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Audrey Austin - Author,
Elliot Lake, Ontario
The following books are available in paperback format:
All Cover Designs by Susan Ruby K. at http://Yuneekpix.com
The above books are also available as Kindle E-books on Amazon.com published by Wynterblue Publishing Canada:
is my newest E-book available on http://amazon.com
For print copies of my books visit Create Space at the addresses below.
https://www.createspace.com/4463611 for Moose Road – a Canadian Tragedy
https://www.createspace.com/4461846 for Sara, a Canadian Saga
To purchase Social Studies – Book One https://www.createspace.com/4712947
To purchase Social Studies – Book Two https://www.createspace.com/4713265
To purchase Social Studies – Book Three https://www.createspace.com/4713425
For Kindle Editions of all my novels, novellas and short stories visit http://www.amazon.com/author/audreyaustin
Here are the most recent titles:
A few print copies of Reawakening are available from the author. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Finn has been making art for more than thirty years. She has studied at the Ontario College of Art in Toronto, the University of Waterloo (Fine Arts Department) and White Mountain Academy of the Arts in Elliot Lake, Ontario. Linda has participated in over 125 group and solo exhibitions, including shows in Canada, the United States, Mexico and Japan. She is an elected member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, the Ontario Society of Artists, the Northern Ontario Art Association, and the Society of Canadian Artists. Her work may be found in public, corporate and private collections in Canada and abroad.
Willing to share her knowledge, Linda has taught numerous workshops in schools and art organizations. She has convened Watercolour Symposia and Arts & Crafts Conferences, helped set up the local arts council, served as an advisor for Cambrian College in Sudbury, and has been a juror for many art exhibitions and shows. In 1992, she received the Lescarbot Award from the Canadian government and the Canada 125 Medal from the Ontario government for her volunteer work in the arts.
She lives in Elliot Lake Ontario, with her husband, Murray.
After experimenting with a variety of techniques and subject matter for a number of years, my work has evolved into imagery using words and language, textural surfaces, and often the incorporation of objects found in nature. When beginning a piece, the found object is sometimes the primary source of inspiration, recalling a memory or sensation; but more often I use snippets of poetry, conversation or puns to prompt the process of discovery and interpretation. Hand-drawn images and transference prints are often embedded within the surface of the piece, which become mixed media assemblages or layered original prints. This work traverses a wide terrain, from geological time and natural history to autobiography and emotions. “The world around us speaks to us in many different ways. The power of language and the abstract shapes of letters to create images is what interests me in this current work. Viewers may read into them what they want.”
visit Linda Finns website at lindafinn.com
A Sampling of Finn Originals
Studio: 6 Ann Walk #6
Elliot Lake, ON P5A 1Z4
Jacqueline "Jacque" Grummett has lived in Elliot Lake for over fifty years and continues to enjoy the beautiful surroundings. She took courses when The Elliot Lake Centre and White Mountain academy were in existence and completeed the Ontario Hand Weavers and Spinners' weaving course at Sault College in Sault Ste. Marie. During those years she discovered stained glass and now spends equal time between glass projects and weaving.
Jacque's artwork is inspired by the colour, shapes and textures of the area. Pieces of her art work can be found in private collections and in local churches.
Gwen has been creating wire work jewellery since 2009 when she checked out a book from her local library on wire wrapping and immediately fell in love with the techniques. She is a self-taught artist in wire, using techniques such as wire-wrapping, hammering & chasing, soldering & fusing, and viking knit. She has started to learn the technique of metal clay, again using tutorials and books to teach herself this interesting new medium.
Check out her website to see photos of some of her artwork.View items...
Kathleen Burke is a poet who has been writing all her life. A recent move to Elliot Lake from Toronto has allowed her to to begin to unfurl as an artist and experiment with incorporating poetry into emerging artwork. Her professional background includes 25 years experience in the social service & community arts sector as manager, administrator, counselor, programmer, advocate, educator & facilitator.View items...
My name is Ian Janssen and I reside in Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada with my wife, Jan. We have two grown children who have provided us with 4 lovely grandkids who appear in my stories. The location for The Perils of Pierre stories is based on our cottage near Thessalon, Ontario, Canada. So far, there are 5 books in the series and more are planned.
I was a police officer for 31 years and a home Inspector for almost 6 years. From this, the only writing I did was technical report writing. This series of books is my first venture into writing for entertainment. Pierre and Polly’s escapades were originally for the entertainment of my grandkids, but through the encouragement of family, I submitted them for publication. After numerous rejections, I was successful in getting them published with Wee Creek Press.
There are 5 books in the “Perils of Pierre” series with more to come.
You can find me on Facebook and at my website at www.ianjanssen.com
Susan Ruby K is a freelance artist residing in Northern Ontario, Canada.
This Book is the 5th book in the “Perils of Pierre” series.
This is a series of children’s books about Pierre the Fox, Polly the Crow and many of their animal friends, who are always finding trouble around Loon Lake. The children from the Green Cabin, and the animal characters in the stories, unknowingly interact with each other, sharing their adventures.