See Vendor List 2013 Below
When: August 10-11, 2013
Time: 10am - 4 pm
Venue: Park at Community Centre
Contact: Nancy at (705) 767-2372 firstname.lastname@example.org
Over 80 artisans featuring unique hand crafted items.
Baysville Arts and Crafts Festival ... Since 1987
The Baysville Riverfront Group will host the 27th Arts & Crafts festival in Baysville, Ontario on August 10- 11, 2013. It is a two day outdoor event featuring unique and original artisans from all over Ontario.
In 1987 Richard (Dick) Robinson organized the first event. Eight vendors participated in the show. It was held behind the present Liquor Store which was Maggie’s Restaurant at the time. It remained at this locale for one year and then moved to the arena due to inclement weather. The following year the decision was made to relocate the show to Centennial Park, rain or shine, with the number of vendors increasing to 34. In 2001 the Riverfront Group began organizing the festival as a major fund raising event with the proceeds being used to support the community. Cathy Racine coordinated the event from 2001 – 2011.
In 2011 bridge construction created challenges for the festival, resulting in the necessity to transfer the venue to the Community/Library Park. The decision to remain at this setting was decided after the completion of the bridge. It rendered Centennial Park non accessible for the vendors.
We have 84 artisans participating in our 2013 festival. Our vendors are exceptional and creative. All are required to generate handcrafted items “Made in Canada”.
Specialities of art include fabric (sewing, embroidery, quilting, rugs, home decor) , wool, glass, wood, string, paper (gift cards, books) , metal, stone, leather, pottery, painting and drawings (canvas, wood, metal, ceramic, in multiple medias), wax, bath & beauty, photography, gourmet delights, jewellery (silver, pearls, beads, gem stones, wrapped etc) recycled art, floral, and misc creations. There is something for everyone including women’s and unisex clothing designs, fashion accessories and Muskoka and Christmas themes. Our gallery of artists will be posted on the website in May. Visit us at “www.baysvilleriverfront.ca” for details.
Admission to the festival is by donation with the proceeds going to the Baysville Horticultural Society. There is plenty of parking and a playground for the little ones (unsupervised). In addition food is available for purchase.
A special thank you is extended to the vendors, friends, and the Riverfront committee for their support in helping me to organize this year’s event. Also thanks to Michael Woodside (Braemore Pond Studio) and Richard Robinson (Original Oils) for designing our signage.
Please come and support our community. The Baysville Riverfront Group supports the building of and the maintaining of the infrastructure along the Riverfront, including walkways, docks, lighting and seating. In addition, donations are directed to support various community organizations and projects.
If you have questions or comments you may contact me, Nancy Van Geytenbeek, Festival/Vendor Co-ordinator, at 705 – 767 – 2372 or email me at email@example.com.
Mark the dates ... August 10 – 11th ( 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Bayville Riverfront Group proudly presents our Exhibitors participating in the Baysville Arts and Craft Festival August 10th and 11th 2013
A-Designs Ornament Co. Wong Alan and Alsa
Handmade unique and affordable jewellery for all ages and all genders.
Algonquin South Trading Co. Hobbs, Phil and Bonnie
Fine leather goods. Men’s and women’s hats one of kind creations. All are finished with an eye to detail and superior quality.
Alicia Wishart Wishart, Alicia
Vividly coloured, whimsical animal paintings.
Art Space Ding, Tina
The hours when the mind is absorbed by beauty are the hours when we are truly alive. I paint the joy of living, which at the same time brings happiness, peace and delight to those who look at my work. From the countries that I have travelled I draw inspiration from subject matter from objective facts and real scenery, forming an artistic response to create images, which are both lyrical and contextual.
ATHENA CREATIONS McBride, Stephanie
Children's beach covers and bath mitts; adult, child and baby bibs; adult and child
aprons; pillows and pillowcases; one-of-a-kind table runners and lap quilts; small gifts
BaggyPants Stevens, Suzanne
The whole family will love to wear their own baggypants. Whether you’re a tiny new born or XXl, one of our 13 sizes will fit you. Fun fabrics in 100% cotton flannel or cool cottons, They are the best cottage wear 100% Muskoka made by me “Suzanne Stevens”
Bearpaw Jewellery Jessen, Peter and Mi-Shell
Hand crafted jewellery made out of sterling silver, brass, copper, shell, beads, crystals, leather, fur, feathers, bone, antler, wood, semi-precious stones. We create pendants, bracelets, earrings, brooches, pins, rings, necklaces, shamanic pieces. Most of our designs celebrate the grace and beauty of wild animals . Others attempt to capture the spiritual essence of what it is to be human. Then there are those, that show the process of transformation from animal to Spirit to human - or back, that is so often the focus of native myth, world mythology, lore and legends. We make our jewellery right here in our home near Fraserburg, outside of Bracebridge.
Big Ass Garlic Jones, James and Janice
Featuring a temping, bountiful variety of classic, traditional condiments and Ontario braids all expertly hand crafted in Muskoka/Haliburton for over 20 years.
Braemore Pond Studio Woodside, Michael
Original Muskoka landscapes in several media (i.e. oil, watercolour, pen and ink) Special emphasis on heritage buildings. Sizes range from 6” X 8” to 24” X 30”. A card rack (including art cards based on original artwork ) is included in the display.
Bran View Stables Goulding, Mike and Kim
100% handmade wool products such as blankets, ponchos, sweaters, socks and hats.
Breller Books Messer, Wendel
Idea novels of distinction. The latest is Farmers Market, a murder mystery/ exposé
bumblebee jewelry Flynn, Katherine
So pretty it stings! Bumblebee jewelry is fresh, striking and entirely timeless. For the woman seeking more than generic, mass-made pieces, bumblebee is truly one of a kind. Design is everything, with customization on site. Like a ring that’s not in your size? Katherine will make one for you on the spot. Like those earrings but don’t have pierced ears? She will convert them to clip ons for you. Adorn your hair with bumblebee’s unique ’ hair jewelry’, try a necklace that you can also wear as a belt … earrings, rings, bracelets, anklets and more.
Come visit bumblebee for some of the prettiest jewelry around.
Canadian Shield Granite Moore, Christine and Gil
Unique art and artisan products made of Muskoka granite.
Carole Ann’s Art work Thur, Carole Ann
Acrylic painting done in a combination of impressionistic and realistic style on wooden products such as replica paddles, welcome signs, boxes, etc. and on canvas. Mostly Muskoka-themed. Commissioned artwork also done upon request.
Catajjen Markel, Allen
Hand crafted wood products, created from hard and softwoods, local and exotics. Include bone, shell, coral, nut and recycled ivory as decorative accents. All inlays are hand made. Usual finish is oil and wax. Urethane is sometimes applied
Clearwater Soap Weishar, Sheila
Handmade Products. Soap – premium glycerine, lake friendly, free of SLS and parabens. Lotions – excellent absorption, delicate blend of six ingredients. Soy Canales – biogradeable, cotton wick, virtually no soot. Bath balms and salts – soothing combination of Epsom and sea salts.
Comfee Living Benson, Kerri-Lee
Comfee cushions offer massage on demand! Vibration increases blood flow and oxygen to the muscles, helping your body to release tension/stress. Great from head to feet! Use in the car, home, office or patio.
Cook’s Gourmet Cook, Dave and Sandy
Cook’s Gourmet is a gourmet food producer. We make gourmet food for everyday and entertaining. Great for appetizers, BBQ, pasta and rice dishes. Products are vegetarian/vegan, gluten-free and/or sugar-free. We sell Tapenade, Tapas, Stuffed olives, Culinary sauces, Herb blends, Infused Olive oil and Balsamic Vinegar
Curlew Linens Daniel, Kate
Table linens and accessories
Deb’s Designs Toner, Deb / McLaren, Bev
Handmade jewellery from swarovski crystals, semi precious stones ,and manufactured glass beads , wire work. Children’s birthstone line. Brooches from zippers, neck ties and old felted sweaters.
D&K Crafters Meredith, Dave and Kathy
Handcrafted Muskoka furniture ( tables, muskoka chairs etc.)
Dream Weavers Kane, Marilyn
We present Swedish Weaving which is a 17th Century craft, regaining popularity in our area. The fabric used is Monk’s cloth which is 100% cotton, pre-shrunk by us to enable our customers to wash and dry on the gentle cycles. We hand weave patterns onto the Monk’s cloth, creating amazing designs on blankets and table runners. Blankets take approximately 60 – 100 hours to complete, depending on the complexity of the pattern. We take special orders and offer classes from the Hamilton area.
Elizabeth Block Potter and Craftswoman Block, Elizabeth www.elizabethblockpottery.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheel thrown porcelain in a wide range of functional items. Elegant, tasteful, sophisticated, designed never to go out of style. Specialty: images of Canadian animals and birds.
Floral Fantasies by Olga Butch, Olga
Hand-wrapped wreaths with floral and/or beads. Silk and/or dried floral arrangements.
Gelmania Pasto, Lana
The home of the reusable candle. The perfect gift for any occasion.
Gerry Woodcraft Mongeau, Gerald
Hand crafted wooden transport and machine toys.
Go-pher-it Embroidery Van Geytenbeek, Pat/Nancy
Go-pher-it Embroidery resides in the heart of Muskoka . We have been providing high quality embroidery products since 2009. For most items, cotton is the material of choice. All the material is per-washed (pre-shrunk) prior to being made into the final product. Madeira rayon thread is used for all embroidery. This provides a pleasing lustre and sheen and finishes very well. Our products include accent pillows, towels, placemats, aprons, assorted hats, beach totes pictures and more. Muskoka and Christmas themes. In addition a line of hand crafted wood folk art - welcome signs, home and cottage décor.
Gridley's Handmade Soap and Sauve, Michele
Bodycare Products email@example.com
Gridley’s is located in Woodville, Ontario and sells handmade soaps, bodycare, herbal and aromatherapy products. We carry both all natural and vegan products as well as whimsical fragrance scented products. Gift sets also available. Check out our soaps, moisturizers, bath soaks, salt scrubs and more on our web site.
Harwood Water Craft Harwood, Mark
Mark is a custom boat builder who builds small wooden boats (row boats, canoes and sailboats)
Hide and Seek Creative Services Danielson, Lana
Leather products made individually by hand with a very distinctive look, quality and endurance
Inner Soul Art Vasquez, David
Oil paintings on canvas with palette knife
Johnathan Bullock Pottery Bullock, Johnathan
Wheel- thrown, hand-carved stoneware. All glazes made from minerals. Functional wares, garden sculptures, floral Ikebana (floral arrangements)
John’s Chainsaw Carving Thomas, John firstname.lastname@example.org
Chainsaw carved bears, and other wild life. Hand carved totem poles and native masks. Bark carving and various soapstone carvings of different soapstone. Chainsaw/hand carved welcome signs and personal signs to order.
Joyce Butler – Pottery and Photography Butler, Joyce
Mugs, bowls, spoon rest, toothbrush holders, vases, soap dishes, animals. All in popular colours. Also photographs.
Karen Hunter Designer Hunter, Karen
Karen’s handcrafted jewellery is very colourful and fun. She works with sterling silver, semi-precious stones and niobium, a very rare pure metal which is naturally hypoallergenic and when anodized produces a rainbow of colours. Karen graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1985, from the Design department.
KarensRopeWork Conabeare, Karen
Karen makes creative nautical home décor and gifts with rope.
Karen Wilson Handbags Wilson, Karen
Vintage inspired textile and leather handbags.
Karizma Dean, Karla
Assorted fashion bead jewellery
La Glasserie Nada, Asem
Glass Art - Hand blown ornaments, pens, candle holders, animal figures, perfume bottles
Lathe-Works Muskoka Quinton, Ryan
Wood turning – bowls, serving platters, cheese boards, Lazy Susan’s, cutting boards and other items from high quality wood found in Ontario.
Mark’s Muskoka Maple Lupton, Mark and Hazel
Maple products - syrup, butter, candies and other maple delights.
My Moon Phase Cyr, Renée
We create pewter and photograph based jewellery pieces surrounding the phases of the moon and the astrological connotations surrounding the moon itself. An interesting look into the specific implications of the Moon’s position on particular dates, for example your birth date. What phase were you born in and what does it mean?
Muskoka Lakehouse Furniture Hurley, Jamie
Hand built traditional unique rustic twig products using hand picked local native trees. Imaginative works of art. Mirrors, signs, toys, Some products incorporate local eclectic cottage articles within the art of tree’s.
Muskoka Marquetry Verbonac, Brian
My plaques are unique … I re-use century Muskoka barn board often paired with various exotic woods selected entirely for their colour and grain characteristics. My intent is to provide an item from Muskoka that depicts our remarkable area.
Natures Image by Dave Gordon Gordon, Dave
Watercolour Art – Originals and prints framed and matted only.
Nine Star Designs Blanchette , Andy
Custom crafted rugs professionally crafted and are carved/sculptured to enhance pattern and design.
Northbound Elements Guman, Ryan & Britnell, Isaac
Metal art and home and cottage décor.
Oils and Images White, Lynne, email@example.com
Photographic images of Muskoka, Algonquin Park and beyond. Available framed, on canvas or card
Olio Studio Ruck, Jannis
Organic and natural fiber clothing and hats.
Out of Ruins Proulx, Diane
Recycled of wooden windows are salvaged from landfill sites and used as a canvass to create unique one of a kind Glass Art Windows. These windows are all made individually with 2- 3 kiln firings. We also reclaim and recycle all glass remnants into glass tables and sculptures.
Paula`s Handcrafted Jewellery Robertson, Paula
Over 300 original designs. Braided with stone, glass and wood beads. Items include earrings, bracelets anklets and necklaces.
Pearl Girls Forsyth, Kristine
Fresh water pearls with necklaces, bracelets, earrings and sets. Sets in both classics, new look and colours.
Pet Creations Dillon, Gale
Unique products that cannot be found in pet stores. Pet creations, pet clothing and accessories. Products for pets, dog coats, embroidered bandannas, catnip toys and more. We love pets!!!
Photo Letters Corso, Noemi
Photographs of objects found in architecture and nature that resembled letters of the Alphabet. Then using the letters to spell any word/name you love.
Raggedy Dolls and Clowns by Liz Clarke, Elizabeth (Liz)
Raggedy Ann, Andy Dolls in 3 sizes; 15”, 20” 25”. Ann has calico print dress with apron and panties. Andy has blue pants and red gingham shirt. Clowns are 20” with bright coloured outfits. Ann and Andy have embroidered heart saying “I Love you”
Ripples Naturals Verrier, Angela
Cold Process Goat milk soap – plain and felted , Polished river rock soap dish, Beeswax candles
Seamless wet felted mitts
Rita White White, Rita
Mixed media using art glass, recycled and natural material depicting nature and landscapes
Rock “n” Hilly Craft Studio Sly, Michelle
Unique Home made gifts, made from fabric ... aprons (adults and child), bags, Bear baby blankets, bibs, chair cushions, oven door towels, pillows, placements (reversible), Pot holders, toaster covers (2 & 4 slice) tea cosies, totes (large variety of carry on), rocking chair cushion sets.
Ron Leach Soapstone Leach, Ron
Soapstone and alabaster carvings.
Roothams Gourmet Preserves Maclean, Joanne
Gourmet jellies, jams, chutneys, dipping sauces, marinades and salad dressings.
Shaman’s Rock Communications Poling, Jim, Sr.
Soft and hardcover books written by the author and published by major Canadian publishers. Main titles to be exhibited include: Tom Thomson: the Life and Mysterious Death of the Famous Canadian Painter; Bears in the Birdfeeders: A Cottage Life at Shaman’s Rock; The Canoe: An Illustrated History; Lights in Dark Forests: North Country Stories (fiction); Smoke Signals: The native Takeback of the North American Tobacco Industry.
Spicemills.ca Seidman, Irwin and Susan
The perfect combination of art and function . . . Spicemills.ca designs and creates ﬁne quality hand made spice mills, spice funnels and spice bowls (along with our fragrant and ﬂavourful hand blended peppercorns). Each piece is individually crafted in our Owen Sound studio by professional turner and mill maker Irwin Seidman using only the ﬁnest domestic and exotic hardwoods, and hand buffed to a soft sheen using the best quality earth friendly wood ﬁnishes. Beyond the ﬁne craftsmanship and beautiful design is an authentic CrushGrind™ ceramic mechanism. This makes every Spicemills.ca mill ideal for grinding peppercorns, salt or spices.
Stan W Tait Jewellery Tait, Stan W.
Stan W. Tait is a renowned Canadian Jewellery designer who has been creating classic, contemporary Sterling Silver Jewellery since 1974. While honoring the traditions of individual craftsmanship, his timeless designs incorporate clean flowing lines, harmony, balance and form - resulting in individual pieces that fit the body and satisfy the soul. Known for his “Inukshuk Collection” ,“The Muskoka Pine Tree Collection” and “The Angel Pendant”, plus many other classic pieces worn by satisfied customers around the world.
Stone House Studio Designs Spinks, Sandra
Chic and unique Greeting cards. Aprons, tote bags, and cushions featuring vintage graphics.
Susanne’s Rag Rugs Farncombe, Susanne
Hand made rag rugs. Can be machine washed and dried. Sizes range from 29” to over 5 feet.
The Creative Side Sedore, Laura / Plante, Remi
Hand crafted rustic garden benches, canoe shelves, small and large tables, bird and bat houses, planters, rod holders, foot stools
The Flower Touch Kuehlem, Eva
Pressed Flower pictures some with sayings decorated with flowers and others are all flowers only and pressed flower soaps (flowers do not wash off).
The Village Potter Muskoka Newell, Mary Ruth
The Village Potter offers a complete range of wood-fired functional stoneware. Made to be used everyday in your home and cottage.
U.V. Hats & Accessories Dennison, Bob and Sandra
100% handmade designer reversible hats and purses with fine Italian ribbon scarves.