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Handmade ceramic vessels made in Beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Margot Van Allen
As a lifelong potter (42 years) and the owner of eARTh Studio (Nelson, BC) D.E.Walters has extensive experience working with low, medium and high fire clays and glazes, handbuilding, sculpture and wheel techniques. She is always experimenting with form, process and colour in the ceramic medium. She regularly participates in workshops for advanced potters, and attends the NCECA National Council of Ceramic Educators conference, annually. Her work is in galleries in Alberta and BC.
Hillary Webb is a Vancouver-based artist who practices primarily in textile mediums and ceramics, combining techniques such as hand embroidery, natural dyeing, and drawing. Hillary’s work is inspired by architecture, geometry, the natural world, and a sense of place. She has exhibited her work across North America in solo and group shows, as well as art and craft fairs. She has taught embroidery workshops since 2006, and regularly collaborates with other artists on creative projects. After graduating from the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2004 she became a librarian at Emily Carr University of Art and Design out of the desire to give people the tools to learn new techniques, to explore, and to be inspired by history, ideas, and images.
Mayne Island Clay Works
My love of clay began as a small child. Decades later, clay is still the tangible substance with which I best express myself on physical, emotional, and spiritual levels. Clay is a sort of communication device between myself and the outside world. I don't question my need to create. I pass along my experience through creating, appreciating, listening, and teaching. Oregon was my home from 1978 until recently. It was the University of Oregon that launched me into the world with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics in 1983. Today, my studio is in Duncan, BC on Vancouver Island off the Canadian west coast.
a potter fueled by pizza. based in chinatown, vancouver | studio: 721 gore ave