Sutton, Québec. Guide touristique

Artists, Craftsmen

Sutton is renowned as home to many excellent artists and craftsmen.

Forge d'Oll - Olivier Burnham
Forge Oll Sutton Junction Art from fire. Pieces inspired by their eventual location. Special orders accepted. All work based on actual specific and precise plans.
1057, Route de la Vallée, Sutton Junction  DIRECTIONS
Studio : Opened weekly from 9am to 5pm, Saturdays by appointement.
: 450 538-0891 e-mail Forge d'Oll
To see more of Olivier's work : visit Forge d' Oll website
Louise-Andrée Roberge
Aquarium_opt_2 I consider myself more as an illustrator than painter or sculptor. Always animated by the same passion, I go from naive to realism, passing by abstraction, and finally to decorative. I like this time in which we live, where all the forms of expression in visual arts are allowed and where one is not held to be defined by only one style.
30, Pine , Sutton
Studio : May be visited by appointment
: 450 538-8122 e-mail Louise-Andrée Roberge
To see more of Louise-Andrée's work : visit Louise-Andrée Roberge's web site
Poterie Studio Qita Pottery
Cup_with_butterfly_opt Qita Reindler grew up in the Eastern Townships and after many years of moving around she has returned to her roots in Sutton.  Her work is a moving meditation, and sharing this joy is her greatest pleasure.
367, Rte 139 N , Sutton
Studio : May be visited by appointment
: 450 538-6651 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
To see more of Qita's work : visit Qita Reindler web site
For workshops check the website.
Ébénisterie Bingen
Refurbishment and reproduction of antique furniture
31, Brookfall, Sutton      DIRECTIONS
Workshop : May be visited by appointment  Tel : 450 538 6843   e-mail Ébénisterie Bingen

David James
David James Sutton
David James is a sculptor who works in glass and stone. His sculptures have been designated as cultural objects of national importance by the federal ministry, Heritage Canada.  His cast glass works are exhibited in the US, England and Canada and are in the permanent collections of the Musée des beaux-arts, Montreal and the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario.  His creations in stone are monumental and destined for vantage points in the outdoors.
Workshop & Gallery : At David's home 1801 Alderbrooke, please call in advance Tel : 450 538-6665 e-mail David James
To see more of David's work : visit the David James web site


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Sutton, Québec. Guide touristique