Bazaart 2022


Bazaart 2022 Vendors


Conjure Apothecary

Hand poured/crafted, we make Intention Candles made from a premium blend of soy, coconut, and beeswax to give you the best smelling, best burning candle possible. Further, our collection includes handcrafted bath products, including bath bombs, bath teas, and milk baths.

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DYP Refillery

Helping People Make The Change to a more sustainable and eco conscious life! Our goal is to create products that help the environment and give people access to these products.

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Sommer Love Herbs

Sommer Love Herbs creates locally grown herbal products in Moose Jaw, SK. We grow, harvest and process 80 varieties of medicinal herbs and have over 45 different products ranging from herbal remedies to herbal bath and beauty products.

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Always Books Limited

We create picture books for children that encourage teamwork, self-belief, the joy of sport and the importance of trying your best at whatever you endeavour you love.

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HEART + SOUL Candle Co.

HEART + SOUL Candle Co. is a curated collection of handmade goods for the home. Free from carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and other potentially hazardous chemicals often found in fragrance.

We’re committed to creating a candle that not only burns cleaner, but provides a stunning, crackling ambiance for all to hear, see and smell. All of our candles are blended in house with a proprietary blend of high quality, sustainably sourced, 100% soy wax and Canadian beeswax for a long lasting burn, and stunning ambiance. We choose to use wooden wicks in our line because of the excellent fragrance throw they provide and when they are burned they give off a soothing crackling sound, like a fire in a hearth, only mini.

We offer an array of candles in stunning vessels, tea lights + travel tins. As well as reed diffusers, matches, wick trimmers and homemade car air fresheners with our signature fragrances.

It’s all in the details. All of our products are thoughtfully designed to embody tiny moments everyday to reconnect with ourselves and restore balance within the home.

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Art Affection Pottery

My work is a combination of Functional and not so Functional! Accountant by day, potter by night, I incorporate alternative firing methods as often as possible. Some of these include wood firing, horse hair, naked raku and obvara. At my booth you will find many functional pieces but more importantly, you will find unique, one of a kind works to fit in most every décor.

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Bonnie Gilmour Pottery

Skillfully made crockery for your kitchen, ceramic clay tile “sketches” depicting rural Saskatchewan grain elevators, grain bins and churches, and whimsical face mugs!

Christine Fraser

Potter for 35 working in high fire porcelain in both functional and non-functional ware.

Deb Vereschagin Pottery

Wheel thrown and hand built functional pottery. My decoration of choice is to hand carve on my pieces. I also make my own glazes choosing glazes that enhanced the carving on the piece. I work alone and do not have any apprentices/helpers doing any work on my pieces, 100% of the work is mine.

There will be lots of mugs, bowls of all kinds, plates, platters, serving trays, lidded jars, baking vessels for the oven, vases, outdoor garden pieces, wall pieces, and hand poured candles in one of a kind carved pottery vessels.

Design Build Plants

Design Build Plants brings you plant pots we design and make in house. We enjoy 3D printing our own concrete molds to bring you something new your are not going to find elsewhere! We sell our concrete vessels most often potted up with your favourite house plants but we also make concrete housewares, jewellery and candles, all handmade by husband and wife!

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Funktional Pottery & Gallery

Dee Funk owns and runs Funktional Pottery & Gallery. Dee currently makes her ‘white pots’ in porcelaneous stoneware. Dee also features the work of Martin Tagseth, primarily focused on
atmospheric firing from wood and salt kilns.


Glazed Over Pottery

Glazed Over Pottery is a collection of my work of both functional & non-functional ceramics that reflect my love of nature, growth, decay, healing. I enjoy drawing painting & creating layers on my work by using textures, slips, lines, & glaze. While most pieces are food safe, dishwasher, and oven safe, some pieces are wall hangings & some just decorative.

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Handcrafted Pottery by Tom Tilford

Handcrafted, functional pottery. Microwave and dishwasher safe. Only Lead free glazes used.

Kattail Acres

I have been creating mosaics for over 20 years. I design and create beautiful and unique mosaic pieces using ceramic tile, glass or china. I love to give well loved items new life, so look closely and you never know what interesting things you will find set into my work.

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Pottery by Anne Mclellan

I make wheel thrown and hand-built ceramic pieces including bowls, platters, mugs, vases and cups. These pieces are made with earthenware, stoneware and porcelain clay. Pieces are finished with designs using a variety of techniques including overglaze and underglaze painting. My work is inspired by world around me.


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Terri Ekvall Ceramics

Terri Ekvall is a local ceramic artist living in Regina. I create unique pieces of usable ceramic art that are a pleasure to use and share with others. Inspired by the simple pleasures in life these pieces are hand painted with images reminiscent of the garden and the small moments in life.

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Amaranth Designs

Our mission is to bring classic, timeless and comfortable clothing to every woman’s busy life. We make getting dressed the easiest part of your day.

With excellent, function and comfort, every woman starts their day feeling their VERY best!

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ANXIETY is a clothing line that tells a story through its clothing. Each piece highlights a significant part of the story rather than every piece being a line in the story.

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Central Standard Textiles & Apparel

Central Standard is small batch clothing, accessories and home goods. Consciously designed basics for everyday life, using natural fibres and ethically produced in Canada. All items are designed and handmade in Regina, Saskatchewan // on Treaty 4 Land.

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Dragonfly Designes

Clothing made from sustainable fabrics including bamboo, hemp and cotton.


FLAT Clothing

Sask/prairie-themed clothing brand based out of Regina Sask.

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Kathleen O'Grady Design

Classic looks incorporating tunics, tops, dresses, skirts and jackets, all in natural fibres; linens, cottons and silks. New directions include handmade hats and screen-printed table napkins. Combining old world sensibilities with contemporary design, Kathleen creates garments that have timeless and enduring appeal. Textured fabrics and layered looks are hallmarks of her designs.

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I am a Regina based fashion designer. We do everything in house from the sketch, initial design concept, pattern drafting, cutting, sewing, quality control and sale of the garment.

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Rebecca King Fashion House

Fashionable and functional women’s wear designed for comfort. Made in Canada.

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Semey Patricia

Clothes, bags and accessories made from African prints and fabrics.

Sova Millinery and Apparel

My hats are traditionally handmade in Saskatoon using only the best sourced materials and the clothing is a 100% linen self designed one-size-fits-most clothing line.

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T&Me Apparel

I cut, sew and finish children and adult clothing. I use custom designed fabric from Canadian companies and am compliant with Heath Canada standards and laws. Each items takes me 1-3 hours to sew and finish. The bulk of the children’s clothing is “grow-with-me” which is designed to last multiple years. The custom fabric is a high quality cotton Lycra that will last many washes over the years.

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Buckle up Bags

Buckle up bags are unique and stylish upcycled designs. All our bags are made using seatbelts. Durable and timeless pieces to last.

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Handmade dolls made of various fabrics including cotton, broadcloth, muslin, and wool felt. Themes include bedtime dolls, ballerinas, princesses, prairie girls, along with a variety of animal

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Crafts 'N Creations

One of a kind ladies vests, and a variety of unique scarves to accent any outfit. Hand made mosaics – all one of a kind mirrors and decorative pieces, featuring gemstones, jewelry and other unique recycled items. Also, recycled fur coat teddy bears, all one of a kind.

Elemental Quiltworks

Elemental Quiltworks creates originally designed and quilted works including bags, small quilts, cushions, table linens and wallhangings.

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Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Regina

Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Regina is a non-profit group which supports the work of the Stephen Lewis Grandmothers Campaign in sub-Saharan Africa. We design and create one of a kind embellished tote bags and a variety of table linens incorporating traditional ShweShwe fabric from South Africa.

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Me & You Handmades

Me & You Handmades is a small local family run business located in the heart of the prairies. Focusing on designing and creating accessories and handmade items, each piece is made with high quality materials that are sourced locally or Canada wide. Our items are handmade and designed locally in Regina, SK. by a mother daughter duo. Everything from scrunchies to headbands to box bags and more, there is something for everyone on your list.

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Prairie Wool & Fiber Designs

I design and create beautiful and practical personal and household products using repurposed wool clothing. All items are designed and made by me in my hole studio. Mittens are made from repurposed wool sweaters. Crossbody purses, hot pads and baskets are made from repurposed wool clothing.

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Sew&Tell Handmade

Sew&Tell’s brand consists of handcrafted sewn and quilted goods, including a wide range of women’s bags and purses, kitchen and home decor, and travel accessories.

Bright and colourful fabrics often with a boho-vibe, are the focal point of many of the pieces we create, while also bringing a modern edge to traditionally quilted goods.

With each item proudly created for Sew&Tell, only the highest quality of fabrics and materials are used, and are sourced locally whenever possible. Each item is made from start-to- nish by Sarah, and sewn together with the utmost care and attention to detail!

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South40 Designs

Allison creates beautiful wall hangings and magnets from repurposed fabric. She hand dyes, threadpaints and appliques her original designs into one-of-a-kind pieces of art.

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Studio OCTAV

Studio OCTAV is home to the embracive collection of textile art by Canadian born artist, Graham Epp. Specializing in basketry, Graham has made a profession in the arts since 2003. The baskets and vessels of studio OCTAV are designed and sewn by the artist using 100% Canadian sourced materials and home-made plant based dyes. The owing shapes and curves of this medium mimic nature and are a nod to the art nouveau movement which have always been an inspiration. The vessels are all unique and are stand alone pieces of art while simultaneously functional. The utilitarian nature of the best-selling Foraging Basket allows for rugged back woods mushroom picking, market shopping, as well as other practical uses.

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Two Friends and a Daughter Handmade

TFD Handmade is all about bringing a little whimsy and cozy into the everyday with our handmade creations for little ones, home and you. Every piece we make must measure up on our cuteness meter to deliver products you won’t find commercially. We carefully source our materials with a focus on local and Canadian to support our communities.

You’ll find everything from handcrafted holiday décor items and great small gifts like the hand-embellished or knit cup cozies and eco-friendly cotton loofahs, facecloths & make-up wipes to the coolest things for your little people: stuffed animals and rattles
(hippos, elephants, unicorns and more – selection varies). And we do like cozy so there are always some mittens, ear warmers, shawls and baby booties!

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Woven by Vivian Textiles

I weave with natural fibers in a home studio creating scarves, shawls, and wraps, to wear, and domestic items for the home. Weaving began as therapy for a post Shingles Syndrome and became a passion. Working with my hands is good for my soul, and the repetitive meditative motions in preparing the loom and in weaving are both calming and soothing. I am fascinated by the beauty of hand weaving and love the interplay of color, structure, and pattern.

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Colourful original one of kind creations made into beautiful throw cushions and tote bags. Made with mostly 100% cotton fabrics, these beautifully quilted and exquisitely crafted creations are show stoppers. They all have names and personalities and no two are alike. They come with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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Rosie The Flower Truck

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Bevels &Blooms Glass Art

I create fused glass, stained glass and mosaic glass functional and decorative pieces.

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Fractured Glass Studio

Fractured Glass Studio creates ne and functional fused glass art. We produce beautiful functional pieces, such as bowls and platters that make people smile. We also use glass as brush, paint, and canvas to produce the emotion and feel of a painting using fused glass as the medium for unique wall art.

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GlassHouse Designs

Stained glass pictures, ornaments, lanterns and flattened bottles.


Sisters Stones and Glass

Original fused glass designs that are hand cut from stained glass, red at high temperature until fused, framed and painted.

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Wingnut Enterprizes

Traditional glass blowing and blacksmithing skills to create both functional and sculptural items.


Alie & Elsie Jewelry

Handmade sterling silver and 14kt gold filled jewelry.

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Amanda Lucas Glass

HI there! I am a lamp worker from here in rural Saskatchewan. I create a range of unique jewelry with my glass pieces, beads, and sculpture. I believe my work is classic, timeless, and easy to wear. I work with sterling silver and rolled gold components and chains to complete the look.

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Blind Dog Wood Works

We are a Regina based maker of Jewelry, accessories, and rolling pins from local, exotic, and recovered woods. We make whatever will work for the wood.

Why Blind Dog? Because our lovely dog Kira is the face of the company and also blind.

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Small batch hand stitched beaded jewelery.

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Debbie Lee Jewellery Designs

I hand make and design sterling silver and 14K gold filled jewelry. In designing rings, I use natural gemstones and make my own bezel settings. I design rings, necklaces, earrings and bracelets, both in sterling silver and gold filled. I also mix my metals in creating a piece of jewelry. My jewelry is for everyday casual wear, but yet elegant. I have over 200 rings I have designed with unique large gemstones one of a kind artisan made pieces.

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DORÉ x Lisa Adele

Lisa is a trained goldsmith that has been creating and designing jewelry for over 20 years. DORÉ by Lisa Adele was born from a love of nature and art, her creations are designed with sharp reference to sculpture and the natural world. Everything is handcrafted in Canada, using High quality gemstones, sterling silver, gold and bronze; the culmination of mesmerizing vision and incredible quality resulting in jewelry that is truly distinctive one of kind.

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Ell & Kay Clay

Ell & Kay Clay

Ell & Kay is a local, small batch clay jeweler and accessory maker. We offer styles from everyday classics to elegant evenings. Each piece is meticulously handmade from various mediums including clay, paints, wood and mixed metals.

Ell & Kay Clay was created back in November 2020 with an official website launch in October 2021 and currently offers over 200 styles.

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Firefly Art Jewellery

I make wearable art of polymer clay and silver, bronze or brass. It’s bold and graphic, finding inspiration in ancient artifacts, the natural world, and travel. My pieces are light and amazingly comfortable to wear. After a career in Interior Design I studied jewellery making at George Brown College in Toronto. I create in my studio in Moose Jaw, SK.

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Hawk + Aspen Handmade

Small batch, consciously crafted jewelry in silver, brass, enamel, and keum-boo. Hawk + Aspen takes inspiration taken from natural elements, mid century design and contemporary trends. Pieces are crafted by hand from scratch using traditional metal smithing techniques in the artist’s home studio. With a commitment to environmentally sustainable design, jewelry is fabricated from recycled metals and ethically sourced raw materials. Hawk & Aspen pieces are a statement against fast fashion. Kimberly is a member of the Jewelry Artist Guild of Regina and the Saskatchewan Craft Council.

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Hopeful By Hope

Hope began her journey 3 years ago when she realized customizable pieces were difficult to find locally or within her budget. So she invested and created HBH. Hope creates customizable and
affordable jewelry, accessories, and more!

She is an Indigenous university student originally from Regina but now resides in Saskatoon. She donates 10% of all of her profits to the Native Women’s Association of Canada to help fellow Indigenous women.

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Howling Wolf Jewelry

Each piece is hand fabricated from precious metals and high quality stones. I use traditional metalsmithing techniques as well as lost wax casting to create each piece of jewelry.

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JAM + co Jewelry

I design delicate gold filled, sterling silver and gemstone jewelry for everyday. I love creating quality jewelry that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Meant to be enjoyed for everyday magic.

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JewellerAJGreen is a handcrafted jewelry brand where Amanda Green is the maker and designer. All jewelry is made by Amanda Hands using age-old goldsmith techniques. The style is modern and elegant with organic shapes and geometric. Inspiration comes from the natural environment that surrounds her in the beautiful town of Squamish, BC.

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JLK Designs

Unique sterling silver and gold filled jewelry incorporating glass and Swarovski beads, as well as semi-precious beads and cabochons. Each piece is hand made. JLK Designs are simple designs that can be worn every day yet elegant that they easily transition to up your style for an evening out.

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Maria Hendrika Art Jewellery

Maria Hendrika designs and creates timeless wearable art. Believing that jewelry should be as distinctive as the person wearing it, her work is embraced by women who want to make a unique and stylish statement. Maria has been producing one of a kind and small collections of timeless jewelry since 2007. She works primarily with sterling silver, precious and semiprecious gems and vitreous enamel. Maria is a juried member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council and has sold at Holiday Bazaart.

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Megan Courtney Broner, Goldsmith

My True Luminosity

I handcraft one of a kind pieces of statement jewelry that is primarily made from vintage and antique treasures that I have repurposed. My pieces are sustainable, tell a story and much like the wearer no two pieces I create are ever the same.

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Quirks & Twists Jewelry

Handmade jewelry made with repurposed vintage jewelry and other materials. Statement pieces and ne charm jewelry. Also some wood and resin pieces.

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Rogue Jewelry Designs

Unique handmade jewelry using a variety of techniques and mediums.

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Sattva Jewelry

Sattva Jewelry is a small, family-run company that is passionate about creating meaningful jewelry with a ‘Boho Vibe’ to promote balance and well-being, all while looking beautiful. Each piece of our meaningful jewelry is handmade for you with precious metals and authentic gemstones to manifest intentions and compliment your well being.

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Shadesofjay bracelets are all handmade to be be one of a kind and unique. Featuring genuine Swarovski crystals and a magnetic clasp, Jaymin designs everyone carefully to be eye catching and truly one of its kind.

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Shannon R Welch Jewellery

I make one of a kind, handmade sterling silver and gold jewelry. My inspiration is often from nature and I strive to continually grow and evolve in my craft.

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Through Glass Images

I up-cycle cutlery and bone China into jewelry, novelty items, and décor. I embellish jewelry with semi precious stones.
I also do photography with an emphasis on rural and rustic scenes, especially in winter.


Transformed Jewelry & Design Studio

I have been making broken china for seven years. I love to take the old & forgotten dishes and transform them into art you can wear near your heart. My pieces are more than jewelry, they are memory filled pieces that honor women from generations past. I

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Canada Leathers

Adrian Klis collection is designed and manufacture in Alberta-Canada. Adrian and the family immigrated to Canada from The Netherlands in 1994. the city where Adrian was born and raised was well known for tanneries and leather industry. he then brought his expertise to Canada where he and his family started their own business. Adrian Klis collection is a high quality collection of leather handbags, wallets, du e bag, toiletries/shaving bags, messenger bags, belts and more.


BarnCat Designs

Small hardwood furniture pieces based around hollow spars made using Birdsmouth construction techniques. Using Danish modern design principles I have lamp stands and side tables in solid cherrywood, ideal for comfortable chair side reading and relaxing use!

G. McB. Smith

Some blacksmithing, some metal sculptures, some yard art.

Her Hands Her Heart

I create uniquely upcycled art from items destined for the garbage
or recycling bin, things I find in the back of my junk drawer, and stuff
I find at thrift stores and garage sales. I love to give discarded things
a second chance at a beautiful life.

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W.C.Keen Metal Artist

Bill has been sculpturing for the past 50 years. The sculptures are all original and vary from realistic to abstract and are wall hangings and free standing pieces. They are also all hand painted.


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Hybrid Art & Design

Hybrid Art and Design is the brainchild of Shelley Kaszefski, a
multimedia artist who creates artwork that utilizes a variety of
media, particularly repurposed materials such as metal, plastic,
fabric and glass. Shelley is also working towards improving her
technical and design abilities using clay.

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Jessie Rene Art

I am a muti-media artists who mainly works with acrylic and oils on canvas to create different works of abstract art. I have always painted here or there growing up; but didn’t do much of it until 2017. Only to get away from it again until I moved into a basement and was able to bring to fruition my under the stairs studio in December of 2020. This encouraged me to paint and get my art out there.


Street Culture Project

SCP is a non-profit organization in Regina that works to house, support & employ homeless and at-risk youth. We have an in-house artist, @scribble.jay, that creates prints for us to sell where part of the proceeds go back to the youth we serve. She is also a muralist in the city & is dedicated to sharing her art with Regina & sharing her passions with the youth to unlock their artistic potential.

We also have started Nana Brenda’s which a a small baking company ran by our staff of 22 years, Brenda Hosking, where she bakes cookies with youth to teach them employment skills & kitchen literacy. The youth also have package the cookies, we are hoping to get a big enough buzz around Nana Brenda’s in the hopes of hiring a youth or two part-time to give them paid work experience. All the proceeds from every cookie sold goes directly towards the homeless & at-risk youth we serve.

Susan Alvarez

Contemporary acrylic base paintings; hand-painted pillows; fabric and silver-soldered jewelry.

Touch of Whimsy

I transform old china into garden décor, bird houses and birdfeeders, I break china to make beautiful pendants to either be worn or hung on display, and I create affordable jewelry from stone beads.


Poetic Landscape paintings of Saskatchewan and Canada.

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Cranky Goat Studio

Rustic, prairie inspired art, painted on upcycled canvases and art

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Jane's Gallery

Paintings are acrylic on canvas. Most are landscapes/nature themed. I also have prints available if they would be allowed.

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Laura Hamilton Art

My artwork is described as whimsical, sweet, and romantic. My signature female characters are playful women with charming vintage dresses, striped stockings, fun oral patterns, and everything in between. At the heart of my artwork is a feeling of nostalgia. It is like that warm, fuzzy emotion that we feel when we think of fond memories from our past.

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Lloyd Dubois

Madhavi’s Art Galllery

This is Madhavi and I am a self-learning artist. I am really passionate about creating deep and meaningful art. I have reflected my whole self, my thoughts, my feelings and my ideas into these paintings. I hope you enjoy these paintings and support me on this new venture. I am attaching some of my paintings for you to have a look and kindly suggest if it requires any modifications for display. All my art works are made my acrylic colours on canvas, and alcohol ink on yubo paper and glass.

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Nirja's Artwork

“Art speaks where words are unable to Express”. I began painting as a very young girl at the age of 5. My work explores relationship between Nature, Culture and creatures. It is my strong belief that Art has possibilities of changing one’s thoughts, I have witnessed the powerful changes it makes to an Individual. Through my Artwork, I try to pay tribute to nature and culture, that reminds us to slow down and reconnect with nature.

I continually explore acrylics, oil paints, oil pastels, watercolor paints, alcohol ink paints or clay Art to make my paintings sing with color and evoke emotions.

As my subject matter expert is Nature, I try with every nished work to breathe life into a long forgotten culture.


Patrick Markle

Canadian Landscape Artist

Canadian landscape artist Patrick Markle is inspired by experiences in the wilderness. His work focuses on the rhythm of nature and capturing fleeting moments of beauty. Markles work remains true to line and form to keep specific locations recognizable and accurate. He then adds his own flowing style to express the grandeur and beauty of the natural world. It’s with this rhythmic style and heightened colours that Markle creates paintings that are very dramatic and powerful.

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Roland Daum


All original oil, acrylic and watercolour paintings of Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C. Some on repurposed wood.


Samantha Ring Art & Design


A professional artist and designer, Samantha is well known for her
abstract landscapes, custom pet paintings and design advice. Her
use of vibrant colours and texture will brighten up your home and
provide an optimistic vibe for you and your family to enjoy.

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Symbionic Art

I paint in acrylics, primarily on canvas and paper. My favourite style is abstract and favourite subjects are women of science, space, and local landscapes. I also sell a variety of prints of my work as well as some mixed media pieces. When it comes to booth vending I stock items in a variety of price points and keep my display as cleanly designed as possible.

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Tina Waters Artist

Landscape and animal oil paintings . Framed and gallery wrapped.


Valerie Munch Artist

Watercolour artist, loves to capture the light and shadows in a wide variety of subjects.

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Tran’s Origami

Origami is the art of paper folding. All products are my original design including: framed artwork, origami jewelry, owers, standing pieces, greeting card, ornaments and fridge magnets.


Extraordinary Light Fine Art Photography

Fine Art Photographic Prints on Canvas and ready to frame matted prints. Landscape photography with an emphasis on Prairie and Desert Southwest images.

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Harvey Welch


I am a wood and soapstone carver I create bird sculptures primarily; painted and natural finish.


Wild Things Handcrafted by Beth

I have been creating hand sculpted jewelry and figurines from polymer clay for over 30 years. I love the versatility of polymer clay, it really allows my creativity to flourish.


The Cookie Lady

Iced cookies, specialty brownies, and pies.

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D'licious Treats

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Ash River Studio

Ash River Studio is a local Regina laser business. We mainly work with wood but other mediums include acrylic and leather. We offercutting boards, plant trellises, ornaments, wristlets, keychains, bookmarks and home decor with a boho influence.

Birdsmouth Furnishings

Small hardwood furniture pieces based around hollow spars, made using Birdsmouth construction techniques. Using Danish modern design principles, I have lamp stands and side tables in solid cherry wood, ideal for comfortable chair side reading and relaxing use!

Dale Lowe Woodturner

The majority of my work is turned on a wood lathe and is often the carved, colored, or burned to add texture and interest. The pieces can be used for everyday use or as art to be enjoyed by the owner.

Weiss' Woodworks

I design and fabricate furniture from wood and epoxy. I also produce craft items such as coasters, clocks, and lazy susans.

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Food Vendors

Nacho Fiesta

One of Regina’s longest operating food trucks, we offer delicious tacos and more! Gluten free and vegan options are available as well.

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Pause Coffee Shop

Preparing and selling a combination of drinks, coffee beans and brewing equipment, our display will include two workbenches and a vertical display shelf. On display will be manual home brewing equipment for purchase along with retail bags of coffee beans roasted by our craft roasting partners from across Canada. We will prepare co ee and tea based beverages on site from behind the workbench counters under a canopy tent.

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Queen City Footlong theFrank Cart


J&P Concessions Inc.

Community Booths

Dunlop Art Gallery | Regina Public Library

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Regina Open Door Society


Regina Folk Festival


Regina Folk Festival

11:30 AM - 12:30 PMKarley Parovsky
12:45 PM - 1:45 PMSunbeams & Daydreams: A workshop with
Karley Parovsky and The Alley Dawgs
2 PM - 3 PM The Alley Dawgs

Photo Credit: Chris Graham Photo

The Alley Dawgs were born in the honky tonk, having cut their teeth working rough & tough crowds all throughout the Saskatchewan dive bar circuit. They can play 20th-century country & western music all night including all the deep cuts, tender ballads, and bone throws you want to hear! 

Photo Credit: Chris Graham Photo

Karley Parovsky is a violin/fiddle player, composer, and arranger with roots in classical music. Coming from a classical background and finding passion and inspiration in the fiddle and folks world, Karley’s music blends her love for all styles. 

Art Activities in the BMO Learning Centre

Celebrate the exhibition Radical Stitch and the magic of beads through self-guided, hands-on activities for the entire family in our BMO Learning Centre. For this activity, we focus on beadwork through the work of artist Teri Greeves. Teri Greeves designs and beads historical and contemporary stories on Converse sneakers. Inspired by Teri Greeves, join us to create a mash up of an everyday object and an image to tell a story. Also, explore bead design and pattern through an interactive light station. 

Bazaart Raffle Information


The MacKenzie Art Gallery, a registered charitable organization, conducts the Bazaart Raffle annually, in conjunction with its Bazaart fundraising event. All proceeds, minus expenses, will benefit the programs of the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

The Bazaart Raffle features a variety of prizes generously donated by artisans. All proceeds directly support the MacKenzie’s acclaimed exhibitions and innovative public programs.

Bazaart Raffle tickets can be purchased at Bazaart on June 18, 2022, from 10 AM – 5 PM. Tickets are $5 each, or three tickets for $10. All tickets must be paid in full at time of purchase. A total of 650 tickets are available.  

Age does not restrict entry into the Bazaart Raffle.

Members of the Gallery, Board Members, MacKenzie Art Gallery Staff and immediate family members are eligible to enter. Employees who oversee and conduct the raffle, including the Membership and Volunteer Coordinator and the Development Associate, may not enter or win prizes in the Bazaart Raffle.

Random draws for each prize determine winners. Prizes will be awarded in no particular order; draws continue until all prizes are awarded. All tickets have an equal chance to win. Winning tickets are re-entered into the draw drum to be eligible for all draws.  The winner need not be present to win. The draw will take place at the MacKenzie Art Gallery on June 20th at 10 AM. The MacKenzie will contact all winners by phone. Unclaimed prizes will be kept for a period of one-year from the draw date, after which time they will be donated to a charitable organization approved by SLGA.

A variety of stunning hand-made prizes have been generously donated by participating Bazaart Artisans. The combined value of Bazaart Raffle prizes is approximately $5868; individual prizes range in value from $12 – $300. There are no cash alternatives to merchandise prizes.

In the event of a question, complaint or dispute, please contact Carrie Smith, Membership and Volunteer Coordinator by emailing, or by phoning 1(306) 584-4250 ext.4294.

You may also mail to:

3475 Albert Street, Regina, SK, S4S 6X6

Attention to: Membership and Volunteer Coordinator

Information for Vendors


The MacKenzie Art Gallery is at capacity and no longer accepting applications from artists, artisans, food vendors, or community organizations. 

Rules and Regulations for Vendors

Bazaart is Saskatchewan’s largest outdoor art and craft show & sale, showcasing handmade works by Canadian artists who excel in their chosen medium. Organized by the MacKenzie Art Gallery as an annual fundraiser and arts community building event, Bazaart supports exhibitions and programs at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, while offering Artisans the opportunity to network with others, market their business, and sell their work. The 47th annual Bazaart will take place on Saturday, June 18, 2022, from 10 AM to 5 PM outside, on the grounds of the MacKenzie Art Gallery, at the corner of Albert Street and 23rd Avenue in Regina, Saskatchewan; admission fees are $7 per person; $5 for members; children 12 and under are free. Each year over 5,000 Bazaart attendees support independent Canadian artists and craftspeople by purchasing locally made alternatives to mass-produced items. All artists are encouraged to promote the unique and original design of their work and to use local and/or environmentally friendly materials whenever possible.

Bazaart accepts applications from a wide range of established and emerging Canadian artists and craftspeople employing both traditional and experimental art forms.  

Artists interested in participating in Bazaart must submit a completed application form and corresponding fees by April 1, 2022 

Artisans must electronically submit three high quality images of their work along with the application.  

It is an expectation of the MacKenzie Art Gallery that the creation, sale, and marketing of your work reflects an understanding and adherence to CARFAC’s ‘Think Before You Appropriate’ guidelines; a tool to assist makers in ensuring that their designs are sensitive to issues of misappropriation. Please read the full guide here. If your project is Indigenous-led or is in collaboration with an Indigenous artist, we ask that you identify that information on your application. This information helps to ensure these guidelines are met during the adjudication process.

The MacKenzie is committed to maintaining a high standard of work at Bazaart and therefore reserves the right to decline applications regardless of past participation.  

All completed applications received by the MacKenzie Art Gallery on or before April 1, 2022, will be reviewed by the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Artists will be notified of the status of their application by April 22, 2022. Notification will be via e-mail unless a preference for notification by post is indicated. Applicants who are not accepted will receive a refund of their registration fee less a $50 processing fee.  

Please Note: Electricity to booths is an additional $30. Power is available in booths 73-154 only. Booth sharing is NOT permitted.  


Early Bird Registration $225 – application must be submitted on or before Friday, March 4, 2022 

Regular Registration $275 – application must be submitted on or before Friday, April 1, 2022 



$100 – application must be submitted on or before Friday, April 1, 2022 

Community Booths must display and provide information and/or activities only, no sales. No power is available for Community Booths. 



Food vendors 10ft – 20ft long $415 (includes power and Wascana Authority fees) – application must be submitted on or before Friday, April 1, 2022. 

We ask all those applying to participate as a vendor or volunteer at Bazaart, to please take a moment to read our Vision and Values, Equity, and Accessibility Statements.  

We believe that artists and their engagement with our visitors are essential to the success of the MacKenzie, and the success of Bazaart as both a fundraiser for our programming and an opportunity for artists to connect with one another and the broader community. We are so excited to celebrate our successes together and work toward the shared goal of creating a meaningful and engaging event. As such, we recognize the value of every vendor and volunteer who participates in Bazaart, and we strive to ensure that we are providing a respectful and inclusive event with the highest standards of hospitality. We know that as vendors, you share our passion for the arts with creativity and innovation, and that you support our initiatives by always representing yourself and the Mackenzie Art Gallery to the best of our shared abilities.  

Accordingly, we have a zero-tolerance stance on racially charged, ableist, transphobic, or other discriminatory statements or incidents, and reserve the right to remove from our events any vendor, volunteer, or participant that exhibits behavior inconsistent with our vision and values, and our COVID-19 protocols. Attendees, vendors, and/or volunteers who insult, harass, or otherwise interfere with staff and other participants (including volunteers and vendors) may be kindly asked to leave the Gallery and surrounding property. People who are asked to leave on these grounds, are not entitled to a refund of their admission or fees associated with Bazaart. 

If you experience or witness any issues, please contact the nearest MacKenzie staff member.

MacKenzie Art Gallery continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and its impacts. We are prioritizing the health and safety of our communities and will continue to comply with Government of Saskatchewan public health orders as they are updated. Please find our current COVID-19 precautionary policy on our website.

Artists accepted to participate in Bazaart are assigned a booth space of approximately 10’ W x 15’D on the grounds surrounding the MacKenzie Art Gallery or in the parking area of the T. C. Douglas Building. All spaces available are indicated on the Bazaart Vendor Map. Applicants are asked to indicate their top three preferred booth locations when applying. While the MacKenzie will try to accommodate all requests, booth display spaces are allotted on a first come, first serve basis (based on the date of application). The map is subject to change.  

The MacKenzie makes the final decision on allocation of display space. 

Artists are responsible for their booth display set-up and take-down and must supply their own tents, tables, chairs, display equipment, hanging supplies, etc. “Knockdown” display systems are recommended for ease of set-up and take-down. Artists are encouraged to have a sign clearly indicating their name. The MacKenzie will provide laminated booth numbers for participating artists to display which will assist our visitors in locating booths as listed in the Bazaart program. Some booths are on uneven ground; therefore, we require all shelves and display units to be secured and anchored to ensure safety for all participants. Concerns or questions regarding set-up should be directed to the MacKenzie Art Gallery prior to the show’s opening.  

Food vendors with trailers are required to indicate the size of their trailer. 

Any vendors operating a food concession or selling food products for consumption off-site, please follow the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s Vendor Package – Temporary Permit, and email your fully completed application to Shehnila Sultan by email: 

 Food Vendors with licensed trailers are not required to complete the Temporary Permit form, instead, please provide a copy of your license to Shehnila Sultan by email: 

 Any food vendors that generate grease laden vapor, for example by deep fat frying, cooking meat on stove tops/flat tops, cooking with oil on stove tops/flat tops and charbroiling, must be inspected by Regina Fire Service at least two weeks prior to the event. Email or call (306) 777-7830. 

The show goes on, rain or shine! Artists are responsible for their displays regardless of the weather.  

The MacKenzie reserves the right to cancel Bazaart due to inclement weather or any other unforeseen circumstances which poses a safety risk. 

Artists accepted to participate in Bazaart but who cannot attend must provide a written notice of cancellation to the Gallery, on or before May 13, 2022, to receive a refund of their registration fee less a $100 administration fee. Refunds are not available for cancellations made after May 13, 2022.  

The MacKenzie reserves the right to cancel the event at any time, at which point registration fees will be returned in full to vendors. The MacKenzie Art Gallery is not responsible for any fees incurred by vendors related to travel, lodgings, or set-up for the event.  

Registration and booth set-up begins at 6:30 AM on Saturday, June 18, 2022. You must register with our staff upon arrival to receive directions for parking, participant ID and booth signage.  

Booths must be completely set up and ALL vehicles moved out of Lot 1 and the surrounding booth areas to the designated parking area by 9:30 AM. Booth displays MUST remain set up until 5 PM.  

Please display your laminated booth number in plain sight to assist Bazaart attendees in locating artists booths as shown in the Bazaart program. Parking is available in Lot 2.

Adding to the excitement of the day, the MacKenzie organizes a raffle of items donated by the artists featured in our Show & Sale. All raffle items are displayed at the Bazaart Raffle Tent; a great way for Bazaart attendees to see your work! If you are able to donate an item for the Bazaart raffle, we would appreciate your support and ask that you indicate your intention to participate on your application form.  

Charitable tax receipts will be generated for all donations totaling $50 or more in fair market value.  

Donations can be dropped off at the MacKenzie Art Gallery tent between 7:30 AM and 12:00 PM on June 18, 2022.  

* Please note: The MacKenzie no longer accepts donations of perishable food items. 

The MacKenzie Art Gallery will develop and implement a strategic marketing plan to promote Bazaart. The MacKenzie’s website will showcase Bazaart and a list of participating artisans who have provided information to assist with promotion. The MacKenzie Art Gallery reserves the right to use images submitted by accepted artists for promotional purposes, both in print and online. 

All participating artisans will be listed in the onsite Bazaart directory; listing includes artistic category, name, booth number, website and/or e-mail address. Please ensure you provide all necessary information on the application form. The Bazaart directory provides guests with an overview of all participating vendors and assists to navigate the Bazaart grounds 

Bazaart is filled with activities for everyone! Live performances will be presented by the Regina Folk Festival. Other enticements rounding out the slate of Bazaart activities include food vendors and activities for children in the BMO Learning Centre. Visitors are invited to stay, play, and shop inside the Gallery. 

For information regarding hotels, motels, restaurants, and attractions, please visit Tourism Regina.

Shehnila Sultan, Development Associate, (306) 584-4250 ext. 4273,