Welcome to Tea Toast & Trivia.
Thank you for listening in.
I am your host Rebecca Budd, and I am looking forward to sharing this moment with you
Today, I am heading back to Mudge Island, located within the scenic Gulf Islands, between Vancouver Island and Gabriola Island. Marcelle Glock, ceramist, and I are continuing the discussion on the wood fired ceramic tradition.
You will recall that Marcelle’s pottery and sculptures sit in private collections around the world. Her artwork encompasses stoneware, raku, and local wild terra-cotta. Marcelle forms clay into extraordinary artworks – from functional to sculptural, wearable and oracle. She imbues each piece with a primal reverence toward the natural world.
I invite you to put the kettle on and add to this exciting conversation on Tea Toast & Trivia.
Join us on Part two of Marcelle’s artistic journey.
Link to Part 1 of Marcelle’s artistic journey.
And a special thank you, Marcelle, for sharing your insights, your journey, and your connection to nature through the medium of clay. Your continued awareness, respect and reverence for your art and the medium in which you work inspires me. I know that you have encouraged listeners to recognize artistic endeavour is a calling and a responsibility