Ken’s work is amazingly eclectic, accomplished, spontaneous and controlled. His work has shown across Western Canada in exhibitions, galleries, craft shops and craft shows. His work has been shown in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Lloydminster, Edmonton, Calgary, Banff, Jasper and Invermere B.C. as well as Cheongju, Korea.
Thirty-five years ago, a university art school pottery class and exposure to some of the famous ceramists of the day (including John Chaulk), conspired to interrupt Ken’s studies in engineering and computer science. His scientific studies, coupled with an inquiring mind and a need to understand how things work, have informed his work as a potter.
He has designed and built his own kilns, equipment and studios. His fascination with clay has led him to explore many of the possibilities open to those who choose the life of a potter.
Ken has become a master of his craft whose work varies from coffee cups to furniture to wall murals. He designs, creates, markets, teaches, learns, collaborates and advocates for Fine Craft.
“There is absolutely no way to be bored” says Ken. “Stay Tuned to see what comes next.”