Jeanette Moore

“I still remember my heart singing as I ran down the stairs for my classes.” – Jeanette Moore Jeanette developed her passion for clay during her time in Regina, Saskatchewan, where she entered the Clay Arts Program at the university. Right away it was form that inspired her work. Her enjoyment came from reaching to … Read more

Marilyn Glick

Marylin Glick Gallery 3955 Angus Dr, West Kelowna, BC V4T 2K1 (250) 768-2158 E-Mail Marilyn Glick was born in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. She studied Fine Arts at Grant McEwen Community College in Edmonton, Alberta. After moving to Victoria, Marilyn studied hand building and raku techniques with local artists, Sandra Marino and Cliff (Corky) Lennox. In … Read more

James Hibbert

Victoria Clayworks Gallery 3015 Naramata Road, Naramata, B.C. (250) 496-5150 E-Mail James Hibbert welcomes you to his studio and showroom overlooking Okanagan Lake. James has always been fascinated with pottery and the techniques used to create it. He has participated in numerous workshops in Canada and the United States and has maintained a studio since … Read more

Lynda Jones

Lynda Jones

Lynda Jones Gallery P.O. Box 195, Falkland B.C. Phone: (250) 379-2797 E-Mail Website Born in Vancouver I grew up in North Burnaby and spent most of my first 25 year career in the production and management of graphic art projects for large corporations, advertising agencies and design studios in Vancouver. ‘ I had a life-long … Read more

Pride of Potters 2017

Pride Of Potters 2017

The morning of June 11th was overcast and cool, perfect weather for Raku. Hosted by Bonnie Anderson and Bob McIver at Potters Addict in Kelowna twelve OKPA members and guests enjoyed traditional Raku, Naked Raku and a demonstration, by Anetta Siderowicz, of the Kiefer, flour and water dip (with sugar crystal sprinkles) of unglazed pieces … Read more

Pride of Potters 2014

Pride Of Potters 2014

If a group of crows is a “murder of crows” and a bunch of geese is a “gaggle of geese”, we think that a gathering of potters should be called a “pride of potters”. The Pride of Potters series started in 2006 to give OKPA potters a chance to meet each other in their creative … Read more