Washago
ART CLUB

Washago Art Club art continued:

Here are a few more examples of our members’ work: ARTIST: Jim Kirby The first railway to arrive in Washago was the Northern Railway in 1873. The station remains in use by CN for railway purposes. It has seen a number of alterations. ARTIST: DeeDee McConaghy The railway came to Washago on August 8, 1873 and was responsible for attracting settlers to both Washago and Muskoka. Replacing the steamboats, the railway hauled freight and trade goods, a major step in development. ARTIST: John LeBarr Wes and Daisy met at the train station in Washago. They were both musicians from Hogtown. They fell in love, did some traveling and settled back in Washago with their cow, “Titsy”. ARTIST: Jan McKnight “In the subdued light of the old pine forest, practically nothing grew, and one could drive a team and wagon almost anywhere among the trees without noise, so thick was the carpet of needles.” Written by Miss Cassidy, a school teacher around 1842. ARTIST: Lori Clapp Paddling on the river heading out to Lake Couchiching in the old cedar strip canoe. ARTIST: Nancy Bishop Teachings The 8 feathers are, Wisdom, Truth, Humility, Love, Courage, Bravery, Sharing and Balance. Beads; Red is Love, Blue is hope/future, Black is trouble/detours, Clear is your Spirt. The eagle will take our messages to the creators. ARTIST: Heather Witko Logging next the Black River Washago. Mid 1800’s logging was one of the main occupations in the Washago area. The horse was an inherent part of the logging process. ARTIST: Jane Dickson The Old Mill, Washago. Waiting for copy… Click on image for larger version. Myra Korkola - watercolour: The Old Mill, Washago. Waiting for copy… (Click on image for larger version.) ARTIST: Mary Harth The Old Mill, Washago. Waiting for copy… Click on image for larger version. ARTIST: John LeBarr Name?. Waiting for copy… Click on images for larger versions. ARTIST: John LeBarr Name?. Waiting for copy… Click on images for larger versions.
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Washago
ART CLUB

Washago Art Club art continued:

Here are a few more examples of our members’ work: ARTIST: Jim Kirby The first railway to arrive in Washago was the Northern Railway in 1873. The station remains in use by CN for railway purposes. It has seen a number of alterations. ARTIST: DeeDee McConaghy The railway came to Washago on August 8, 1873 and was responsible for attracting settlers to both Washago and Muskoka. Replacing the steamboats, the railway hauled freight and trade goods, a major step in development. ARTIST: John LeBarr Wes and Daisy met at the train station in Washago. They were both musicians from Hogtown. They fell in love, did some traveling and settled back in Washago with their cow, “Titsy”. ARTIST: Jan McKnight “In the subdued light of the old pine forest, practically nothing grew, and one could drive a team and wagon almost anywhere among the trees without noise, so thick was the carpet of needles.” Written by Miss Cassidy, a school teacher around 1842. ARTIST: Lori Clapp Paddling on the river heading out to Lake Couchiching in the old cedar strip canoe. ARTIST: Nancy Bishop Teachings The 8 feathers are, Wisdom, Truth, Humility, Love, Courage, Bravery, Sharing and Balance. Beads; Red is Love, Blue is hope/future, Black is trouble/detours, Clear is your Spirt. The eagle will take our messages to the creators. ARTIST: Heather Witko Logging next the Black River Washago. Mid 1800’s logging was one of the main occupations in the Washago area. The horse was an inherent part of the logging process. ARTIST: Jane Dickson The Old Mill, Washago. Waiting for copy… Click on image for larger version. Myra Korkola - watercolour: The Old Mill, Washago. Waiting for copy… (Click on image for larger version.) ARTIST: Mary Harth The Old Mill, Washago. Waiting for copy… Click on image for larger version. ARTIST: John LeBarr Name?. Waiting for copy… Click on images for larger versions. ARTIST: John LeBarr Name?. Waiting for copy… Click on images for larger versions.