Now, in fact, in its 21st year, The Enchanted Arts Show is an annual event that takes place at the Elsie Perrin Williams Estate in London Ontario. Each year, 12 to 15 area artists are selected representing a variety of different skills and working in various materials – glass, wood, metal, pottery, paper, leather and textile. The show takes place from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm, providing the opportunity to meet and speak with these skilled artisans and purchase items from their current work. Join us for a cup of hot cider and an enjoyable shopping experience in a beautiful heritage property!
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Nancy Watson – fibre artist
Bob Gunther combines domestic and exotic hardwoods to craft a variety of personal accessories, including earrings, pendants , hair accents (barrettes, sticks and forks), cufflinks, tie clips, and wearable art pieces. Bowls, spinning tops, twig vases, spurtles spoons and honey dippers are among his larger turned wood objects for the home.
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Meredith Fontaine is an artist and the creator of Crow Road Designs. Meredith works with mixed media to create whimsical sculptures and other 2 and 3 dimensional artworks.
“Jewellery is such a joyful creative expression. The materials such as crystals, pearl, beads, silver and gold are so beautiful, they inspire me to create sculptured earrings, colourful bracelets and pendants that glitter. There is plenty of attention to detail and co-ordination to the patterns and arrangement of each finished piece. Yet, the joy of it all is in wearing the jewellery.“
Home Harmony offers artisan preserves. Crafted in the Forest City from local, sustainable ingredients, and made with love. A large selection of local jams, chutneys, mustards and pickled foods will be available. Great for gifts, or the local food lover!
Kathy will again be featuring tote bags and bobbin lace. The tote bags are handwoven using recycled plastic bags and cotton yarn. The bobbin lace items include bangles, bookmarks and more.
Jean begins with wire and polymer clay, sculpting and then painting face, hands and feet. She then fashions a body and finally a costume, that may be constructed of new or reclaimed fabrics. Found objects help to complere the picture.
Her new Little People include whimsical, pretty little ladies and, goths , and a few sea creatures. Lovely little faces to keep you company.