Hi! It's Michael here.
Peter and I, and woolwaterneedle, had a wonderful year thanks to so many markets, and a studio tour, and galleries, and people shopping directly with us through social media. Thanks to everyone who helped make this past year such a success for us.
As the days start to lengthen we're looking forward to another great year. We're both hard at work in the studio, me with pet portraits, and Peter with new landscapes.
We're hoping to do even more markets this coming year, and have plans to have studio open days at Corisande Bay and woodsheds in both our locations to feature our most recent creations on an ongoing basis.
Please accept our best wishes for a healthy and prosperous 2023. We look so forward to seeing you in person or communicating with you through message and email. All the best.
We're occasional vendors at the Mary Allen Market in Mary Allen Park, Waterloo, Ontario. This is a spot not too far from home for us and a destination on our long winter walks. We're there tomorrow, Thursday, July 21, from 4-6 along with many other great vendors. Hope you can drop by! Check them out on Instagram @heymaryallen and Facebook @maryallenneighbourhood
We're so excited to be part of the Bruce Peninsula Society of Artists' Studio Tour this year. We'll be at our studio in the north at 1024 Dorcas Bay Road on the beautiful Bruce Peninsula on August 27 and August 28 from 10 am to 5 pm. We look forward to you dropping by. As well, here is a digital version of the brochure which contains a map and information about all the wonderful vendors and supporters of the tour.
We’re so excited to have our work displayed with other talented artists and artisans at this beautiful new studio. Starry Nights Studio is opening on June 30 and will be open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10-6 .It is on Hwy 6 across from the Community Centre in Tobermory. Such a big thanks to Wendy, Barry, Priscilla and Lorraine.
Michael has been experimenting with wet felting techniques, trying to create the freedom that a watercolour has. In this attempt, he used wool and ink to imitate a piece he had created with watercolour and pen.
We’re excited to be part of this showcase. Please check out all of the talented artists at facebook.com/BlythFestivalArtGallery/
Michael has been working with prefelted wool to create pictures. This slideshow shows some of the process.