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  • Artisans Gallery:
    Wayne Church's metal studio offers distinctive, one-of-a-kind sculptures and unique forged furnishings and accessories. Phone 705-689-6121
  • Ashby Glass
    Brian and Kathy Ashby blown glass lamp worked glass Vases,paperweights sculptures,miniature glass animals,wedding cake
    tops,custom orders --- working with hot glass for thirty years...
    RR #6, Bracebridge (705) 385-2989
  • Artists of the Limberlost Open Studio Weekend:
    Artists of the Limberlost holds its third annual Open Studio Weekend August 15 & 16, from 10am to 6pm each day. Visit 7 studios along a compact, scenic route, and experience the work of 20 talented artists and craftspeople. Featuring painting, woodturning and wood sculpture, glass, bronze sculpture, fibre art, fine furniture, pottery and mixed media. Studios open other times by appointment.
    For more information please visit
  • Baysville Farmer's Market:
    705-767-1094 - Every Friday, July 1 - Sept 2, 2011, 2-6 pm. Located on the grounds of the Community Centre/Library, this quaint and friendly market offers fresh produce, homemade preserves, baking, smoked meat & trout, maple syrup, arts & crafts. Join us for our 10th anniversary all summer long!
  • Baysville Walkabout Festival:
    Saturday, July 23, 2011 from 9am - 4pm. Over 100 vendors will line the main streets of Baysville offering everything from local baking, preserves and crafts, garage and sidewalk sales, antiques, face painting, a live band and the Lion's Club Pancake Breakfast. Great fun for the whole family. Admission by Donation. For further information contact Louise Garrod, 705-767-3257 or view our website at
  • Bev Corrigan:
    Huntsville (705) 789-5838
  • Bird Mill Gallery:
    1 Manitoba St. Bracebridge (705) 645-4130
  • Bruce Amos Photography
    Old Muskoka photographs, Antique boats, Historic Muskoka Lakes map reproductions and custom work from your images including photocards and Christmas Cards.
  • Canal Wood Studio:
    Our studio located just minutes from Deerhurst resort is filled with wooden gift ideas, everyday items, furniture,children's gifts both plain and finished with decorative art.
  • Chancery Art Gallery:
    Situated in historical downtown Bracebridge in 19th century heritage building furnished with antiques of the period, this gallery offers varying exhibitions of international contemporary fine art and promotes the painting of delicate connotations and elusive sub-texts.
  • Col Mitchell:
    Mixed media Fine Artist Col Mitchell paints on crumpled and manipulated papers with fluid acrylics and acrylic inks, combining extreme linear detailing with washes on paper constructed surfaces fused to canvas. Please call ahead for appointment. Studio maintains working environment and is available for demonstrations of various processes.
  • The Ethel Curry Gallery:
    It is our mission to promote Canadian art and to encourage Canadian artists that have been inspired by Haliburton's natural beauty. We do this through the exhibition and promotion of the artists' work in a warm, friendly and flattering environment.
  • Fibre Meadows:
    Firbre artist Elaine Matton integrates colour and texture into her scarves, vessel, landscape wall hangings and wearable art from Port Sydney, Ontario.
  • For the Love of Art Studio and Gallery:
    Located in Port Carling, Ontario this studio and gallery owned by Margot Snow offers works from some of Ontario's finest artists and artisans.
  • Gravenhurst Farmers' Market:
    Join us every Wednesday until Oct 5, 2011 from 9 am-2 pm for the Gravenhurst Farmers' Market. Located opposite Boston Pizza on the Special Events Field, just north of Gravenhurst. We are celebrating 20 wonderful years, complete with being named Ontario's Best Seasonal Farmers' Market by Farmers' Markets Ontario and Foodland Ontario! Over 90 vendors offers fresh produce, homemade preserves, baking, smoked meat & trout, maple syrup, honey, fine arts and crafts. Come for the Freshness, Stay for the Fun!
  • Grimm Gallery: Port Carling, Ontario
    Offers fine art and crafts for over 12 years.
    111 Medora St. (center of town) Phone: 705-765-7474
  • Haliburton Tour de Forests Artists Studio Tour:
    For 2011, the Tour has expanded to feature 29 artisans, 12 studios, and a dazzling array of finely crafted pottery, glass, jewellery, painting, woodworking, fibre sculpture, photography, and percussion instruments. Enjoy the benefits of a compact tour and a chance to take in Haliburton's gorgeous summer scenery. Please visit us July 30-31, 2011
  • Hilary Clark Cole:
    Hilary Clark Cole is a Canadian sculptor, working mainly in hand built welded steel sculptures. Over the years, this Canadian sculptor has produced a large body of one-of-a-kind metal sculptures. 705-687-3963 Gravenhurst
  • Hilltop Signs:
    Custom designed cedar sandblasted signs (705) 789-0815
  • Huntsville Art Society:
    The Huntsville Art Society, Inc is a not-for-profit art club that encourages creativity and ongoing learning through networking and collegiality, while facilitating opportunities for the promotion and growth of visual and functional arts in the community.
  • Jamie Bestwick - Jazz Musician:
    Huntsville jazz bass player with network of musicians available for Parties, Concerts, Clinics and Master Classes.
  • Janet Stahle-Fraser:
    For the past few years my main medium has been printmaking, including woodcuts, etchings, linographs and monotypes. I sometimes explore a theme in different media such as blockprints, paintings and wall hangings.
    Tapawingo Studio, Hwy 117 Baysville (705) 767-3594
  • Jenny Kirkpatrick Photography:
    Portrait, Commercial and Fine Art Photography
    Seminars and Muskoka Workshops
  • John Murden Art Gallery & Studio:
    Watercolour artist John Murden has a studio located on Earth Park Rd, off Highway 117, 2 km's west of Baysville. (705) 767-2578
    Nature's creations in Muskoka wood. Functional art, one-of-a-kind creations, these unique burls from Ontario's lakeland offer the tradition of woodworking, a museum like quality, and art gallery integrity.
    3077 Old Muskoka Road, Utterson (705) 385-3454
  • Laura Bombier - Photographer:
    Candid black and white photography that exposes real life memories, allowing them to be exhibited as a form of art.
    351 Gryffin Lodge Road, Huntsville (705) 789-3741
  • Lindgren Pottery:
    Handmade stoneware pottery: sculptural and decorative pieces, in addition to a line of functional pots and handmade tile, by Eric & Cathy Lindgren.
    320 Lindgren Rd. East, Huntsville (705) 789-2843
  • Lyle McIntyre Photography:
    Hwy 118W Cedar Beach Rd Bracebridge (705) 645-8814.
  • Manse Gallery:
    Baysville (705) 767-3117
  • Margot Snow
  • Muskoka Arts and Crafts:
    15 King Street. Bracebridge (705) 645-5501
  • Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour:
    The Muskoka Autumn Studio Tour is proud to continue its rich legacy of the arts in 2011, our 33rd year of presenting scores of diversely talented artists. Conceived by one individual three decades ago, the idea of giving people a glimpse into the studios where raw materials are transformed into superb art pieces still holds its appeal.
  • The Muskoka District Concert Band, The Gravenhurst Bi-Focal Concert Band, The Muskoka Big Band, The Merry Winds Clarinet Quintet, The Bi-Focal Brass Quintet & The Huntsville Saxophone Ensemble
    - Concert Bands play a wide variety of styles; marches, classical, broadway and pop.
    - The Big Band is a 18 piece Dance Band (songs of 30's, 40's plus more) featuring male and female vocalist as well as "The Step Sisters" (a female trio).
    - The Ensembles play a wide range of music from classical to jazz.
    For more infomation contact Neil Barlow (Conductor) 705-789-8860; Bracebridge, Gravenhurst and Huntsville
  • Muskoka Place Gallery:
    Opened in June 2004, Muskoka Place Gallery showcases fine art by established and emerging artists, and plays host to workshops, lectures and events throughout the year.

    1182 Foreman Road, Port Carling, Ontario - Phone: (705) 765-1048
  • Muskoka Seven, group of artists:
    Brenda W Goulet, Eric Lindgren, Ken Birss, Don Thur, Rob Stimpson, Jeff Miller and Jenny Kirkpatrick have joined together to present a collective vision of Muskoka. Their works, in several media, complement one another, each piece finding its source in our common Muskokan soil.
  • Nina Laakso Designs:
    Nina Laakso paints abstracts, landscapes, and portraits, in a unique and colorful style. She also does collage work and children's art. Visit her online gallery, or see her work at the Birch Hill Gallery and B and B off Limberlost road in Lake of Bays - call 705-635-9859 to book an appointment.
  • Oursons Drolet Bears
    Unique hand-crafted German mohair teddy bears by Danielle Drolet
    19 Cairns Cres., Huntsville, Ontario - Phone 705-789-7761
  • Oxtongue Craft Cabin and Gallery:
    Log cabin setting. Over 100 artists from coast to coast represented. Located on Fox Point Rd, 1 km from Hwy 35, south of Dwight. (705) 635-1602
  • Paul Brodie:
    Concert Saxophonist, available for Concerts, Clinics and Master Classes. P.O. Box 52, Bala, Ontario, P0C 1A0, (705) 762-3907.
  • Rich Hill Candles:
    See candles being hand crafted from the factory viewing gallery. Colour-dip a candle to take home. Free candle burning advice. 2-9 Robert Dollar Dr. Bracebridge (705) 645-3068
  • Seeking Beauty Gallery
    Fine Art Photography of Muskoka by Earle and Frances Barr and
    a unique form of needlework called Woolpainting by Earle Barr.
  • Sergio Golod Glass Fusion:
    Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sergio Golod comes from generations of highly skilled glazers and artists. He immigrated to Canada in 2003, first settling in PEI, where he co-founded and became President of Royal Glass Design, a fused glass studio. Shortly thereafter, Sergio gained recognition throughout North America for his unique and creative fused glass works of art and his architectural glass creations. Evidence of his success includes several awards and accolades. In 2009, inspired by the beauty of Ontario's cottage country, Sergio moved to the Township of Armour. After becoming a proud Canadian Citizen, he launched Sergio Golod Glass Fusion, with the goal of bringing to the area his unique and colourful one-of-a-kind glass pieces. Incorporating his 30 years of experience designing and creating functional, architectural, and artistic fused glass products, Sergio Golod has the talent and expertise to fuse your aspirations with his extraordinary ability.
  • The Smithy:
    The blacksmith tradition continues - Tom Church offers custom design of spiral staircases, chandeliers, lighting, fireplace accessories, flag poles, fireplace tools, railings, and much more. Wide selection of quality crafted pieces of wrought iron. Highway 118 and 169, in Glen Orchard, between Port Carling and Bala (705) 765-3295
  • Stan W Tait Jewellery and Music
    Home of The Angel Pendant. Classic Sterling Silver Designs by Stan Tait, a celebrated Canadian designer. Stan is also an accomplished singer/songwriter! Visit his studio in the heart of Muskoka to watch how he makes jewellery and view his complete collection of classic, contemporary jewellery that fits the body and satisfies the soul.
  • Susan Higgins Glass Design:
    Susan works primarily in fused glass. This technique, involving the melting together of different coloured glasses, is used to make window panels, as well as one-of-a-kind bowls, plates and platters. Her work is available at the Shutterbug Gallery in Huntsville Ontario, or by contacting the artist. Visit the Artists of the Limberlost Open Studio weekend August 15-16 2009.
  • Twisted Pine Studio:
    "Bush Art" is unique and captivating - worth the visit to experience one of a kind wood sculptures for indoor or to enhance your garden. Located off Hwy 118 on the road to the Haliburton Highland Museum. (705) 457-9199
  • The Village Potter:
    We offer a wide range of functional stoneware glazed in subtle earth tones and fired in a wood-fuelled kiln.Open year round in beautiful Muskoka. 705-789-6708
  • Vicki Sharp & The Muskoka Moose Gallery:
    Fine Canadian craft & Art, featuring the art jewellery & painting of artist Vicki Sharp. The gallery also shows turned wood bowls by Don Stinson & Michael Sbrocca, and hand blown glass by Glass Roots Design.
  • Yummies in a Jar - Gourmet Preserves
    Handmade jams, pepper jellies, dessert toppings & oil free fruit vinaigrettes. Delicious & unique!
    Ideal for special occassions, the perfect souvenir & great for Wedding Favours & Corporate Gifts.
  • Zoodonyms:
    Handcrafted Wooden Name Puzzles; Ideal for Baby & Children's Gifts. 1-888-285-5512
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