Hello and welcome to my page, I am a Ceramic Artist
Pauline Doyle has exhibited in galleries and public spaces for about 20 years and her works can be found in private collections in Canada, the US, France, Germany, and Japan. Some Recent Exhibitions: 2019 The Lipont Gallery, Richmond, BC The Best of BC Ceramic, BC Potter's Guild 2019 The Silk Gallery, Port Moody, BC Bird is the Word 2018 The Silk Art Gallery, Floribunda 2018 Port Moody Arts Centre Gallery, Port Moody Instructors Exhibition 2017 Place des Arts, Coquitlam, BC Positively Petite 2017 The Silk Art Gallery, Port Moody, BC Wetlands and Waterscapes 2016 Port Moody City Hall, Blackberry Artist Society, Solo Showcase 2015 Gallery of BC Ceramics, Vancouver, BC Tea Bowls 2014 Best before Collective, Chinese Cultural Museum, Vancouver, The Tree 2012 Solo Exhibition, Port Moody Arts Centre Gallery, Still Life. Pauline Doyle holds a BFA degree from the University of British Columbia-1985, and studied Ceramic Arts in the BFA program 2001-2004, at the Emily Carr University in Vancouver. Pauline continues to study and develop through workshops and classes with colleagues and ceramic professionals.
Port Moody, BC, Canada
Samples of my work
I am a ceramic artist working and teaching in Port Moody and the Metro Vancouver area. My art practice is inspired by the exploration of nature and beauty, irony and humour. In each art piece I aim to find that sweet spot where materials and imagination come together to create a realised work. I have been teaching ceramic arts for 20 years in the Metro Vancouver area to children, teens and adults. As a teacher of ceramic hand-building my classes are project centered; each project teaches skills and techniques and gives plenty of opportunity for individual discovery and creative expression. I aim to make my classes both fun and challenging. I was Artist In Residence for 3 years, 2009-2012 at the Port Moody Arts Centre where I developed my professional art practice, ran the community studio, taught classes and exhibited my work. Presently, I run a small private studio and teach ceramic hand-building and glazing to children, teens and adults at a beginner/intermediate level at the Port Moody Arts Centre.