Don Spring

Don Spring

Don has spent decades capturing the beauty of the Limberlost area with his camera.

As a photographer, Don is especially inspired by places like Algonquin Park and the Limberlost area. For thirty-five years he owned and operated Huntsville’s Cavalcade Color Lab, where he transformed his images into art pieces printed on a variety of surfaces including canvas, metal, acrylic, and wood.

 Along with his photography, Don’s recent passion is building live-edge furniture in his Bella Lake workshop.  From standing tree to finished product, Don’s woodwork is inherently local. Trees that have come down due to storms or construction are salvaged, then milled and dried on-site until ready for production. His tables and benches are simply designed and carefully finished to showcase the natural lines and beauty of the wood.  Visit Don’s studio/workshop to see his wood creations alongside his evocative, nature based, photographic art.


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Studio Info:

Don Spring

1144 Bella Shores Road
phone: 705-783-0050
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Guests Artists

August 19 & 20 2017

oil painting - peggy bell

woodblock print - peggy bell

Peggy Bell - visual arts

Peggy is both an accomplished artist and an art teacher. Her focus for Artists of the Limberlost will be her “en plein air” oil work, as well as original, small edition, Mokuhanga (Japanese wood block) prints that are inspired by the local landscape.

fibre vessel by Sandra Pim

fibre bowl

Sandra Pim – fibre art

Sandra first encountered fabric as an art medium at the Haliburton School of Fine Arts, where she studied collage and fibre arts, as well as other media. She focuses on exploring colour and form to create work that is both functional and beautiful.