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What better way to learn about Cape Breton Island than through the lives and work of its artisans. Grab a copy of our Artisan Trail Map and begin exploring. You will find fascinating blends of traditional and cutting edge, functional and aesthetic, simple and sophisticated craft — from pottery to leather, metal to textiles, and everything in between. Chad Keen is a potter inspired by vintage and farmhouse styles.
His work is always evolving with beauty and practicality. You will find mugs with unique handles, croc bowls, pour over coffee cones, teapots and much more!
We also craft roast coffee beans on site. My intention is to touch and excite the imagination. Several years ago, he began to experiment and study three-dimensional forms which has led to his most recent work, sculptures of metal, fiberglass and cement. Lola LeLievre has been hooking since the age of eleven and still remains passionate about the art after 40 years. Using two-ply year, Lola creates and hooks her own designs.
She runs Proud to be Hookers in Petit Etang that specializes in hooked rugs and hooking supplies. Barbara Longva started designing clothing at the age of five. Over the years, she altered, repaired and made clothes for friends and family. In , Barbara opened Sew Inclined , on the Cabot Trail, where she designs one of a kind clothing and hats as well as historical clothing. She specializes in hats, offering up to 25 different designs. Her contemporary and historical designs are available for men, women and children.
Suzanne Chrysler-MacDonald opened her summer art gallery in She paints in a style well recognized for her controlled use of color and her painterly, poetic impressionist manner. She is inspired by her scenic surroundings, the Cape Breton style music her late husband loved so profoundly and the caring people who inhabit, work and love this land.