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Anne Mclellan Art Gallery - Anne Mclellan Artworks

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"I have been working with clay for many years. This interest began when I ;really wanted to make a good coffee cup. I began this quest at the ;University of Regina, extension program, where I worked in stoneware and;porcelain. I furthered my studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art and;Design, where I was introduced to earthenware clay. I continued"

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designer bulbs

white bulbs

Wind

Tree

Java Jive

"Lady"

Faulty towers

fish stock

"Swimming in a circle"

coffeepot

thistle bowl

Dragonfly Platter

"Fish Stock"

"fish"

"irises"

mermaid tile

"Boat"

fish box

Swimmer

Iris plate



I have been working with clay for many years. This interest began when I really wanted to make a good coffee cup. I began this quest at the University of Regina, extension program, where I worked in stoneware andporcelain. I furthered my studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art andDesign, where I was introduced to earthenware clay. I continued my studiesat the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, where I graduated witha major in ceramic and minor in sculpture. I have lived in Saskatchewan eversince, where there is a rich and thriving arts community. My work hasevolved from mostly utilitarian pieces to more sculptural,figurative workrecently. I enjoy the 3 dimensional quality of pots, each piece being a newcanvas to work on. Along with the figurative work, I explore themes ofnature that is right outside my studio, flowers and I have never forgottenliving by the ocean, so whimsical fish and mermaids are used as well. I have several gallery exhibitions a year , as well as teaching withLearning through the Arts. Life as an artist is never dull and veryfulfilling. Anne Mclellan working at the wheel
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