"All BST artists welcome your interest and can arrange visits throughout the year. Please contact the artists directly to make an appointment."
Master weaver & knitter
9 Banfield St.
Uniquely designed hand woven and knitted items made from natural bers
35, Jane St.
Woolscapes, original felted paintings by Jennifer Budd, are inspired by Jennifer’s homeland of Scotland. Each Woolscape is lovingly created with natural fibres. They are inspired by the beauty and hope that Jennifer encounters in everyday life.
The multifaceted colour and texture of the fibres offer a richness and vibrancy that makes each piece truly unique.
original printmaker, painter
145 Hillside Ave.
Ralph is a visual artist focused on original printmaking using the traditional techniques of hand-cut wood blocks or etchings, which are hand-pulled in his studio.
In his art, he enters into a visual discussion of our local environment and landscapes as he explores and reflects on his rural and urban surroundings. He finds life, hope, change, and beauty in our still present living landscapes and places that over time can slip away and disappear so easily.
33 Beverly St. East
St. George, Ontario
I enjoy finding and using complex patterns in nature to create abstract acrylic paintings.
oil and watercolour
30 St. Andrew St.
I aim to create a point of harmony and peace, a breathing space in our busy lives. As a landscape artist, I paint what catches my attention, either a place that takes my breath away, or the opposite - a place to catch my breath, and as to be expected, they often coincide. I hope that with my work I give others a second chance to look closer and appreciate that which is out there for all to see, but passed by only too quickly.
Holly O. (Ounapuu)
16 Charlotte St.
For over 25 years Holly has delighted in creating art from her Paris art studio. Her love of all things colourful is portrayed in her exuberant acrylic paintings. "It always thrills me to capture the essence of a subject - whether it is a field of wild flowers or an interesting local landmark..."
Kim and Steve Prokopowich
contemporary housewares & furniture
772 Governors Rd.E.
Crafted with purpose and beautiful simplicity using concrete, hardwood, steel and glass, Studio50 creates contemporary housewares and furniture, each with their own story and clever design. We are inspired by the timeless philosophy of sustainability, a reverence for quality materials, and pieces that inspire experiences.
Thomas Stewart Robertson
mixed media, sculpting
53 Dumfries St.
Each work I undertake is an invitation to experiment with colour, texture, form, and light in order to ignite passion, challenge perspectives and stimulate the imagination of the viewers.
Through art I hope to encourage my viewers to explore the breadth, length, depth and height of their own being, and the mysteries of life.
5 William St.
The jewellery and objects I make are influenced by the visual and tactile experiences of the world around me. Textures, colours and shapes found in nature and architecture inspire the design process and are incorporated into my work.
Precious and ferrous metal clay in combination with vitreous enamel, sterling silver and copper are the materials currently being used. I often include natural and found objects as well as accents of gold.