If you're looking at this website, I'm guessing that a few years of Engineering, a Diploma in International Development and a Masters ...yes, still in engineering...are not what you're expecting to hear about. Yet, there is a precision to my work that always makes people nod when they hear that I studied engineering.
Long ago I choose mechanical engineering over fine arts. But nothing is carved in stone, and when I returned home from working in Nepal with UNICEF I found myself moving in new directions. Decades later, I'm making my living as a potter.
Like many who work in the arts, my work week embraces diverse activities. I spend half of my time in my own studio, working on my own projects. The other half of my work week is spent teaching ceramics to adults and children in a program run by a really great community association. I also run the pottery studio in that facility. Two or three days a month, I dust myself to spend the day at Galerie Côté Créations, where my work can be found between shows and sales.
March -April 2019
"Flow" - Group Show with Amy Bell and Emilie Dore.
Galerie Côté Créations, 98 Richmond Road, Ottawa
Unearthed - Group Show with Fusion, Creative Directions.
Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON
Participant in Ottawa Guild of Potters juried Annual Exhibition from 2013 on.
Participant in Ottawa Guild of Potters 40th Anniversary Exhibition at the City of Ottawa Archives Gallery, 2013
Best Decorated - Ottawa Guild of Potters Annual Exhibition , Nov. 2018
Best Decorated - Ottawa Guild of Potters Annual Exhibition, April 2017
Best Decorated - Ottawa Guild of Potters Annual Exhibition, April 2016
Best in Show - Ottawa Guild of Potters Annual Exhibition, April 2014