We're busy in the studio getting ready for the Spring Butterdome sale for the first weekend in May in Edmonton. If there is something on social media or at a show you saw that isn't on the website or if you have questions about any products or sets please send an email. I take a lot of orders by email and always send photos before shipping.

  • Signatures Butterdome Spring Craft Sale - Edmonton May 3 - 5

    Signatures Butterdome Spring Craft Sale is a uniquely Canadian handmade marketplace in Edmonton that features the works of over 130 artists, artisans, makers, and designers from coast-to-coast.

    Since 2006, the show has been Edmonton’s premier springtime shopping event and has become Alberta’s favourite craft sale. It is an annual tradition where visitors can meet passionate creatives in person, hear their stories, and feel their works first-hand.

    Join us at the University of Alberta’s Butterdome for an unforgettable experience and shop for handmade that lasts a lifetime.

    Info and tickets when available 
  • Retail Outlets

    If you're in Creston, Crawford Bay, Kimberley or Calgary you can find Out Beyond Pottery - feel the feel, see the product in person!

Check out the studio, see how it's done... get inspired!

Blog - From the Field

You can follow more of the story here in our blog. I share insights, process, things I think about.

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    Artist Statement

    My work is functional first, enhanced by the beauty of glazes based on chemistry. I care very much how well something works- how balanced the handle, the right volume of liquid or food, the right weight when full to lift it. I want the user to enjoy, be inspired and enlivened by using a beautiful object in everyday life. To me it is what makes life more - more fun, more full, more cool, more meaningful… I make each piece, every time with intention. No two will be the same, non-identical, unique. Made with Love.

    I care how much coffee a mug holds and the way the handle feels. How it feels against my lips and how long the coffee stays at the right temperature. It matters so much, you wouldn't believe how much time I spend making that right!