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"The WAVE Artists Studio Tour"? - Winnipeg Beach Arts & Culture Co-op

Gimli

The vastness of our "Inland Oceans"’ inspires many artisans of "The WAVE" Artists Studio Tour on the west side of Lake Winnipeg. These bi-annual self-guided driving tours are held in June & September, granting you access to a multitude of fine art forms and mediums of more than 35...

The vastness of our "Inland Oceans"’ inspires many artisans of "The WAVE" Artists Studio Tour on the west side of Lake Winnipeg. These bi-annual self-guided driving tours are held in June & September, granting you access to a multitude of fine art forms and mediums of more than 35 artisans. Identify stops on the tour by the blue and white flags guiding you to each studio. The artisans invite you to their studios. Talk about their work. Discover their inspiration. Take home a special Interlake-inspired treasure, to remind you of your visit. See www.watchthewave.ca for details and the Wave Tour map and brochure.

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Authentic Iron

Ochre River

Custom-made, hand-forged iron furnishings.

Custom-made, hand-forged iron furnishings.

Phone:
204-447-3116

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Creative Spirit

Barrows

A unique gift store with wild herbal teas (Labrador, mint, hyssop), salves, balms, twig wreaths, birch bark bitings and other wild crafts by local Aboriginal artisans. Stay in year‑round guest houses or an authentic Aboriginal teepee. Enjoy workshops for making wreaths, tapping birch, gathering fiddle heads, harvesting teas and more.
DVDs available.

A unique gift store with wild herbal teas (Labrador, mint, hyssop), salves, balms, twig wreaths, birch bark bitings and other wild crafts by local Aboriginal artisans. Stay in year‑round guest houses or an authentic Aboriginal teepee. Enjoy workshops for making wreaths, tapping birch, gathering fiddle heads, harvesting teas and more.
DVDs available.

Phone:
204-545-6215

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Fishfly Gallery

Winnipeg Beach

An eclectic collection of fine art at the Fishfly Gallery – a favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour. Located in the heart of Winnipeg Beach, this enticing venue specializes in handcrafted scarves, small one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery and jewellery.

An eclectic collection of fine art at the Fishfly Gallery – a favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour. Located in the heart of Winnipeg Beach, this enticing venue specializes in handcrafted scarves, small one-of-a-kind pieces of pottery and jewellery.

Phone:
204-389-5661

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K M Kreations

Fork River

Rural prairie-themed artwork and other artisan products.

Rural prairie-themed artwork and other artisan products.

Phone:
204-657-2405

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Mirror Images

Sandy Hook

Using ordinary mirrors to create unique artistic designs Norm Magnusson began his career path in 1985 by learning glass cutting and polishing. He uses mirrors to symbolize our spirit and heritage, from fishing to agriculture, nature to recreation. Over the past years his work has found his way to...

Using ordinary mirrors to create unique artistic designs Norm Magnusson began his career path in 1985 by learning glass cutting and polishing. He uses mirrors to symbolize our spirit and heritage, from fishing to agriculture, nature to recreation. Over the past years his work has found his way to over 25 countries, commissioned for specific work on numerous occasions. Norm grew up in Magnusville, an Icelandic fishing village on Lake Winnipeg, This early influence shows thru in his work. A stop on the bi-annual The WAVE Studio Artists Tour.

Phone:
204-642-7774

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South of the Lakes Art Tour with Prairie Oak Regional Arts Council

Stonewall

This talented group of creative artists call the southwest area of the Interlake home. Tour the Stonewall, Warren, Rosser, Stony Mountain and Teulon area to be inspired by any of the 15-plus participating artisans who will showcase their creations and talent at their annual mid September art show. Often a group of artisans gather at one location to increase your experience, allowing greater interaction with the artisans. Creative art classes offered at the 55+ Centre in Stonewall.

This talented group of creative artists call the southwest area of the Interlake home. Tour the Stonewall, Warren, Rosser, Stony Mountain and Teulon area to be inspired by any of the 15-plus participating artisans who will showcase their creations and talent at their annual mid September art show. Often a group of artisans gather at one location to increase your experience, allowing greater interaction with the artisans. Creative art classes offered at the 55+ Centre in Stonewall.

Phone:
204-467-9991

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The Mermaid's Kiss Gallery

Gimli

A must on your cultural tour of the Interlake, this charming gallery in Gimli features fine art crafted in all mediums by many talented artisans. Owner, Linda Vermeulen, uses fine glass from Murino, Italy in her one of a kind specialty, Lampwork glass jewellery. Photography, another of Linda’s loves, features amazing images captured around the Interlake. Framing services are available for your treasured photos and artwork. A favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour.

A must on your cultural tour of the Interlake, this charming gallery in Gimli features fine art crafted in all mediums by many talented artisans. Owner, Linda Vermeulen, uses fine glass from Murino, Italy in her one of a kind specialty, Lampwork glass jewellery. Photography, another of Linda’s loves, features amazing images captured around the Interlake. Framing services are available for your treasured photos and artwork. A favourite stop along “The WAVE” Studio Tour.

Latitude:
50.631450

Longitude:
-96.990200

Phone:
204-642-7453

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Wild Things

Dawson Bay

Wild Things began with a berry picking hobby and a lot of wild fruit around Dawson Bay and Mafeking. All jellies and jams are made from wild product — rose hips, rose petals, dandelions, mint, hawthorns and moss berries, as well as the wild varieties of cranberry, pincherry, chokecherry, blueberry, saskatoon, raspberry, strawberry and red and black currants. Syrups are also made from these wild fruits. Manitoba maple and birch trees are tapped to make tasty syrups.

Wild Things began with a berry picking hobby and a lot of wild fruit around Dawson Bay and Mafeking. All jellies and jams are made from wild product — rose hips, rose petals, dandelions, mint, hawthorns and moss berries, as well as the wild varieties of cranberry, pincherry, chokecherry, blueberry, saskatoon, raspberry, strawberry and red and black currants. Syrups are also made from these wild fruits. Manitoba maple and birch trees are tapped to make tasty syrups.

Directions:
Products are sold from the artist?s home in Dawson Bay, 42 km north (26 miles) and 4.4 km (2-3/4 miles) east of Mafeking.

Phone:
204-545-2098

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