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Nicole Marcoux-Perry

Boucherville, QC

Duration: Full Show*

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Making handmade pottery out of stoneware or porcelain, whether it's a teapot, a whimsical coffee cup, or a one-a- kind art piece, has been a life-long creative journey. It's a journey that started in primary school when I first learned how to knit, crochet, and make my own clothes. I still have the crocheted poncho I made in high school and it's back in style! Later on, I took a three-year course in haute couture, where I created exclusive custom-fitted clothes, like winter coats and suits. I also made my own wedding dress! Don't ask if it still fits! But I wasn't finished. While pursuing a business degree in university, I made customized pillows, curtains, and chair covers. Then I took a sharp right turn into paper crafts, then a quick left into needle point and decorative painting. I have even spent time refurbishing old furniture and antique doors! So the day I discovered pottery my husband, Mark, wasn’t surprised. After three years of full-time art and pottery courses, learning glaze technology, and reduction, wood, and raku firing from master potters from around the world, I have finally arrived at a place where I feel I belong. Today, I draw from all my different artistic expressions and somehow it influences my pottery. One thing is sure, every piece I make is with the same excitement and passion I had when I was that little girl. I hope my creations will also bring you many years of pleasure and equally-fond memories. Nicole P.S. You can also see more of my work on perrypottery.com and Etsy.com

Mini Bio +

Making handmade pottery out of stoneware or porcelain, whether it's a teapot, a whimsical coffee cup, or a one-a- kind art piece, has been a life-long creative journey. It's a journey that started in primary school when I first learned how to knit, crochet, and make my own clothes. I still have the crocheted poncho I made in high school and it's back in style! Later on, I took a three-year course in haute couture, where I created exclusive custom-fitted clothes, like winter coats and suits. I also made my own wedding dress! Don't ask if it still fits! But I wasn't finished. While pursuing a business degree in university, I made customized pillows, curtains, and chair covers. Then I took a sharp right turn into paper crafts, then a quick left into needle point and decorative painting. I have even spent time refurbishing old furniture and antique doors! So the day I discovered pottery my husband, Mark, wasn’t surprised. After three years of full-time art and pottery courses, learning glaze technology, and reduction, wood, and raku firing from master potters from around the world, I have finally arrived at a place where I feel I belong. Today, I draw from all my different artistic expressions and somehow it influences my pottery. One thing is sure, every piece I make is with the same excitement and passion I had when I was that little girl. I hope my creations will also bring you many years of pleasure and equally-fond memories. Nicole P.S. You can also see more of my work on perrypottery.com and Etsy.com

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*ARTISAN WILL BE AT THE SHOW:

Full show – Nov 22 to Dec 2
5 Day – from Nov 22 to Nov 26
6 Day – from Nov 27 to Dec 2

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