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Artfest Kingston is Back! July 1-3 2022. Welcome to Canada's Top Art & Craft Shop and Live Events..
Artfest Kingston is Back! July 1-3 2022. Welcome to Canada's Top Art & Craft Shop and Live Events..

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  • Grace your space | Artfest Ontario
    February 15, 2022 Marianne Lepa

    Grace your space

    You know that feeling when you use a perfectly designed utensil? Functional art adds so much to a home and boosts your sense of wellbeing. The Artfest shop brims with beautiful handcrafted home accessories.
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  • IVORY SHOT CUPS WITH DOTS by Dotti Potts | Artfest Ontario
    April 21, 2021 Marianne Lepa

    IVORY SHOT CUPS WITH DOTS by Dotti Potts

    Keep your grip on these handcarved shot glasses by Dotti Potts. At 2" wide and only 2.5" high, this 4 set of glossy porcelain cups can be used for saki or holders of small things. Handmade in Canada,
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  • BERRY BOWL AND SAUCER by Stevens Pottery | Artfest Ontario
    April 8, 2021 Marianne Lepa

    BERRY BOWL AND SAUCER by Stevens Pottery

    Soon it will be fresh berry season in Canada. Stevens Pottery has made this pretty, yellow Berry Bowl for keeping those fruits in tip top condition in your fridge. Air can circulate through small holes near the bottom to prevent mushy spots but also useful for draining washed fruits or cooked pasta.
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  • SOFT YELLOW MUG by One Rock Pottery | Artfest Ontario
    April 6, 2021 Marianne Lepa

    SOFT YELLOW MUG by One Rock Pottery

    Buttery green, chartreuse, a beautiful, comforting mug for morning coffee or late night tea hand made by Ileana Tierney of One Rock Pottery. Speckled clay with leaf brushwork and a pulled handle.
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  • DOTTI POTTS by Sandra and Gavin Silberman | Artfest Ontario
    March 4, 2021 Lory MacDonald

    DOTTI POTTS by Sandra and Gavin Silberman

    South African born artist Sandra Silberman and her husband Gavin Silberman began their ceramics business Dotti Potts in Canada in 1995. Sandra first fell in love with ceramics while studying with well-known South African ceramic artist Anthony Shapiro in 1992.
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