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Rosemary learned to use the pottery wheel when she started working for “Clay for Kids” in Calgary. “A 5-minute practice in my boss's garage prepared me for throwing demo cups in front of my first elementary school class. They were badly centered, fat walled and...

Mo Williams is a ceramic artist living in Squamish with her husband and two young children. Originally from LA, she was introduced to ceramics in 2018 while living in Montreal, and has been passionately creating ever since....

Krystle lives and creates on the unceded lands in Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish, BC). She is curious about using different clays and glazes to create pieces that are playful, timeless or comfortable....

Kailey Larson first found herself behind the pottery wheel in 2018, at a course in Paradise Valley. It has been a transformational journey of inspiration and knowledge gained by consistent practice since then. For Kailey, handcrafting each piece is an act of meditation and self...

Layla Daire, Chilean Ceramist, is currently enrolled in a Visual Arts Diploma, KPU. Journalist in culture and art media, she decided to put her hand in the mud, and for seven years, she ran a studio in La Serena, Chile, where she developed research in...

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