42 Seagirt Road, Sooke, BC (East Sooke)
250-642-7620 · Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
" . . . a must see for anyone interested in comprehending how the medium of clay can be pushed. Her show is a great balance between the intellectualization of space and a
tremendous sense of humour and life."
The Skin of this Planet, Crafthouse, May, 2002, Calvin Taplay, communications coordinator, Crafts Association of British Columbia.
In 1993, after many years of making functional stoneware and classic raku forms, Marlene moved to a small acreage on Vancouver Island where, inspired by the rocks and forest around her, she discovered the excitement of exploring texture in clay. Her work continues to evolve.
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What's Left II
Land Use l
Land Use ll
Roads Not Taken,
Land Use Series
Rose Wired Wimple, Canterbury Series
after Kay Lovett
Pottery Victoria BC Canada