Katherine Medlyn of Medlyn Stained Glass & Jewellery picked up the award for Most Unique Display at the show. She was on hand to promote her downtown St. Thomas shop as well as a class she will be teaching in June at STEPAC, “Mixed Media Mosaic with Broken Keepsakes.”
On Saturday morning, Jena was joined at the show by Catherine Craig, working at the potter’s wheel. Catherine is a professional visual artist who has spent over forty years exploring the media of clay and fibre, and who loves to share the possibilities and fun of creative pursuits with others. Find out more at http://catherinecraigart.blogspot.com/.
The project has been spearheaded by the Association of Curators, Archivists and Directors in Elgin, Oxford and Norfolk. Georgia Sifton of the Elgin County Museum encouraged visitors at the Home & Garden Show to find out more about the trail in a newly launched brochure. You can also find info at http://www.barnquilttrails.ca/.