Cirvan is a bespoke staircase builder and designer, catering to residences in the Haliburton Highlands and Muskoka regions. Working with assistant Jamie Clarke, he collaborates with contractors to add unique, artistic and functional staircases to homes and cottages.
Timber framing is a traditional construction method that uses heavy timber beams and posts. With over 20 years of experience, Cirvan takes pride in adding timber frame features to homes and cottages throughout Muskoka and Haliburton.
Elise Muller’s unique, handmade sterling silver jewellery creations often feature meticulously hand-shaped stone cabochons made with semi-precious stones. Her work has been featured in galleries, shows and exhibitions throughout Canada.
Linocut printing involves hand carving a reversed image into a linoleum block, then rolling ink onto the block and pressing it onto paper. Elise's bold and colourful works are inspired by nature, roads, wildlife and buildings in Muskoka and Haliburton.
Cirvan Hamilton has always had a passion for woodworking. Working as a timber framer in 2002, Cirvan began using the timber cut offs to create small tables. He developed his skills and eventually began working with hardwoods to make fine furniture. In 2008, Cirvan took an intensive craftsmanship program at Rosewood School of Fine Woodworking and has been creating a variety of custom furniture and staircases ever since.
Cirvan has won 3 Ontario Craft Council Design Awards for his furniture, as well as an Award of Excellence in furniture. His artistic eye lends itself to unique staircases and custom timber framing that can be found in homes and cottages throughout Muskoka and Haliburton Highlands.
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Elise Muller’s work began in 2001 with 3 Stone Carving courses at Haliburton School of Art + Design, where she is now a part time faculty member. She sculpts with natural rocks and minerals for both indoor and outdoor sculptures.
Elise has brought the natural aspects of her sculpture practice into her jewellery making and printmaking.
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