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Beth Cairn’s passions are downhill and backcountry skiing, mountain biking, hiking and the mountains. She expresses this through her art and passion for woodworking which she inherited from her Uncle, a master woodworker in Ste. Adele, Quebec. Each piece is drawn on a tableau of wood then the negative space removed using a rotary tool, a router to soften the edges and further details by hand. She then paints them with acrylic paint and frames each with solid fir.
Don Gardner/Gardner Associates
Builder of birch bark canoes, skin kayaks, bows, harpoons, etc. for museums and as workshops in schools in native communities.
Limited edition giclee prints and commissioned works of Art. The wood medium combined with intense colours and bold simple lines lends itself to the expression of strength, majesty and haunting beauty in his mountain landscapes.
Woodturner – bowls vases, goblets, etc.
Functional art, fun with natural branches. Tables, chairs, and benches constructed from birch, diamond willow, and alder. Commissioned works.
Stampede Artist Ranch Project
Each year the Stampede funds a small group of selected contemporary artists to spend a weekend in Longview to experience the western way of life on an authentic working ranch. The artists then create works of art reflecting on ranch life through the expression of their own contemporary styles. The impact of the experience can be quite magical. The completed bodies of work from each of the artists are shown together at the Western Showcase Exhibit in the Artist Ranch Booth throughout the Stampede. We are looking for submissions from contemporary artists for our 2017 retreat which will take place September of 2017.
Custom woodwork, cabinetry and furniture designs. Working with a variety of woods and materials our designs range from traditional to state of the art, contemporary to eclectic. Call to visit the studio Monday to Friday or by appointment after hours.