Saratoga Woodworks – Map # 1

Arts and Crafts inspired furniture, doors and windows. Stunning details, using traditional joinery, makes each piece unique. We also have Campbell River artists Debbie Rose Designs (Jewelry), Bob McLeod Glass, Natures Natural Effects Woodcrafting & Natures Edge Wood Design sharing our studio for the day.

Featuring the work of: Rodney Wilson


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Year Round Hours: By appointment only

This year we have invited 4 artisans to join us Debbie Rose Designs, Bob McCleod Glass, Natures Edge Wood Design, and Natures Natural Effects. We are all excited to bring together a variety of mediums for you to enjoy, appreciate and support.  Unique Jewelry, Glass Art, Lathe Artist, & Rustic Furnishings along with our Fine Woodworking. A Great place to start your Tour experience.

Rodney Wilson

Deb Idiens

A unique transformation of found treasures, from Grandma’s buttons to vintage and new bling.  The old finds new life using Italian and European leathers and top quality findings.  I love to make jewelry that is fun to wear and one of a kind. Also available is a selection of packages of 50 ‘Angel Cards’.  My mom started giving them as gifts many years ago and using her original designs I have lovingly reproduced them.  She would be thrilled that her ‘angels’ are still bringing  joy to those that pick one a day and ponder the sentiment.

Steve Shelley

Bob Macleod
Bob McLeod was born in Kitimat, British Columbia, in 1960. He began his education in glass with Cherie Hemmingsen, and by attending Red Deer College’s Hot Glass Program twice, once on a scholarship from the BC Glass Art Association. Workshops with Lisa Cerny, Ed Schmidt and David Schwarz furthered this education. His glasswork is in collections across North America, and he has exhibited in galleries in Victoria, Qualicum and his home town of Campbell River. He has a studio in Campbell River.
The pieces displayed here are part of his Vestiges Collection, an ongoing exploration of entropy and abandonment. Gears and piping combine with glass to create a vision of forgotten or obsolete technologies.

  • Address 1980 Taft Place, Black Creek, BC V9J 1A7

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