Welcome to Heather Peacock and Nicholas McCaig

For Heather, pottery is imbued with the emotions of its creator. Days spent labouring over a piece, progressively transforming states unitl it is ready to be revealed to the world. Every piece is made to   carry her joy of the wilds woods, passion for clay and her spirit that will continue to be felt at every touch for the entire span of its life.

Nick’s interests have always been drwn to the beauty of glass and the way in which it can attract the eye. For Nick, there is beauty in the way color can make one feel, in the way light can transform a piece, and in the way optical distortions can play illusions on the beholder.  Always drawing inspoiration  from what draws his eye; the undulations of water, sunlight playing on the surface of a creek, the splashes of color in nature.



I cannot help myself. When I visit artist’s studios I always look for the palette. I think they can be quite telling.   Mine is orderly and clean and well… precise.. laid out from light top dark. You get the idea.

And then there is Ed Coleman’s.  I think this is so much fun! Just look at his palette.   Heaps of vibrant gooey oil paint just waiting for brush. Absolutely delicious!

So, many of us are busily creating away getting ready for the KINGS COUNTY STUDIO TOUR  June 9th and 10th.

Drop by often for more posts

ahhhh…January and we are already making plans for 2012

The snow may be flying and our noses are chillin’  but that does not stop us from planning the 2012 Kings’ County Studio Tour.  We have a call out to participating artists to submit their updated information and photos of thier most recent work.  Come visit this site often as we we will be adding new information regularly.

If you are an artist, artisan, potter or jeweller and are interested in participating in the 2012 Studio Tour, please send an email to kingscountystudiotour@gmail.com with a short bio and images of your work.

Hope to see you in June.