Silver Tree Studio
Local owner, Lynne Harrison is a remarkable woman. Her Silver Tree Studio is truly a place of creativity. Her one of a kind landscape art, moves into garment design, and accessories. The Studio also hosts live music with local singer songwriter Lori Reid, and others. Sometimes when you least expect it.
Silver Tree Studio is more than just a place to shop, it is a place to experience.
Join Colour Alchemist Lynne Harrison and slip into Bold Inspiration as she transforms her current canvas in to a piece of Art. Or, surround yourself, physically, in Lynne’s one of a kind Active Wear, that she has taken off of her canvas and put on her line of clothing known as ALCHEMY OF RIDE. Gear for your groovy.
As a keen supporter of local artists and making art accessible to everyone, SILVER TREE STUDIO hosts guest painters, musicians, potters, and other artists as well as offering up one of a kind all natural fibre clothing - in addition to Lynne’s ALCHEMY OF RIDE line.
Lynne also supports causes near to her heart by donating proceeds of ALCHEMY OF RIDE sales* to not for profits such as Mental Aid and Keltie Patrick Dennehey Foundation
You will not just visit SILVER TREE STUDIO; you will experience it. You will not just buy; you will discover your Motion Potion.
*Contact Lynne for details.
Owner Lynne Harrison is a remarkable lady...creative thinker...artist...and alchemist of colour. Drop by her shop in Canmore, Silver Tree Studio, have a chat, browse her art, clothing line, curios, knicks and knacks. She hosts live painting sessions, local singer songwriter Lori Reid often drops by to play some music. Check out Lynne's new "Alchemy of Ride Click" line of cycling apparel/active wear and get your groove on. See more at the Studio web link below.
When a creative colour alchemist turns her mountainscapes into fabric, the entire skiwear industry is disrupted. The prevailing palette of plain colours in today's brands - two-tone if you’re lucky and a preponderance of black, beige, plain red or navy - means that Lynne Harrison’s multi-hued, outsized prints stand out like flamboyant flowers at a funeral.
Wife of Crazy Canuck Olympian Dave Irwin, Lynne Harrison has been running an eclectic art studio and creative clothing shop in her home town of Canmore since May 2015. Starting with paintings, prints and postcards, she morphed her mountain motif into printed bike, running and watersports clothing first and then, this season, moved into the Alchemy of Ride range of ski jackets, pants, vests, one-piece Nordic outfits, and wickable under layers for men and women. “It is about sharing colour and fun and happiness,” says Harrison. “Alchemy is the ancient process of turning base metal into gold and The Ride is a metaphor for life.”