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"COLOPHANT"

150.00

Personal Acrylic Painting on Canvas

Painting Name: “COLOPHANT” Size: 16×20 Canvas Email: seriusblackx44@gmail.com

3 hours ago
Featured Art Show May 2019 - Gordon

free

The Horses That Were My Teachers

Tuesday, April 30, 3-5PM (Art exhibit) Salt Spring artist Susan Gordon provides a visual essay into the equine inspirations behind her 2015 book, The Compassionate […]

7 hours ago
Train 1

$70 obo

MODEL TRAIN “Canada Remembers Express...

ALL ABOARD! “Canada Remembers Express” Train Collection – HO scale Original price new for only 3 cars was $119.99. This set has one extra car […]

14 hours ago
Featured 2019sale

25% OFF

ANNIVERSARY SALE WITH 25% OFF WOOD FRAMES

For the month of May come in and enjoy 25% off all wood frames in any size made to order. Think ahead for upcoming projects, […]

April 24, 2019
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$70

Liquitex Professional Classic Heavy Body Ac...

Brand new, never opened travel-ready paint set in a fun and colourful metal carrying case – contains 7 x 59ml tubes of Liquitex Professional Heavy […]

April 24, 2019
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15.00

Farmhouse Cork Board

Selling for my daughter who is moving. Farmhouse style corkboard – hangs on the wall. First come first serve! Please contact via e-mail to pick […]

April 23, 2019
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$775.00

Sm Kiln & Programmable Controller

Kiln : Duncan EA-820 hex kiln and GB1 Programmable Kiln Controller (from ceramics or glass casting). Both in excellent shape, very lightly used and dry […]

April 23, 2019
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100.00

Oxford English Dictionary – Compact E...

This is the 1971 edition in two volumes including the original magnification glass and case. Amaze your friends with a broadened vocabulary – every word […]

April 23, 2019
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500.00

Paragon front-loading glass kiln for sale

Older model Paragon GL22AD front-loading glass kiln for sale – brand new elements, interior brick is in good shape. Comes with stand. Inside dimensions are […]

April 22, 2019
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40.00

Frog print/w/c

Frog in a pond, double-matt framed by Pegasus Gallery. There is some damage to the picture, an unfortunate nick on the signature prevents proper Id, […]

April 22, 2019
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400 firm

Original water color by Ranjan Sen

‘Backyard in Provence’ by world renowned Vancouver artist Ranjan Sen, 22″x30″, framed. Purchased by my dad in 2000 for 400$ from the artist (a family […]

April 22, 2019
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100. obo.

Framed print ‘At the Cafe’ by F...

Framed print, (original by artist Tsuguhara (Leonard) Foujita in 1949). 20″x23″, nice frame over-all but has a scratch on the silver part lower left. Who […]

April 22, 2019
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negotiable

Looking for a Silversmith on Salt Spring!

My friend made me a gorgeous bead. It has an opening only at the top. I’m looking for someone who is able to think outside […]

April 22, 2019
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$3000 obo

Silversmith set up for sale

Silversmith set up with bench, saw, files, pliers, vise, hammers, ringbender, German made propane blowtorch, regulator, dapping set, disc punch, Foredom drumel, bits, sterling silver […]

April 21, 2019
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FLEECE FOR SPINNING WANTED

Looking for 4 – 5 lbs of Corriedale or Romney fleece or the like to be spun for a sweater. Prefer 3 – 4″ long […]

April 21, 2019
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Dairy Farm Can

Classic old milk can…original condition…no rust..no paint..very clean inside…$75

April 20, 2019
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Vintage Oil Cans

various collectibles includes 5 gallon Esso can…$89 takes all…

April 20, 2019
pottery

free

broken mexican pottery

Broken Mexican bowl & figurine

April 19, 2019
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artist looking for advice on where to get w...

Hello! I’m an artist coming to Salt Spring to paint this summer and am wondering if there was someone on the island that made wooden, […]

April 19, 2019
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$30

Cast Iron Cauldron

early 1900s era…three legged cast iron cauldron with handle..comes with hair line crack making it an ideal decor piece..

April 17, 2019
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various

nook Indian Handcraft Pop-Up!

nook Indian Handcraft Pop-Up! When: Sat. April 20 Time: 9-3:30 Where: across from Mateada, where Elderberry Yarn was We are selling handcrafted treasures from our […]

April 16, 2019
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$80

Stone frieze – Vineyards?

Large heavy stone frieze with beautiful vines and grapes design around a female head. This is quite heavy and has a built in wire loop […]

April 16, 2019
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725.00

Working Artist’s Studio for Rent

We have a 300 Sq. Ft. working artist’s studio with vaulted ceilings and SW exposure with a large sundeck overlooking a lovely flower garden in […]

April 15, 2019
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$40

hand made fire pokers.

Hello, if you need a fire poker for your woodstove I am selling Hand forged fire pokers that I made for $60. Each fire poker […]

April 15, 2019
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Wanted: Rotary Phone or similar

Needed ASAP! I am hoping to acquire a rotary stye telephone, or a phone with a similar style talking piece for an art project. Nothing […]

April 15, 2019
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$125

beetle wing necklaces

For people who love fascinating natural sparkly things…i have two Elytra beetle wing chokers available for sale, $125 each. One is in the rarest wings, […]

April 14, 2019
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STEAM PUNK

Cast Iron and Galvanize pull chain floor lamp…very funky..$85

April 14, 2019
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