Lillian has a new studio. She is hoping the new layout works efficiently.
Tanya loves to travel and often finds inspiration in the exotic patterns and vibrant colours of South East Asia. Her most recent works fuse textile designs from western India with traditional glazes from Vietnam and Cambodia.
New potter to Kawartha Potter's Guild is Gwen MacDonald who loves throwing TALL vessels! This is a new set of Juice Jugs and Juice tumblers that can be seen at the sale coming December 1 - 3, 2017.
Her workplace is small and rarely this neat.
A graduate from Sheridan College, majoring in ceramics and design, Helen Vanya has her studio under the name of Forma Pottery. It is located in Havelock, Ontario.
Melanie Daniels loves handmade items and after touching clay was hooked. Clay has certainly been the most challenging and exciting medium that she has worked with. The idea of starting with a piece of clay and ending with a teapot, bowl, or other piece of pottery is very appealing.
Pottery lends itself beautifully to someone who wants to try new things.
Creating functional pieces that are a pleasure to hold, look at, and use is Priya's primary goal. Each of her pieces is hand made; she creates her own designs for brushwork and sgraffito surface decoration.
Over the past year, she participated in FUSION's Creative Directions programme to explore and experiment with new techniques and patterns - a work in progress!
Having attended the Guild's sales for years, Suzanne began to "muck in" and discovered the joy of combining the elements of earth, water, fire and air. This is her first offering at the Sale and you will find her "Heart warmers", "Clay Fidgets" and unique tiles.
Primarily a hand builder, she creates one of kind items that have meaning and are nature based.
Faye Jacobs, a member of the Spinners & Weaver's Guild, taught the kids in camp how to make paper yesterday afternoon. It looks like it was a huge success!