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2020 Holiday Sale Profile – Ann Hobday

rectangular tray with carved and painted bicycle - Ann Hobday

Ann has been experimenting in clay and taught ceramics as part of Visual Arts in secondary school for two decades. Since retirement she switched to hand-building in stoneware. Being outdoors keeps her grounded and in tune with earth’s rhythms. Ann looks for ways to incorporate nature themes and cycling motifs in functional slab plates, mugs, bowls, seasonal ornaments and jewellery. Recently, she has begun teaching hand-building techniques to adults and children at the Kawartha Potters Guild. Great fun! “Ceramics and teaching is keeping me excited about life”.

Our sale continues through until the close of day December 23rd.  You can book an appointment using this form for your convenience, or take a chance and drop by.  We are open Friday 11 – 8, Saturday 10 – 5, Sunday – Wednesday 11-5.

hand built turtle shaped and stamped dishes - Ann HobdayHemp painted rectangular tray - Ann Hobday

Holiday Profile – Ann Hobday

Promo rack card for Ann Hobday
“I have been experimenting in clay and taught ceramics as part of Visual Arts in secondary school for two decades. Since retirement I have switched to hand building in stoneware. Being outdoors keeps me grounded and in tune with earth’s rhythms. I look for ways to incorporate nature themes and motifs in functional slab plates, bowls, bird houses/feeders, seasonal ornaments and jewelry. I miss teaching. Recently, I volunteered to share handbuilding techniques with adults of all ages. Ceramics and teaching is keeping me excited about life. “

Long white tray with dragonflies and green leaves - Ann HobdayGreen rectangular tray with bicycle decoration - Ann HobdayLight blue bowl with leaf impression - Ann Hobday
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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