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Past Events

Sat. November 4th 2017
Cowichan Artisans Fall Studio Tour Coventry Woodworks, Cathi Jefferson, Ken Broadland, Ancient Art of Stone, Jennifer Lawson, Mary Fox, Morgan Saddington, Kiln Art Glass Studio, Laurel Hibbert @  various artists studios Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Fri. April 21st 2017
Cowichan Artisans Spring Studio Tour Coventry Woodworks, Morgan Saddington, Live Edge Design, Ancient Art of Stone, Laurel Hibbert, Jennifer Lawson, Ken Broadland, Jo Ludwig, Peggy Brackett, Cathi Jefferson, Mary Fox @  various artists studios Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Thu. March 2nd 2017
Black, White and Silver Morgan Saddington, Suzan KostiuckThe Gallery at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Sat. November 5th 2016
Cowichan Artisans Fall Studio Tour Kiln Art Glass, Morgan Saddington, Veronica Scott, Cathi Jefferson, Jennifer Lawson, Mary Fox, Coventry Woodworks, Live Edge Design, Cheryl Painter, Heartwood Studio @  Artists Studios Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Morgan Saddington

Morgan Saddington
"Morgan Ann Designs"

Confirmed: Mar. 15, 2016 (Awaiting Update)

from Cowichan Station BC

"I have always been drawn to silver jewellery by the appearance and versatility of the metal. The ability to create something with such movement and fluidity from a solid material is what I find so appealing."

Morgan is an award winning jewellery designer with over 15 years of experience. Working in sterling silver and copper, her pieces incorporate ancient chain maille patterns that feature a modern style. Morgan’s jewellery is characterized by her unique hand forged sterling silver beads and coloured copper pendants. Described as classically beautiful, her jewellery is timeless and easy to wear.

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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division