The WAVE at Studio 410 means that there will be art in action! Changing every season, Gayle provides a different glimpse of the creative process—engaging visitors in the journey. What will it be this tour season? Check out www.facebook.com/studio410.ca/
Three more reasons to weigh anchor at Studio 410:
Experience Lake-as-Muse in Gayle’s creative space in Winnipeg Beach. Pigments wash over canvas and paper, clay squishes into form—her works whisper secrets about our great prairie ocean. See more at www.gaylehalliwell.com
Studio 410 is an adventure – Adventures with Art! As a participating artist, Gayle will provide workshops, presentations, and activities focussed on Lake Winnipeg and the Interlake. A live-aboard boater and seasoned keynote speaker, Gayle will capture audiences at your events and in your location. From 20 to 90 minutes, these can be paired with a hands-on art experience or action-oriented activity if desired. Check out the Year Round tab on www.watchthewave.ca
First Fridays at the Beach is on the first Friday of every month at Studio 410. A few hours spent in laughter, conversation, and creativity. From book launches to workshops, a celebration of creativity. Firstfridayswinnipegbeaches.ca
AND, you get to see Pelican’s Pouch, Gayle’s Interlake Barn Quilt Trail entry. Find more at www.interlakebarnquilts.com
Gayle is an active member of The WAVE Artists’ Studio Tour, cre8ery gallery, the Gimli Art Club, Creative Manitoba, Uniquely Manitoba, and The Gwen Fox Gallery. Her studio is open year-round for First Friday events, www.firstfridayswinnipegbeaches.ca and by appointment, see www.gaylehalliwell.com.
410 Silverdale Avenue, Winnipeg Beach
Whimsical Windows and Words
Although windows will always be my passion it isn’t just about windows anymore. It’s about the day after the storm and finding driftwood washed up on the shore and repurposing anything that can be considered WHIMSICAL
24 Deaconia, Matlock
Jerry grew up in rural Mb. (Inglis & Arborg). Those formative years gave him a deep appreciation for nature and art. Wildlife drawings and caricatures of friends were common place. Jerry chose Policing as a career and as such soon became an accomplished Police/forensic artist, retiring to the Interlake (Arborg) after 25 years. “I have tried my hand at most every type of art, but cartooning remains a constant.”
It was somewhat ironic that he studied at the Scottsdale Artists School and decades later, returned to Arizona as a retired snowbird. It was in Arizona that he started his book of cartoons, “SnowBird Sketches (Emil goes south for the winter)”. The book laughs at the ups and downs of getting old. Arizona also got him involved with gourds.
Jerry’s art is inspired by his son Steve who passed on Dec.3 2013 from Brain Cancer (31 yrs.).
“Live life with a sense of humour and never waste a day.”
Studio #10 (At the Studio of Alex Reinhardt - #35)
784 Earl Grey Road, St. Andrews
Facebook - Jerry Maryniuk Art
Pencil and Brush Studio
When Terry retired a number of years ago, she decided to take up her art full time. From creating art as a hobby, with investments of time, finances and heartfelt inspiration, Terry has wholeheartedly embraced the world she loves in her very own artistic space, Pencil & Brush Studio, located in Sandy Hook, MB.
For the last 11 years or so, Terry has been dedicating her time to the medium of Coloured Pencil. Her work is extremely detailed resulting in realistic artworks of people, places and things that speak to her. She also works in watercolours, acrylics, and oils as well as conducting workshops for “newcomers” to the increasingly popular world of coloured pencil. (WAVE - September long weekend only)
Come visit me on my Artist Website or my Facebook and Twitter page:
64 Nicklaus Drive, Sandy Hook
My attraction to sand begins with rock which when crushed becomes sand. Every grain of sand is a testimony to an ancient world. I feel the ancient world unfolds on my canvas and through the sand & gesso a new history is created. Harnessing the light through the relief of paintings reveals shapes and shadows of both the new and ancient worlds.
Sculpting the sand & gesso onto glass & mirror and adding forest fragments has opened up a new world with its own stories to tell. Some of my current work is informed by the state of the forest offering an opportunity to contemplate the past and the future.
21 Grove, Whytewold
Amanda is a painter and textile artist, and now a new author! Amanda's family cottage at Ponemah hosts "Mandart North," her summer studio in the bunk house. The school year is spent in Winnipeg's Historic Exchange District where she has maintained a full-time studio practice since 2001. A graduate of Australia's premier Art School, Amanda works in all mediums and explores colour and its many relationships.
"Blending colour, words, nature, and light, Amanda weaves inspiration on a relatable and human level." (Angela McB)
Stop in to see what has bloomed in her garden and indoors on her walls year round. Mandart North is open for both June and August/September WAVEs.
13 Melville Lane, Ponemah
McKenzie Homestead Studio
In her blue studio, nestled in the trees… Julia’s brushes are out again! Painting and experimenting with other media are what’s happening this year and the artwork may be wet! The BIG RED ONE is her new book of 151 immigrant portraits titled “From All Walks of Life.” It has portraits drawn and stories written from the perspective of newcomers to Canada, from 200 years ago to present. Portraiture is Julia’s passion. But to her everything is a portrait: people, pets, trees, the lake, roads and laneways, even telephone poles. Nothing is out of the question when it comes to subject matter. So what is your passion? Let’s talk about art and what thrills you at The McKenzie Homestead Studio.
2868 McKenzie Road, Winnipeg Beach
Melaney’s uniquely creative approach to painting has produced a large body of work, reflecting her life experiences in touching and imaginative ways. From the serenity of her studio in the woods, images of her environment emerge, each piece bursting with delightful colour, texture, shape and light. Working with fluid mediums such as watercolour, acrylic, and ink allows for the freedom of expression and variety she is known for. Her work often begins with an 'under-painting' in which she discovers a theme, which in turn leads to a visual 'story'.
Her more than 30 years as a working artist and instructor promises an intriguing and delight collection of paintings.
59 Van Boh Lane, Spruce Sands
Helma Rogge Rehders - H. RogueRaiders Studio Gallery
Originals by H.RogueRaiders. Coddiwomples galore, acrylic paintings of marsh & lake. Curious repurposed beach flotsam. Helma's quintessential spoken word poetry to every lake season. Functional pots by Gabriele. Eclectic art objects by Marianne.
247 Laurel Avenue, Winnipeg Beach
Open May through October by chance
Year round by appointment