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Studio will have shortened hours from 13th - 17th to 11 - 3pm

Gallery Open: Wednesday - Saturday 11 am - 5 pm
Sunday - Tuesday by chance or appointment

Cell & Text (905) 510 5030


Birds Adapted for Flight or Fancy • Aug 14 - Oct 26, 2019

>>>> Download PDf Application Here • Application Deadline Feb 28, 2019 <<<<


Don Graves, Landscape Painter • Feb 6 - March 30, 2019

Reception February 9th 1-4pm

Don Graves


A. Linda VanWyk, Collage Artist • April - May 2019

Anna Kutishcheva, Landscape Artist • June - July 2019

Art in Action November 2nd & 3rd 2019

AGOG December Glass Show • Nov - Dec 2019

Carol Nasvytis, Metal Artist • April - May 2020

Heather Moore, Collage Artist • Sept -Oct 2020

Julie Donec, Fine Artist • Sept - Oct 2021


Art Gallery Of Burlington Stained Glass Adult Classes

DVSA Stained Glass Adult Classes under Art History & Special Interest



Needle Felt a Landscape “Painting”
February 17, 2019 – Sunday
Time: 1:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $55.00 + fee
(materials included in cost)

Learn how to needle felt a flat 2-D “painting” using a barbed needle to stab the wool into a pre-felted sheet. Students will adapt a scene taken from a pre-chosen photograph to create an 8” x 10” wool “painting”. Techniques you will learn are how to draw a scene onto the felt sheet using a soft lead pencil, use a needle to felt wool into the sheet, colour blending, and detailing. This needle felt workshop is a great all levels project.

Register Online: feltpainting.eventbrite.com

Needle Felt a Tired Bunny
March 10, 2019 – Sunday
Time: 1:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $50.00 + fee
(materials included in cost)

Easter is coming and the bunny gets tired after delivering all those Easter baskets. Take your needle felting to the next level by creating a sweet bunny that will lay in your hand or in a cute basket. Special techniques you will learn are creating the main bunny shape with a skewer, how to sculpt the face by using add-on wool techniques and how to blend wool colours for a more realistic effect on the fur.

Register Online: tiredbunny.eventbrite.com

Needle Felt a Bluebird
March 31, 2019 – Sunday Time: 1:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $55.00 + fee
(materials included in cost)

By this time of the year we can’t WAIT for Spring! Why not get in the mood by learning to needle felt a bluebird of happiness. Using a pipe cleaner, learn how to create a beak and wrap wool around it to create the core shape. You will learn to attach wool locks for wings and a nylon cord so you can let your bird sway in the breeze.

Register Online:



Most, Print Edition, Hamilton Spec Jan 2019

Spectator January 19, 2019. Regina Haggo Review.
Spectator Jan 19

Mary Phillpot and the Hamilton Potter's Guild Mentors Program
Hamilton Spectator Oct 27,2018

Nikola Wojewoda • Contemplate Exhibiton
Hamilton Spectator Sept 8, 2018

Teresa Seaton honoured with recieving Burlington's Best Artist of the year for 2017

With Mayor Rick Goldring, the 2017 Burlington’s Best Award winners are,
from left: Kim Moss (Community Award); Addison Wood (Junior Citizen of the Year);
Friends of Freeman Station, accepted by Ron Danielsen (Heritage Award);
Mae Radford (Senior of the Year); Osob Adus (Citizen of the Year); Mayor Rick Goldring;
Bill Murray (Accessibility Award); Teresa Seaton (Art Person of the Year) and
Gloria Reid (Environmental Award).

December 2017
AGOG December Glass Show Burlington Post


Sept 2017
Review by Regina Haggo Hamilton Spectator

Dec 2016
AGOG December Glass Show and Sale - Burlington Post

Sept 2016
Burlington Gazette

December 2015
AGOG Christmas Show -Burlington Post


December 2015
Buriington Mural Project

Judy Mayer-Grieve: King Road Underpass, Ward 1
Claire Hall: Freeman Station, Ward 2
Teresa Seaton: Amherst Park, Ward 3
Hannah Sell and Liam Racine: Port Nelson Park, Ward 4
Tamara Kwapich: Orchard Community Park, Ward 5
Donna Grandin: Ireland Park, Ward 6

@ Home Interview 2015
with Tomy Bewick and Myself about Feathers for the Fallen

Look who made it to television.
Thanks to my friends Carm and Jason at Play Advertising

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