November 23rd, 2023 to January 6th, 2024
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There will be an artist reception/presentation on Sunday, November 26th between 3 and 6pm. Join us to meet Lisa and hear about her work and enjoy some refreshments.
Lisa is a wildlife biologist, specializing in conservation of species at risk. Originally from Ontario, Lisa moved to Alberta to pursue graduate studies and be close to the mountains. After many years of creating pottery, Lisa coupled her love of clay with her training in biology to explore sculpture with a fresh and authentic perspective.
Using both raku and electric firing techniques, Lisa strives to capture the essence of her subject and its individual personality. Rooted in her knowledge of wildlife, she creates realistic, and sometimes stylized, sculptures of indigenous wildlife and their habitats. Through effective use of materials and techniques, Lisa hopes to engender an appreciation for wildlife, as well as the art of sculpture and all its possibilities.
More information about Lisa and her work…
303 – 50 Street
Thursday & Friday: 12noon – 5:30pm
Saturday: 11am – 3pm