Potty about clay at the Arts Station

The Arts Station’s latest exhibit shows off work by Elk Valley artists that is both practical and beautiful.

The Array of Clay exhibit features work from several Elk Valley potters.

The Arts Station’s latest exhibit shows off work by Elk Valley artists that is both practical and beautiful.

Array of Clay Two is an exhibit of pottery and ceramic works by local artisans. Any and all pottery and ceramics works have been invited to participate in this show and sale, and features artists of all skill levels and styles.

There are two-dimensional and three-dimensional works highlighting the stunning works of local potters in Fernie and the surrounding area. Pieces include mugs, plates, platters and boxes, as well as original decorative works of art by artists

including Carol Cohen, Chris Stockey and Michelle Senior.

The exhibit runs until Monday, September 23.



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