Alexis Templeton Studio hosts many exciting events throughout the year, including themed pop-up shows in innovative locations. Feast of Pottery and March of Mugs are the two anchor events in this series but as inspiration hits and time allows, other pop-up events occur which feature new work by Alexis plus an impressive selection of work by international ceramic artists.
Vessels For Flowers is a recent example of such a pop-up event. It featured local wildflowers and cut flowers arranged in clay vessels made by both local and North American potters and ceramic artists.
Local blueberry and partridge berry bushes in a “root vase” created for Vessels for Flowers by St. John’s based ceramic artist Stefanie Smith.
Newfoundland juniper in a cup by Toronto based artist Heather Smit.
Vase with cut flowers by St. John’s based ceramic artist Isabella St. John.
Wood-fired vase by Port Union ceramic artist Mike Flaherty. (The grape vine was grown in Ned Pratt’s garden!)
On The Road
Feast of Pottery went on the road in 2015. The dinner-ware exhibition took place at the Elliston Recreation Centre during the Roots Rants & Roars food festival.
Winlaw, British Columbia ceramic artist Robin Dupont sent work to both Feast of Pottery exhibitions in 2015.
Mike Flaherty of Port Union, Newfoundland is a frequent exhibitor at Alexis’ pop-up events.
Place setting by St. John’s, Newfoundland ceramic artist Isabella St. John.
David Hayashida and Linda Yates of King’s Point Pottery sent several place settings of their new blue ware to the Feast of Pottery in Elliston.