News from around the studio
This is a large stoneware jar which was made with a combination of throwing and hand building. I'm planning to glaze it with a maple wood ash glaze that is amber coloured, fairly fluid, and I hope will pick up the texture on the surface. If it turns out I hope to have it in my solo exhibition this November at Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery in London, Ontario.
A lot of the pieces I'll be working on this month will be put aside for a solo exhibition I'll be having in November at the Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery
in London, Ontario.
Three of my works in clay are part of a group exhibition currently on at the Tom Thomson Art Gallery
in Owen Sound, Ontario. The exhibition is titled, Anatomy of a Collector
, and was curated by Brian Cooke. The exhibition runs until the end of April.
My photograph Fireflies and Star Trails
was selected for a National Geographic assignment published online. The assignment is titled, Exploring Time
- Art in the Garden The not to be missed annual art sale at the remarkable Keppel Croft Gardens, this year held on July 14th
- Fifty Years in Clay Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery London ON opening November 7, 2018. This exhibition will mark my fifty years of working with clay as a potter.
See you next month!