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Discover Memphremagog’s Hidden Gems: Local Artisans and Their Crafts

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Did you know that visual arts and crafts are one of the great strengths of the Eastern Townships? Memphremagog contributes greatly to this thanks to its many creators. Discover them here!

La Grange du Parfumeur

1245 des Pères Road, Magog

This Quebec-based high-end perfumery stands out for its entirely formulated, crafted, and bottled perfumes on-site in returnable bottles and compostable packaging. This commitment to the environment and detail is also evident in the materials used to create the perfumes. Nestled in a restored century-old barn, La Grange du Parfumeur is a delightful visit and a journey for the senses.

Calling all scent enthusiasts, the Jardin de Senteurs Festival will take place from July 3 to August 17, 2024, by reservation only. In a botanical oasis where butterflies, hummingbirds, and pollinating insects mingle, you can enjoy a fragrant experience and escape through the different perfumes of La Grange’s collection.

Atelier Galerie Création Jocelyne Trudeau

362 Sherbrooke Street, Magog

Immerse yourself in the vibrant and gentle world of painter Jocelyne Trudeau. Her abstract and semi-abstract contemporary works will transport you to a dreamlike and inspiring realm. Over the past few years, she has been pushing herself out of her comfort zone, allowing colors to dance across her canvases.

Seeking inspiration? Visit her online gallery or treat yourself to a private or small group workshop at her studio.

Les Trois Bouleaux

70 Principale Street West, Magog

Step into Les Trois Bouleaux and discover a world of unique art objects and handmade creations inspired by the beauty of nature. Each piece is lovingly crafted by talented Quebec artists, ensuring that you’ll find something special that speaks to your heart and style.

Whether you’re seeking exquisite ceramics, delicate jewelry, stylish clothing, handcrafted furniture, or elegant tableware, Les Trois Bouleaux has something for everyone. Browse our extensive collection and find the perfect pieces to add a touch of originality and warmth to your home.

Musée international d’art naïf de Magog

61 Merry Street North, Magog

Discover the enchanting world of the Musée international d’art naïf de Magog, where 850 captivating artworks by 280 talented artists from 53 countries await your discovery. Whether you’re an art enthusiast or simply curious about this unique form of expression, you’re sure to be captivated by the raw emotions and vibrant colors that fill these masterpieces. The Musée international d’art naïf de Magog is more than just a museum; it’s a portal to a world of imagination, authenticity, and pure artistic expression.

Poterie Christine Audet

2657 Principale Street West, Magog

Christine Audet is a ceramicist with over 40 years of experience. She creates decorative and functional pieces using gas-fired or traditional Japanese Raku firing techniques. Her inspirations come from her travels, architecture, and archaeology. Her work is truly exceptional!

Galerie Jeannine Blais

102 Main Street, North Hatley

With a mission to showcase the works of local and international painters and sculptors, Galerie Jeannine Blais is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of the village of North Hatley. Discover a gallery brimming with colour that will appeal to art collectors and novices alike.

Nature Autochtone

1195 route 112, Austin

Nature Autochtone offers a wide selection of products from over 17 different Indigenous nations. Discover jewelry, dreamcatchers, animal skins, and other traditional Indigenous crafts. Experience the authentic craftsmanship of these talented nations.

Galerie ROCCIA

25 Ste-Catherine Street, Magog

Permanent exhibition space of the internationally renowned painter and sculptor André Desjardins. Galerie ROCCIA also acts as an extension of the artist’s studio. The works are not only exhibited, but also narrated. You will be able to marvel at so much beauty, but also understand all the work that went into each piece.

Studio Georgeville

20 Carré Copp, Georgeville

Embark on a journey to this charming village nestled on the shores of Lake Memphrémagog and meet the members of the Georgeville Artists’ Cooperative. Studio Georgeville brings together and exhibits the works of these artists, promoting the artistic, literary, and cultural expression of the area.

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