Caitlin & Moira selling their wares at Folk On The Rocks Festival in 2004 (Left) and in 2006 (right)
BottleArt Creations is a joint effort of Caitlin Lacey and Moira Cameron. Discovering their mutual hobby of collecting interesting and unusual bottles, they decided to turn their combined collections into works of art.
Be sure to check their listings of wares as new items are added regularly.
Using wine or liquor bottles, jars, or other glass food or beverage containers and turning them into a medium for their art, Moira and Caitlin offer a wide selection enhanced bottles. The bottles can be used simply as decoration, but many have practical uses as well: candle holders, vases; or containers for dried foods, bath salts, potpourri, buttons, and so on.
With a variety of different paints, Caitlin decorates her bottles with simple yet elegant designs and images. Especially popular are her pieces with a Northern theme: Inukshuks, Northern Lights, and a variety of flora and fauna. Caitlin also transforms ordinary used light bulbs into delicately painted Christmas decorations.
Moira likes to use either macramé or crochet to enhance her bottles. The more oddly shaped the bottle, the more Moira enjoys the challenge of creating intricate patterns of string to highlight the bottle's colour and shape. Moira makes other crochet & macramé collectibles like shawls and afghans, Christmas decorations, jewellery, and her own unique creations: cup cozies and water bottle insulators.
YK 75th Homecoming: June 20-21, 2009, Solstice Festival
YK 75th Anniversary - celebration at City Hall: June 24th, 2009
Arts Market: June 27-28th, 2009
Folk on the Rocks: July 18-19, 2009
New Product! Moira has added crochet purses to her inventory. Come to Folk on the Rocks to see her newest wares in person, or check out the website. New item photos will be uploaded soon.
Arctic Winter Games Bazaar: March 13th 2008, Elks Club, Yellowknife 11am-6pm
Caitlin's Photos on Display: For the month of September, 2008, you can see some of Caitlin's photography on display at Andy Wong's campaign office, located at 5105 - 50th Street (above Inspired).
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Last updated: November 08, 2016