Artisans in Bragg Creek & Area Plan your visit to Bragg Creek and visit professional working artisans in their studios. Use this listing of artisans in Bragg Creek as your guide. Alvise Doglioni Majer – Curiosity, observation and various interests are Alvise’s teachers and nature is his classroom. Wood, metal, glass, concrete are the media that allow Alvise to express what he sees and what he feels to capture his vision. STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENT LINK TO WEBSITE Steve Archer (Archer’s Antiques) – Designer by trade, custom builder by passion. Steve uses his experience working with antique restorations built by Masters from long ago to create beautiful and unique custom pieces.Store Hours: Thursday-Sunday 12-5PM LINK TO WEBSITE Zelda Bird of Butterfly Effect Studio – Jewellery serves as a connection from generation to generation, it makes people feel a sense of belonging it helps them feel appreciated. STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENT LINK TO WEBSITE Elizabeth Hertz I have worked professionally as a stained glass artist since 1979.To create art is in my blood and my soul – as with many artists. We all need to expand our artistic horizons and stretch our creative limits. Every day is a new day to explore design and colour in the world around us.Hours 11-6PM daily, Mondays by chance.LINK TO WEBSITE Jamie Newsom creates fine Celtic harps at his shop in Bragg Creek. They are offered in a variety of woods and finishes catering to the customers preferences. These instruments are popular with both professional and amateur performers alike.STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENTLINK TO WEBSITE Nicole Martin of Stone Willow creates handmade sterling silver gemstone jewellery with fresh clean lines & a natural feel that compliment your individuality. “Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself”. Made with love in Bragg Creek, Alberta.STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENTLINK TO WEBSITE Iris Wakefield – I have been designing jewelry for 25 years. I work with semi precious stones, sterling silver, resins, acrylics, Lucites, vintage pieces and any other interesting materials that I can find. My goal is to make you look good and feel good by adding a new statement piece to your wardrobe.STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENTLINK TO WEBSITE Chris Sandvoss – violin maker “My process starts with the natural materials – picking the right wood. I don’t use power tools because they don’t give me any information, but I can ‘feel’ with the hand tool. I can feel what type of wood it is, and how it feels underneath the plane. You can tell the grain growth, the crispness of it and the life within the wood.”STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENT.LINK TO WEBSITE Fay Hodsonuses a variety of media including paint and fibre to create works that explore how she and viewers engage with them. Whether they are paintings intended to evoke a sense of emotion or place or whether they are sculptures that take on their own personality, her pieces are about the experience associated with them. STUDIO VISITS BY APPOINTMENTLINK TO WEBSITE To arrange a visit to any of these artists, please click “Link to Website” (opens in a new tab).