• Sunny weather, a lovely breeze, and gentle music provided an excellent backdrop for Saturday’s Art in the Park event.
  • Guests and patrons browsed original works from over 30 artists gathered in Memorial Park, who provided insight into their processes, mediums, and inspirations.
  • More than wall art was on display, and art lovers could purchase artwork directly or commission meaningful pieces such as pet portraits by Toronto’s Stephanie Arn.
  • Artglas Studio hosted an interactive display allowing guests to explore fused glass and build their own pendant. Artist David Shia Melamed
    brought the assembled pieces to his Markham studio to fire in the kiln.
  • Stouffville’s own Tiny’s Studio showcased their weatherproof 3D Paverpol Art sculptures, and creator Deborah Watts offered workshop opportunities and commissions such as life-size sculptures.
  • Pop Creatives, a mother-and-daughter combo, teamed up to showcase their paintings and acrylic housewares.
  • Many agreed with artist Daryl Moore, a Bob Ross-trained artist, that art is a positive hobby for self-expression and relaxation.