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Want to teach with us? Is there a Master Potter you want to come to Kingston & learn from? Let us know! We're happy to invite potters and other maker's to teach at our studio. Just email us!

The folks who will lead you through the mud:

Krista Cameron Amaranth Stoneware Mud Pack Krista Cameron: Krista has been teaching in the Brockville area for over 10 years in her home studio and for Developmental Services of Leeds and Grenville. Her first love is wheel throwing, but she doesn’t turn her nose up at a good hand-building session and its versatility. During classes with Krista it is important to laugh and have fun, but most important is getting you to create a piece that you will be proud to show off! 

Nick Edmond: Taken to throwing & teaching like a fish to water. Nick runs our Drop-IN & Spins as well as runs his own 3-5 week courses. He has a kind soul and can help you achieve your goals with throwing.

Jane Thelwell Amaranth Stoneware Mud PackJane Thelwell took up pottery after several decades of practicing engineering in the army. She graduated from the Ceramics Program at Sheridan College in Oakville and apprenticed in Wiarton, Ontario. For 10 years, she had her own pottery workshop, Anglia Bay Pottery, in Kingston, teaching pottery at both Loyalist College in Belleville and St Lawrence College in Brockville. She's the whole package: an accomplished thrower, and passionate about both the art and science of pottery! Having recently returned to Kingston after 3 years abroad in the UK, she rejoins our rich pottery community with us at Amaranth Stoneware, along with the CFB Kingston Pottery Club and the Organization of Kingston Women Artists.

Christine Jamieson is a graphic designer and illustrator who turned to clay to bring her creatures to life. Check out her page!

Linda Williams Amaranth Stoneware Mud PackLinda Williams: Always studying form. Linda Williams studied Classical Animation at Sheridan and worked in film for many years in Toronto before moving to the Kingston area. Her work is expressive of the human form. Linda will be teaching our Funky to Functional course, where students can explore the world of pottery and create a variety of pieces following where clay will take them.