In a vibrant yellow clapboard century-old building off of Church St E in downtown Elora you'll find a unique working glass studio specializing in all things glass. Husband and wife team Neil Hanscomb and Gisela Ruehe established Hanscomb Glass in 1983, and while their ornate stained glass pieces are their specialty, visitors to their store can find an array of unique art. Much of the studio creations are made from upcylced and repurposed float glass, diverted from post-consumer sources and then creatively designed into one of kind pieces of art. From stunning glass bowls and decorative wind chimes, to curvy flame blown ornaments and delicate pieces of jewelry, there's a keepsake there with your name on it.
Airy Bedroom Transom - Guelph, ON
This transom was installed in the master bedroom of a century home in Guelph, ON.
Although not too far from the city-center, the garden is well tended and secluded our
client wanted to enhance the pleasing view of the canopy of mature trees of the garden...
National Geographic sent illustrator and animator Rachel Ryle on a road trip to experience a unique arts-and-outdoor getaway. Learn about her favorite places in two charming Ontario, Canada riverside towns of Elora and Fergus. Located about 75 miles northwest of downtown Toronto, these historic towns of Scottish heritage boast artist studios, antique shops, and ample opportunities to explore the outdoors. Here’s how to start planning your own Ontario small town escape.