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Wonderful Life, A holiday show and sale


The shopping clock is ticking and I have another opportunity for you to get great gift items made by local designers. Tonight (Dec 14, 2006) is Wonderful Life, ARTfete's first holiday show and sale located at the Camera Bar & Stephen Bulger Gallery, 1028 Queen Street West. The show runs from 7pm - 11pm and is one night only. There are a variety of artists and designers at the show and you are sure to find something for everyone.

Josh Randell - photography
madMade - blankets by Madeline
Jilian Maddin - handmade jewellery
Suzanne Crudden - handmade jewellery
Revolve Clothing Co. - conscious clothing
The Brit Boutique - handmade leather belts
Kim Drosdick - handmade jewellery
The Wedding Co.
Lola - clothing
Sylvie Gagne - handmade jewellery
meHOI - fine illustrations on fine products
Premier Jour - fine lingere
Patsy Telpner - functional pottery for the holiday season
Sarah Apple - block printed apparel & curiosities
Justin Lovell & Troy Feldman - films

Admission is free but please help the Daily Bread Food Bank by bringing donations of non-perishable food items.
ARTfĂŞte is a collaboration between Kim Drosdick, Suzanne Crudden & Jilian Maddin, three local jewellery designers. They hope to bring more exposure to great Toronto artists and designers.

Be sure to also check out the Triple Five Soul Sample Sale starting today at 639 Queen Street West.


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