Members of the Cariboo Potters Guild have been longtime supporters of Art Walk in Williams Lake and many of these members will have their work featured on the art walk this year. Pictured at a recent raku firing birthday party for Joan Beck are Cat Prevette (left)

Members of the Cariboo Potters Guild have been longtime supporters of Art Walk in Williams Lake and many of these members will have their work featured on the art walk this year. Pictured at a recent raku firing birthday party for Joan Beck are Cat Prevette (left)

Artists matched with local businesses in Williams Lake

The 45 artists new and returning to the 2012 Art Walk & Sale in Williams Lake Aug. 7 to Sept. 8 work in a wide variety of mediums.

The 45 artists new and returning to the 2012 Art Walk & Sale in Williams Lake Aug. 7 to Sept. 8 work in a wide variety of mediums creating jewelry, sculpture, pottery, fabric art, paintings, prints and more.

Their names and mediums are as follows but more information is available in the Art Walk booklet arriving in  mailboxes this week.

Leslie Rowse: photographer; Sears.

Allison Bos: photographer; Cariboo Chiropractic and Medical Centre.

Bruce Charbonneau: painter, printmaker, sculptor; RONA.

Jazmyn Douillard: illustrator/graphic designer; Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies Group.

Devon Chappell: artist; Bean Counter Bistro & Coffee Bar.

Kim Culbert: photographer; Williams Lake Library.

George Phillips: scroll and fret woodwork;  Williams Lake and District Credit Union.

Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin: features art by Vivian Cowan, Sonia Cornwall, Harvey Overton, Hazel Henry, Dave Abbott, Bess Goutiere, Ed Deak, John Dyson, Enid Wright, L.H. Singlehurst, Joe Poole, Gertrude Dingwall, John Schnurrenberger, Len Monical Sculptures, First Nations crafts and beaded buckskins.

Randi Evans: painter; Williams Lake City Hall.

IBEA’s Quilting:  Yvonne Teskey, Carolyn Gribling, Alayne Steward, Denise Frank, Andrea Hughes, Brenda Hughes, Barb Bowles, Victoria Scott, Faith Andre, and Marion Corless.

Chris Hornby: photographer; Creative Accents.

Hazel Loring Henry: painter; Stay-Well Health Foods.

Lesley Lloyd: potter; Audio-Video Unlimited.

Kathy Lauriente: painter; End of the Roll.

Anne Kohut: painter;  Laketown Furnishings.

Laureen Carruthers: photographer; Investors Group Financial Services Inc.

Christy Richardson: potter; Tribune.

Craig and Esther Innes: wood carving; Cariboo Dental Clinic.

Tahirih Goffic: painter; Barking Spider.

Station House Gallery: Community Roots: Inspirations from the Potato House Project in the main gallery. Conspiracy Case features a unique research installation by Edwin Janzen in the upper gallery.

Elisabeth Hoelderl: painter/potter; Cariboo Book Bin.

Liz Twan: photographer; Frame Creations by Bruce.

Amber Cawston: custom leather; Reddog’s Horse and Rider Outfitters

Carvers Linda Bifford, Wanda Scott, Barb Lambe, Mary Robertson, Toni Hooker, Azel Gonzales, and Cathey Hamel: DarlaWear.

Darlene Doskoch: photographer; Lake City Glass.

Spence and Elizabeth Darlington: photographers; Eloquence Spa and Salon.

Joan Beck: potter; Dollar Dollar store.

Mark Kopp: painter;  Bank of Montreal.

Sharon Sipes: paper tole art; Elaine’s Natural Foods.

Donna Williams: glass artist; Mulberry Lane.

Geoff Bourdon: jewellery designer; Woodland Jewellers.

Bev Pemberton: potter; BFF Fashions.

Dorothy Ingalls: painter; Annie’s Attic.

Reva Schick: dollmaker; J&E Gifts and Treasure’s.

John Dell: videographer; Sight and Sound.

Jamin Crego: illustrator/painter; The Computer Access Center.

Jacob Gillespie: sculptor; Lush Elegance with an Edge.

Bruce Charbonneau: painter/printmaker/sculptor; 3Gen Cabinetry.

Colleen Kielman: potter; O-Netrix.

Larry Johannesen: illustrator; United Carpet.

Wayne Higgins: painter; Western Financial Group.

Lynn Bonner: blacksmith/stainless steel, silver jewellery; M&M Meat Shops.

Suzie Ambrose: photographer; Taylor Made Cakes and Sweets.

Dwayne Davis: muralist/multimedia artist; Lake City Auto Care Mall.

Harvey Overton: painter; Lake City Ford.

 

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