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Hand built ceramic houses workshop featuring Susan Delatour LePoidevin

TriCity Potters and the Arts Centre and Theatre (ACT) are sponsoring a workshop entitled “That Special Place: Hand Building Houses.” The two-day workshop ($78.75), led by Susan Delatour LePoidevin, takes place Saturday, April 12th, and Sunday, April 13th, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the 3D studio at the ACT, 11944 Haney Place, Maple Ridge B.C. Overnight billeting in Maple Ridge is available upon request (write to TriCity Potters at tricitypotters@gmail.com for more information). Call (604) 465-2470 to register or to get more information.

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Canada Day at the Open Studio

Mark and I decided to stroll on over to the arts centre on Canada Day, July 1st. Gary had said some new horses had just come out of the kiln and I wanted to see them. As it turned out, it was a perfect visit with a small working group made up of Gary, Otto, Sylvia and Judy. That must have been nice for them, as Sundays are usually a bit of a madhouse! We got to see their new projects, current and finished. It was great dropping by and visiting with them and made Canada Day special. Take a look at the slide show to see what we were all up to that day. Click through to the Flickr site if you’d like to see cutlines or a larger sized slide show. Not sure why they don’t show up on the blog version (#$%@&!!).

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A beautiful centrepiece of porcelain flowers

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Porcelain flower centerpiece, by Bautista family; Buen Retiro Royal Porcelain Factory, Madrid; National Archaeological Museum of Spain. Photo by Luis García via Wikimedia Commons

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A beautiful goblet from antiquity

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Terracotta goblet from Navdatoli, Malwa, India, ca. 1300 BCE, Ostasiatische Kunst Museum, Berlin, Germany. By PHGCOM via Wikimedia Commons

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