A graduate of Sheridan College School of Craft and Design and a former resident of The Harbourfront Centre Glass Studio in Toronto. Currently Terry is an instructor and studio technician at the Haliburton School of the Arts.
He owns and operates his own glass studio, Artech Studios in Tory Hill, On just east of Haliburton. Pushing the limits of the traditional blown glass cup, Terry creates beautiful, one-of-a-kind vessels born from the functional craft of glassblowing.
Drawing on historical pieces, Terry creates contemporary, funky work that appeals to the individual. From recycled beer glass to high-end sculptural pieces, glass is molded, shaped and blown by a skilled gaffer.
Jennifer Wanless-Craig is an installation and multi-disciplinary artist. Images created in glass, pencil, photo image and found objects are arranged in a space to create an atmosphere, a nostalgic feeling with glass as a metaphoric material.
A graduate of Toronto School of Art and Sheridan College School of Craft and Design, she has been teaching art for more than twelve years at such institutions as Oakville Art Galleries, MacLaren Art Centre (Barrie), Mississauga Living Arts Centre, Cordella Art School (Toronto), to name a few.
Besides making and teaching art Jennifer is the owner and curator of (k)nave Gallery of Contemporary Art and Fine Craft in Tory Hill, Ontario. She also co-owns Artech Glassblowing Studios, a successful glassblowing studio with her partner Terry Craig.