The Gibbons Museum is operated by the Sturgeon River Historical Society, whose members dedicate hundreds of volunteer hours each year in maintaining the grounds and preserving the local pioneer history Read more [...]
Imagine holding Edmonton’s Rutherford House, the house you grew up in or the church where you were married, in the palm of your hands. The art of replicating architecture is Toula Prins’ pride and passion. Lining the walls of the comfortable workspace is row upon row of miniature houses, historical landmarks and colourful signature pieces. She carefully crafts each structure by hand, sometimes using as many as 20 pieces to complete a work. These reproductions make truly unique gifts for anniversaries, corporate presentations, retirement or a treasured keepsake.
Toula’s House of Clay is a one-stop shop for that perfect, one-of-a-kind gift. Visit our website to view a detailed selection or Toula’s creations. www.ToulasHouseOfClay.ca
Toula is pleased to display and sell a collection of original watercolour paintings by Rosa Pizauti amidst her many reproductions. Rosa has been creating and displaying original work in the area since 1979. Her work can be found in collections around the world. Rosa’s watercolours show her enthusiasm for all of the various aspects of life and nature. She will take you from Alberta landscapes to Italian vistas, from delicate flowers to soul-searching portraits.
Visit our country studio where you can view and handle over 100 artistic replicas. Studio located just 30 minutes from Edmonton. By appointment only, please! We look forward to meeting you!
Country Soul Stroll, 2011
We are excited to participate in our 6th Country Soul Stroll. Bring your friends and family for an outing in Edmonton’s countryside and visit Toula’s House of Clay. We will show you how we create our works of art and you are welcome to tour the gardens while you are here. Check back for dates and more information.
Toulas House of Clay will be part of the Sturgeon County Bounty at the Edmonton Garrison on Canada Day, July 1st. The Bounty will start at 11:30 and go until 2:30. See you there.