We’re open Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
This hidden gem can be found at the end of the sidewalk, or through the neighbouring studios (Main Street and the stone carvers). The double-doors of stone form the back wall of the courtyard with two additions completing the square. You’ll see a taller L-shaped wing bracketing the charming cottage-like individual studio – originally the office, circa 1945, to the apple-pie filling processing plant.
The heritage designated stone building’s floor of 2,000-square-feet is separated into multiple studios. With eleven-foot ceilings and partial divider walls, light spills from the original 8-foot-high multi-paned windows in the surrounding three walls.
Two workshops house three-dimensional groups: the stone carvers, sculptors and wood carvers. Each are the complete width of their wing and feature natural light from both the courtyard and laneway, and ten-foot ceilings. Seasonally, the stone sculptors work beside the lane.
Residencies may be available. This is a great opportunity for an emerging artist.