Ot­ter­ville stu­dio tours re­turn

The Delhi News-Record - - NEWS -

The an­nual Wel­come Back to Ot­ter­ville stu­dio tour will be held Nov. 17 and 18.

Artists in the com­mu­nity open their stu­dio doors to ex­hibit their orig­i­nal art, pho­tog­ra­phy, jew­elry, art cards and orig­i­nal mixed me­dia pieces as well as bird houses and en­graved items.

Ralph Moore & Sons spe­cial­ize in bird­seed and seed mix­tures. They of­fer a va­ri­ety of bird feed­ers in­clud­ing Droll Yan­kee, Squir­rel Buster, Perky Pet, Pineb­ush, Go­ing Green, Chapel­wood, and some hand­crafted by lo­cal artists.

Tammy Gould does cre­ative laser en­grav­ing. She cre­ates unique gift ideas on wood, acrylic, glass and cot­ton. Her home stu­dio is on Main Street in Ot­ter­ville.

Jil­lian and Kaleb Driedger, own­ers of In Bloom De­signs, cre­ate hand­made bright and earthy jew­elry. Their de­signs fea­ture beau­ti­ful gem­stones and mixed met­als along with ex­otic and re­cy­cled woods.

Sue Goossens and Mae Leonard are pro­fes­sional artists com­pelled to cre­ate with com­pletely dif­fer­ent styles – artists who wel­come you into their home studios to share their pas­sion.

Goossens has a large col­lec­tion of wa­ter­colours both on pa­per and can­vas. Her sub­jects rep­re­sent scenes from north­ern On­tario, Bri­tish Columbia and vi­sions from her trip to Scot­land.

Leonard puts her whole imag­i­na­tive spirit into her acrylic paint­ings.

The stu­dio tours will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days. The studios that will be open to the pub­lic for the tour will be marked with yel­low flags.

Maps are avail­able on­line at Wel­come Back To Ot­ter­ville web­site, or pick up a post­card at lo­cal busi­nesses.


Sue Goossens and Eileen Arthur at Ralph Moore’s and Sons store dis­play art­work avail­able on the Wel­come Back to Ot­ter­ville Stu­dio Tour.

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