Exhibit of ceramic artist Brenda Wolf on display from September 6th to October 4th, 2015
Brenda, a native of Saskatchewan, fell in love with clay in 2008 after visiting the University of Regina Ceramics studio. Taking basic pottery classes in both wheel throwing and hand building for the past three years has cemented the decision to set up a home studio on her farm in the Craven area where she works passionately to learn all that she can.
Brenda has participated in a number of clay workshops including: paper clay, printing on clay, and an online workshop with Diana Fayt in the art of Japanese inlaid clay known as Mishima. It was here that Brenda met Monica DeCampo, who would soon become her mentor.
Working in stoneware, Brenda creates contemporary functional ware that she decorates in cheerful designs and lively colours. Accepted into the CARFAC mentorship program for 2012, Brenda now works under tutorship of her mentor to expand her clay skills with the intention of building a body of work suitable for gallery exhibitions.