You’ve left your shopping until the last minute, that doesn’t mean you need to settle for the big box store leftovers. Pick up a stunning stirling collar and cuff, an S.J. Pringle print or browse our one of a kind collections from Beads on Broadway. You are bound to find something special and make yourself the Hero of Last minute Shopping!
It’s hard to remember everything during the holidays. If you find yourself getting ready for a wonderful night out … but forgot to get a hostess gift, we have a great selection, at every price range to help you out! Come downtown and see what you can find!
The snow is falling, the air is crisp, Downtown Orangeville is bright with Christmas lights … it’s almost time to open those gifts under the tree. While Santa may have elves to get all his gifts ready, we have put together our list of 7 Gifts Santa Wishes he was Giving!
Some gifts are spectacular, some are so creative they will make you smile year round … all are unique gifts made by Canadian Artists and Artisans!
Catherine Howard’s ambition is to portray the everyday beauty around us, to draw attention to the minutiae of life, to chase that elusive light, to capture not just a moment, but a part of a story – stories of people and places that can be enjoyed over and over.
The three separate series that I am currently working on are the ever changing and delightful Mill Creek in Orangeville, a narrative story of a fictitious couple, Jack and Anna and also a series portraying my interpretations of scenes from the Narnia books by C. S. Lewis.
Colour is an obsession and Catherine constantly experimenting and learning. Working primarily in acrylics on stretched canvas, many of the paintings are done entirely with a palette knife, some with brush and others with a combination of both.
Finding inspiration all around her, in music, in a favourite book this collection showcases Catherine’s work.
A penny for your thoughts … the one cent piece (penny) was minted from 1858 to 2012. The maple leaf design was used from 1937, except on the 1967 Centennial commemorative penny featuring a special reverse side – a rock dove. It only seems right that we have honoured artist Alex Coville’s design in the Found Art Festival.
Art evokes emotion and in this crazy busy world and Darlene Hassall’s paintings will encourage you to take a moment for yourself. Darlene involves the audience, through use of dimension and texture. To have you want to touch and experience what is happening on the canvas. To pause. To reflect.
Concentrating on landscapes, abstracts and monochromatic painting, her works in predominately acrylic and mixed media. Growing up in Montreal and received her B.F.A. (major in Graphic Design), degree from Sir George Williams University, now known as Concordia University. She went on to pursue a career in business before devoting herself fulltime to painting.
Her paintings are held by private collectors in Ontario, Quebec, and the USA. Darlene currently has a collection on display in Dragonfly Arts on Broadway.
[/raw]Fun and feminine jewellery that feature bright airy designs are Ann’s specialty! Designing and creating her own line of jewellery for over 25 years, we are pleased to offer Ann’s collection of earrings representing and honouring women.
Each pair of earrings are handcrafted using a unique method featuring continuous line wire working. Covering classic to contemporary, silver and colour changing styles this collection is jewellery that celebrates your spirit!
The story leaps from Ron’s images. Spectacular composition, light and ability to capture action elevate his images to fine art photography.
From “aww” to “awe”, Ron’s images evoke a full range of emotions. Whether it’s new born turtles emerging from the nest, majestic trumpeter swans at dawn or the powerful young bull shaking the sleet from his coat … he captures stories that delight and inspire.
Drop in downtown and have a look at Ron’s stunning collection on our feature wall!
What can be better than 1 great artist? 2, of course!
Our Window on Broadway features Sharon Wadsworth Smith on the right window and Lynda Pogue in the left window. Sharon is well known for her still-life and landscapes and she doesn’t disappoint with her “Rockstar” collection. It’s no surprise that Lynda’s New York Solo Exhibition was a great success … her contemporary paintings and use of materials is cutting edge both in Canada and the US. and we have some exciting pieces from her.
Both artists are in the Window on Broadway for a short time only, be sure to stop and see their work while you are downtown.