Ted Stewart

10 Stevens Street,  Newboro, ON

Look what has crawled out of the woodwork… 

 

Ted Stewart’s award-winning wildfowl sculptures feature the Birds of Ontario. Individually carved from wood, sometimes abstracted in natural wood, but often detailed and painted so realistically that they appear to sleepily drowse or to be ready to take flight.  

 

Ted also paints on canvas, portraying wildlife and/or the environments they inhabit, sometimes visions or dreams. 

Ted has been Artist in Residence at national parks and his art has been featured in dozens of newspaper stories, in magazines and on an episode of Regional Contact (CTV Ottawa).  

 

Ted now judges at carving competitions & photographs Ontario’s birds. 

Woodcarving demonstrations all weekend! 

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Redstart - TS
Redstart - TS
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Wood Ducks - TS
Wood Ducks - TS
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Pied-Billed Grebe - miniature - Ted Stewart
Pied-Billed Grebe - miniature - Ted Stewart
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painting Screech Owl carving - Ted Stewart
painting Screech Owl carving - Ted Stewart
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Northern Hawk Owl - miniature - Ted Stewart
Northern Hawk Owl - miniature - Ted Stewart
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Fall Birches - Ted Stewart
Fall Birches - Ted Stewart
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Dowitcher, Turnstone & Plover - Ted Stewart
Dowitcher, Turnstone & Plover - Ted Stewart
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Drifters - TS
Drifters - TS
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Ted Stewart - Great Blue Heron
Ted Stewart - Great Blue Heron
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Ted Stewart - Redpoll
Ted Stewart - Redpoll
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Ted Stewart - Barred Owl
Ted Stewart - Barred Owl
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Ted Stewart - Kinglet
Ted Stewart - Kinglet
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Ted Stewart - Pied-Billed Grebe
Ted Stewart - Pied-Billed Grebe
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Ted Stewart - Loon detail
Ted Stewart - Loon detail
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