Art Market At The Farmers’ Market In Withrow Park

Artists At The Withrow Park Farmers’ Market – Saturday, September 13th, 9am-1pm – Event
Art Market At Withrow Park Farmers' Market

Art Market At Withrow Park Farmers’ Market

Participating in the Art Market this Saturday :

 

Catherine Thomas : The Woodlot

Catherine Thomas is a multimedia artist working with clay and reclaimed wood. Her vessel forms include both abstract and functional work, flower vases, drinking cups and bowls and small containers for cherished objects. She also makes reclaimed and found object birdhouses and wood sculptures. Catherine fires her work in a cross draft wood kiln outside of Toronto

Lynn Heath

“I have worked and played with clay for many years now. I studied in Montreal, the Eastern Townships and Toronto. I have fired with gas and electricity and have experimented with saggar and raku firing. However, functional pottery is really what I am all about. I am inspired when I hear that someone used my goblets for their wedding ceremony, or when they tell me that they start off each day reaching for their favourite mug – the one that guarantees that the day will go well, or when someone bakes apples, from the Heath orchard, of course, in one of the my baking dishes. It is very exciting. This is what clay is all about, it has been for ever and continues to be so for me”. Website : Lynn Heath

Janet Potter :  Mixed Media. Toronto, Ontario and Canada landscapes. Printmaking, textiles and art books

Janet is a Professional Mixed Media Artist who has exhibited her Art Works across Canada and the USA. She is recognized for her Artistic Mixed Media Creations using various mediums, recycle materials and her various process of Japanese Washi Paper. She has also received and International Award for her Japanese Washi Paper Art in the 208 Toronto, Washi Paper Summit plus has one Art Book currently exhibiting in the Maritime Museum in Halifax, N.S. and two Art Books in the Brooklyn Library Art Museum. Janet is currently a Co-Curator for the Member Exhibits at the Women’s Art Association of Canada and an active member of the Artist Network of Riverdale. Website : Janet Potter

Johanne Bartell : Handmade by Johanne

Returning to Withrow Park Farmer’s Market with her hand knit hats. The hats have been popular at St. Jacobs Market, the Leslieville Flea, the Barns Art Market, and various other venues since Johanne’s appearance at Withrow, last September. Any time of year these hats have been sold to people with certain tastes, favourite colours, and for different reasons. See photo below!

Luisa Perez Colby : Little gems by Luisa

A hobby that turned into a small business. A home maker and mother of two, Luisa has been creating and designing jewelry for the past ten years. She has also incorporated accessories such as purses, key chains and aprons to her designs. She takes pride in each piece and loves to see how clients love their acquisition.  Email Luisa Perez Colby at : littlegemsbyluisa@gmail.com

Barbara Lewis : Two Willows Art Studio
Hand painted glassware from glass objects sourced from flea markets and second had stores made into user friendly artful pieces.
Barb Lewis is the owner of B&E Restoration that restores ceramics and antique china. She works for the Artists’ Network, a not-for-profit organization that helps visual artists with their business practice. Barb also helps to organize the Withrow Art Market (WAM) events that happen several times during the market season.  Email Barbara Lewis at : b.showlerlewis@sympatico.ca

Join us, and support your local artists!

The Withrow Park Farmers’ Market – Saturday, September 13th, 9am to 1pm

Hand Made By Joanne - Withrow Park Farmers' Market

Hand Made By Joanne – Withrow Park Farmers’ Market

The bird house

The bird house

 

Thank you, to our community in Riverdale and all our market supporters.

The Withrow Park Farmers’ Market arrives fresh every Saturday, 9am / 1pm, rain or shine!
We are located in the northeast corner of Withrow Park, 1 block south of Danforth Ave., between Carlaw and Logan, in Toronto’s Riverdale neighbourhood.

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