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38 artists and artisans in their studios or in exhibition spaces in the Guelph area

Showing at Necessary Arts Company

84 Wyndham Street North, Guelph, Guelph

Necessary Arts Company is a co-working space for creatives to work, learn and collaborate in downtown Guelph.  From paints to textiles to sculpture, we have a little bit of everything.

Artists participating in the Guelph Studio Tour:

Christine De Vuono

Christine De Vuono is a multimedia artist focusing on drawing, sculpture, collage and photography.  Her artistic practice is endurance-based and gravitates towards merging elements of technology, science, human development and art. and @christinedevuono

Frances Hahn

Frances studied English Literature and Art History before teaching for a year in Italy where she fell in love with design. She is a graduate of Environmental Design at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto. While figurative art has been a mainstay, Frances is currently exploring landscapes and abstraction in both paint and collage. Website:

Alisa McRonald

Alisa McRonald is a fibre artist who has studied tapestry weaving and textile art. Alisa teaches and acts as a creative mentor to several agencies and art centres in her community and the GTA.  Website: Instagram:

Sarah Rutledge

Sarah is a self-taught abstract artist. She is inspired by the endless potentiality of creative form and expression. She finds joy in allowing the free-flowing movement of the paint to define the progression and final outcome of the painting.  Website: Instagram and Facebook is @sarahrutledgeart

Cynthia Waldow

Cynthia works in acrylic and is a self-taught artist.  Her work varies between abstract, still life and portraits of monsters and sweets.  Her favourite artists are Joan Miro, Craig Stephens and Noriko Fox.  She continues to work on perfecting skin tones and hopes one day her hand portraits will have more to say than four letter words.  Instagram @forkintheroad66

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