November 27th – January 2nd
In late 2007 I decided I needed a change of atmosphere. I quit my job, bought some good tools and went out on my own. I started building high quality kitchen cabinets at an affordable price. Over the years I discovered my true passion was handcrafting furniture and smaller items such as jewelry boxes, keepsake boxes and cutting boards out of solid wood. Now my wife and I travel to local craft shows to promote and sell our products
Catch the show until end of November.
You can contact Jesse through his website
This beautiful soul will fill our Calories space with music and poems this coming Sunday, October 21st. Kay’s music inspired a local visual artist Cindy Hergott-Pellerin whose art is currently gracing our walls. We are grateful and honoured to bring these two amazing human beings under one roof on Sunday evening. If you are interested in purchasing a ticket please contact Kay directly through her web page www.kayclarity.wordpress.com.
Space is limited. Doors open at 6:15pm/Concert 7:00pm.
Our October edition of Saskatoon Babes Who Brunch features local boss babe and Ward 7 City Councillor, Mairin Loewen
Each Babes Who Brunch event begins with the intention to grow, connect with one another and become comfortable in the uncomfortable, and it is led by one fierce female keynote speaker who shares her insights, experiences and life story – aka #realtalk for real women.
PS: Don’t be shy – attending solo is encouraged. Trust us, there will be no shortage of amazing women for you to connect with and gain inspiration from.
Your ticket includes:
Ticket price includes coffee, a two-course brunch, a curated gift bag and impactful takeaways from a keynote speaker.
The muse for these pieces are my garden (as always) and the pond at Boffin Gardens at Innovation Place. Make time to visit the garden this fall and take note of the reflections in the water – the sky, the fall leaves – it is truly magic. Be mindful of the silence and calm, which has lead me into my fall and winter series.
You are welcome to visit the show without taking a table, simply let them know that you are there to view the art.
It may feel a bit awkward; however, I have done it several times and it was all good.
Better yet, if you do have time to have a drink and/or some eats that is always a bonus.
Calories is gracious in providing space for local artists and appreciates people visiting.
On October 21th, Calories will be hosting a Saskatoon Singer/Songwriter Kay Clarity.
Her voice brings me joy and her lyrics have inspired writing in my paintings. Tickets are required for the show. Let me know if you are interested.
The show will hang from September 1st to October 30th.
I am trying to do the social media thing, with help from my kids.
Follow me on Instagram, Facebook, website – Cindy Hergott Pellerin
A Walk Toward the Sunny Hill is a contemplative study on a journey, both of a physical journey to the wild prairie fields that surround the home where I grew up and a journey of the soul as I respond to the land that I discover. Each painting examines the land- how it moves, how it plays a role in shaping those that tread upon it, what it is composed of. The show is composed of two parts- 10 impressionistic abstract canvas pieces that explore the grassy fields and the effects that they have on the viewer as the wind blows through. An additional 6 watercolour pieces are included under the title, The Living Things I Brought Back With Me, which examine the individual parts that these fields are composed of and how those parts may be preserved.
I am a botanical watercolour artist and abstract impressionistic painter working out of Saskatoon, SK, having recently moved back after a stint in Vancouver. I create pieces inspired by the natural landscapes around me and I desire to reflect the relationship between the human soul, atmosphere, and the land. I find myself drawn toward the Victorian Naturalist movement along with the history of wildcrafting and natural medicine. I currently sell my work online, in a few local shops and am quite often taking on new commission work for botanical pieces or house portraits.
You can find more of my work at www.jennihaikonen.com or on lnstagram: @jennihaikonen.
If you wish to contact me, you can send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This body of work was comprised over the many months of winter.
The warm swirls of acrylic paint were therapeutic during a long stretch of darker days.
The prairie climate forces it’s inhabitants to brave a harsh environment.
The reward of Spring is welcome and always provides us with new hope and rejuvenation.
Art Show March 26th – April 25th, 2018
Wendy Siemens is a Saskatoon born painter and children’s book illustrator. She comes from a family of artists and has been painting and drawing all of her life. Wendy has degrees in art and education – she teaches art at St. Joseph High School. Wendy works in a wide variety of mediums on a wide variety of subjects. Wendy loves to show her work and has a long history of art shows throughout the province. Current subjects are based on landscape but Wendy produced shows based on Modern Mechanicals – cars, trains, automobiles, rodeo and horse racing, The Rockers, flowers and nature, fish, animals and birds. Wendy always finds time to spend with family, friends and the family beagle Blue. Wendy has a stall selling art and jewellery at the Saskatoon Farmers Market where she can talk to people. Wendy does a lot of commission works through Siemens Artworks at The Saskatoon Farmers Market. Email email@example.com
Check her out in Facebook under Wendy Siemens or Siemens Artworks
Meet Leo Laniece. We have known Leo most of his life. He has been a member of our kitchen team since he was 14. He is also a double bassist in his last year of a Bachelor of Performance in Music at the University of Saskatchewan. The Leo Laniece Trio will be playing for you on Valentines.
Leo’s dedication and love for music inspire us. We don’t know too many young men who can cook their heart out during a crazy busy brunch service and then play the bass for 4 hours. Leo has performed with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Institute, TD Jazz Intensives, UofS Jazz Ensemble and the National Youth Band of Canada.