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Clothesline Art Sale

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Saturday May 25, 2024 | 11-4pm

We are excited to be hosting our first ever Clothesline Art Sale. We strive to make art more accessible, and the Clothesline Art Sale is the perfect opportunity for art lovers to purchase a wide range of art at varying prices. We support a diverse range of artists to display and sell their work in an easy and affordable way.  

The wide variety of unframed works will be displayed on a clothesline through the trees and along the edge of the park.  

We will welcome all artwork that is original and unframed. All artists and creators are welcome to participate. Both emerging and seasoned artists can sell their artwork in a fun, easy and approachable way. Artwork is displayed on a clothesline only (must be light weight). Tables, tents, and display units are not allowed.  Lawn chairs, clothes pins and bins are highly recommended. The Gallery does not take commission on any sales. 

Artist/Vendor fee: $25 | Space: 10ft clothesline 

Application deadline is May 15, 2024

2024 Artists

Aoe Girard

Centered around femininity, my artwork weaves softness, sweetness, and strength into a vibrant tapestry of human emotion and nature’s beauty.

Tiiu VanWinckle

Watercolour paintings on both paper and canvas; miniature to large. Painting on different surfaces provides uniquness in the paintings. I focus on the landscape and wildlife of Canada but I also accept commissions of the above mentioned and pets. .

Charity Konrath

Charity navigates life with a paintbrush.

Sheri East

Sheri East is a contemporary artist based in Kitchener, ON. She creates floral acrylic paintings using impressionistic brushwork with bold, expressive strokes. Her inspiration comes from the ever-changing seasonal hues and forms of local flowers.

Ebryck Creations

My mixed media work and post cards are a daily start to my day. Meant to loosen up and get the creative juices flowing. I aim to intrigue, amuse and inspire.

Art By JoAna

JoAna’s unique way of healing her art through art, shares with us a variety of feelings and thoughts that can be related to any of us. She works with mixed media and acrylics, printouts are available, as well as the originals.

Isabelle Déry

Passionate about wet felting, I design unique Fiber art pieces and wearable items. Nature fuels my creative flow in wet felting with different wools and fibers, using resists and shibori techniques that add unique dimensions to each creation.

Joy Garofalo

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


Light, bright, vibrant, sunny watercolor/mixed media florals. Guaranteed to bring joy and happiness to any space.

Bari Parsche

Surreal, and illustrative dark fantasy images.

Sophia Kennedy

Prints of original artwork(original is mixed media on canvas), and original pieces on paper.

The Hidden Stoneman

The Hidden Stoneman offers acrylic and mixed media paintings. In each painting, there is a hidden Stone Man. There are many meanings to Inukshuk/Inunnguaq including navigation, friendship, and to commemorate sacred spaces. Good luck in your search!

Dallas Lee

Lino prints, mixed media, art prints

Emma Nowak

Photography, digital art prints, and small acrylic paintings.

Restless Eclectic

Restless Eclectic – art by Alina Ticknor. My work is exploratory, expressive, and intuitive. I like to work with a variety of mediums and allow things to unfold. My paintings are a reflection of my adventurous spirit and relentless curiosity.

Michael Barker

Mike Barker is a Stratford based watercolourist who paints both wilderness and rural landscapes, along with the animals that dwell within them. He is inspired by his passion for the outdoors and love of nature.

Forest Fine Arts

Unique, vibrant watercolors with an ethereal representation of nature. From light & airy to rich, deep & opaque. Whether you’re looking to brighten a spot at home or searching for a one of a kind treasure for a friend. Custom pieces are available.

The Afterschool Snack Collective

Ella and Kate are members of the After School Snack collective – a trio of artist-friends that first united to sell their work in 2020. They create quirky cards, jewellery, patches, collages, block prints, and more!

Danielle Saint-Onge

My paintings explore notions of interconnectedness, flexibility, and change through the use of abstract floral imagery. I want to bring joy into people’s homes through highly textured, flowing, colourful images. Vibrant, happy and dynamic florals.

Yellow-Dog Studios

One-of-a-kind needle felted paintings using a variety of fibres including Shetland, Corriedale, Bamboo, Soy, Merino, Silk, Baby Camel, Yak, Alpaca, Silk Noil, Flax, Angelina and sometimes glass beads. Acid-free mat and black frame included.

Olena Chorna Fine Arts

Discover the UNESCO-listed Ukrainian Folk Art of Petrykivka, adorning diverse surfaces and safeguarding Ukraine’s cultural heritage. Each brushstroke in my original creations narrates a unique story. Take home a piece of Ukrainian legacy today!

Su Buehler

Photography is the means by which I create art from life, capturing light and shadow, stories, the things most people miss, the things I see differently. Join me as I explore the world, the colours, shapes and textures around us.
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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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