PHOTOS: First annual Ponoka Golf Club Art and Craft Show and Sale

PHOTOS: First annual Ponoka Golf Club Art and Craft Show and Sale
Beauty from Ashes: The Ponoka Golf Club hosted its first annual Art and Craft Show and Sale on Nov. 16 and 17 in the banquet room. The show featured a variety of local artists and crafters with one-of-a-kind-items on offer. Pictured here Janet Heigh “Beauty from Ashes,” pyrography artist smiles from behind her table of detailed wood burning and mixed-media pieces, all made from reclaimed wood. General manager Lorne Fundytus says he was pleased with the amount of tables and talent in the room for the inaugural event. Photos by Emily JaycoxBeauty from Ashes: The Ponoka Golf Club hosted its first annual Art and Craft Show and Sale on Nov. 16 and 17 in the banquet room. The show featured a variety of local artists and crafters with one-of-a-kind-items on offer. Pictured here Janet Heigh “Beauty from Ashes,” pyrography artist smiles from behind her table of detailed wood burning and mixed-media pieces, all made from reclaimed wood. General manager Lorne Fundytus says he was pleased with the amount of tables and talent in the room for the inaugural event. Photos by Emily Jaycox
Acrylic pour paintings by Marilyn Jensen, “Outside the Box.”Acrylic pour paintings by Marilyn Jensen, “Outside the Box.”
These decorated horse shoes were made by Missy Watson.These decorated horse shoes were made by Missy Watson.
Worm sticks to support potted plants made by the Ponoka Potters Guild members.Worm sticks to support potted plants made by the Ponoka Potters Guild members.
Wood pieces made by Dale Sande, “Wood You Like Crafts.”Wood pieces made by Dale Sande, “Wood You Like Crafts.”
PHOTOS: First annual Ponoka Golf Club Art and Craft Show and Sale

Acrylic pour paintings by Marilyn Jensen, “Outside the Box.”

These decorated horse shoes were made by Missy Watson.

Beauty from Ashes: The Ponoka Golf Club hosted its first annual Art and Craft Show and Sale on Nov. 16 and 17 in the banquet room. The show featured a variety of local artists and crafters with one-of-a-kind-items on offer. Pictured here Janet Heigh “Beauty from Ashes,” pyrography artist smiles from behind her table of detailed wood burning and mixed-media pieces, all made from reclaimed wood. General manager Lorne Fundytus says he was pleased with the amount of tables and talent in the room for the inaugural event. Photos by Emily Jaycox

Worm sticks to support potted plants made by the Ponoka Potters Guild members.

Wood pieces made by Dale Sande, “Wood You Like Crafts.”

By Emily Jaycox