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Artists and Artisans

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Talli Brignall

Talli Brignall

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Thomas Brignall

Thomas Brignall

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Brenda Byrne

Brenda Byrne

Brenda started painting small rocks for her granddaughters, friends and family. More than 200 rocks later, she discovered paint pouring by watching YouTube videos and learned techniques such as Dutch pours, flip cups, ring pours and pour & spins.

Margaret Dawson

Margaret Dawson

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Arlene Dobson

Arlene Dobson

Five years ago, ArIene went to a wood carving seminar at a wood show. She was hooked! Arlene bought carving tools, and bass wood was given to her. She lets the wood talk to her and every carving is different and unique.

Jadran Drljevic

Jadran Drljevic

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Sherry Gardner

Sherry Gardner

Poet and artisan, Sherry's interests lay in Native American designs, Medieval artistry, Eastern European bead weaving, wire wrapping, and weaving as a form of sculpture.

Karen Gerard

Karen Gerard

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Heather Georgiou

Heather Georgiou

Heather is completely self-taught, except for a few courses while taking the interior design course. Much of her work depicts nature and women within the "Mother Universe" ideal.

Vicky Giroux (in  memoriam)

Vicky Giroux (in memoriam)

Visual artist, Vicky was a secondary school mathematics teacher, with a lifelong love of arts and crafts. She began with watercolour painting and also enjoyed painting with acrylic on canvas. You can find her art in several galleries in the area.

Judy Glendenning

Judy Glendenning

Judy paints natural landscapes and events of the Earth. These depictions are represented in image form from her paintings. They take place in Canada, the United States of America, and Europe.

Debbie Kay

Debbie Kay

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Thom Kilts

Thom Kilts

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Albin Kristy (in memoriam)

Albin Kristy (in memoriam)

Albin was a native Windsorite. A project of his was to capture the city of Windsor and its surrounding areas with ink drawings and oil or acrylic paintings.

Denis Marier

Denis Marier

Nature and wildlife have fascinated Denis Marier since childhood. This deep love for the natural world led him to become a naturopathic doctor, ecopsychologist, and wilderness therapy guide. Denis uses various weight graphite in his detailed pencil drawings.

Debbie Mazar

Debbie Mazar

Painter and artisan, Debbie, now retired from Green Shield Canada, has rekindled her love of art, finding joy in painting using acrylic and watercolours, and usually has a story to tell behind each picture.

Christina McGlynn

Christina McGlynn

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Ally Moceri

Ally Moceri

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Joseph Ouellette

Joseph Ouellette

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Lina Pataq

Lina Pataq

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Michelle Plunkett

Michelle Plunkett

Michelle is an acrylic fluid artist and has been using this medium for over 10 years.

Danielle St-Jean

Danielle St-Jean

Glass artist, Danielle has been fusing glass, experimenting, learning, sharing, and teaching to glass enthusiasts since 2011.

Marlene Scott

Marlene Scott

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Norm Stangl

Norm Stangl

Upon retirement, Norm discovered the ancient world of lampwork, the process of melting and manipulating glass forms. Norm has established a small local artisan studio called ollo in Windsor, Ontario.

Shireen Stangl

Shireen Stangl

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Adele Steinberg

Adele Steinberg

Artisan, Adele's love for dancing influenced her whimsical art and "Blast from the Past" is her up-cycled clothing line.

Laurel Storey

Laurel Storey

Visual artist, Laurel stumbled across the wonderful world of Zentangle one serendipitous day in June 2013, and it was love at first sight. Laurel completed her training with the Zentangle founders and became the first Certified Zentangle Teacher in Windsor.

Diane Tomkins Clark

Diane Tomkins Clark

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Theresa Tremblay

Theresa Tremblay

Visual artist, Theresa was always doodling and drawing, and wanted to learn painting. She had the opportunity to attend the arts program at the University of Windsor, where she obtained her BA in Visual Arts. Theresa has worked in all medium. It has become a passion for her.

Emerita Urquhart

Emerita Urquhart

Emerita fell in love with the way that beeswax medium can be manipulated into a variety of textures and effects. She is just scratching the surface and is happy to be a member of WAC.

Alice Welsh

Alice Welsh

Alice learned to make pottery on the wheel with her mother, Janice, in 1966, and has been going to pot ever since. Almost all of Alice's work is made on the potter’s wheel, using mid-range stoneware clay.