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Okanagan Artisans Guild
36th Annual Show & Sale
November 27 & 28, 2015
Friday, 12 noon - 8:00pm
Saturday, 9:30am - 3:30pm
Best Western Vernon Lodge
Highway 97N, Vernon, BC
Artisan Participants 2015
High-quality, fine arts & crafts show.
The longest running of its kind in The Okanagan and the
show of choice for many of the region's professional artisans.
Akira's Jewellery (Akira Hanson)
Artwork by Marla (Marla Giles) website Annemarie Fux Glass Studio (Annemarie Fux) website Back to Earth (Kiley Routley) website
Bird Houses, Naturally (Terry Olson & Diane Green)
Breakaway Pottery (Al Scott) website CherryBee Boutique (Debbee Werner) website Cherry Creek Soap & Co. (Colleen Lilburn) website
Colleen's Attic (Colleen Heigh)
Creighton Valley Apiaries (Chris & Carla De Vries)
Divine Expressions Jewellery (Lisa Brown) website
Earth & Fire Pottery (Elaine Hughes-Games)
Earth Elements Farm Products (Janice Lenius) website
Earthfelt (Gwen Martinuk)
Eek Pottery (Erin Kronbauer) website
Ginny's Treasures (Ginny Irving)
Gioielli by Sara (Sara Kottke) website Heart and Bone Textiles (Linda Dixon) website
Heartfelt Fibres (Evanne Moody)
Kalamalka Weavers & Spinners
Kevin Spetifore Candles
Metal Dream Designs (Edward Goodon) website Mud Sweat & Tears (Grant Nyeste) website Natural Wonders (Linda Zepik) website Nickelbee Art Studio (Nikki Marshall) website Otter Lake Soapworks (Sheryl Larsen) website Rebecca's Art Studio (Rebecca Shepherd) website Red Dog Glass Studio (Helen Kovacs) website
Say it with Sarah (Sarah Wilson)
Skye Meadow Shetlands (Allison Lawrie)
Solid Flow Glass (Dustin Crebo) website Sorrento Stoneware (Sheryl Willson) website Steel My Heart Designs (Ingrid Mueller) website Studio 410 (Susan Richards) website Sunburst Crafts (Murray & Annette Anderson) website
Toasted Oak Studio (Sandy Gallant)
Treasure Hut (Judy Watmough)
Willow Bender (Anneh Kessels) website
Wondrous Fiber Works (Barbara Articus)
The Okanagan Artisans Guild was first established in 1979 by several artisans from the Vernon area. The purpose of the guild was to provide support to artists and artisans who were trying to make a living from their craft.
It was decided that there needed to be a high quality show at which they could display and sell their work; also giving the public a chance to appreciate the talent and high quality craftsmanship available in the area.
The first show was held at the Vernon Recreation Centre. It later moved to the ballrooms at the Vernon Lodge, where the special atmosphere provides both the artisans and the public with a comfortable venue, as well as an attractive backdrop for the displays.
The Okanagan Artisans Guild is dedicated to continuing this tradition; and to showcasing artisans and locally handcrafted, quality arts and crafts.
Contact: Susan Richards