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Crafted

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CRAFTED
Unique wares and originals
December 1-19

Give the gift of art this season and visit our exhibition and sale of unique wares and originals. Featuring works from London area artists, CRAFTED will be your destination for affordable, one of a kind gifts including glass, sculpture, textiles, paintings, metal work and more.

By buying a gift, customers will directly support London’s talented artists. Participating artists will receive 80% of proceeds from each sale. The remaining portion will help support The ARTS Project’s upcoming programming and events in the new year. Works are affordable with nothing over $300.

Come visit and take home some handmade works. Our regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 12 – 5pm. Join us at our reception night to meet the CRAFTED artists on Thursday, December 3 from 5 – 7pm.

Admission to the Gallery is free. Everyone welcome!

New artists to be added. Please check back here for updates.

Crafted Artists


Donna Andreychuk
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Donna is interested in creating representational symbols in abstract settings, and simplifying these iconic symbols to the point of abstraction. The larger studio works are inspired from plein air sketches, from photography, but mostly from memory. The subject is becoming less important and the focus is more about expressing how the landscape feels. Donna’s work can be described as landscape inspired abstract expressionism.
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Sarah Legault
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Sarah Legault (London, ON) is an award winning filmmaker, director, producer, animator, and writer; recently winning an award for Best Animated Short Film at the 2014 Toronto Independent Film Festival for her stop-motion animation Dear Love. Since 2005; She has won 10 awards for her unique custom motorcycle paint work; which has been featured across North America (on TV, in magazines, and on the cover of an American newspaper). Sarah specializes in illustration, animation (stop-motion and 2D) doll making, painting, as well as curating large multi-media shows in London, Ontario. Sarah likes to keep busy.
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Gabrielle Nowicki
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Gabrielle was born in Enfield UK, but raised in London, Ontario and Komoka, Ontario. She earned her BFA from Western University and has exhibited, sold and published her work internationally. In 2003, she attended Fanshawe College, and received a certificate in “Web Stuff.” Upon graduation, she landed knee deep into co-owning a community newspaper where she did everything from building the website, ads and subscriber database to writing two regular columns and reporting. Gabrielle now uses those skills as a freelancer in graphic and web design while also creating paper toys and making comics. She tries to draw daily and has been working on a new body of drawings.

Gabrielle’s website:tindaisies.com
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Angie Quick
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Angie Quick is a self-taught artist. She was a resident at the ARTS Project where she has had three solo shows: Ekstasis, Why We Pray Alone, and Gold Satisfaction. She creates visions of life through imbibed eyes, spilling out a body of work consisting in large oil paintings, drawings, sculptures, and painted vessels. Her works deal in an encyclopedia of symbolism, that is, beautiful women, an excess of flora, fabric, and a good deal of coupling. Angie Quick was born in Calgary, Alberta in 1989. She moved to Ontario in 2007. In 2010 Angie studied glass at the Haliburton School of Arts, Fleming College.
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Richard Sturgeon
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Largely self-taught as an artist, Richard Sturgeon is a dedicated professional sculptor whose work has been exhibited in top level North American shows and competitions and can be found in many private and public collections the world over.

Flowing lines and a sense of motion define form and space in the artist’s work, exploring emotional connections, meditations and reflections on our place in the world. From handheld studies to large-scale installations, works in steel and stainless are accented with copper, stone, bronze, clay, and wood. Through deliberate employment of balance and tension the work simultaneously conveys an air of both weightlessness and grounding.
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Simone Vojvodin

Simone’s Hand-hooked rugs are best described as “paintings in wool” and she is thrilled to create vibrant and unique works elevating the humble rug to that of art. Often depicting her favourite subjects of landscapes and animals, Simone’s original designs vary from highly detailed realistic rugs to more stylized ones. Simone’s paintings and rugs have been featured in juried exhibits in Ontario and the U.S. and published in the books “Celebration of Hand-Hooked Rugs XXI, XXIII”.
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Willow and Poppy
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Willow and Poppy Studios feature the work of Louise Fagan and Gillian Wise, mother and daughter, who work, live and play creatively. Both share a passion for creating art in the studio and on the stage. Our one of a kind accessories and jewelry are inspired by our love of the arts, dance, music, history and books. These elements are woven into our hand-crafted pieces, each signature item created one at a time by us in our studios.
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Linda Yeoman
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Living and working on a farm in Burgessville, Ontario, Oxford County, Canada provides artist Linda Yeoman with lots of inspiration. Linda has studied Fine Art and Basic Design at Fanshawe College in London and has studied in various art media over the years. Linda has an extensive background in floral design which has developed her interest in combining art and nature. She is most inspired by the beauty and shapes of gourds. Because each gourd has its own personality, it allows Linda to create one-of-a kind pieces of art.
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