Fool Magazine #5 food insanity brilliance & love

In 2014 the Swedish Magazine Fool did a feature on Raymonds Restaurant which included a couple of great images of my plates.    


Christmas Open House – December 9th and 10th 2017

The Star Event – My Christmas Open House Mark your calendars! December 9th and 10th 2017  We will have a weekend filled with activity.  Chocolate tasting and pairings, prizes, studio guests, and a creative project on Sunday afternoon.  Plus a starry...


March of Mugs March – 11th and 12th, 2017

An annual exhibition of functional and beautiful handmade mugs by extraordinary international potters and ceramic artists. The work is for viewing and for sale. Purchased pieces are available after the show closes. A pop-up exhibition curated by Alexis Templeton...


Feast of Pottery – October 7th and 8th, 2017

On Thanksgiving weekend, the table will be set for a Feast of Pottery. An annual exhibition of magnificent and functional dinnerware and serving pieces created by an outstanding selection of local and international potters and ceramic artists; a pop-up...


Ceramics: Art and Perception magazine

Ceramics Art and Perception, International edition, Issue 96, 2014 featured four pages on the the annual pop-up gallery exhibition Feast of Pottery.  


Salt Fish Saturday – June 17, 2017

Drop by the studio on Saturday June 17, 2017 between 11 am and 6 pm -and see what I have managed to gather in my Salt Fish collection! I’ll have lots of my own work, as well as work by...


Indian Burying Place 2016

One of many resettled communities in Newfoundland and Labrador, Indian Burying Place (on the Baie Verte Peninsula) is haunting and inspirational. This house was one of the best preserved in the community.  Photos show the layers of flooring and...


Out in Boat

Getting close to icebergs is always a source of inspiration for my crystalline work.  This berg was in Green Bay in July of 2016.


Home & Cabin magazine

The Fall 2012 edition of Home & Cabin Magazine did a lovely two page feature on Alexis Templeton and her studio space on Quidi Vidi Road.  


Beach Combing

A day on the beach in Harry’s Harbour with Linda Yates and David and Hayashida, of King’s Point Pottery, resulted in a great collection of sea urchins to be used in making sea urchin bowls. (July 2016) (Finding salt beef buckets on...