Lexie Owen, Artist-in-Residence at the Fieldhouse of Burrardview Park, Slocan and Yale Streets, has curated a show of neighborhood artists. Come by and be impressed by the creativity in our little neck of the woods! Opening on November 24th from 2-4 pm is being held in the community room of the St. James Hospice in the center of the park, with a reception and artist talks, while the salon style show is in the tiny fieldhouse on Slocan, open Fri through Sun for 3 weekends.
The annual cultural event of the holiday season, check out creative spaces, chat with makers of all flavours, and feast on a stunning array of visual art. Food trucks, big crowds walking the streets of Strathcona add to the festive atmosphere. I’m in #120-1000 Parker Street Studios, with the Beatty Street Woodworks Co-op. Details here
My annual spring cleaning studio sale - lots of seconds, samples and orphans looking for good homes, a selection of my newest porcelain and wood-fired pieces, and this year, a special bonus: with every purchase (while supplies last), a free gift from the demo shelf. Come early for the best selection!
Have you always wanted to play with mud? Itching to get your hands dirty and make some funky objects? I teach classes at several arts centers, click on the links to find out details and program schedules. Hint: registration for Spring and Summer programs at the Shadbolt Center begin on Jan 23. Programs fill up fast, so register early!
Come and visit me at the 1000 Parker Street Studios as you experience the best free cultural event in Vancouver. Once a year, over 300 artists open their studios to the public to show their work. I've been participating since the Culture Crawl began, 21 years ago. I'll be in unit 120, on the ground floor.
Join me in beautiful East Vancouver for my annual spring sale, with special guest Judy Osburn. Saturday and Sunday 11 am - 4 pm. New work in porcelain, wood and soda, with a big shelf of seconds and samples. Find a Father's Day gift, or something for a wedding or favorite teacher. Sit in the garden and see Judy's beautiful ceramic bird sculptures.
This spring I am curating a group show of wood and soda-fired ceramics by my colleagues at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts. Join us for the opening March 2, 6-8 pm.