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Woodturning By Don Skopyk 

306-290-9538

papadonskopyk@gmail.com

Don Skopyk is a retired shop teacher who creates table tops from found wood and resin. He gathers most of his wood while travelling through the winter months. The samples of used wood he has brought  from Greece and Israel. 

Sizes of tables range from coffee table size to small round side tables. He also makes table legs in a variety of styles.

Located at:  118 Highway 340 (2nd St. West), Hafford

 

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Farm Girl Antics

306-314-4655 

crystalsheri33@gmail.com 

Crystal Ruchotzke welcomes you into her corner of the world, with a multitude of creative, inspiring art, showing her love of refinished/repurposed solid wood furniture and bottle art focusing on and honoring the female image, capturing movement and dance.

Also other art forms include barn wood, resin, and crochet. Crystal invites you to visit the Old Ottawa Schoolhouse and step into reliving the past with the warmth of old friends & make new ones. It is the home of future art classes.

 Located at: 10km straight east on
grid #454 Wingard Ferry Rd.

 

 

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Stainless Steel Plaques

306-466-2094  (No Email)

Glen Bloom started making stainless steel grave markers for family members whose markers needed replacement.

He has since begun taking custom orders for others.

Glen gets great enjoyment from the families’ happiness at being able to permanently mark the grave of a loved one. 

He will also create decorative and commemorative Plaques for buildings or monuments.

Located at: The Butler Building at 101 Railway Ave.
East end of Main Street, Leask.
 

 

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Carmen & Diane Larsen Crafts

306-371-9358

bearcub1benji@gmail.com

Both Carmen and Diane have been crafting items as hobbies for nearly 40 years.

Carmen uses reclaimed wood to make signs, baskets and other items; he also works with live edge wood.

Diane designs and crochets her creations as Afghans, dish cloths, scarves along with Christmas and Pine Cone Wreaths. Diane also enjoys working with diamond art.

Located At: 51 Main St., Leask

 

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Venue Site #2.  Pagangel Productions
March 82016

Christine has been fascinated with photography as a medium for artistic expression since she was a child. Trying to capture the magic in the world around her, always seeing something new, has always been inspiring.

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Venue Site #3a.  Aldina Pictographs – Carol Lafond (Only Showing Saturday 2024)
March 142016

Carol’s favourite subject is capturing the beauty in nature; it is often inspirational and spiritual.

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Venue Site #3b.  Aldina Pictographs – Harry Lafond (Not Showing 2024)
March 142016

Using a simple SLR Canon, he finds the details of the world around him and interprets their place among us with minor computer enhancements.

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Ken has been carving wood about 40 some odd year and uses a variety of different types of wood.

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Ev McDonald is an Artist Photographer whose body of work includes landscape, cityscape, still life, and plant life.

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Phil Hamel

 306-714-7037

randbcustomworks@sasktel.net

Phil always likes a challenge.  Inspired by nature and encouraged by Ernie Letendre , Phil has been learning the art of wood turning.  He enjoys showing his creations

Located at: The Butler Building at 101 Railway Ave.
East end of Main Street, Leask.

 

 

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Kathleen Montgomery and Bill McDonald

(Not Showing 2024)

(306) 466-9201
denimcreations@gmail.com

K&B Denim Creations and More creates useful items out of gently used denim (usually your old blue jeans!). They specialize in moccasin style slippers made with denim and fleece in a wide range of sizes up to Men’s size 15 that can be tossed into the washing machine whenever they need to be cleaned!

After living in Saskatoon for more than 30 years Bill and Kathleen decided it was time to try village life.  They chose the Leask area because of the friendly community, the close proximity to both Saskatoon and Prince Albert and the short drive to many regional lakes.  In February 2018, they purchased Denim Creations Made by Pat and after spending the first months training with Pat they moved the business 10 minutes up the road to Leask.  They continue to make slippers and other items from gently used denim.

Located at the Butler Building at the corner of
Railway Avenue and Main Street in Leask.

 

 

 

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Deb Anderson

(306) 852-9139

andersondeb393@gmail.com

Deb Anderson  has been doing stained glass for about 40 years as a hobby.  Deb moved to Leask in 2018 after living in a small town south of Lloydminster for over 30 years. “I just couldn’t part with all the glass just because I was relocating…” She has stained glasses from BC to Newfoundland. “I buy sheets of coloured glass, not doing colouring in the shop. It’s all designing, cutting, fitting, assembling and finishing.” Come and see the tools and techniques involved in stained glass construction. Working mostly on commissioned pieces, she makes anything from sun-catchers to church windows. “I love the colour, the textures, the jewels. It’s awesome to create beautiful things people enjoy.”

Located at the Butler Building at the corner of
Railway Avenue and Main Street in Leask.

 

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Connie’s leather creations designs and makes many unique items made from soft/vegetable tanned leathers, furs and fabric.

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Hubert designs and makes tools in his well-equipped blacksmith shop.

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John Chin

(306)-291-2717
jchin1957@gmail.ca

 

John Chin is a visual artist who enjoys the vastness and beauty of the prairies.  Some of the evening skies here are amazingly spectacular and he often captures them on his canvases, as well as our lakes, trees, night skies and occasionally the northern lights.  Besides painting on canvases and paper, he does silk scarf-painting, depicting his favourite flowers and landscapes.

 

Located at SE 30-45-04-03 EXT 2, 9 miles/14.5km east on grid road 454 towards the Wyngard Ferry at the corner of grid road 454 and the Carlton Trail.

 

 

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