asha-robertson

          Asha Robertson’s devotion to the arts began at her roots. Her father a sculpture and mother a painter, introduced art as an integral part of life. Robertson’s formal education started with a four-year mentorship under sculpture Kather Venter. This Mentorship in turn brought her to the Art Institute of Chicago and then to the Alberta collage of Art and Design. Where maj...

joy-khammar

  Joy studied Visual Arts at the University of Balamand in Lebanon. After moving to Canada in 2010, she decided to go back to school for Ceramics at Sheridan College in Ontario. Joy enjoys traveling and photography when she is not working with clay. She grew up in a country that had no art galleries. As a child, Joy was told that a “gallery” only referred to furniture stores (Where painti...

janet-bartz

I create functional tableware, and occasional art pieces, in mid-fire stoneware. My work is thrown or hand built and multi-glazed, often with wax-resist decoration. I have a passion for making forms that combine function, aesthetics and craftsmanship. I sell my work at a local farmers’ market and various s...

gordon-reisig

I was eighteen when I met Mick Henry, a potter/artist who trained at the Leach Pottery, St Ives. I couldn’t afford England, so went to the Kootenay School of Art, Nelson BC. I was fortunate the Professor there was Walter Dexter who I later apprenticed with after graduation. Living the potter’s experie...

jeanne-macgrotty

  Jeanne MacGrotty was born in suburbia Vancouver, which is now the large city of Coquitlam. She has a life long practice in drawing, painting, ceramic work, sculpture, writing stories, poetry and songs continuing into her gray years. In 2005, Ms. MacGrotty started her art studies at North Island ...