A: Miskwabi Treehouse StudioAl Van Mil, oil painting and Annette Blady, mixed media paintings
B: Sandy SloteSandy Slote, acrylic & oil. With guest artist: Pat Hemphill, photography with mixed media
C: Laurie O'ReillyLaurie O'Reilly, acrylic encaustic, mixed media, figurative work and landscape. With guest artist: Colleen Ferdinands, thrown and hand built pottery
D: Susan HaySusan Hay, textured acrylic Haliburton landscapes. With guest artists: Susanne James, stoneware pottery; Paul Diamond, wood turning and photography
E: Barbara Joy PeelBarbara Joy Peel, pottery & sterling jewellery. With guest artists: Susan McDonald, wearable/useable felt; Terry Wright, acrylic painting; Dianne Mathes, felted nests and tapestries
F: Jane Selbie ArtJane Selbie, fabric layering. With guest artists: Charlene McConnell, porcelain and stoneware pottery; Laura Trach, textile and wearable art; Marty Gryciuk, hand knitting
G: Glass Eagle StudioTom Green, stained glass art & glassblowing. With guest artists: James Goodliff, oil on canvas landscapes and wildlife; Markus Leydolt, acrylic on canvas
Welcome to the Web site for the annual Haliburton Tour de Forest artisans tour.
Call to Entry for the 2014 Tour De Forest
Welcoming Studios and Guest Artists
With 20 Artists and 7 Studios in 2013, we are a growing artistic community experience for all to enjoy. If you take pleasure in exhibiting and sharing your creative talent, we look forward to hearing from you.
As a guest or to add your studio, call to take advantage of this opportunity to increase your public profile and profitability.
Call to Entry Deadline: December 10, 2013
An application form can be downloaded in PDF format here.
For more information, contact: Barb Peel at 705-457-2752 or email email@example.com
Below, you will find an interactive map of the Haliburton Highlands, with colour-coded markers showing the location of each of the studios for the Tour de Forest.
You can also download a copy of the Tour de Forest information map and brochure as a PDF file:
Many of the Tour de Forest artists are featured on the Made In Haliburton Web site, where you can shop, view and buy their works online. Please visit!