noun  ar·ti·san  \ ˈär-tə-zən , -sən , chiefly British ˌär-tə-ˈzan \

1: a worker who practices a trade or handicraft: craftsperson a skilled artisan

2: a person or company that produces something (such as cheese or wine) in

limited quantities often using traditional methods


Take the Madawaska Valley Studio Tour !

Northern River Art


Artists Sharon A. McKenna and William D. Hulme
49 Knox Terrace, Eganville, K0J 1T0, Phone: 613.628.9090


Christine Peltzer

Cynthia Prince


Horst Maria Guilhauman


Jerome Coulas


John Almstedt


Joyce Burkholder

Purple Canoe

Visit the studio/showroom Hillside Paintings and Pottery of award-winning

wilderness artist. Joyce Burkholder to see work in progress, current framed

original paintings, reproductions and cards. She is available for commisions and

is a professional custom picture framer… her work can be framed to suit

your home.

Kathy Haycock

Little Lake Clear

Though mainly self-taught, Kathy’s view is strongly influenced by her father,

Arctic painter Maurice Haycock, and by his close painting partner of 30 years,

A. Y. Jackson.


Linda Sorensen


Natalya Suprun

Natalya Suprun is a Canadian-based artist creating vibrant realistic hand-painted paintings and portraits with acrylic paint on stretched canvas and whose paintings have earned recognition and awards in international competitions. Natalya specialize in custom commissioned paintings. Please visit her website for details.

Joseph Illupalik Palluq


Willy Kim


Sylvia Tennisco

Visit Tennisco’s Studio in the First Nation community of Pikwakanagan, only 10

minutes away from Eganville.  Sylvia is a Cultural First Nation artist who creates

one of a kind Algonquin made designs using industry design programs

and traditional painting along with multimedia.

60 Chibekana Inamo, Golden Lake, K0J 1X0  Phone: 613-585-2317


205 McCauley Mountain Road, Cormac, K0J 1M0

Phone: 613.628.9638


Naturally A Diva


Handmade natural and mostly natural skin care products in gift-worthy

packaging. Selection of handcrafted gifts.

76 Alice Street.Eganville, Ontario, Canada, K0J 1T0, Phone: 613.633.6305


Opeongo Soaps

Cold Process method, with Canadian made products. Local herbs, oils and, local

sand! We collect our own rainwater. All Goat’s Milk Soaps are made from local

Goat Herders.

108 Crimson Maple Rd, Eganville, ON K0J 1T0, Phone: 613.633.3134