Dawn makes beautiful functional, contemporary ceramics. Her pallet is quiet and calm in shades of muted white, blues, greys and greens. Making your dining experience exceptional, is at the heart of Dawn pottery practice. They are truly beautiful pots.
Cheri Lamb – Always Experimenting
Cheri has been a staple in the pottery community here on Vancouver Island for over 20 years. He work is always going through some sort of new design and color shift. Her mugs and teapots and platters and bowls can be found throughout the Comox Valley and are in many kitchens and homes. Perhaps even in yours.
Come visit us throughout July and be sure to bring your guests.
Remember to stop by before the end of June as well. There is always some very interesting feature in our courtyard windows.
Don’t miss Leah Bland’s current display in our featured window until the end of June. We’re so proud of her, a relatively new potter who is making her ‘”mark” in the clay community righ there in the Valley.
Parking is easy, right behind the gallery, off 6th Street.
10-5pm Monday – Saturday Corner of 5th and Cliffe Ave., Courtenay, BC in the Comox Valley
Together again – Muddy Duck Pottery and Fireworx Glass. You may have seen this dynamic duo sharing a booth at markets throughout the Valley. They will once again share space. This time it will be the front windows at The Potters Place Gallery for the month of August as featured and guest artists. Come see Dawn Hansons’s functional pottery, inspired by nature and Sabine Arends’ bright and cheerful fused glass.
The Potters Place Gallery is proud to present Muddy Duck Pottery and Fireworx Glass. They will be our featured and guest artists and will share our front window space for the month of August.
You may have seen Dawn Hanson and Sabine Arends teamed up at various markets around the Valley. They enjoy working together and take pleasure in each other’s art.
Dawn enjoys cooking and eating and finds no greater pleasure than to make functional pottery that will play a part in people coming together over a meal. Lately she is having fun making large serving platters that can go from oven to table to dishwasher.
Dawn is inspired by all the beauty that the Comox Valley has to offer and you can see this inspiration in her warm, earthy green glaze; “forest floor” and her fresh, cool white and green glaze combination that she calls “glacial waters”.
A mainly self taught artist, Sabine achieved her skills by experimenting, taking workshops and working with other artists and students. Sabine enjoys working with dichroic glass because of its magical effects and colour impact. You will find this extraordinary glass in her wall art, garden art, plates and jewellery.
Her small farm with many birds inspires much of her work. You can’t look at her funky, colourful glass birds without breaking into a smile. Sabine also keeps busy with the many classes and workshops she offers.
Each month we highlight one of our wonderful Potters. Our Front Window Gallery is where our monthly "Featured Artist" will have their work on display.
Be sure to come by the shop to see what and who is new!