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Perfect your pottery at this new workshop

We had a blast trying to throw pots last term. The laughter coming from the room of pottery wheels was testament to this (see this blog post for evidence… 90 more words

Courses And Workshops

Customer Guinea Pig Tales - In Memoriam for Peanut Butter and Jelly Day

One of the things we do here at CatTail Studio Arts when we have the honor of selling a new pet dish to a customer is to ask for the story behind the name and a photo of the happy recipient to add to our blog roll. 554 more words

Other Pursuits

Pop Up Open Studio

My first Pop Up Open Studio was so much fun.

“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.”

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A Canadian Bestiary

Ceramist Janet Macpherson is acclaimed for her technically complex use of slip-cast porcelain in the creation of intricate animal forms. The Gardiner Museum commissioned her to do a special solo multimedia exhibition in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary this year.   169 more words


I am Forest

Somewhere in the middle of the planned working process a forest started to appear. There it was, a new path. I shouldn’t feel surprised, after all I said Im going to the wintery forest to hang with Aslan. 19 more words


March 29: Finishing off

We’ve nearly made it to the end of another term – one of our busiest. This week we’ll be trying to finish off any outstanding work from the past few weeks – or if you’re supr-organised, starting something new. 50 more words


13/150: Susan Collett - Strength and Fragility

Susan Collett, one of Canada’s foremost ceramic artists, explores the tension of strength against fragility in her hand-built clay sculptures.  170 more words

Canadian Art