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4th Annual Art Fair

Saturday September 14, 2024 | 11-4pm

The Gallery has a rich history of being a hub for learning, teaching, creating, and enjoying art. In celebration, we are hosting our 4th annual Art Fair. The Art Fair will include a wide range of artistic styles and mediums from acrylic paintings, photography, sculptures, textiles, and so much more!  


We will consider all artist/creators vendor submissions. All artists and creators are welcome to participate as vendors. Join us in a celebration of artistic talent of the KW-region! The Gallery does not take commission on any sales. 

Artist/Vendor fee: $50/vendor | Space: 10x10ft  

Application deadline is September 4, 2024

2024 Artist Vendors

Beauty of Botany

Amanda Dietrich – Framed wall art featuring animals made with pressed flowers and leaves.

Little Buddies Craft Co.

Laura Moolenbeek – Mixed media and collage originals, prints, and more!

Mali Cocotte

Stephanie Kozul – Handmade polymer clay earrings !

Debbie Ellis Watercolours

Fine art – watercolour originals, giclee prints, cards, stickers, bookmarks

Warren Muzak

My artwork is inspired by my two biggest interests: my area (Waterloo Region) and Trains. My work is created using pen and ink and watercolour on bristol paper or boards. My illustrations have a whimsical and fantasy feel to them.

Eric Martin

We are a husband and wife team of creators. Eric is a stone sculptor originally from Six Nations Reserve. He is well known for his soapstone and antler carvings. Wendy creates one of a kind jewelry for upcycling metals and vintage tins.

Lindsay Miles Art

I am primarily an acrylic artist specializing in botanicals and small animals. Recently I have been experimenting with watercolours and large animals as a way of challenging myself.

Art By JoAna

JoAna’s artwork is unique, based on mixed media using recycled paper and homemade glue on her sculptures and paintings. Bonsai trees with a meaning. Jewelry made of paper, very resistant. JoAna reflects feelings on all of her art.

AM by Alyssa Marie

Cozy ceramics (and other art) made in light of self-love, imperfection & acceptance


We’re bringing our handcrafted ceramic pottery and unique watercolor paintings to the upcoming event! Made with love, each piece is a testament to the beauty of artisanal craftsmanship. Come and find that heartwarming addition to your home!

Joy Garofalo

My work aims to capture the feeling of nostalgia through atmospheric printmaking techniques that explore landscape, flora and fauna, and historical objects.

DRey Natural & Evolution

I’m specializing in crafting recycled denim Handbags, Purses, flowers, accessories and Jewelry, all with a unique, one-of-a-kind design; where each piece tells a story of sustainability and style. DRey Natural & Evolution is eco-friendly, zero-waste

Art By Taylor-Flynn

Hello! My name is Taylor and I have a deep love of creating art through using mixed media and different styles of painting. My main focus is on representing food as I experience it-as a bright colourful opportunity to make enticing pieces of work.

Jean Le

Through the intricate layering of images and textures, the artist invites viewers to reflect on their own inner landscapes and confront their deepest fears and desires.

Original canvas pieces.

Watercolour and mixed media paintings, cards, prints, and quotes.

Hand-made merchandise made with vibrant African print fabrics, including shirts, skirts, gowns, and accessories.

Original acrylic paintings on canvas (landscapes and abstracts), prints and greetings cards featuring my work.

Abstract paintings, prints, and decorations.

Fine art – original acrylic paintings on gallery wrapped canvas.

Pressed flower wall art.

fine art, original mixed-media paintings.

Original art prints – framed & unframed, cards from original art, original colouring books, original music CD, self published poetry books.

Original watercolours, cards, bookmarks, and stickers from my own artwork.

Fine art prints in canvas, plexiglass, wood and metal plus greeting cards, coasters, and mugs.

Abstract art.

Fine arts, stickers, bookmarks, magnets and car mirror charms.

Fine art, postcard prints, and stickers.

Wildlife and Landscape Photographer with local wildlife, Landscape and nature images from across Ontario.

Fine art, jewellery, coasters and ornaments

Prints, cards, paintings and textile art.

Prints, sculpture and original painting.

Nature Illustrations (originals), archival art prints, postcards and tote bags with illustrative artworks.

Fine Art & Prints.

Original acrylic paintings, book marks, hand painted ornaments and magnets, greeting cards based off original art and a few prints.

Acrylic, Encaustic and Resin paintings on canvas and wood.

Crocheted plushies and keychains, handmade earrings and other jewelry, and perler bead keychains and artwork.

Jewellery and wearable art.

Contemporary artwork, pottery, vases, kitchen ceramic and porcelain items.

Pyrography, scratchboard originals and prints, small watercolours, and 1/12th scale miniature paintings.

Fine art, matted prints, & art cards.

Fine art watercolours.

Pottery mugs, tumblers, bowls, and vases.

Fine art abstracts.

Fine art photo prints (framed, metal, canvas, unframed on fine art paper), fine art cards (photography, multi-media handmade).

Upcycled/recycled clothing and fabrics made into sweaters.

Custom live edge woodworking and abstract wood sculptures.

Fine Art.

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The Loch Doon area was memorialized in celebrated Scottish poet, Robert Burns piece “Ye banks and braes O’ bonnie Doon”

Ye banks and braes o’ bonny Doon,
How can ye bloom sae fresh and fair?
How can ye chant, ye little birds,
And I sae weary fu’ o’ care?
Thou’lt break my heart, thou warbling bird,
That wantons thro’ the flowering thorn:
Thou minds me o’ departed joys,
Departed, never to return.

Aft hae I rov’d by bonnie Doon,
To see the rose and woodbine twine;
And ilka bird sang o’ its love,
And fondly sae did I o’ mine.
Wi’ lightsome heart I pu’d a rose,
Fu’ sweet upon its thorny tree;
And my fause lover stole my rose,
But, ah! he left the thorn wi’ me.

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