Ellen was born and raised in the small coastal community of Campbell River BC, on Vancouver Island. She is the daughter of a commercial fisherman and has a long and direct connection with the sea and with nature which inspires her whimsical forms and designs.
Wild Elderberry Plate
Ellen discovered clay in 1984 while enrolled
Archive for 2009
It took four years at the Alberta College of Art (Calgary) to realize that commercial art was not my calling. For the next few years, focusing on my family became my priority. In recent years, I have discovered stained glass, wood, clay and photography, loving each medium.
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Victoria, Vancouver Island, Hotel conference facilities, business meetings, corporate retreats
Located only 25 miles from Victoria, BC this small luxury hotel is perfect for executive meetings, corporate retreats, and team building events.
Hotel features board rooms and conference facilities both formal and casual. Our Potlatch, Garden Room, Sun Room, or Summer Pavilion, meeting rooms are perfect
Desiree was born in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory and has called various places home, including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and finally Victoria.
In 1989, she became an active member of the Calgary chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Desiree enrolled in the Alberta College of Art in 1992, where she studied until getting married and starting