Tricia Webster – Fabric Sculptor
Trish Webster is a sculptor living in Claremont, Ontario with her husband and two children. Fabric Sculptures are impervious to the elements and can be left outside all year round or brought inside to enjoy. It is the ultimate in upcycling, created to enjoy and use as a compliment to the natural elements of your garden. The material used is reclaimed items like cotton, tree bark, moss, wood and burlap.
Jasmine Rutschmann – Metal Artist
Jasmine creates her sculpture starting with 100% recycled materials. Carving out nature scenes and floral designs on found objects such as old shovel heads, wheelbarrows, metal umbrella tables and saws, these re-purposed materials have served as very unique canvases to showcase her art.
Leslie Middleton – Glass Artist
Working in a multitude of colours, Leslie brings her fused glass creations to life in garden decorations and stakes. She takes her inspiration from the natural world, featuring the flora and fauna of Ontario`s ecosystems and her own garden.
Saundra Reiner – Clay Sculptor
Saundra Reiner is Toronto born and raised. A graduate of the Fine Art Programme at the University of Toronto, she has been working with clay for over 40 years. She continues to study new techniques, teach workshops and participate in exhibitions. Her whimsical yet functional pieces are a delight to home and garden.
Jeff Baker – Woodworking & Furniture
Jeff Baker is committed to producing premium one-of-a-kind products made with sustainable and reclaimed materials. Tables and functional artwork made with traditional joinery, combining wood, metal and glass, create unique feature furniture for home and commercial environments.