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Contemporary fiber art from New Brunswick

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New Brunswick fiber artist Nancy Estle uses traditional techniques to create contemporary abstract images. Her work reflects her time split between St. Andrews, New Brunswick and Grand Manan Island, N.B.Tangles Upon Blues. www.windwardartgallery.com

Ceramic hand-thrown wine cups

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Mother-daughter duo Daphne Large and Suzanne Scott operate the island’s longest running pottery shop, located in New London, Prince Edward Island. These hand-thrown wine cups are baked in a 2,000-degree kiln, but they’re perfect vessels for a cool beverage on a summer day. www.villagepottery.ca

The winds of change

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Yarmouth native Mandy Rennehan returns to build her home in an unlikely locale

Bowl by metalsmith Wesley Harris

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Metalsmith Wesley Harris transformed a sterling silver sheet into this bowl using a process called raising. The hammered texture creates an underwater feel, complete with a family of dolphins. www.wesleyharris.ca

Gallery: The winds of change

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Yarmouth native Mandy Rennehan returns to build her dream home in an abandoned windmill. Read our story on this incredible home here.

Spinach Salad

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This is the perfect accompaniment for any pizza, as it provides texture and taste contrast.

Pizza Pesto

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An alternative to tomato sauce for your favourite pizza.