Williams Design Studio



1470 Highway 7A, Box 86, Bethany, ON L0A 1A0

Paul and Beverley have shared their studio/gallery in Bethany since 1977. In their 107 year old early Ontario General home, Paul creates unique water fountains in brass, copper and stainless steel, stone and wood. Outside in their Secret Garden there is a display of a dozen different fountains. You can tour the Secret Garden to see frogs, fish, faeries and flowers from May to October.

Beverley works in handwoven fibre; leather sculpture; decorating hard-shelled shelled gourds and experimenting with various natural materials.

Together they have built Donor Wall Sculptures  for Community Care in Lindsay; the Omemee & Millbrook Medical Centres; the Nestleton Community Centre; The Orillia Presbyterian Church and Spencer House Seniors Home, Orillia and the Liftlock Hockey League at the Evinrude Arena, Peterborough as well as a number of other churches and public spaces. Their largest 18' Maple Leaf Tree Sculpture is in the lobby of the Best Western Inn, Cobourg. It was sculpted in copper with over 800 copper Maple Leaves all handtooled with a carved copper foil tree trunk.

They have shown their unique handmade garden fountains at the Peterborough Garden Show each spring for many years and their work can be seen at the Whetung Gallery, Curve Lake year round as well, as their studio/gallery in downtown Bethany.