Annabel Stanley grew up under the umbrella of an artistic family. Her great Grandfather was Charles Henry Augustus Lutyens, a famous portrait painter, and father to Sir Edwin Lutyens, an architect. The latter was very influential in the Arts and Crafts movement alongside garden designer Gertrude Jekyll from the early last century.
Lee is an instructor teaching elements of power carving and is the owner of Peachi Tikis Custom Carvings here in Peachland. Lee is a professional chainsaw carver. Lee spent 14 years in sales, and business management.
Victoria born and raised in my family in the burbs of Vancouver, working for a large company for 31 years. I retired in 2019 and in the spring of 2020, relocated to wonderful Peachland. I’ve raised a son and daughter and now reap the glorious benefits of 3 grandchildren. I learned to crochet as a Brownie to earn…
Dawn is a registered yoga therapist, Ayurvedic councillor, personal trainer, trail runner and forager. Honouring the Indigenous peoples landscapes she runs enviro fitness workouts using all of the forest’s obstacles. With Dawn’s Ayurveda training she has been designing body care products
As a hi’story’an and counsellor, Denise Miller combines her love of story and her fascination with people to offer an eye-opening look at communication and relationship dynamics. She presents keynotes, performs concerts, and coaches people in individual sessions or personal and professional development workshops.
Ever since I was a young girl, I was always interested in several different crafting mediums but about 25 years ago I was introduced to stained glass and have been hooked ever since. I describe it as designing and building your own unique glass puzzle. Working with the various colors, textures
Kelowna artist Linda Lovisa paints Alla Prima. (Direct approach) This type of painting keeps the colours fresh and vibrant while mixing direct on the canvas. Her techniques include Impressionism, symbolism, and abstraction. Although she works primarily in acrylic, she continues to explore a wide range of media including pastel.
Brian is a third-generation restauranteur/chef from Edmonton. Born into the family restaurant business, he started working at the age of fourteen. Upon graduation from high school, Brian attended the Hotel and Restaurant Administration at S.A.I.T. in Calgary. He managed the family restaurant business,
With the motto of “let’s just try it” the love of all felty things has inspired Denise to continue to create with wool and use the medium exclusively in her studio. Continuing the journey of felting has led Denise to seek instructors both nationally and internationally to further her practice of felting. Please join her as she shares her love of felt and its continuing creative possibilities
I have been a geocacher since 2006, with almost 8,000 finds and around 85 caches. I have found geocaching to be a great hobby that includes many things I like to do, such as: searching out new places, hiking, kayaking, sailing, and camping.
Silvana studied jewelry making and silversmithing at Mohawk College, Sheridan College, The Burlington Art Centre and the Beadflow studio in Hamilton. Her work has been published in Bead & Button Magazine, Beadwork and the Canadian Beading Magazine, and she has won awards for her designs.