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Humanics Sanctuary and Sculpture Park
Come and experience this hidden jewel just outside Cumberland Village in Ottawa. Discover sculptures carefully placed in a natural setting at this nine-acre wooded ravine with walking trails and quaint bridges over a meandering creek. The Humanics sanctuary and sculpture park is a unique multi-cultural, multi-religious and multi-generational Canadian Institution focused on promoting principles of non-violence, human development, justice and peace.
45 North Band
45north band is a 6-piece band - trumpet, sax, trombone, piano, bass and drums. We perform a varied repertoire of great instrumental jazz tunes, many by Canadian artists. Some of our arrangements are done by us, Jean Trudel has done many, or by others in some cases specifically for 45north. For Canada's 150th celebrations in 2017 we added a group of tunes to our repertoire that were non-jazz tunes but all by Canadians. We have now reverted back to our all jazz repertoire.
Heritage Village Museum
Just drive a mere 30 minutes out of Ottawa to immerse yourself in the past of a historic village. The Cumberland Heritage Village Museum offers a unique opportunity for a fun and educational experience in the nation's capital that will immerse you in the life of the 1920s and 1930s.
Arteast Ottawa is a 30-year old, not-for-profit organization that is operated, governed and managed by numerous volunteers. The association welcomes visual artists who work in all media, including oil, acrylic, watercolour, encaustic, pen and ink, graphic media, printmakers, fibre artists, works on paper, sculpture, photography, digital media, etc.
CumberlandTwp Historical Society
The Cumberland Township Historical Society is a non-profit, volunteer and community-based organization whose goal is to preserve Cumberland Township history. This goal is especially important in light of the fact that as of January 1st, 2001, the City of Cumberland ceased to exist. At that time the Municipality of Cumberland merged with 10 other local municipalities to become the new City of Ottawa. The rural Cumberland area is now referred to as Cumberland Ward 19.
Da Artisti Studio and Gallery
We like to feature different artists working in different media at any given time. We have Stained Glass by Diana Atkinson, Hand Blown Glass Jewelry by Janet Evans and Barbara Ham, Fine Bead Work by Nathalie Brunelle, Ron Matton Metal Works, and many more ...
Kerstin Peters, Artist
Kerstin Peters is a visual artist who has lived in Cumberland Village for more than ten years. Looking at her work you will find many landscapes due to the regular plein air trips with various painting groups. She has painted both local attractions as well as the Quebec landscape. However, her true love are animal portraits.
Morning Anthem Studio
Morning Anthem Studio is a professional home-based studio facility with a dedicated 800 sq.ft. of floor space. The studio boasts professionally designed recording spaces and big ears.
Founded in 1986, Nature's Window is a leader in the manufacturing and distribution of wildlife, sporting, and nature-themed related products. Today, Nature's Window continues to be a family-owned and operated business leading the industry in product development and innovative approaches to incorporating nature themes into a wide range of gifts, home furnishings, and collectables.
"For me the thrill of creating art is in the process! This is where the realization occurs… the progression of thought, the determination of the medium, the trial and error, the triumph of attainment… the lessons of failure. This is where I grow as an artist."
Rebecca Dufton Fine Art
I’m a Canadian artist who lives in a rural area outside Ottawa. My work reflects a deep respect for animals and nature. As an artist, I prefer to learn by experimenting, setting new challenges for myself and continually evolving. My portfolio includes drawings, paintings, sculptures and wall-hangings.
Michael Wilcox School of Color
Michael Wilcox has an extensive professional background as an author, professional artist, conservator of art works, lecturer, engineer and inventor.