Maritimes

COMPANY: Bill Gimby, http://www.14bells.com/collections/bill-gimby
LOCATION: St. Margaret’s Bay, Nova Scotia

Artist Bill Gimby uses beach rock, driftwood and other natural elements to create stunning sculptures, wall art, centerpieces, vases, lamps and more.

COMPANY: Garnish Jewellery, http://www.garnish-jewellery.com
LOCATION: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

Stacey creates unique custom pieces that celebrate minimalism and pay homage to nature’s raw beauty. Each piece is hand-forged in studio using gold, silver, brass and raw gemstones.

Maritimes

COMPANY: Jerry Walsh Artisan, http://www.jerrywalshartisan.com
LOCATION: Nova Scotia

Jerry Walsh uses recycled gray old wood and driftwood to create decorative pieces for your home and garden.

COMPANY: All For Knot Rope Weaving, http://www.allforknot.ca
LOCATION: Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia

All For Knot uses authentic marine grade materials to create handcrafted home décor and accessories with a distinct Marine feel.

Maritimes

COMPANY: Rose Window Stained Glass, http://www.rose-window.com
LOCATION: Terrence Bay, Nova Scotia

Lynette Richard creates stunning stained glass windows, art pieces and more. Her studio in Terrence Bay also offers workshops and classes for those who would like to try their hand at creating their own works of art.

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