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The Craft Connection in Nelson
The Kootenay Gallery of Art, History and Science across from the Castlegar airport
Handworks Gallery in Oliver
Castlegar Station Museum in downtown Castlegar
Mine: Stylesource at Broadway and Main in Vancouver
Words End Booksellers
1576 Imperial Lane
Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0
Ph: 250.726.2665
Northern Lights Gallery Ltd.
38055 Cleveland Ave
Squamish, BC
Ph: 604 892 2018
General Manufacturing makes the 260 high-rise lathe that's in my shop.
OneWay Manufacturing supplies chucks, grinding jigs, vacuum chuck systems, faceplates, turning tools, and more, in addition to their world-reknowned lathes.
Claphams Beeswax Products make fine finishing waxes.
Island Woodcraft in Comox, BC features tools and specialty hardwoods for turners and woodcarvers.
Mohawk Western Finishing Supplies in Vancouver is where I get the food-safe salad bowl finish I use.
Lee Valley Tools has everything! What else is there to say?
Selkirk College Fine Woodworking Program is where I first spent time on a lathe.
Nelson Brewing Company's motto is So much more than a breakfast drinků I make their beer tap handles.
Emma Lake, Saskatchewan is where, every other year, an international collaboration of artists of various disciplines gets together and makes things. The art and energy generated by one of these events is truly amazing.
Saskatchewan woodturners are among the best in the world. Five of them are featured here, including Niel Stoutenburg, Michael Hosaluk, Trent Watts, Leon Lacoursiere and Dave Dunkley.
Graeme Priddle is one of New Zealand's top woodturners. He's one of my teachers, and a constant source of inspiration.
Arthur Ganson, who I met at Emma Lake, makes the most amazing kinetic machines.
Clark Dennill makes beautiful yew bows in Nakusp, B.C.
Ancient Kauri Kingdom in New Zealand features woodturnings-and more-from trees harvested from swamps. These trees can grow to be enormous.
Jennie's Garden is Winlaw's oldest, and best, bookstore.
Dayspring Lodge is my favourite B&B, near Kaslo.
Mountain Muse in Rossland is a great place to buy wooden spoons and cedar baking planks, among other things.
Judy Wapp is a collage artist and writer
Linda Lee Crosfield is a writer who makes beautiful books. She's also my wife.
Bismuth Crystals Unlimited is the website of my neighbor, Ken, who grows the most amazing crystals
Slocan Lake Webworks deserves a huge round of applause for putting my website together. Thanks, Steve!
Jeremy Addington is a commercial and fine art photographer who lives in the Kootenays. Jeremy is responsible for most of the photos of my work.
Thank you, Jeremy!
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