Dragon Clay Functional Pottery
June 27 - August 23, 2014
Influenced and taught by Rosalie Namer at MacDonald College, Pierre Legault of Quebec and many others associated with OCA and Fusion the Ontario Clay and Glass Association, Brenda’s work is based on natural elements that pre-date recorded history. Dragons, Mythology, and a touch of Art Nouveau can be found in many pieces that Brenda creates. Teapots are a perfect vehicle for combining funk with functional where she strives to end the battle of art verses craft. She is always pushing those boundaries and they are usually infused with her quirky sense of humour. She considers tea and laughter the best medicine to calm and cure anything from broken hearts to frazzled nerves.
About the Showcase
The Showcase is the Gallery's retail gift boutique, which offers Gallery visitors a chance to see and purchase a wide-ranging variety of small crafts by area Artisans. It is a popular source for unique, high quality gifts.
Each cabinet display area measures 36" wide, 24" high and 23" deep with a removable glass shelf.
Invitation to Future Exhibitors
The Lindsay Gallery is pleased to give area artists another venue to Showcase their work. The Lindsay Gallery accepts applications from Artisans interested in displaying work for sale in the Gallery Showcase. Gallery Membership is not required and no fee is charged for the space. See Application forms for more information.
Request to Exhibit Form
Showcase Exhibit Application Form - (pdf format)
The Lindsay Gallery accepts applications to exhibit artwork in our Showcase Boutique. All artists applying must submit a complete package, which will be juried for acceptance by the Showcase Selection Committee.