At the annual Saanich Peninsula Arts & Crafts Spring Show, Jurors will assess the members’ art work for Jurors Choice Awards.  The awards are not monetized but highly prized by the artists.  

Juror for 2D Art: Paintings, fibre art, some 2D and metal work hangings

Clement Kwan is a Senior Signature Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists (SFCA), and is a Signature Member of the Oil Painter of America (OPA). He paints mainly in oils, combining impressionism with realism. He is represented by the Peninsula Gallery in Sidney, the Stephen Lowe Art Gallery in Calgary and the White Rock Gallery in White Rock.


Juror for 3D Art: Wood, fibre art, metal work, pottery and some two dimensional art work

Dawn Casson has been the owner of The Gallery at Mattick’s Farm for the past 10 years. She has always been a creative person. Dawn’s background in retail and customer service, led her to expand the gallery’s catalogue to over 60 very talented Canadian artists and artisans, including painters, woodworkers, sculptors, potters, jewellers and mixed media artists. The eclectic variety of art that Dawn displays in her gallery gives her a unique perspective on art, especially West Coast Art. The artworks displayed in the gallery include 2D, 3D and jewellery of high quality. 


Juror for Jewellery

Ian Horridge, MacDonald & Horridge. Born in the UK, Ian emigrated as a child to Canada in 1967. His training in custom-design jewellery began in 1982 with a jeweller in Market Square, Victoria.

After two years, Ian transitioned to working with Ian MacDonald where he completed his four year apprenticeship. Now with MacDonald for over 35 years, and as a partner, MacDonald and Horridge Jewellers are known for creating beautiful, innovative custom design pieces. Their jewellery is well-known locally and worldwide. Their customer base ranges from young couples starting out to multi-generational families.