21 Wellington Artist Co-Op & Emporium in Port Burwell, Ontario displays the art work of 40 local Artists. Serving Port Burwell, Aylmer, Port Rowan, Tillsonburg, St. Thomas and area and a popular tourist destination.
” Meet the Artists Series ” :
Meet DEBRA KUBU
Debra is an adept and prolific artist in the London area. Recently retired after 31 years from teaching visual arts with the Thames Valley District School Board. As a child she felt content when creating art which gave her the inspiration and vision to develop as an artist. Debra takes joy in painting different genre styles from still life and landscapes to contemporary art. Debra creates her art utilizing pure mediums such as oil pastels, oil paint, acrylic paint, watercolour and chalk pastels Debra’s true passion is Plein Air painting in the warmer months of the year where she embraces the romancing of a moment and fleeting light in a composition which is applied to her other forms of painting styles. Debra hopes to spend the rest of life sharing her vitality and expression of creativity with visual offerings for others to enjoy. Debra looks forward to teaching private and small group instruction in Visual Art. Education studies of visual art include Fanshawe College, the University of Western Ontario and Althouse College. Collectors of Debra’s art are local and international. Many exhibitions are ongoing and many awards achieved.
Meet CAROL SHELLY
Meet Carol Shelly. I enjoy the uniqueness of Encaustic Wax for my painting. I am a self-taught Artist after a friend showed me what to do. Never having done any kind of art work before seeing this. I felt it was something I could do. I have been doing encaustic wax for about eight years now. I have gradually worked my way into watercolour stamping and making various types of greeting cards. I am a life long resident of Port Burwell.
Meet ANGIE WELCH:
Meet Angie Welch. Angie retired from her 35 year career in 2012 and she’s loving the freedom to pursue some of her hobbies. She loves creating jewelry and has been successful in selling a lot of her items so she can continue to make more. Angie creates many one-of-a-kind designs incorporating fabrics, yarns, crystals, metal, etc. Angie tries to vary styles so there is something to complement any wardrobe. She also keeps her prices affordable so those who like more than one item can afford to purchase all they admire. Angie will continue to bring her jewelry to 21 Wellington Artist Co-op & Emporium so you can find gifts for yourself or others.
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