Denman Island pair Potters Place guests

The Potters Place showcases Garnet and Scott Beardsley for the month of May.

The Potters Place showcases Garnet and Scott Beardsley for the month of May.

These well-known and meticulous Denman Island artists are well-respected members of the artistic community of the Comox Valley. Garnet’s mugs and plates are delicate, colourful depictions of stories with fairies, butterflies and dragonflies. Scott’s work is wondrous — a fall of leaves, a hint of leopard amongst a brown field, the beach on a sunny day, a summer field of grass … the surface decoration and glazes on his functional pottery are richly delicious.

You must make a point of seeing this fantastic selection of work. The Potters Place is open Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more information, call 250-334-4613 or visit

— Potters Place


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