Linda Remig is a Hannibal resident who creates hand-woven baskets as the Duck Hill Weaver. Her baskets are all individually hand-made and colored with natural dies she develops in her studio.
My husband and I began our candle making adventure in 2002. After a brief stint using paraffin wax, I strongly suggested we use only beeswax, for I knew pure beeswax, of all the waxes, is the most environmentally healthy choice. Beeswax does not emit toxins or soot, and it has the longest burn time of all the waxes.
After hubby caught the wood turning bug in 2009, I took over the entire candle making process. I have expanded my offerings to include pillars and tapers in many sizes, shapes and colors, plus a varied line of novelty candles. I use cotton wicking only, and I do not add fragrance.
I have sold my candles at craft shows, and had my work in two other artisan shops. At this time, I am very happy to be affiliated with Riverside Artisans.
After teaching chemistry and physics for 30 years, Phil retired and attended photography classes at SUNY Oswego. As a scientist, Phil believes that the origins of both scientific and artistic creativity are identical.
He is interested in the ability to communicate without the written word. He attempts to take photos that evoke an emotional response. Phil has received a Merit Award from the New York Institute of Photography and has won many local, regional and national awards.
Original Member of Lakeside Artisans
My painting career began in 1994 with decorative wooden signs. In 2001, I went through a rapid evolution and began painting portraits and seascapes. I have since settled into creating the whimsical Cranky Cat Collection.
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