This August 17, 2018 episode (12) is the second of two short interviews I did at an art show north of Kingston at Lower Brewers Lock back in June of 2018. My booth neighbour at that show was Kingston-based Veronica Lloyd of Sable Dog Paddles, who paints gorgeous paddles, some new, some used, some custom, and *almost* all of them functional (occasionally some of the used ones are beyond repair).
You can find Sable Dog Paddles on Instagram and Facebook. Ronnie’s next show is the Women’s Art Festival in City Park on August 19, 2018. (Below is from Ronnie’s instagram feed). She also currently sells at the Cornerstone in downtown Kingston and the Skiff Café in the Ivy Lea Club.
My turn! Getting ready for the @ygkwomensart festival! ・・・ Veronica Lloyd of @sabledogpaddles makes reclaimed, refurbished, hand painted and wood-burned canoe paddles sourced locally. All paint and materials are marine grade for use in the water or simply for a little Canadiana decor. Veronica will be at Booth 42 at this year's 37th Annual Kingston Women's Art Festival on Sun Aug 19 in City Park. The show runs 10am-5pm and admission is free! #canoepaddles #canoe #madeincanada #paddle #paddling #handmade #pyrography #ygkwomensart #discoverontario #ygkwomensart
And for those curious about the perfect location of her booth, this was filmed before she arrived Sunday morning:
Photos copyright 2018 Lynn Wyminga.