Art, MuskokaStyle

It’s cottage country’s oldest and largest outdoor art show. The Muskoka Arts & Crafts’ Summer Show is set each July in breezy Annie Williams Park, on the edge of Bracebridge, along the south branch of the lazy Muskoka River just as it approaches Santa’s Village.

Long summer grasses and lapping water give this summer art show an idyllic feel. More than 200 creative artists from across Canada present their art: pottery, paintings, jewelry, clothing, stained glass, wood carvings, basketry, and rope work. Some artists return year after year — in 2015, the show is in its 52nd year — others appear for the first time, eager to present the work it has taken a lifetime of love and hard work to craft. All have a story to tell, so take time to linger, sip lemonade, shop, or simply appreciate extremely talented Canadian artists.

All have a story to tell, so take time to linger…

Muskoka Arts & Crafts Summer Show: July 17-19, 2015

Annie Williams Park, Bracebridge, Muskoka, Ontario, Canada

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