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IMAGINE THAT! Artisans Designs, downtown Duncan, BC, Canada IMAGINE THAT! Artisans Designs, downtown Duncan, BC, Canada
Imagine That! Artisans' Designs, 251 Craig Street, Duncan, BC V9L 1W2, 250-748-6776

Member Artists of Imagine That!

The co-op currently consists of members who operate the storefront. Members are also artists whose work is displayed in the store. We volunteer our time and expertise. For us it is a joy to be able to interact with the customers and the other artists, to share our knowledge of art, and to receive feedback from our visitors.

Members at work at Imagine That! Artisans' Designs

Sandra Greenaway; fibre arts Sandra Greenaway, President

Kimono, jackets, scarves and handbags
Sandra's creations are a blend of contemporary and vintage fabrics, piecing techniques, an artful eye and couture sewing. She is inspired by traditional Japanese kimono design to create garments with elements of that tradition - simple lines, quilting, piecing of fabrics, and creative use of colour and texture. Sandra has an Arts degree and trained in apparel design, pattern drafting and tailoring at the University of Manitoba.
Veronica Scott, Mosaics Veronica Scott, Secretary

"The act of transforming little pieces of disparate glass into a 'painting' strikes me as magic. Stained glass offers a glorious colour palette and an equally wide range of textures. I am especially drawn to the reflective nature of glass, the way it creates movement and a feeling of aliveness."
Joyce Leroux, Stained Glass Joyce Leroux, Director

Stained Glass windows, suncatchers and candleholders
"I enjoy the whole process from designing the pattern to choosing which glass I’m going to use and then putting the whole project together. The end product is always a surprise. There’s always a new piece of glass to be found that inspires you to create something new. The options are endless."
Robin Millan, mixed media Lana McQueen, Director

Lana has a special interest in photographing nature - birds, horses, and her favorite pet cat.
Margot Page, Enamelist Margot Page

Enameling on Copper and Steel
Margot's process involves drawing images such as mammals, birds, and the exotica of faraway places on steel or copper, sifting fine coloured silicates on to the metal, firing the work in a hot kiln and then mounting the artwork on chosen surfaces, glass vases and journals.
Katie Daniel, rag rugs, fabric arts Katie Daniel

Rag rugs, fabric arts
"I first learned to sew after Santa brought me a tiny working Singer sewing machine when I was about seven years old. I come from a long line of quilters and treasure those that have been created by my grandmothers, an aunt, and my Mom.I began making rag rugs about 25 years ago, inspired by those that used to be in the kitchen at my grandparents' farm. While those were woven on a loom, I chose to crochet mine and took advantage of bags full of fabric scraps to start. "
Sandra Holmes, fabric artist align= Sandra Holmes

Fabric Arts
Sandra "The Lady with the Beautiful Fabrics" sews beautifully, creating jackets, scarves, hats, handbags, table runners and so much more with her unique embellishments.
Sandra Holmes, fabric artist align= Sandi Madsen, Director

Multi-media Artist
Sandi creates pottery, mixed media paintings, silver jewellery, and fabric art. She aspires to create unique items that bring charm and inspire a sense of magic. Sandi hopes that others see in the final work something meaningful and joyful that they welcome into their homes, as part of daily life or to give as a special gift.
Robin Millan, mixed media Robin Millan
contact: 250 716 6005 text or call

Mixed media, sculpture and art cards
Robin creates a wide selection of original works including mirrors, funny cards, hand painted recycled furniture and funky paper mache dogs, cats and sea gulls. One of the gulls wears a knitted toque and a goofy expression. “I call it art and fine craft to delight and amuse,” she says. "
Carolyn Morris, Candlemaker Carolyn Morris

Carolyn makes beeswax candles from handmade molds. She has specialty candles for each season from hearts and roses to Christmas trees and snowmen, as well as classic tapers and tealights.
Patti McNeice, Pottery Patti McNeice, Eclectic by Nature

Patti McNeice is a self-taught ceramic assemblage artist living in Cowichan Bay, BC. When not up to her elbows in clay, she works fulltime as a Nurse. She sits on the Arts Council of Ladysmith & District Board of Directors and teaches pottery at The Clay Hub Collective. She is the owner of Passion Over Principles Clay Art (POP Clay Art), a home based ceramic studio. Patti creates one-of-a-kind eclectic functional or sculptural pieces out of a mixture of glass, clay, wood, metal, and fabric fragments.
Antho Santarossa,Woodworker Antho Santarossa

Antho's bowls are smooth as silk. Many are segmented, composed of hundreds of small pieces.
Andre St. Cyr,Woodworker Andre St. Cyr

Andre was a school teacher for 33 years. Throughout his teaching career he created beautiful wooden products and honed his woodworking skills. Now retired from teaching, he is able to spend more time in his shop. Andre prefers to work with unique pieces of wood with color variation, figure, and bird’s eye.
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