Home Decor featured at Artfest Port Credit

Home is where the heart is and that's why Artfest Port Credit is showcasing such a unique selection of one-of-a-kind art pieces to decorate your home just how you like. Artfest Port Credit is featuring many talented artists this weekend and we are excited to offer such a vast collection of simply amazing home decor pieces!  You'll find many beautifully crafted items to choose from for your home and you will be amazed at the talent in these magnificent art and craft masterpieces!

Decorating your home with hand crafted art pieces will make your house stand out from the rest.  And possibly...start a conversation.  At Artfest, we have many exhibitors featuring their home decor artwork.  Bring home a conversational piece this weekend from Artfest Port Credit and make your home 'magazine' style.  

Check out the slideshow below to view some of our home decor pieces offered this year at Artfest Port Credit:

Located in beautiful Memorial Park in the picturesque downtown of Port Credit. There is something for everyone at Artfest!

FREE admission.

Posted on May 24, 2017 .

Hot Air Balloon Rides at Artfest Port Credit!

On Artfest Port Credit opening night, we are pleased to offer FREE hot air balloon rides at Port Credit Memorial Park!  Join in on the fun and get up in the air!  The view is spectacular and the experience is worth it all!  

When: This Friday, May 26th, from 6pm - 8pm ONLY!  

Where: Memorial Park Artfest Port Credit

Proudly presented by Remax sales representative, Teresa Pamatat - donations will be accepted for local art programming. 

Remax Sales Representative, Teresa Pamatat
RE/MAX Realty Enterprises Inc., Brokerage
Office:  905-278-3500
Cell:  416-728-7653(SOLD)

Posted on May 24, 2017 .

Artfest to showcase spectacular glass art by: Tobias Moriarty!

Tobias Moriarty began working with glass five years ago when he founded his glass art business, Moriarty Glass. Having originally studied and worked in ceramics, Tobias found his true passion in glass blowing. Seeking to create high quality, hand-made and original blown glass art, he is dedicated to working with this material and mastering his skills as a glass blower.


Tobias is an emerging glass artist currently working and residing in Burlington/Hamilton Ontario. Focusing primarily on utilitarian products and house hold decorative art pieces, his works make excellent gifts for all occasions. New product lines and designs will coming soon so check in often ~ Moriarty Glass. Focusing primarily on utilitarian products and house hold decorative art pieces his works make excellent gifts for all occasions. New product lines and designs will coming soon!

Moriarty Glass Art will be available for purchase at the upcoming Artfest Port Credit show.  And should you miss that one, you'll find his glass art at the Distillery District, this Sept. at Artfest Toronto! 

Contact Tobias Moriarty

2113 Cleaver Ave - Burlington 

Phone: +1.9056168554

e:mail: tobiasmoriarty@gmail.com

Posted on May 24, 2017 and filed under Glass.

Girls Private School Exhibiting at Artfest Port Credit

Holy Name of Mary College School is an independent Catholic school for girls in grades 5-12. Set on a picturesque seven acre setting in Mississauga, the school is guided by their founders, the Felician Sisters & the Basilian Fathers, two icons of Catholic education. 

The College provides a high achieving, university preparatory programme to guide bright, curious and dedicated students by shaping their minds and touching their hearts.  The schools distinctive balance of support, encouragement, and nurturing relationships prepares students to meet the challenges and uncertainties of a changing world with resiliency and a strong moral compass. 

A unique tapestry of academic excellence, athletics, arts, outdoor education, and co-curricular activities combined with leadership experience provides countless engaging opportunities for girls to be inspired and leverage their voices. It is a school distinguished by excellence that invigorates the student experience and celebrates the uniqueness of every girl, in a culture of academic achievement that builds self confidence and empowers girls to become influential leaders of change.

Eliza Trotter, Director of Growth and Development

Holy Name of Mary College School

e:mail: etrotter@hnmcs.ca

Tel: 905-891-1890 Fax: 905-891-2082

Web: www.hnmcs.ca

Youtube: HNMCSVideo

Twitter: @HNMCS

~ Proudly affiliated with St. Michael’s College School ~ 

Artfest Port Credit ~ May 26 - 28

Please join us in celebrating Canada's 150th birthday with special arts programming at our upcoming Artfest show at Memorial Park in Port Credit, Ontario.  Located on the picturesque mouth of the Credit River and Lake Ontario, Artfest is thrilled to launch the summer by celebrating Canada's top artists & artisans! 

Featuring pottery, glass, jewellery, paintings, wood turning, gourmet foods, live music and more!  Artfest Port Credit offers children's art classes and the show begins Friday at 4pm and ends Sunday at 5pm.

Artfest Port Credit is a FREE event. Click here to see who's is exhibiting.  There is something for everyone at our Artfest shows! 

Port Credit is one of Mississauga's top cultural, entertainment and culinary districts boasting world class restaurants and award-winning festivals and events. With unique shops and services, Port Credit is also an ideal destination for shopping and exploring. Artfest Port Credit is the newest prestigious event addition to the city and we look forward to a fun filled weekend.  Join us Friday night for FREE hot air balloon rides.  

Artfest Port Credit Show Times:

Friday 4pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

Posted on May 24, 2017 .

Beaver Pelts showcased at Artfest Port Credit!

Paula Lishman has developed, over the past 40 years, a unique patented process for turning high quality, prime Canadian Beaver, Fox, Sable and Muskrat pelts, into a reinforced fur yarn. Her trappers are primarily the Algonquins, who harvest in the cold Ottawa Valley winters when the beaver and fox fur is at its most plush.

The Algonquins utilize all parts of the animals. The pelt is dressed using a hand-pluck process, dyed, blocked then trimmed and cut by hand, with a razor blade, from the back of the leather into a very narrow strip, about 1/8" wide, always cutting from the outside edge, following the shape of the pelt to avoid joins. This thin strip is then twisted and reinforced, again by hand, with a very strong cotton yarn of the same colour. This forms a durable, evenly surfaced fur yarn, ready to knit, weave or crochet, to make a luxurious, washable and flexible fur fabric!

Cotton, Silk and Cashmere yarns are used in combination with the fur yarn to produce exquisite items. No lining, two-sided fur, utilizing the insulation that benefits the beavers all winter long. Paula Lishman makes by hand, shawls, scarves, hats, headbands, mittens, vests, jackets, ponchos and throws in many colours, styles and sizes. 

Posted on May 24, 2017 and filed under Clothing.

A touch of Europe at Artfest Toronto 2017!

The Story of the Historic Distillery District: A DREAM COMES TRUE

The Distillery Historic District opened in 2003 and today it is widely regarded as Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination. A place brimming with creativity and creative people, that can inspire dreams, and a place that can help them come true.
— Distillery Historic District

How The Distillery District came to be......

"Nearly 10 years ago a small group of visionary developers had a dream for Toronto. They looked at a derelict collection of Victorian Industrial buildings that had been pronounced a national historic site and imagined transforming it. Not into another “historic district” or “pioneer village” but into something exciting and unique. Something the city would be proud of. They wanted to create a place that would excite and inspire the senses. Where people could experience new ideas, new foods, new designs and new ways of living and working.

Our vision was to combine the romance and relaxing atmosphere of European walking and patio districts with the hip, cool dynamic of an area like New York City’s SoHo or Chelsea, where creative minds get together and you feel as if anything could happen.

Their dream was to provide a place where creativity would flourish and passion would be aroused – where artists, artisans, entrepreneurs and businesspeople could rub shoulders and inspire each other. So they began plans to restore the 47 buildings known as the Gooderham & Worts Distillery.

They harnessed the talent of hundreds of tradesmen and craftsmen who were skilled in working with 19th century timber, planks, stone and brick. They went to great lengths in the restoration process to repurpose original materials and brilliantly blend them with today’s modern materials and green technologies.

The result is nothing short of perfection. As the Toronto Star says: 'To enter The Distillery is to step back into an era of horse-drawn carts, windmills and sailing ships'. One can only marvel at the authentic exterior restoration that was achieved. But it is when you step inside the buildings that you truly realize the magnitude of what was accomplished.

What you will find is a dramatic fusion of old and new. An inspired blend of Victorian Industrial architecture and stunning 21st century design and creativity. The result is an internationally acclaimed village of one-of-a-kind stores, shops, galleries, studios, restaurants, cafes, theatres and more."

Source: The Historic Distillery District, Toronto, Ontario

Posted on May 16, 2017 and filed under Other.

Glass Art at Artfest Toronto this weekend!

We all know trying to find that perfect and unique glass art piece is next to impossible.  It's only at fine art and craft shows such as Artfest Toronto that you come across glass art that draws you in and makes you wonder; How in the world did they make that?

Well...at Artfest Toronto. this Victoria Day long weekend from May 20th - 22nd, we are happy to host a selection of fine glass artists along the cobble stone streets of the Distillery Historic District.  So, be sure to drop by our talented glass artists' booths to check out their astonishing art pieces. 

 La Glasseria 

La Glasseria 

Posted on May 16, 2017 and filed under Glass.

Brianna Mulvale features her folk art paintings at Artfest Port Credit!

Brianna Mulvale is a young full time Canadian artist and designer from Georgetown, Ontario. Her love for art and creating began in early childhood and is one of her main inspirations in life. Creating and painting is her everyday pleasure and commitment. Brianna creates folk art that is fun and whimsical, with a little bit of funk.

I try as an artist to present a reflection of the beauty in life with inspirations drawn from the otherwise mundane and inspired by what connects us all, even if not seen in the moment of time. 
Life is a series of ups and downs. Art should reflect this and be able to move you. I prefer to cheer people up. The thought is: we could all use a little extra happiness in our lives wherever we can get it. If I can make someone smile with my art, then I have succeeded.”
— Brianna Mulvale

Brianna works with acrylic on canvas and her themes are based on folk art.. Her paintings depict sweet characters inhabiting a charming hilly land. Her paintings are full of a collection of houses, hills, hot air balloons, scarecrows, horses, dogs, cows and cats, kites, kids, and snowmen.

Her use of vibrant colours creates an enchanting world that draws you in. Brianna also creates giclée archival prints and blank greeting card reproductions of her work. All of the imaging is completed by her and the prints are produced in Halton, Ontario.

Check out Brainna's Artwork here.  Her funky, folk artwork will be showcased at Artfest Port Credit, from May 26 - 28th!  See you at the show! 

Posted on May 16, 2017 and filed under Paintings.

Metal Mind Forge ~ Kyle Thornley

Blacksmith artisan, Kyle Thornley - will be exhibiting his metal artwork at our Artfest Port Credit show, May 26th- 28th!  

Kyle Thornley has been in both the artistic and architectural blacksmiths field since 2005 with the establishment of Metal Mind Forge in 2009.  Through commissioned works, functional pieces, architectural metalwork and exhibitions, he is deeply committed to the practice. Kyle finds blacksmith work totally engaging with both the intellectual and physical demands – visualizing a goal, establishing the creation process, and acting on that plan with a mind open to alterations and innovations in form.

This progression requires handling multiple images in rapid succession: the fire, the plasticity of the iron, the feel of the hammer, and the expectations for shape – a process that is both exciting and sustaining. 

Kyle uses both traditional techniques and modern processes to maximize the properties and integrity of the steel; the design possibilities with metal are infinite. When working with fire, manipulating the material, feeling the weight and textures, all senses are connected to the matter and the process.  This is when Kyle feels he fully understands the historic roots of blacksmithing’s in the human experience.

Kyle’s belief in the power of community to effect change is mirrored in the generous spirit of the global blacksmithing community through which he has incorporated knowledge and resources from master smiths around the world with his own individual study and experimentation.  Kyle has a strong commitment to share this rich and historic practice.

Each forged creation by Kyle Thornley of Metal Mind Forge is distinctive with unique features of texture, size and finish.  The blacksmithed metal designs range from traditional to contemporary highlighting the endless compositional possibilities of heat and hammers bringing life to industrial steel.  The products extend from functional to fine art  - from forged candle holders, shelving, fireplace tools to garden sculpture, art vessels, contemporary sculpture.

Posted on May 16, 2017 and filed under Sculpture, Other, Metal Art.

Artfest Gourmet Food Exhibitors to Delight your Palate!

Artfest Toronto visitors absolutely love food, that's why we have a scrumptious selection of fine gourmet foods available at all of our Artfest shows! 

We have gathered a delightful group of gourmet food artisans for you to choose from.  They are all fantastic and as you stroll through the art exhibits at the Distillery District in Toronto this Victoria Day long weekend, you will be enticed to sample, and likely purchase, many delicious treats!

Our Artfest Goumet Food exhibitors proudly mix together a fine selection of fresh and locally sourced ingredients to please each and every palate taste!  This year at the Distillery you'll find Pepperbrew Hot Sauces, Sprucewood Cookies, Carmichael MeatsWicket Gourmet, and Cooks Gourmet!  All to die for!!


Our Gourmet Food Exhibitors:

Pepper Brew Gourmet Pepper Sauces was created originally in the mountains of Jamaica and has quickly established its home in Ontario.  Pepper Brew Gourmet Pepper Sauces is the brainchild of Elizabeth Hill who created these original full-bodied, full-flavoured pepper sauces over 14 years ago.

The product was created out of a need to fill a void in the available choices of store brand pepper sauces that all competed for first-place in having a lot of heat, but lacking in flavor. What started out as a very special product shared among family and friends has now become a line of Canadian made pepper sauces that they are proud to share with the world.

Sprucewood Cookies has been exhibiting at Artfest shows now for several years. We love chef Mark! He is constantly evolving his recipe repertoire and adding new varieties to his line of addictive and delicious shortbread cookies. Sprucewood Cookies is the source for all natural and fabulous fine food products.

They are a young, creative, and committed team of foodies who manufacture high quality, small batch, handmade savory shortbread cookies, and pure dessert shortbread cookies. Share their passion for fine food and pure flavours and drop by their booth at the show for a sample of their delectable goodies. Sprucewood is "artisan" in their approach and all of their products are handmade with culinary love and care.

Carmichael Meats began when Dougal Carmichael started his concession business in 1976 selling confectionery products. Since then, Dougal attended many local fall fairs, craft shows and other events creating a successful small family business.  In 1987, Dougal expanded the business to include specialty meats.  Along with our traditional smoked beef and pork products, we also offer Venison, Kangaroo, Bison and other specialty meats.  

Carmichael Meats is now promoted at shows throughout Ontario.

Wicket Gourmet shares endless ideas for transforming meat, chicken, pork, seafood, tofu, veggies and more into "Feasts of Flavour". Go ahead, indulge yourself! Explore. When you're done contact Wicket Gourmet and treat yourself to the most incredible taste sensations you've ever experienced.

At Wicked Gourmet it's all about flavour & taste. Our goal is customer satisfaction.

Cook's Gourmet was established by Dave and Sandy Cook and boy oh boy are their gourmet food items delish!

Their delectable gourmet collection includes a fine selection of tapenades, tapas, infused oils, culinary herbs and a plethora of mouth-watering sauces! Stop by and try for yourself - you won't be disappointed!

About Artfest Toronto:

Artfest Toronto at the Distillery

Artfest Toronto hosts 2 outdoor art and craft shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto. FREE admission

Spring Art & Craft Show

May 20-22 2017 (Victoria Day Weekend)

11am to 6pm daily

See who is Exhibiting in 2017

Fall Fine Art & Craft Show

Sept 1-4 2017 (Labour Day Weekend)

11am to 6pm daily


Sabrina Parish leads Artfest Toronto's Children's Programming!

This Victoria Day long weekend at Artfest Toronto, send your children off to a FREE art workshop led by Sabrina Parrish.  

Sabrina Parrish was born and raised in the heart of Collingwood, Ontario. Her general interests lay in art, cooking and nature. She has been teaching young children as well as adult art classes for the past few years, working in schools, classrooms, galleries and studios.

Sabrina believes that working strong technical skills and historical components into lessons is important. Having said that, she also believes that having fun and being able to express yourself through art is equally as important.

Sabrina started with Artfest Kids in May 2014. She's travelled to the distillery in Toronto, Port Credit and Kingston for Artfest to develop and facilitate children's art programming. Sabrina's arts education started twenty years ago when her mom enrolled her for weekend art classes in Collingwood taught by none other than Artfest's show producer, Lory MacDonald. Sabrina was hooked.

Posted on May 15, 2017 and filed under Artfest Kids.

Special Children's Programming at Artfest Toronto!


Artfest Children's Programming

May 20 - 22 ~ Toronto, Distillery District

Artfest Kids Create & Learn

Kids love art and Artfest loves kids! This year at Artfest Toronto, we are offering a slew of amazing children's art workshops that you won't want to miss out on!   Get ready to join in on the creative fun with artist Sabrina Parrish as your Artfest Artist guide. Kids can drop in anytime to experience new art activities all weekend long from 11am-6pm.

Artfest Kids Toronto Schedule:

Collagraph Canadian Flags!

Show your Canadian pride by waving your handmade flag! Today we will be experimenting with Collagraph Printing techniques to create your own mini red and white Canada flag!

Watercolour Landscape Silhouettes!

Let’s explore Canada’s amazing scenic landscapes coast to coast - Artist’s will learn all about composition, foreground, middle groud, background and horizon lines using a variety of paint resist techniques. Come create a colourful Canadian landscape painting!

Make your own Pom Pom Creatures!

Learn how to create your own colourful, fluffy pom-poms! We will be adding on google eyes, feet, wings, antenna and tails to give our pom-poms their own unique personality!

Artfest Kids will bring out the creative nature in every child.  At Artfest, introducing children to the arts is one of our mandates and we have seen that creative kids become our innovative future leaders. As your family strolls through the Distillery District, you will notice many interesting things that the artists have created. Take advantage of opportunities to talk to artists and artisans from far and wide and learn about the methods they use for creating their art. There are amazing things to discover! We hope you’ll come and experience Artfest Kids fun!

View some of our Artfest children's creations here.

Posted on May 15, 2017 and filed under Artfest Kids.

Baby Gifts in Organic & Naturally Dyed Cotton

After a career in the fashion industry as a designer, manufacturer and teacher, Catherine Soucy ended up in the e-commerce industry. Nonetheless, her passion for sewing continues as a proud designer of  handmade and dyed, organic cotton baby clothing and gifts.

This year at the upcoming Artfest Kingston show for Canada Day long weekend, Catherine will be featuring her brand new line of organic cotton, handmade clothing, for babies. Should you happen to miss the Artfest Kingston show, Catherine will be also be exhibiting her fashion line in September at the ArtfestToronto show at the Distillery Historic District

Catherine Soucy's passion for sewing goes back to when she was just a small child.  She has always loved making clothing for kids.  At age four, Catherine began sewing and she hasn't stopped since.  Her one-of-a-kind Catherine Soucy clothing line is created with care and love from organic cotton that has been hand dipped in natural dyes.  

Catherine is thrilled to present you with her Eco-friendly collection of clothing and gifts for babies at two of Artfest Ontario's events, Kingston & Toronto. Visit her website to order online or to see her remarkable collection: https://www.catherinesoucy.ca/.

Artfest Line up - Quickly Approaching!

Celebrate Canada with Artfest Ontario! 

This year, we are celebrating Canada's 150th birthday and Artfest Ontario is excited to announce our summer line up of fine art and craft shows featuring Canada's top artists and craft designers!

Come join in on the excitement and kick start the spring season at our upcoming Artfest Toronto Show at the Historic Distillery District.  The show starts Saturday morning at 11 a.m. and runs daily from 11-6 right until holiday Monday at 6 p.m.  Canadian's across the country are celebrating Victoria Day in honour of Queen Victoria and her birthday, which falls on May 24, 1819.  Hence why Victoria Day weekend is also known as May 'two-four'.  

Artfest Toronto is showcasing some of Canada's finest art and craft work by exhibiting over 75 artists/artisans for over 10 years now. Check out our list of outstanding exhibitors here. Set along the cobblestone lanes of the District in downtown Toronto, Artfest will be exhibiting in the perfect setting in celebration of Victoria Day. The Distillery features an exquisite selection of fine restaurants and cafes and is home to a blend of Victorian Industrial architecture and 21st century buildings.  

From cozy comfort food to the decadence of French Fusion cuisine, the Distillery District’s restaurants are the perfect place to celebrate - whether it’s a milestone or just a beautiful day.
— The Distillery District

Artfest Toronto is a FREE event and hosts children's workshops, live music and a collection of gourmet foods to die for.  Check out our rockin' Artfest performers here and our Children's Art Programming here. Get ready, Artfest has a line up of four spectacular art and craft shows this spring, summer and fall!  Escape this Victoria Day long weekend and come see us at Artfest Toronto, May 20th to 22nd.  

Artfest Ontario 2017 Show Dates:

  1. Artfest Toronto at the Historic Distillery District - May 20 - 22
  2. Artfest Port Credit, Memorial Park - May 26 - 28
  3. Artfest Kingston, (where) - July 1-3
  4. Artfest Toronto at the Historic Distillery District - Sept. 1 - 4

Scroll through some of our exhibitors art and craft photos and have a sneak peak at what will be offered at this year's 2017 Artfest Toronto event at the Distillery District!   


Artfest Celebrates Canadian Art & Craft over the past 150 years!

Canadian Art & Craft over the past 150 years is something to certainly celebrate in recognition of our outstanding artists and artisans across the country. Please check out our Celebrating 150 Years of Canadian Art blog postings here and feel free to share our Artfest Blogs with all your social networks.  

Scroll through the following slideshow to view some of Canada's talented artists over the past 150 years!  

For a list of Canadian Art Galleries, click here. 

Celebrate art and craft with us by sharing your stories and artwork with us and of course, please feel free to LIKE our Social Media pages. Artfest Ontario hosts four fine art & craft shows yearly. Our events are FREE to the public and held outdoors in beautiful historic settings.

at the Distillery Historic District is celebrating it's eleventh year!

The Artfest Ontario 2017 show dates are: Artfest Toronto at the Distillery - Spring ~ May 20-22 and fall ~ Sept 1-4 2017.

Artfest Port Credit - May 26 - 28 & Artfest Kingston, July 1 - 3.  

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Artfest 2017

Artfest has four events planned for 2017. Artists from across Ontario and Quebec will gather to exhibit twice in Toronto at the Distillery District on May 20-22 and Sept 1-4; in Port Credit May 26-28 at Memorial Park, and in Kingston on Canada Day weekend July 1-3 in City Park.

Canadians are celebrating across the country for Canada's 150th birthday in 2017. Artfest has many special arts programming activities planned at our events to commemorate the year. Watch for updates and announcements as our projects are announced. It is going to be a great year! Celebrating 150 years of Canadian Fine Art & Craft.

Here is our new 2017 Artfest graphic which you will see on all of our promotional materials.

Artfest 2017- Canada 150 Graphic.jpg
Posted on December 27, 2016 .

Children's Workshop Director Sabrina Parrish joins us at Artfest Toronto!

Read more about Sabrina here. Free Artfest Kids programming is happening all weekend this Labour Day long weekend at the Distillery Historic District.  

Artfest’s mandate is to celebrate artists and crafters of ALL ages. Artfest show producer Lory MacDonald also organizes the largest children’s art exhibition in Canada, the Magic of Children in the Arts, in Collingwood Ontario.  Over 1000 kids exhibited their artwork in the 2016, 22nd annual show. She clearly has a passion for encouraging youth and their creativity. Sabrina Parrish, Artfest’s children’s art programming director was one of the first child artists in that event. She now designs and teaches art lessons for all ages.  We are proud of Sabrina's progress as an artist and she is a big part of our children's FREE arts and crafts programming.

Artfest is the place to be this weekend with FREE kids programming for all.  Check out what's going on - here.

Posted on September 2, 2016 and filed under Children, Artfest Kids, Other.

Thank-you Artfest Media Partners!

Artfest would like to thank our media partners for sharing our event information and news! 

Our ads run on the following dates with our media partners:

  • Toronto Star: Sept 1, Sept 4 (Thursday & Sunday, Entertainment and Insights Section)
  • Now Magazine: Aug 26, Sept 2
  • Downtown Bulletin: August Edition
  • Beach Metro News: Aug 23 Edition
  • Epoch Times English August 25th Edition, \Chinese August 30th Edition
  • Jazz 91.1 FM: Aug 24- Aug 29
  • Akimbo - Ad online now, Eblast goes out August August 27th & 30th


Posted on August 31, 2016 and filed under Other.

Artfest Welcomes New & Flourishing Artists!

Some exciting new artists to see at Artfest are:

Morgan Jones Art, Art By Misbah, Garth Laidlaw from Art Story, David Trotter, Maria Iva, Art We Wonderful, Cheryl Miles Goldring, Garry Revesz Photography, Times Gone By Studio, Basket Case, Cuir Philamain (leather), Left Align Design Art Studio, Halina Stopyra, J. K. Ribout Photography, Krajewski Gallery, Nicole Moss Art, Sip and Paint (Jibola Fagbamiye), Dances with Ghosts, Sorian Art, The French Laundry and Verbeek Glass.

Plus many of your Artfest favorites.

Artfest Toronto is celebrating 10 years of fine art & craft shows at the Distillery Historic District. The show has grown in quality and stature over this time, and is Toronto’s favourite arts event to attend on the last long weekend of the summer. Expect to see many Torontonians and visitors from all over at the show. We advertise and promote the show widely and draw a great mix of ‘handmade in Canada’ lovers. The Distillery is the perfect setting to step back in time when everything was handcrafted. Stroll the cobblestone lanes and enjoy award winning restaurant menus, craft beer and wine.

See you all this Labour Day long weekend for an event unlike any other!!

Check out these talented artists at Artfest Toronto this year and have a look at their work in the slideshow below.  You'll be truly amazed!  Artfest welcomes our new artists and we hope you will, too!

Posted on August 30, 2016 and filed under Other.