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Janice Jalowica

Wheel thrown and fired in an electric or woodfired kiln, earthenware items for the home and garden by potter Janice Jalowica - Functional art you can enjoy everyday. 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Janice studied pottery at George Brown College in 1987 and continued education through workshops offered by wonderful expert potters. She also ran a shared pottery studio space in Toronto for several years before moving to Uxbridge to Don Morrison’s schoolhouse in Glen Major.

Janice makes a variety of almost functional and completely functional tableware including cups, bowls, plates and also flower pots and shelters for toads.

Earthenware clay pottery by Janice Jalowica

Handcrafted clay toad homes by Janice Jalowica

Toad Shelters are garden ornaments that provide a necessary function if you have toads in your garden’s vicinity.

Janice has sold her work at various group shows, at Durham Potter’s Guild sales and at home studio shows.

A lifelong romance with red earthenware clay has recently led to exploring primitive techniques of pinching pots and also firing with wood instead of electricity. Janice studied pottery at George Brown College in 1987 and continued education through workshops offered by wonderful expert potters.  

Studio 3 - Indoor & Outdoor Tour

For 2021 Janice will be showing her work at the Claremont indoor and outdoor studio/gallery of painter Sally Wildman

CONTACT JANICE TO BOOK YOUR TOUR

To arrange a tour of Sally's studio, purchase a piece of Janice's work, or request a commission piece, contact Janice by email or simply give her a call.

Studio 3 - Track Street Studio - 1805 Track Street, Claremont ON

janicej@hotmail.ca
905-649-2341

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Hnadcrafted toad homes for the garden by Janice Jalowica

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