Sharon Bussard Grove was born in Lethbridge, Alberta. Her first experience with clay was ingrained as a child diligently playing in her Grandmothers studio. Mid life she returned to her passion for clay while residing in Tsawwassen. In 1994 She became an active member of the pottery community with the Delta Potters Association and began
I have been a studio potter since graduating from Kootenay School of Art, Nelson, BC in 1976.
My Work combines my love of drawing and painting with my passion for clay work.
My method of hand building using thinly rolled slabs of white earthenware clay, images are carefully drawn and incised, and textures are then
Fish Teapot $275.00 CAD
Linda Walton received her post secondary educations in painting and ceramics at the Berkshire college of Art and at Leicester University in England. She lived and worked in Jamaica before immigrating to British Columbia in the 70s where she taught ceramics, drawing and design in the Fine Arts Department at Thompson
Lyn has been working with clay for over 20 years and uses handbuilt, wheel-thrown and altered form techniques. She makes a wide range of pottery from pendants to bowls and platters to wall art. The common theme in all her pieces is a touch of the coast. She uses stamped and rolled impressions of shellsRead more →
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