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Archive for 2011

Edible flowers on our daily menus

Monday August 8th , 2011

Our gardens our full of edible blossoms that are harvested daily for our dining room

Cucumber and Sweet Basil Soup
Served chilled,  with an Albacore Tuna and sweet pepper salad and flower blossom oil  
Or
Sooke Harbour House Salad
Wild & cultivated herbs, lettuces , flowers and blossoms from our certified organic garden
served with

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James Atkin

James Atkin has been creating high relief woodcarvings on Vancouver Island for close to twenty years.  His calling as a woodcarver was born out of a life long affiliation with wood, a love of art and a need to create. While recovering from a series of surgeries and with a need to channel energy and

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Sharon Bussard Grove Pottery

 
Sharon Bussard Grove was born in Lethbridge, Alberta.  Her first experience with clay was ingrained as a child diligently playing in her Grandmothers studio.  Mid life she returned to her passion for clay while residing in Tsawwassen.  In 1994 She became an active member of the pottery community with the Delta Potters Association and began

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Marilyn Peeters

"Centre Piece" original acrylic on canvas – $1,295.00 CAD
    Marilyn is an expressionist painter working and residing in the Comox Valley, British Columbia. Art has been a strong passion for her from a very young age. In the 70’s, she majored in Fine Art in high school with the dream to further her art

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Norene Schmuck

A Collector by nature, the discovery of the Pique Assiette style of mosaics was a perfect fit for my creative expression. (Pique Assiette loosely translates as “to steal from plates”)
Accumulating stacks of old dishes to use as a palette comes easily for me.  Hunting for materials, scouring the Thrift stores for that perfect cup, plate

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