This is a short list of web links that you might find interesting. Most relate in some way to pottery or craft in general. There are a couple of others that have just been tossed in for fun.

Elly MacKay This is my daughter, Elly MacKay's site. Elly is an outstanding author/illustrator of children's books. Her books are published worldwide.

Keppel Henge This site is about a millennium project a friend and I completed. We created a stone circle about 80 feet in diameter near Georgian Bay, Ontario. We used about 25 tonnes of limestone megaliths. The sun's shadow falls on different stones throughout the year marking the seasons. The site has some sub-sections: The Analemma Project describes a one year project I undertook to capture an analemma on film above the henge, and The Analemmatic Sundial shows a 6 meter wide sundial we built next to the henge.

Pinhole Camera Photography One of my interests outside of pottery is pinhole camera photography. This site features some of my photos, plus information about pinhole cameras.

Astro Photography Another interest is astro photography. This site features some favourite photos that I've taken over the past ten years. Most are aurora photos, plus some other subjects.

Keppel Croft This web site is about an amazing garden created by my friends Bill and Dawn Loney. It is also where Keppel Henge is located.

The Pottery Supply House I have been buying my supplies from PSH for over 30 years. They are located in Oakville, Ontario.

FUSION: The Ontario Clay and Glass Association For many years, FUSION has been the foremost organization in Ontario for potters and glass artists.

The Ontario Crafts Council This site is a good resource of information about what is going on in Ontario Craft.

Smith's Apples My friends Micki and Steve Smith grow the best (yes, the best) apples in Ontario at their pick your own farm.

Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery This is our regional public art gallery, located in Owen Sound. It has a fine collection of 20th century Canadian painting, especially Tom Thomson's work. It also hosts and organizes an ongoing rotation of exhibitions featuring innovative new work by contemporary artists.

It seems like every web page should have at least one photo — even a links page!
This hand built tea bowl has an apple wood ash glaze that picks up the texture of a stamped pattern. This tea bowl was fired to cone 10 reduction and it is 8.5 cm tall and 14.5 cm wide. It was made in 2006.
There are more tea bowls on my 5 Tea bowls page.
Steve Irvine
R.R. # 2
Wiarton, Ontario
Canada N0H 2T0
(519) 534 2175