Artists' Showcase by Location
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Highland Winds Studio
1524 Ursa Road, Gooderham
Sepia Drawings and Oil Paintings
705-447-2245 - Studio
905-271-5671 - Home
Chuck Lewis is a self-taught artist with 40 years experience, has a studio in Mississauga as well as in Highlands East
His work is displayed Nationally and Internationally. He has been featured in the publication "The Artists of Algonquin" as well as "Haliburton Highlands". Chuck works primarily in oils and detailed ink drawings supplemented with watercolours.
Large format detailed nature study of plants in their environment. Mixed mediums: printing, silk screen, etchings, acrylic on canvas, portraits and nature studies.
Fernando Diaz de Leon Rendon
Originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, I consider myself a dynamic, happy, and experimental artist with a drive for curiosity. Currently, my artwork focuses on nature. This is based on a traditional Mexican art form known as Repujado, a technique of embossing on aluminum, copper, stainless steal, brass and pewter. As a Mexican-Canadian artist, I have adopted some of my cultural traditions and bonded these two cultures into creating pieces of art that are inspired by the natural beauty of Canada.
Follow the 'Marigold Trail.' Have fun at our ‘Free-to-Create' table. Sip refreshing tea. Enjoy my original paintings inspired by nature and world travel. Find a garden treasure.
Studio / Mobile: Art Lessons, Expressive Arts Workshops. Gift Certificates available.
Samantha Vanderwyst paints in acrylic ink on reclaimed wood and also ink/watercolor on paper. She uses the homesteading life she has created and the surrounding forest with all of its flora and fauna as the inspiration for her paintings. Her work can be described as spirited and illustrative with a rich botanical influence and a great attention to detail. Strong black line work is a common theme.
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