Here are a few of our Sault Potters Guild Members:
Kim Caldwell | Sylvan Valley Pottery
Inspired by form and function, I strive to create pieces that are useful, as well as beautiful.
The Sault Potters Guild has offered me an excellent environment to pursue my new found passion.
I am currently working out of my own home studio, Sylvan Valley Pottery. Check out my website at www.sylvanvalleypottery.com or feel free to contact me by email at email@example.com
Janice McKee | Future Antiques Pottery
Bonnie Albert | Wynona Clay
Inspired by the shapes and colours of Northern Ontario’s wild, majestic landscape, I have a deep affection for the craft of pottery, both in its poetic simplicity and intricate complexity. For me, time disappears when I create a piece that beckons to be touched, held and used, breathing life into a clay form as it’s thrown and built. Surrounding myself with fellow artists and creatives grows my enthusiasm for the craft, elevating my experience with this ancient and sacred art form. If you'd like to contact me about my work I can be reached at my email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mana Goodfellow | Woodland Pottery
Under the moniker of Woodland Pottery, I strive to create small batched Métis-made household pottery which I sell both locally and online. I am a proud member of the Sault Potters Guild and I love
supporting my community and creating beautiful one of a kind pieces that bring joy and wonder
to those that curate them in their homes. If you'd like to contact me, please email at email@example.com or check out my Instagram @woodlandpottery