View/Download the Official 2014 Northumberland Hills Studio Tour

Visit the
Artists of Northumberland
In rural areas, directions provided from the nearest county road.
In Cobourg and Port Hope, please refer to the town maps.
Everywhere else, follow the studio tour signs with the blue hills logo.
13.Elizabeth Vercoe – painter, mixed media
Elizabeth’s intuitive use of bold colour and line
embrace spontaneity. Unrestricted by subject or
medium, her paintings are an eclectic mix of painterly
realism to abstract play.
Go N. on Cty. Rd. #10 to Cty. Rd. #9 (Ganaraska
Road). Turn left [W.] through town of Garden Hill to Beech Hill Rd.
Turn left [S.] to # 7228
(905) 373-3661
www.elizabethvercoe.ca
2. Michiko Nakamura – ceramic artist
Michiko’s sculpture and ornamental pieces integrate
inspiration from nature through a holistic, collaborative
approach between the clay, fire and herself.
From Cty. Rd. 28 go west on 5th Line and north on Knoxville Rd. to
#6360 at the top of the hill.
(905) 885-0193
www.claymichiko.wordpress.com
3. Pamela Tate (The Tate gallery) – painter
Current works explore the nature of relationships
through dynamic movement, stillness, generous support and intimate trust.
From #401 exit 461, go N. to flashing light at Welcome.
Continue straight for 2.5 km.; turn left onto Massey Rd.
First house on left, #4599 .
(905) 753-2187
www.pamelatate.ca
3A. Susan McDonald (Practically Potty Studio) – potter
Susan is a clay artisan experimenting with color
and form. Work ranges from functional to fine art,
and studio work reflects broad interests.
A few of her new "Gate series" will also be available.
From Cty. Rd.10 go W on 4th Line to #4166 at the
corner with Kellogg Rd.
(905) 753-2731
www.practicallypotty.com
4. Phill & Sandra Boyko – woodturner
In their variety of pieces - wooden bowls, platters,
and other woodturned items - they create products
which are finely finished and will add considerable
beauty to any room. All wood obtained from salvaged
local trees. Also crafted ukeleles.
14 Clifton Rd. in Port Hope. woodturning@gmail.com
5. Bill Hornbostel – photographer, W
Bill creates hauntingly beautiful images of landscapes
and architecture.
17 Clifton Rd. in Port Hope.
(905) 885-9825 www. billhornbostelphotography.com
5. Susan Lago, Blue Cheese Pottery – ceramic artist
Hand made functional pottery, tiles, cremation urns
and jewellery.
Showing with Bill Hornbostel
(905) 885-6965 www.bluecheesepottery@gmail.com
6. Terry Thornton – woodturner
Terry’s woodturning includes exquisite salt and pepper
mills made from local and exotic woods; unique rolling
pins, as well as whimsical hand-turned birdhouses.
From downtown Port Hope go W. up Walton St
(becomes Ridout St.). Turn left onto Bramley St. South,
three blocks to #62 – accessed from Sherbourne.
(905) 885 0758
www.thorntonwood.ca
7. Dorothy Siemens – Multi-media artist, W
Acrylic abstract paintings, sculpture and mosaic panels,
jewellery in polymer and beadwork.
9 Trafalgar Street, Port Hope (entrance off Bramley St. S.)
(905) 885-8879 http://dorothysiemens.com
8. Chris Montgomery – stained glass art & jewellery design
Innovative design incorporating ‘found objects’ and
whimsical accents in both her jewellery and glasswork
keeps Chris’ work fresh, exciting and interpretive of
classical design. Now added are her fur creations.
84, Dorset St. W. in Port Hope. Studio entrance from
Pine St. at the end of pedestrian laneway across from
Brenda Sullivan’s.
(905) 885-6186 www.theglasshopperstudio.com
9. Brenda Sullivan, Dragon Clay – potter
Brenda translates nature’s designs into usable artworks.
Art Deco tea pots, dragon mugs and every day items
are presented in a funk-tional way to lighten your day;
sculptures to inspire.
Studio is at 81 ¾ Pine St. S. in Port Hope.
(905) 885-5384 www.dragonclayproductions.com
9. Jeanette Bartosik – art glass beads & jewellery design
For simple elegance that stands the test of time,
Jeanette uses solid sterling silver with semi-precious
gems or fresh water pearls that are harmoniously
aligned with her handmade art glass beads.
Showing with Brenda Sullivan.
www.jeanetteka.com
10. Oliver Steins – photographer
Landcapes display a sense of feeling for the
atmosphere and delight in featuring enticing images.
Portraits are full of expression.
93 Walton St., Port Hope,
(905) 885-1323
www.oliversteins.com/paintings/
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11. Carmel Bouzanne – mixed media artist
Explorations with softer colours has led Carmel to a
new, fresh palette. Over the winter she has explored
movement through lighter touch, bringing a much
anticipated spring into her studio. As for collages
come, see what the earth has helped her combine,
with the aid of Japanese paper.
192 Walton Street in Port Hope
(905) 885-9266
www.carmelbouzanne.com
12. Marie Melnick – painter
Marie’s paintings are not born of direct visual
experiences. They are a synthesis of emotions
drawn from them, at times, in an arrangement of
shapes and rhythms.
2 Hagerman St. in Port Hope
(905) 800-1061
mariemelnick@gmail.com
13. Christine Benson – printmaker/ instructor, W
Linocuts are inspired by nature and combine
Japanese papers, hand-stitching, collage and paint
which allow experimentation with colour and pattern
in a playful way.
At the Old Mill in Port Hope located at the N.E. corner
of Molson St. and Hope St. N.
Watch for the short gravel drive.
(905) 885-0908 wwwjourneythroughthearts.com
13. Les Robling – painter, W
Strong brush work and attention to light and shade
in landscapes - local and beyond –
oils/acrylics/watercolour.
Showing with Christine Benson
(905) 885-4141 www.lesrobling.com
13. Patricia Schevers Papp – acrylics on canvas, W
Painting in a spontaneous manner allows Pat to
explore various techniques influenced by the organic
rhythms of nature linked with symbolism.
Showing with Christine Benson.
(905) 885-9275
14. Rebecca Last – visual artist/painter, W
Rebecca’s canvases capture the light and energy
of ever changing views and turbulent weather
conditions over Rice Lake.
From Cty. Rd. 45 N. of Roseneath, go N on Merrill Rd.
Follow to the stop sign and continue straight through.
Turn left at laneway #1026 and follow to
cottage #18.
(905) 352-9994
www.rebeccalast.com
W - Washroom available
WCA - Wheelchair accessible studio
15. Heather Cooper – painter, W
A fine and celebrated artist whose work spans 40 +
years. Her oil paintings are lush, detailed and inspired
by myth and nature.
From Cty. Rd. 45 or Cty. Rd. 9 take Beagle Club Rd.
and turn west on Bowmanton to the Galley at #506.
(905) 342-3050
www.heathercooper.com
16. Carole and John Bandurchin – potters
Come see the smashing new glazes on the elegant
stoneware pottery Carole and John have created.
From Cty. Rd. 45 in Baltimore, turn E. on Community
Centre Rd. Continue 1km and at the curve turn left on
Burwash Rd. to #9327.
(905) 372-4174
www.ashburnpottery.com
17. Jerry Albert – painter W, WCA
Landscape and wildlife oil paintings from my travels
in N. America – plein air and studio works.
4741 County Road #45, Building #2,
Baltimore Industrial Park.
(905) 377-8349
www.jfalbert.com/
18. Marcela Rosemberg – fused and cast glass artist
Marcela is an award-winning glass artist. Beauty,
simplicity, elegance and functionality are essential
components in her designs. Marcela is always
looking for that special blend of colour & texture that
leads her to each piece of art she carefully designs.
464 Burnham Manor Court, Cobourg.
(289) 252-0488
marcelarosemberg.com
22. Jenny Duda – Illustrator
Jenny uses atmospheric and vivid colour to capture
the heart of Northumberland Hills through her
impressionistic acrylic and three dimensional
plasticine paintings.
Showing with Evelyn Haskell.
(905)-373-4549
jennyduda13@gmail.com
23. Stephen Gillberry – painter
Known for his colours and texture, Stephen paints in
both abstract and impressionistic styles.
He works in a variety of sizes ranging from very large
canvases to small works on paper.
301 College St., Cobourg, at the corner of Chapel St.
Studio entrance through the carport on Chapel.
(905) 377-8277
www.gillberry.com
24. Katie Flindall – paintings, prints, cards
Tree houses and starry skies under which children
play, are a signature of Katie’s work. Her bright and
lively paintings capture the imagination, magic and
journey through childhood.
110 Chapel St. in Cobourg
(289) 252-0534
www.moonhouseart.com
25. Kitty Munro (The Glass Garden) – stained glass.
Stained glass, fused glass, jewellery, garden décor,
ornaments and glass art made with recycled glass.
125 Abbott Blvd. in Cobourg
(905) 373-4822
www.glassgarden.ca
25. Erica Ash – painter
20. Barbara Buntin – mixed media artist, W
Explore the studio process behind Barbara’s monotype & linocut prints & collage.
215 Bagot St. in Cobourg, first house south of King St.
(905) 372-8535
www.barbarabuntin.com
22. Evelyn Haskell – fabric artist
Unique handcrafts made from vintage fabrics:
upcycled hats, bags and stuffed animals; knitted
and felted mittens; knitted necklaces;
and other woolly treats.
462, George St., Cobourg
(905) 372-8521 evhaskell@sympatico.ca
Erica paints in watercolour and acrylics, focusing on
animals and animal portraiture. Her realistic work has
her subjects in slightly surrealistic settings but always
showing love for them.
Showing with Kitty Munro.
(613) 475-9834
ericaash@bell.net
26. Anja Hertle – mosaic artist, WCA
Anja’s passion – creating intricate, 3-D pictures using
recycled china, tile, stained glass, beads, buttons and
occasional fork.
10821 Cty. Rd. 2 in Grafton, west of Cty. Rd. 23/Lyle St.
Watch for the driveway entrance on the S. side
just W. of the Post Office.
(905) 349-1032
www.anjahertle.com
27. Allan Short - photographer , W
To Allan’s way of thinking, images are not only taken
for how they appear, but more importantly how they
will appear.
East of Lyle St. in Grafton on County Road #2; S. side
of road, number 10929, the one with the tower.
(905) 349-2793
http://polar01photography.smugmug.com/
28. Mary Lou Burnside – glass artist
In her studio on the hill, Mary Lou designs and creates functional, decorative, and wearable glass art.
She also creates art for garden, multimedia pieces
incorporating glass, metal, wood and found objects.
10945 County Rd. 2, Box 262, Grafton.
(905) 269-3999
www.marylouburnside.ca
29. Edward Hagedorn – painter, W
Ed paints the landscapes of his gardens, pond and
stream and surrounding countryside with an
emphasis on the playful use of colour.
From Cty. Rd 2 on the east side of Colborne, turn N.
onto Parliament St. From 401 go S. on Percy Street
and turn E, [left] at light onto Purdy St. for 2.3 km to Parliament St.
Turn S. Look for octagonal house at #45 Parliament.
(905) 372-2805 www.edwardhagedorn.ca
30. San Murata – painter
An illustrator of international distinction, San’s folk
art landscapes and everyday scenes reflect his
light, masterful style and a magical sense of place.
From Cty. Rd. 2 east of Grafton go north on Shelter
Valley Rd. Continue past Vernonville and turn north on Ward Lane
to #131.
(905)344-7828
www.sanmurata.com
31. Nancy Gagne – cold process soap maker
Pure & Natural Handmade Herbal Soaps.
904 County Rd 25, Castleton, at the corner of
County Rd 21, 4 km N. of the 401
(905) 344-7030
www.northumberlandsoapworks.com
32. Gary Orpana – woodturner, W
Using local material obtained from dead and dying
trees, Gary creates heirlooms accentuating the
colours, textures and natural beauty of the wood.
From Cty. Rd. 25 go E. on Cty. Rd. 21. Continue
7.5 km to #14396. The house is at the top of the hill.
(905) 344-7300
mygreencathedral.com
33. Barry King, Gallery by the Grove - W, WCA
Pen and inks, watercolours and prints, inspired by local architecture and landscapes.
From Cty. Rd. 22, north on Jakobi Rd. (flashing
light) 4 km., west on Dunbar Rd. 2 km. to 12162
Dunbar Rd. From Cty. Rd. 29 at Oak Heights,
south on Covert Hill Rd., Clarkson Rd.,
west on Dunbar Rd.
DO NOT follow Google directions.
(905)344-7175
northumberlandarts.ca
$ Many artists accept credit cards,
everyone accepts cash.
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13. Elizabeth Vercoe – painter, mixed media
2. Michiko Nakamura – ceramic artist
3. Pamela Tate (The Tate gallery) – painter
3A. Susan McDonald (Practically Potty Studio) – potter
4. Phill & Sandra Boyko – woodturner
5. Bill Hornbostel – photographer
5. Susan Lago (Blue Cheese Pottery)– ceramic artist
6. Terry Thornton – woodturner
7. Dorothy Siemens – multi-media artist
8. Chris Montgomery – stained glass art & jewellery design
9. Brenda Sullivan (Dragon Clay) – potter
9. Jeanette Bartosik – art glass beads & jewellery design
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11. Carmel Bouzanne – mixed media artist
12. Marie Melnick – painter
13. Christine Benson – printmaker/ instructor
13. Les Robling – painter
13. Patricia Schevers Papp – acrylics on canvas
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14. Rebecca Last – visual artist/painter
15. Heather Cooper – painter
16. Carole and John Bandurchin – potters
17. Jerry Albert – painter
18. Marcela Rosemberg – fused and cast glass artist
20. Barbara Buntin – mixed media artist
22. Evelyn Haskell – fabric artist
22. Jenny Duda – illustrator
23. Stephen Gillberry – painter
24. Katie Flindall – paintings, prints, cards
25. Kitty Munro (The Glass Garden) – stained glass
25. Erica Ash – painter
26. Anja Hertle – mosaic artist
27. Allan Short – photographer
28. Mary Lou Burnside – glass artist
29. Edward Hagedorn – painter
30. San Murata – painter
31. Nancy Gagne – cold process soap maker
32. Gary Orpana – woodturner
33. Barry King (Gallery by the Grove) – painter/illustrator
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