"The Farmer framing his art"
Eric enjoys working with watercolour, palette knife oil and pen and ink.
La Ferme Bowtique
Which cheese do I want for lunch?
We carry Thornloe & Wilton cheese in the store.
La Ferme Bow-tique
We will continue with our eat/buy local policy augmented by:
NEW... Wire Scapes by Barb
Using what nature provides and combining that with semi-precious gem stones or glass beads, Barb’s designs bring life to wire. Her creations include an array of tree of life designs some of which she has had the privilege to exhibit as part of a corporate art display.
NEW... Debbie Dell:
Nature has always been an inspiration to me. I love the colors, reflections and continuous changing light with glass. I love the organic feel and am always looking for new materials to incorporate with my pieces. Fused glass gives me the opportunity to experiment with new techniques and ideas to express myself. My work is both artistic and practical. www.debbiedell.ca
NEW... Farm Girl Creations
Jennifer Griffin is very passionate about her crochet/knit functional crafts. She creates hats, scarves and mittens for all ages and interests. If your coffee or tea mug needs a cozy she does that too. Jennifer creates warm cozy afghans for babies through to grandma. Her produce/market bags will be a very pretty but environmental addition to your shopping trip. She makes all her quality items with love and care so come out to the shop and see what we have. If we don’t have it we will put you in touch with Jennifer.
Stephanie developed an interest in creating her own line of natural hand crafted herbal health products and because of this she studied herbal medicine and aroma therapy. Armed with this knowledge and very strong feelings about using natural ingredients Stephanie has created a line of products for simple healthy living. She and her Mom, Ginette Vachon have been perfecting their product for four years. We are happy to have Tranquility Matters join the team at Gallery on the Farm.
Lavender-Blu has been hand-crafting value added lavender products and teaching the public about the multifaceted beauty of lavender. Lavender-Blu is a small family business and their mandate is to beautify our community, to create unique hand-made artisan products as well as to educate individuals on the subject of lavender.
John Goslinga creates useful and decorative wood turned pieces to be used in your everyday living. Use these unique pieces on your table or hang one in your window.
The Wilton Cheese Factory operated as a Farmer's Co-operative from 1867 to 1970 when it was purchased but the Jensen family. They have continued with the traditions of making artisan cheddar Cheese with old fashioned full bodied natural flavour.
An emu oil based product that is hypoallergenic, containing only puts high quality natural ingredients. There are no synthetic dyes or thickners, fake perfume and they are sulfate and paraben free. That have a wonderful line of the finest all natural beauty products. Under About Us take out the part about the Holstein Linen. It should end with Scottish Highlands And Belted Galloway
We are a family business based in Oshawa, Ontario. Concerned with how commercial products are affecting the environment and our bodies, we set out to create a natural line of soaps and body products for our modern world. We have a “small is beautiful” approach to everything we do. We use the traditional cold process method of soap making to create the finest quality of soaps in carefully crafted small batches. Our products have been designed with purpose for our children, our friends and ourselves and these are the same products we make for you. We hope you enjoy these products and benefit from their high quality ingredients.
Crystal of Timeless Essentials is a certified herbologist.. She has a full line of handmade all natural soaps, bath and body products. We carry just a few of her products – glycerine soap, lip balms, bug spray. Her store is located in Enniskillen.
Tasha bakes pies, butter tarts, cinnamon buns and cookies/square for our special events only. Another great reason to come to the events!
We welcome this creative gentleman to La Ferme Bow-tique. Turning wood into art is his passion. He is a retired college professor who always enjoyed working with wood. His pieces have retained some of their natural characteristics – knots, bark, worm holes and even the fatal fire! By using wood that has had a chance to decompose slightly he finds he can take advantage of its unique spalting, texture , grain markings and ultimately the finish.
Hugs and Honey
will add a little sweetness to your life and living.
You have all been asking for local honey and “Hugs and Honey” ( Steve Bowman) has filled the bill. Our newest delicious product is Cinnamon Honey Butter.
Rose Elm Farm
maple syrup will add the final touch to desserts, pancakes, waffles.
has some unique pieces of pottery for that special person on your gift list.
Geissberger Farmhouse Cider
Get your apple cider in a “Bag in a Box.” The Geissbergers have perfected this new process and have created new flavours of apple cider – Apple Carrot, Apple Cranberry Apple Pear which can be purchased on availability. They are also known for their delicious sparking cider.
has a variety of palette knife oil and watercolour paintings.
He will do commissions if you have some history that you want preserved.
Savon Du Bois Ltd
uses quality, natural ingredients (no chemicals) and goats milk to produce creamy, highly moisturizing and healing bars of soap. They combine the most beneficial oils with scents that harmonize with the mind and body.
Dianne Darch is a pen, ink and watercolour artist whose artwork depicts nature to the fullest.
Peggy Darch, a talented quilter offers unique items for the home and more.
Come visit the shop and see the original cards and quilted items we have for sale.
Wilmot Creek Photography
Ruth has been fascinated by wildlife and her rural surroundings for many years. Throughout her travels, with camera in hand, she has realized this passion and continues to “ freeze moments in time”
Helen Iredale- Make It Yours!!
We are now carrying some wonderful pieces of stained glass. Helen creates some very interesting and unusual pieces . Creations featuring custom stained glass sun catchers and small panels. Please check out examples at www.makeityours.ca. You can also order embossed napkins, ribbon, and custom wine labels for your next event.
We are pleased to welcome
Homewood Studio Glass
to our shop
Nancy Traviss grew up in the Enniskillen area on land originally owned by her grandfather and hence the name Homestead Studio Glass. Nancy now works out of her home studio in Bowmanville making original fused and lampwork glass creations. Nancy uses a torch and kiln to craft beads and glass pieces that are handcrafted into jewelry and ornaments. Mostly self-taught, she continues to learn her craft and hone her skills.
Art by Miss Anya ( Anya Bungay)
Hi. My name is Anya and I am a Whitby, Ontario artist. I am a mixed media sculptor. I come from a long line of makers and creative people who have inspired me throughout my life.
Both of my grandmothers were skilled seamstresses who made clothes and home décor items, usually without patterns. My grandfather was a cobbler who made and repaired shoes and leather goods. My mother sewed most of my clothes and skillfully designed and created crochet clothes for my Barbie dolls when I was a child. My aunt created beautiful cross stitch pictures and often dyed her own threads.
My favourite materials to work with are textiles and wood. Much of the material used in my projects and reclaimed and recycled. I often integrate items that I have gathered during walks on the beach or through woods. I save my finds until I have the perfect piece in mind. I love to incorporate unusual materials and bright colours into my work. Most of the pieces you see are weather resistant and can be used to enhance your garden or any other indoor space.
Be sure to look at the gallery on my website (Art By Miss Anya.com) to see what pieces I have available, or to get inspiration for your own custom work of art.
Brandy Gibbons currently lives in Petawawa with her husband and two children. Being a part of a military family means moved from one place to another is a regular occurrence.
Brandy started making soap about 2 years ago as a stress reliving hobby. She taught herself to make soap using basic household oils and lye then expanded to using manmade and natural colourants and fragrances. Her soap is beautiful, creative functional art.
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