Denise is a studio potter working in porcelain clay who is inspired by patterns and forms found in nature. Her distinctive pieces are composed of elements, which may be hand-built, slab-formed or ‘thrown’ on a potter’s wheel. carving is often used as decoration. All items are bathed in multiple glazes and fired to temperatures of approximately 1,225 degrees Celsius. These creative processes combine to leave each piece with a unique signature.
ddigs pottery offers porcelain vases, tile wall hangings, bowls, mugs, wine carafes, cups and more. This work can be appreciated for its form, colour and feel. It can also be enjoyed every day around the home knowing that it is safe for food, drink and flowers.
A Selection of Shows
Production - an Exhibition of Production Craft: A Juried Exhibition of Production Work of Members of the Nova Scotia Designer Craft Council, Mary Black Gallery, Halifax, N.S., June - August 2006.
The Guild Show - New Works in Clay, Craig Gallery @ Alderney Landing, Dartmouth, N.S., September 2005.
Collaborative Show - Free Wave with textile artist Wilma Butts, Craig Gallery @ Alderney landing, Dartmouth, N.S., July 2005.
Group Show - Crowning Achievements: A Juried Exhibition of the Members of the Nova Scotia Potter's Guild, Residence of the Lieutenant Governor, Halifax, N.S., September 2004 - April 2005.
Group Show - Celebration of Craft: A Juried Exhibition of the Members of the Nova Scotia Designer Craft Council, Mary Black Gallery, Halifax, N.S., August – September 2003.