On Thanksgiving weekend, the table will be set for a
Feast of Pottery
An annual exhibition of functional and beautiful dinnerware and serving pieces created by exceptional and award-winning local and international potters and ceramic artists; an online tableware exhibition this year, it is a feast for the eyes!
The Exhibition opens online at
Saturday October 8th, 2022
at 6:30 pm Newfoundland Daylight Time
That’s 5 pm Eastern — or Toronto time!
Follow @alexistempleton on Instagram for profiles of the artists and photos of the dinnerware.
Purchased pieces can be shipped or collected from Alexis Templeton Studio in St. John’s.
Photos from previous shows below.
For Feast of Pottery 2021, Alexis worked with photographer Ned Pratt to shoot some beautiful flat lay photos of the place settings.
Artists and photos in alphabetical order are: Kaitlyn Brennan, Maaike Charron, Naomi Clement, Jason Holley, James Kelly, Lesley McInally, Sarah Pike, Wendy Shirran, Anita Singh, Heather Smit, and Alexis Templeton
Also in the show, and photos soon to be added; Astrid Kruse and Sue Tirrell
New Venue – New Hours!
The full show is on exhibit:
Saturday and Sunday
October 12thand 13th2019
noon to 6 pm daily
This year we have added an extra day to the event:
Monday, October 14thfrom noon to 6 pm,
when purchased pieces will be available for pick-up.
90 Duckworth Street
Featured artists include:
Dawn Candy, Red Deer, Alberta
Maaike Charron, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Michael Flaherty, Port Union, Newfoundland
Maria Guevara, New Maryland, New Brunswick
Jason Holley, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Cathi Jefferson, Duncan, British Columbia
Astrid Kruse, Whitehorse, Yukon
Tim Kowalczyk, Minonk, Illinois
Mynthia McDaniel, Calgary, Alberta
Lesley McInally, Cookstown, Ontario
Kaleb Romano, Edmonton, Alberta
Isabella St. John, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Wendy Shirran, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Heather Smit, Toronto, Ontario
Sue Tirrell, Red Lodge, Montana
Alexis Templeton, St. John’s, Newfoundland
A number of new exhibitors in the 2018 – including Marney McDiarmid, Tim Kowalczyk, and Carole Epp – with photos immediately below:
Montana ceramic artist Sue Tirrell sent this wild turkey platter as part of her placesetting for Feast of Pottery 2017.
Feast of Pottery is a great opportunity to create and exhibit new or one-of-a-kind functional work. This Pack Ice glaze line was created by Alexis Templeton for Feast of Pottery.
Plate by St. John’s based ceramic artist Maaike Charron at Feast of Pottery 2017.
Goshen, Indiana ceramic artist Justin Rothshank sent some of his iconic poppy decal work for Feast of Pottery 2014 and 2017.
Recently of Calgary, Alberta, but newly arrived home, and soon to be living (and making ceramic art) in Renews, ceramic artist Katrina Chaytor exhibited this plate at Feast of Pottery 2015.