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Paul Stewart began his pottery carrier in 1985 as a second-generation potter. In his studio located in Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood he produces functional porcelain pottery, while exploring . I have also raku firing, saggerware and other, more spontaneous firing techniques.
Woodturning by Sam Meandro - Design by Nature - passion for the natural environment has inspired his appreciation for the art of woodturning. Functional and creative wood pieces from sustainable, reclaimed or repurposed sources that are locally sourced. 
Pam Mayhew is part of Porter Mayhew Studios. She paints and sketches plein air and then creates studio pieces based on her travels in Western, Central and Eastern Canada. Her work plays between abstraction and realism, always emphasizing colour as form.
Hereward Farms is located in East Garafraxa in the Hamlet of Hereward where they grow lavender and produce their own spa-like quality skincare products - a true farm to skin local Canadian company that buys only Canadian supplies and plants (our plants are from Nova Scotia!).  They are family owned and operated and their family founded the area over five generations ago and still live in this area.
The Cottonist was founded in 2017 to bring the amazing quality of cotton textiles to more people. We work with local artisans in Turkey to produce beautiful 100% cotton products, including towels, blankets, and clothing. The Cottonist is built around sustainability, from how we source our raw materials to how you can use our products.
Stone and Soy Handcrafted launched in 2020 as an expression of self that transcends into design and functionality. Each piece is handcrafted in Ontario, Canada with love and attention to detail. The product line consists of; cement bowls/ planters, soy wax candles, trays, side tables/plant stands, paper towel holders and other home decor items made out of cement.
Little Knotty Farmhouse is a small home business started by a mom of four, and based in Niagara, Ontario, creating unique handmade macramé items with a bohemian/farmhouse flair. Everything from wall hangings and plant hangers to baby swings and wedding décor.