Artists in Residence at In The Hills Magazine

About In The Hills Magazine

In The Hills Magazine is an independent, locally owned print and online magazine that has earned its reputation as a best-read local magazine in Headwaters.

Since 1994, the quarterly magazine has focused on telling stories about the region’s communities, environment, arts, food, leisure and more, establishing it as a cultural cornerstone for everyone who cherishes these hills as home – or hopes to one day.

In The Hills is delivered to more than 40,000 homes and farms throughout Caledon, Erin, Dufferin, Orangeville and Creemore – up to double the circulation of any other local publication. And it is available to visitors at local inns, restaurants, specialty retail stores and other tourist locations.

“The magazine’s goal is not only to reflect life here in the hills, but to deepen our understanding of this rich and complex community and the splendid countryside we inhabit,” says publisher Signe Ball.

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John Adams

September 11, 2015

A motorcycle enthusiast with a passion for the outdoors, John Adams has been intrigued by ways of translating the world through art.


John Ashbourne

September 9, 2011

The mysterious Green Man has resisted numerous serious, as well as more fanciful, attempts to satisfactorily explain its presence and meaning, but for Mono artist John Ashbourne, it symbolizes the relationship between “Man and Nature.”


Douglas Brown

June 17, 2014

His body of work includes many water colours from 30 years of autumn painting expeditions to Nova Scotia.


Pat Burns-Wendland

March 21, 2016

Accomplished fabric artist Pat Burns-Wendland has produced a series of four handwoven silk kimonos representing the seasons of her life.


Ellen Cameron

March 31, 2013

Ellen travels with a camera as her constant companion, a tool that more readily allows her to record the subtleties of horses’ actions and interactions.


Yvonne De Viller

Nov 22, 2016

A stained glass artist for 26 years, Yvonne De Viller has ranked among top-selling artists in both the Autumn Art Sale held at the McMichael art gallery in Kleinburg and the Buckhorn Fine Art Festival.


Adam De Witte

Mar 26, 2018

Adam De Witte’s work can be viewed at Dragonfly Arts on Broadway in Orangeville.


Peter Dusek

November 25, 2015

Peter Dusek was recently awarded Best Work by an Emerging Artist by the Ontario Society of Artists and named one of 24 Best of 2015 by The American Society of Media Photographers.


Chris Evitts

Sep 16, 2017

Indefinite edges, dusky landscapes and strange figures seen as if through smoky lenses evoke the moment between waking and dreaming.


Julia Gilmore

June 19, 2012

Julia’s giddy and gorgeous paintings are both gracious and whimsical – the kind of images that make you want to smile, even laugh, with delight.


Kim Harcourt

September 13, 2012

Check out Kim’s work this fall on the North of 89 Studio Tour and at Holiday Treasures, Dufferin Country Museum.


Darlene Hassall

Jun 20, 2016

Shelburne artist Darlene Hassall is well known for her abstract art and portraits.


Diana Hillman

September 11, 2014

Diana’s work can be seen this fall at the annual open studio at Silver Creek Farm in Caledon, as well at the Headwaters Arts Festival Show & Sale.


Tara Imerson

March 22, 2012

Tara creates watercolour depictions of old buildings, vintage automobiles and everyday objects in still life.


Linda Jenetti

March 23, 2014

Her show La Campagnola – the country girl presents paintings and sketches inspired by the rolling hills of both Umbria and her long-time home in Mulmur Township.


Kame and Kettle Artists

March 23, 2011

Kame & Kettle artists includes Sue Ecclestone, Do Hamilton, Emilia Perri, Mia Thornhill, Mary Wood, Jane Richmond, Linda Jenetti, Andrea Trace and Darlene Hassall. This longstanding coalition of Dufferin artists is currently celebrating its twentieth anniversary with a show of new and retrospective works, in a variety of media and subject matter, at Dufferin County…


Russna Kaur

Mar 20, 2017

Russna Kaur’s works can be found in private and corporate collections.


Jim Lorriman

November 17, 2012

Jim crafts his pieces from fallen branches and other found wood, including remnants of docks, flooring and window frames.


Virginia May

June 17, 2013

The disappearing landscape has become a recurring theme, painted in oil or acrylic on canvas which is a return to the roots of her painting.


Susan Mein

November 21, 2011

A self-taught artist who began painting at an early age, Susan’s slightly naïve style adds extra charm to her nostalgic interpretations of rural life, which include scenes from here in the hills.


Shawn Murenbeeld

June 16, 2015

In his spare time, artist Shawn Murenbeeld hunts for artifacts of contemporary life – remaking them into whimsical sculptures (the one at left is titled, “R U Receiving?”)


Pam Purves

June 16, 2011

Like all impressionistic art, soft-focus photography takes the obvious out of commonplace objects and draws attention to more fundamental elements.


Jeff Smith

Jun 21, 2017

Jeff accepts commissions for wildlife and garden sculpture, as well as for custom iron gates and other commercial and residential installations.


Kate Taylor

November 19, 2013

Kate uses a process to hand paint photographs that focus almost exclusively on nature


Andrea Trace

September 11, 2013

Andrea is particularly inspired by “how we attempt to master our environment via language, laying human-scale boundaries over cosmic-scale concepts and realities.”


Winston Uytenbogaart

November 17, 2014

You can find Winston’s painted Santa-themed carvings at Dragonfly Arts on Broadway, Orangeville.


Sharon Wadsworth-Smith

Sep 16, 2016

Sharon’s latest works are a vibrant interpretation of the Island Lake Trail near Orangeville, where she often paints on location.


Vickie Wild

Nov 22, 2017

Many of her pieces are commissions of beloved horses or family pets.


Gary Wright

March 23, 2015

You can visit Gary in his Hockley Valley studio. You’ll see finished pieces as well as works in progress, and you may even see faeries in his garden.