In the process of making his pots, Alan Burgess contemplates the grace of line, the elegance of form and the intrinsic beauty of ancient Greek, Chinese and European ceramics.
Never being comfortable with relying solely on the glaze to enhance the work, he feels compelled to interact with the surface. He applies bold brush decoration, or draws into the surface designs and patterns which speak of ancient mythology and symbolism.
S-5, C-15A 6621 Walker Road
Fanny Bay, BC V0R 1W0
Cathi Jefferson’s work is inspired by the beauty of Nature that surrounds her living in the Cowichan Valley on the Cowichan River near Duncan, B.C.
Unique wheel thrown and altered functional dishes and sculptural forms fired in her Salt Kiln with rich earthy tones and textures have established her reputation locally and internationally. Cathi’s pottery is lovely to live with and use every day.
A scenic drive just north of Duncan, half way along Highway #18, you’ll see the Artisan signs that will lead you right to the gallery and studio, right on the beautiful Cowichan River.
Cathi Jefferson Pottery
5656 West Riverbottom Road
Duncan, BC, V9L 6H9
The gallery is open year round every day from 10 to 4.