2017 Bio – Stayce Webber

Media: Ink & Watercolour

Stayce is an ink and watercolour artist whose themes run toward the historic and mythological, influenced by an academic background in anthropology and an appreciation of the fantastic. Working out of the KW Artists Co-op in Waterloo, Ontario, Stayce creates works of art that are small, jewel-like windows into other worlds.


2017 Bio – Lee Angold

Media: Watercolour, Coloured Pencil

Lee Angold is a botanical and natural science illustrator. She loves creating bold and colourful yet realistic illustrations of natural subjects in watercolour, coloured pencil, and ink.
Lee is a member of the Botanical Artists of Canada and the Southern Ontario Natural Science Illustrators (SONSI), and a co-founder of and co-founder of the KW Artists Co-op, a unique co-operative shared studio/workspace.


2017 Bio – Heather Siemens

Media: natural/organic fibres

I have been knitting since 2005, but it wasn’t until my fourth (and last!) baby was born in 2015 that I really got inspired to create some beautiful baby garments. I put a lot of love into everything I knit, and I carefully curate each yarn that I use to be perfect not only for the specific piece, but for caressing baby’s sensitive skin. I strive to use natural and organic fibers in my creations, and the designs I knit up are simple, timeless, but with a touch of vintage charm. I like to let the inherent beauty of the fibers I choose shine through, and my hope is that you will cherish and save these pieces for the next generation.


Pop-up Gallery for Art Walk Artists

The artists of the K-W Central Art Walk are hosting a pop-up gallery at the Odeon Gallery in the Princess Twin, starting this Friday. You’re invited to the gala reception on Thursday, September 7 at 7:00 P.M. Come on out and see some great art at a great Waterloo institution.
Also, there’s probably popcorn involved.
Check us out on Facebook! See a great sample of what’s to come this October!

2017 Bio – Esther Devries-Lasby

Media: Pottery

Working in clay for many years, Esther produces a wide range of functional items. Inspiration comes from the textures found in nature and the techniques applied to quilting and fibre arts. Esther fires pots in both oxidized and reduction atmospheres producing a lively colourful range of pots that are a pleasure to use everyday.
At the art walk this year, you will again be able to contribute to a community pot.