2021 News & Events
For my life partner, PAUL FEIST!
You can join Nora Fountain as she Interviews Authors of 3 featured books, including Paul's novel, BROKEN ANCHOR.
Tickets available online at muskokachautauqua.com
July 2, 2021 - Cover photo on the Muskokan newspaper! What a nice surprise that was...promoting the Muskoka Arts & Crafts online Summer show.
Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ summer show going virtual for 2021
Thursday, July 8, 2021
Patrons can shop from home on group's new website
This year, Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ 59th Annual Summer Show is going to look different. It’s going to be held online on the organization’s newly redesigned and rebranded website, https://muskokaartsandcrafts.com.
It’s an exciting move as customers will be able to shop from the comfort of their home, cottage, while enjoying a walk outdoors or boating on a lake. Muskoka Arts & Crafts is looking forward to this new evolution of the 2021 Summer Show and its members hope their followers share the enthusiasm.
This change has been prompted by accommodating the way people are now making their art purchases as well as the shifting state of the current global pandemic. Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ first and foremost priority continues to be for the safety and health of its artists, volunteers, customers, service providers, staff and community...
Art Fx #1 : “Inner Beauty” by Janice Feist
BY DOPPLER SUBMITTED ON JUNE 17, 2021
Art Fx is a series on South Muskoka Doppler featuring local visual artists.
“Inner Beauty” by Janice Feist is a 36’’ x 48’’, acrylic on canvas.
“They say you can see a horse’s soul through its eyes,” says Feist. “This horse has beauty in his soul. With quiet confidence, his eyes look and take in the beauty of his surroundings.”
“I was raised in rural Ontario, where our family home was surrounded by farmer’s fields. I cannot recall a time that horses haven’t affected me in some manner. Their impact inspired me to recently create an equine series of paintings. I love the sweet aroma of hay in a barn, the scent of a horse; especially when stroking a horse’s neck under its mane, and feeling the softness of a horse’s muzzle in my hand.” ...