Petrofka Orchard is an apple orchard and vegetable farm. Our goal is to produce fresh, healthy and sustainably grown food for local customers.
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Karen’s passion is in the field of photography – natural light and compose within the lens. The quiet drive down country roads and ready to capture local flora, wildlife and landscape – this is what inspires her.
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.
Carol’s favourite subject is capturing the beauty in nature; it is often inspirational and spiritual.
Using a simple SLR Canon, he finds the details of the world around him and interprets their place among us with minor computer enhancements.
Iva enjoys working in the various art forms, painting with water colour, acrylics, sketching, beading, leather work and with fabrics.
Ken has been carving wood about 40 some odd year and uses a variety of different types of wood.
Ev McDonald is an Artist Photographer whose body of work includes landscape, cityscape, still life, and plant life.
Formerly know as Denim Creations Made by Pat
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 204 – 1st Avenue on the south end of Leask.
Connie’s leather creations designs and makes many unique items made from soft/vegetable tanned leathers, furs and fabric.
Lori is a wild flower who has lived in all parts of Canada from East to West and finally settled down in the middle of it all at Blaine Lake, Saskatchewan.
Hubert designs and makes tools in his well-equipped blacksmith shop.
Antique glassware, license plates, tobacco and oil tins, old tools, records, bottles, postcards, calendars, misc. books, fruit jars, jewelry, and more.
With her daughter-in-law, Delia, and granddaughter, Rae-Ann, Harders Traditional Crafts ´represents three generations of weavers and needle workers.