Location #11 on the Oxford Studio Tour

Oh dear, seven locations left to cover and only four more days to blog until the tour this weekend.  How did this happen?

This artist is known for her depictions of the beautiful Canadian Shield, especially as it exists in Killarney Provincial Park, where she spends as much time as she can.  These are truly lovely to behold.  Don’t miss this stop!



363 Oxford Avenue,  Ingersoll

Danielle GardnerGardner_GraniteRidgeHawkCliffsm

Legacy artist of the Group of Seven, painting the Ontario landscape.  Commissions/lessons available.



Location #10 on the Oxford Studio Tour

Yikes.  Has it been two days since we posted?  So it has.  Artists have a warped sense of time, you know.  I’m sure if you personally know any artists, you’ll agree with us.  But then again, we are very busy right now getting ready for this tour!!

This location has some really interesting media – check out all of the descriptions here.  These are some things you are going to want to get a nice personal look at.  And the setting at this location is really pretty – once you cross the train tracks in the driveway, you are approaching the bank of part of a river/pond which the property looks over.


MAP Note: Railroad tracks cross the driveway.  You may wish to park in the area to the left of the driveway between the road and the tracks, for safety when leaving so you don’t have to back  your vehicle across the tracks.

584591 Beachville Rd.  Beachville

Lesley Penwill penwill3sm

Wire jewellery in exciting configurations of semi-precious stones,  hand textured metals and  beautiful beads.





Paulette Robertson  robertson3jpgsm

Whimsical clay artist who has recently developed a passion for wool and primitive rug hooking.







Maggie Robinson Robinsongrab

Fibres, beads and paint – a day without creating is like a day without sunshine.







Janet Whittington whittington6sm

Timeless artisanal jewellery using precious metal clay, 24 k gold, sterling silver and semi-precious stones.

Location #9 on the Oxford Studio Tour

Well, WordPress tells us NO ONE saw the last post.  How is this possible?  Aren’t you wonderful people all subscribing and sharing the fantastic talent in Oxford County?  We are surprised at you.  Next time we come back to post something, we are hoping you will have remedied this situation.  Artists need help you know.  Otherwise they STARVE.

Here we are with four artists again, and a great variety, all at one stop.  And you should really go there because we happen to know it is a great place and these are such nice people!  Not to mention the art is fantastic.  You will be glad you went.



404716  Beaconsfield Rd.   Burgessville

Linda Yeoman  yeoman 2

Unique gourd sculptures retaining organic integrity and mixed media washi & vintage collages.







Heather MacIntosh, A.O.C.A.  heathermacintosh1sm

Dramatic landscapes in watercolour and innovative mixed media collages.



Frankie Armitage  frankie armitage

Original paintings in acrylic and oil in a variety of styles and subject matter.





Kristi Osinga  OsingaKristi1sm

A complement of watercolour and natural colours including coffee and walnut ink on canvas and paper.



Location #8 on the Oxford Studio Tour

Surprise!  Bet you’ve been waiting for this all day… and then went to bed.  And now it might be tomorrow.  Sorry about that, thought we had today all taken care of, but we were mistaken.  This one is worth the wait, though.  FOUR artists in one place!  These artists are not in their home studios but at the Station Arts Centre in Tillsonburg.  Some of them (like Deb, another of our tour organizing people) do their best work there though (i.e. pottery AND running the place).   This is a great bunch of artists.

We thank the Station for being our ‘umbrella’ organization!



Station Arts Centre, 41 Bridge St. W Tillsonburg

Deb Beard deb raku 2 2015

Sculpted and thrown ceramic works.






Tabitha Verbuyst  tabithaverbuyst2

Mixed media works using ink, watercolour and acrylics, capture beauty in the damaged, unique and forgotten.






Jason Puhr  puhr1sm

Textures, techniques and materials combine to tickle your imagination and ignite your senses.





Jared Smith  jared smith 1

Mixed media landscapes and satire on weathered wood and metal.



Location #7 on the Oxford Studio Tour

As if you needed more reasons to get to Otterville – just outside of town there is the studio of the founder herself, and she hosts our good friend who designs the brochures and posters for the tour.  Core people!!

You should really mark your calendars now if you haven’t already (April 30 & May 1), and have a look at the map of the whole tour.



165548 New Road, Otterville

Sue Goossenssnowed in (800x572)

A distinct watercolour style….. Gallery in her home is open all year by appointment.



Rhonda Franks Franks Cardinal LRsm

Realistic wildlife and nature paintings in acrylic and watercolour with beautiful attention to detail.



Location #6 on the Oxford Studio Tour

At the south end of the county is one single artist with several different styles.  You might be surprised they are all hers!  And her studio is only a stone’s throw from the lovely and historic Otterville Mill and the waterfall over the dam.

Did we mention Lianne is also the one who prepares the website each year?



229 Main St. W.,  Otterville

Lianne Todd

Vivid watercolours and digital art reflecting nature’s patterns with depth and unique vision.


liannetodd.wordpress.com & fractaliart.com

Location #5 on the Oxford Studio Tour

Get out to the countryside, pick up some art from the countryside, (while you’re at it, go buy some cheese) and bring it home.  Now you can stay on the couch and visit the countryside!

A big thank you to ALL of our tour sponsors!



445574 Gunn’s Hill Rd.  Woodstock

Janice MarshallMarshall.2. caught in the crosshairssm

The awesome powers of nature captured in photographic art bring the countryside home to you!