Our art gallery in Historic Downtown Chatham features over 50 artists and artisans from Southwestern Ontario.
I started pottery with my mom in 1966, who potted right up to her passing in 2007.
Elizabeth began her professional art career in 1993 showing her original acrylic canvas work in juried shows in the Windsor/Essex County area.
Beverly Fish of Fishtale Studios (Wallaceburg) has degrees in both Fine Arts and Education. Her artwork tends to be bright, colourful and full of whimsy.
Charlene began her painting journey in 2003 after attending a local watercolour workshop. She has been painting almost daily ever since! Charlene’s approach to her art is through the eyes of a colourist!
Chris Ford, a Blenheim native, has had the opportunity to live in many exciting cities, which has helped her see life and her art with a slightly different eye.
The fascination with color and drawing began early for Dannielle. She often would spend countless hours coloring as a child on her family farm in Sombra, Ontario.
Digna is from the Philippines and came to Windsor, Ontario 40+ years ago. She knew she had the skill in art since she was in grade school.
Northern-Irish, Dominic has lived in Europe, the U.S. and Canada, where he calls London, Ontario home.
Donna Peltier is a Chatham digital artist who began creating with her fingers on her iPad in 2011 when a workplace injury made it too painful to hold anything.
Windsor is the city Elaine calls home, where she went to school, married, raised her two children, and enjoys her grandsons.
Gerald Veenstra paints animal portraits and landscapes in pastels, watercolours and oil.
Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Guy Williams now lives in Windsor, Ontario with his wife Cathy. .
Heather was born in St. Catharines and moved to Toronto when she was 13. She graduated from Ryerson and began teaching Business at Patterson C.I.
Katherine was introduced to painting at age 1 and has had a passion for painting ever since.
Ken sold his first art at age 11. He knew than that his life would be centered around producing artworks.
Laura, a Chatham artist, enjoys painting animals (especially cats) and wildlife.
Loreen found art later in life and it has become a passion of hers always trying new methods and developing new skills.
MaryLin Howard Photography & Photo-Art
MaryLin Howard Photography is based in Shrewsbury,
I have been a player with, and collector of, action figures since I was a small boy.
Nora Harvey, a fine artist who works in her home studio in Olde Walkerville, Windsor, Ontario, has had a passion for art and design for as long as she can remember.
Phos 3 Photography
Kathryn Parent and Dave Paddick are a husband-wife team who put a great deal of deep thought into their photography.
Rick is the owner of Walkerville Candles and a quaint store in the little town of Essex.
After taking a few lessons in landscape painting and watching numerous videos, I discovered a passion for painting animals. Especially cows! I have discovered in retirement, a whole world of creative possibilities!
Having practised in the arts for numerous years, one sees their work evolve, change and adapt to current times.
Sandy Moon believes every person has a story and through her art, a story is told.
Shawn Skrzek is an alcohol ink artist who has been creating beautiful horizon paintings for the past 3 years.
Generally, a self-taught artist, Sherrie caught the bug for art about 45 years ago.
Having fallen in love with shiny objects as a child, while playing on the beaches of Lake Erie, it was a natural progression that she would enjoy working with beads and stones.
Victor Colley & Mindy Antonyk
Victor was a talented Scroll saw artist who made everything by hand. He used patterns from various sources and as his talents improved, he ordered more elaborate patterns from around the world.
Although I’ve always enjoyed and appreciated unique and different art for much of my adult life, I never in my wildest dreams imagined myself as an artist – until 2005!
Wendy is a self taught artist who likes to express lifes beauty through colour on canvas
After 40+ years as a professional Bodyman Painter, Yvon found himself out of work thanks to the COVID-19 virus.