A new look at pottery

Think about pottery – then think again! You have never seen pottery like this before!

Think about pottery – then think again!

You have never seen pottery like this before!

Lisa Martin currently has her work up for grabs at Carosella but her striking clay creations will be on display at The Arts Station all May long.

Since graduating from the Kootenay School of Arts over 10 years ago, she has been fortunate enough to move from being a student at the school to teaching. Her functional pottery, sculptural vessels and unique wall art are all created in her very own studio in Beasley, BC just 10 minutes outside of Nelson.

Being fully immersed into her art, between her day job teaching and her own personal creating endeavors, it is apparent how much she loves what she does and it shows. The unique eye for design and intricate details in all of her pieces make her style all her own.  From massive wall art to the most delicate dishes and teapots, her ability to make her visions a reality is unparalleled.

Be first in line to see her original work from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, April 26 at The Arts Station in Fernie.  Light refreshments will be provided but there will also be a cash bar on site.

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