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Nature Crafts - West Coast Inspired

 What's happening . . . 

Spring into Summer!!

We are looking forward to attending a number of local craft shows and sales this spring and summer.  Do come out to visit our booth at one of these great events:

- May 11th from 11 to 4: Comox Valley Pottery Club - Spring Pottery Show and Sale at the Little Red Church.

- May 18th: Cumberland Village Market Day in celebration of Victoria Day.

- July 1st:  we hope to once again attend the Courtenay Canada Day Celebration in Lewis Park. 

We are also thinking to try doing some pop-up booths at various Farmer's Markets this summer such as in Campbell River or on Quadra Island.  We may surprise you at a few new locations - do watch for us!

Dragonfly over the Wetland fused glass wall hanging.Dragonfly over the Wetland fused glass wall hanging.

Nature Sightings

How we enjoy the bird life that we see in our backyard, especially the Anna's and Rufus Hummingbirds and it is a special treat to see the occasional Varied Thrush as well.   Looking up is also rewarding as we often see Bald Eagles and Turkey Vultures circling overhead.  Further afield, it seems our best birding spot all winter and spring has been the trails around the Airpark in Courtenay.  You can see so many migrant birds overwintering or passing through.

Sanctuary Craft Studio

Fused glass forest bowlFused glass forest bowlSanctuary Craft Studio - West Coast Inspired

The Sanctuary Craft Studio features work by two principal artisans who create arts and crafts on a nature theme inspired by the beautiful and diverse natural world found on Canada's West Coast.  You will find a little bit of nature in everything they create.



Products for purchase can include:

  • Hand woven placemats, scarves and shawls
  • Hand felted scarves and needle-felted landscapes
  • Stained Glass sun-catchers, panels and windows (commissions and repairs on request)
  • Fused Glass jewelry, bowls and serving dishes
  • Leather journals, bracelets and bookmarks
  • Hand-made paper, cards & books
  • Photographic prints and cards

We primarily sell our products at local arts and crafts fairs, in local specialty stores and on Facebook.  Check our web site or like us on Facebook to find out where we'll be appearing next.   Click  on the link below to visit our Facebook page.




We are always working on something new and interesting. 

 Finding inspiration from nature is something we do every day! 

We sell our products through local craft stores and markets.