Drumbeg House, close to Drumbeg Provincial Park, is where Naomi and Elias Wakan live and work.
There are two studios at Drumbeg House as well as a woodworking shop. Naomi's private studio
includes areas for writing, fabric work and painting. Eli's studio is an area open to the public
where his latest pieces of sculpture are displayed. There is an additional room where photographs,
fabric pieces and paintings can be viewed. Naomi's books are also on display. People gravitate
to the woodworking shop which (depending on the stage of the sculpture in progress) is sometimes shown.
The studios are open by appointment year round as well as in October during Gabriola's Thanksgiving
Gallery Tour, when most of the island's studios are open to the public for three days.
For an appointment please call (250) 247-0014 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org,