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Richard Mund – Potter

For the past 22 years Richard’s focus has been on making decorated functional pottery.  When he is creating, he tries to make the surface feel fresh and rich in colour.  His pieces are intended to be used in a domestic environment so he keeps forms generally simple while being considerate of weight, attention to detail […]

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Mary Philpott – Verdant Tile

Mary Philpott is a graduate Sheridan College, University of Guelph and MacMaster University. Her pottery, sculpture and tile work has been exhibited, collected and published internationally. She lives and works in Uxbridge, Ontario. Mary’s work is inspired by the work of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts movement. Her work reflects the Flora and […]

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Rosebank Studios

The sculptor behind Rosebank studios was Peter Buerschaper.  Peter is known for being a wildlife artist, drawing, painting, graphic design,  and was an art department head and curator at the Royal Ontario Museum.  Peter traveled the world acquiring items for the museum. His travels also inspired the sculptor in him. After his retirement he began […]

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Cindy & Kevin Hope – Crosswind Farm

Building on a long family tradition of farming, buoyed by years of practical experience in the dairy industry (Kevin) and years of operations and marketing experience (Cindy), it was a natural choice to start their own family farm operation; a dairy goat farm just 15 minutes east of Peterborough, in Keene, Ontario. In 2006 the […]

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Andrew Wingrove – Bee by the Sea

Bee By The Sea Natural Products was founded in 2008 by Andrew Wingrove, in Ontario, Canada. Their story is unique because the product concept did not originate from either a chemist’s lab or from cosmeticians.  Their products exist today because of a chance discovery of an herb – Sea Buckthorn (hippophae rhamnoides) that Andrew encountered […]

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Tanya Fowlds – Practical design cooling ties

Heat Guard

Established in 1998, Tanya Fowlds has established a very successful business in B.C.   Here slogan is “Practical Design – Home of the original Heat Guard Cooling Tie. Manufacturing personal cooling products for people and pets since 1998!”   These cooling ties are soaked in water for 20-30 minutes. During that time the special crystals […]

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Reclaimed Print

Reclaimed Print is committed to offering quality artworks & home decor products using locally sourced & sustainable wood. They are proud to be 100% Canadian designed and made. We carry their wooden coasters with images of a fisherman, a hockey player, a lumberjack and a lumberjill. We have also had some custom images made into […]

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Dogwood Letterpress – Lisa and Sean

Dogwood Letterpress is located in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. They create their greet card designs with real people in mind, and with the intention of inspiring people to connect with friends, colleagues and loved ones with hand-written notes. Vintage letterpress printing is hand-fed, one by one. They use a combination of hand-carved linocuts, photopolymer plates, […]

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Richard Mund – Potter

For the past 22 years Richard Munds focus has been on making decorated functional pottery.  When he is creating, he tries to make the surface feel fresh and rich in colour.  His pieces are intended to be used in a domestic environment so he keep forms generally simple while being considerate of weight, attention to […]

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