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Adrienne Gradauer

Adrienne Gradauer

Adrienne Gradauer I graduated in 1999 from the Alberta College of Art and Design with a major in Ceramics. I have have spent two summers in Japan researching pottery. I work with my husband Zach Quin in our home-based studio in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan. CONTACT...
Akiko Muromura

Akiko Muromura

Akiko Muromura Originally from Tokyo, Akiko Muromura started taking pottery classes as a hobby. After two years of practice, she had an opportunity to come to Canada, where she landed in “the land of living skies.” Eventually, she became a resident of Regina. About 10...
Anita Rocamora

Anita Rocamora

Anita Rocamora I was born in France in 1952, where from an early age I was interested in how things were made, and was blessed (or cursed) with a gigantic imagination.  I lived on the Mediterranean coast, and often found shards of pottery on the beach.  It was easy to...
Anne McLellan

Anne McLellan

Anne McLellan Anne McLellan’s first experience with clay was at the University of Regina Extension department, where she took classes, learning the basics of throwing pottery forms in stoneware and porcelain. Anne furthered her education at the Nova Scotia...
Bernard Zaharik

Bernard Zaharik

Bernard Zaharik Bernie studied pottery at the U of R Extension program under Helen James and Donovan Chester. While many of his pieces are hand built from colored porcelains that he mixes himself, his latest pieces include multi-glazed functional ware. His studio is...