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Britta Elmberg displays various paintings including local scenes and other subjects.  They have also been marketing hand-painted objects featuring local Caledon wildflowers: wooden trinket boxes, pen and pencil holders, trivets, trays and small wall mirrors. Other crafty things for sale include jewelry featuring earrings, pins, necklaces and bracelets.  Some of our pieces contain unusual items like buffalo bone or horn beads from Rapid City, South Dakota, or beautiful Chinese glass cloisonne beads or other small treasures gathered from various places in Toronto. Each piece is carefully crafted and designed to be esthetically pleasing.  


Gary Hall is a local Caledon resident and photographer.  Gary purchased my first SLR camera back in the 60's and instantly fell in love with photography. His love of the outdoors led to a keen interest in hiking and nature/wildlife photography. Hiking and photography excursions have taken him on trips to East Africa, the Canadian and American Rockies, Patagonia (Argentina and Chile), Ecuador and the Galapagos Archipelago, Costa Rica and Florida and will hopefully lead me to more of the world's fascinating locations before he "hang up my cameras and hiking boots". 


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