Port Hope Christmas Market

Holy Moly, St.Mark’s Annual Christmas Market is less than a month away. What the heck?! I still have paintings to complete, prints to matte, blogs to write and events to promote…

You can find me at the market again this year, located at 51 King Street in Port Hope. November 22nd and 23rd, this year we are opening the event Friday night 7-9pm, and continuing Saturday 9:30am-2:30pm. Come out and say hello, and be the first to see my new collection “North and West” in oils. I will have the 2020 calendars for sale, as well as other merchandise, and of course my original Canadian Landscapes, in both acrylics and oils.

Looking for a unique gift for someone special in your life? Perhaps you will find it at Saint Mark’s Christmas Market November 22/23. You can learn more about the event here: Watershed. You can also follow the event on Facebook: Christmas at St.Mark’s.

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Work In Progress “Old Woman Bay, Lake Superior”


I will post a blog soon about this as well; but the Northumberland Arts Gallery and Shop on Queen Street in Port Hope is currently carrying a small collection of my merchandise (2 paintings, 4 prints, and a few 2020 calendars).


Details to come! But you can mark your calendar for Sunday, December 8, as I will be collaborating with another artist on Walton Street in Port Hope for a pop-up art-show and sale! Perfect for last minute Christmas gifts!


You can view my “Rocky Mountains, Banff” painting in the Parrot Gallery in Belleville until November 28th! Go check out all the incredible talent they collected for this juried show. If you love the arts, make sure to walk around the corner onto Bridge Street East as well, because you will find 3 other galleries, and if you want to make a day out of it check out  the amazing Italian eatery there too (“Paulo’s” they have the best pizza)!


If you’re in the Cobourg Hospital take a stroll down “sumac street” the hallway of art! My “Alberta Badlands” will be there until November 27, and after that my “Moody Lake McGinnis” will be going up. Spirit of the Hills rotate the work every six months, be sure to check it out.


I am very fortunate to have connected with other artists out east; if you are anywhere near Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, be sure to visit Round Hill Studio. They have a lovely collection of art, and are carrying a variety of my prints.

Published by JenniferAnneBurke

Life-long yogini and artist. Child and Youth Worker. Passionate about Canadian road-tripping, camping, nature, and living life to the fullest.

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