A Shop Where Imagination Truly Lives
Celebrating the Renewed Handmade Movement
Discover a mosaic of stylish and unique hand crafted items.+
Tony and Sheila Clennell make and sell unusually beautiful wood fired pottery in their workshop and studio on King Street in Beamsville. Their wood fired kiln is called a 'train' because it resembles a locomotive. It is really an oversized firebox with+
This quaint shop in the town of Jordan offers an array of art works including interior and exterior doors, kitchen cupboards, windows, transoms, side lights, lamp shades, sun catchers, vases, a variety of fused glass jewellery and jewellery boxes, nigh+
Old Mill Artisans offers the finest in hand crafted treasures to be enjoyed for generations.
Specializing in custom furniture, we design and craft solutions for your wine cellar, fireplace, or kitchen.
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Jane is a multitalented visual artist and musician. Her shop is a magical mix of art, mingled with small display boxes of nests complete with eggs she salvaged from the sidewalk and rustic presentations of beautiful insects that met their maker, and be+
It's a wonderful experience to wander from the main floor down the stairs to the next level, and in season out into the lovely woodland gardens. A natural gallery setting with attractive displays compliment the functional and decorative pottery designe+
Hinged and Hewn is a specialty woodworking shop that transforms reclaimed antique wood and barn board into period and custom designs. The owner, Nicholas Habgood, captures the heritage and character of the reclaimed wood in all of his designs. He striv+
The Fibre Garden opened its doors on September 15, 2009 in our home in Jordan Village. We are Alan McLean and John Valleau, both spinners and knitters and John is the creator of THE DYEGUY™ hand-dyed yarns and fibres, done here in our home studio. Ou+
Lakeside Pottery is a family-run pottery gallery and artisan workshop featuring functional stoneware pieces and stained glass and blown glass works of local artists. All items in the gallery are for sale. Outside the store also there is an attractive g+
We are open most days or by appointment but please feel free to drop by anytime and ring our doorbell. We would be glad to show you our "Little" - shop.+
This exciting destination features talented local artisans and crafters offering their one-of-a-kind creations. Wander through Angie's lovely English garden and visit her inspiring art and craft gallery.
Showcased are beautiful inlaid wooden bowl+
If you are interested in history, Forks Road Pottery is an excellent place to visit. One of the only train depots left in the Niagara Penninsula, this 19th century station was built around 1853. It is believed to be the fourth oldest train station stil+
East West Pottery features the work of Susan Wintrop, and hosts the only Raku studio in the Niagara Region. Raku is a unique traditional Japanese pottery method that Susan has adopted. Her work has been shown in several solo exhibitions at the Gardiner+