Hope to see you at the Birkdale Arts Festival this Saturday, June 22nd. (South side of Ellesmere, between Midland and Brimley) Looks like it’s going to be a lovely day!
Okay, it wasn’t a Sunday. But the bowls were super-sized and super-fun to make.
And then some underglaze and a bisque firing… Waiting for a shiny clear glaze on top!
Come visit them in person on June 22nd at the Birkdale Arts Festival!
I’m very excited to be joining the Birkdale Arts Festival, coming up on Saturday, June 22nd, 2019 from 10-4. It’s an indoor/outdoor show at the lovely Birkdale Ravine & Community Centre, 1299 Ellesmere Road (south side of Ellesmere, between Midland and Brimley). This will be the 8th year for the event, but my first time participating, and I’m keen to spend a day out in the park with some fellow artists. I’ll be outside, so let’s have a warm, sunny day, shall we?
I will also be returning to the wonderful Guild Alive with Culture Arts Festival on July 27th-28th (Saturday & Sunday) on the grounds of the Guild Inn Estate (201 Guildwood Parkway). The show will run from 10-6 on Saturday and 10-5 on Sunday. This was an amazing event last year, with so much to see and do! Live music, art and food, all together in one place. What could be better?
Stop by and say hello!
The kilns are firing and I’m putting the finishing touches on all my pieces for the upcoming Holy Name show on November 24th. I hope to see you there!
This year I’ve made some ornaments. Oh, my stars…
This year, gold just felt right:
Hope you can make it out to this year’s Christmas Market & Bake Sale at Holy Name church. Saturday, November 24th from 10-4.
As always, it’ll be a great place to do some holiday shopping–or maybe pick up a treat for yourself (’cause you deserve it)–while enjoying a sweet, homemade snack.
Check out the Facebook page for the event here:
Time to go small. To make a few smaller pieces, that is. I was all out of mini bowls so I got to work on new batches in stoneware and in porcelain (with bright underglazes).
Raw clay bowls, drying…drying…
Bisque fired and ready for glazing:
More aromatherapy charms are on the way, too. Individually handmade spheres, rolled one at a time with patience (and wine).