Tanya Everard is a home studio potter who works with medium-fire porcelain clay. She creates functional ceramics decorated with coloured underglaze slips and metallic lustres, and employs techniques such as slip-trailing, sgraffito, silk-screened underglaze slip transfers, sprigs, and Mishima inlay. Her recent work is highly decorative, loosely ordered and symmetric, which evokes the illusion of depth or dimension. Tanya’s engineering background contributes to her meticulously-crafted, unique one-off works. Her intention is to create pottery that can be enjoyed as functional and beautiful objects.
Tanya is from Ancaster, Ontario, but more recently has lived in Vancouver, BC and Brisbane, Australia. She currently lives in Calgary, Alberta and is a member of the North Mount Pleasant Potter’s Guild. Tanya studied pottery under Andrew Tarrant of Trespasser Ceramics at ACAD, Calgary in 2013, and is for the most part self-taught.
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Decorated with a blue cornflower pattern and brown satin glaze exterior, 25 cm in diameter x 2 cm tall. Footring fit with 2 small holes...View full product details
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Wheel thrown procelain vase decorated in slip-trailed and hand-painted in pink underglazes in a flower-chain pattern with gold lustre trim. 14.5 cm tall x 8...View full product details
Porcelain dessert bowl, interior decorated in a bohemian flower pattern, hand painted with underglazes with a brown satin glaze exterior. 12.5 cm wide x 5...View full product details
Porcelain creamer and lidded sugar jar, hand painted flower chain with gradational yellow and red underglazes and green leaves. Jug: 9 cm tall ( base...View full product details
Porcelain creamer, hand painted red-centred flower chainwith multi-coloured underglazes and gold lustre trim and leaves. 9 cm tall ( base to spout), 13 cm wide...View full product details
Porcelain dessert plate, hand-painted with gradient yellow to red underglazes in a Moorish-Arabesque pattern and gold trim. 15 cm diameter x 3 cm h (5"...View full product details
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