For several years PotteryWorks teamed up with Vicuna Studio in Maple Ridge for their Springtime and Christmas show and sales.
From August - November 2016, Colour Collective artist Sheri Lynn Seitz had a solo show of her photography at the Senior Services Society here in New Westminster.
Colour Collective artist Mark Pacey had a solo show of select paintings, both old and new at the New Westminster Public Library. The show ran from November 2017 through March 2017.
May of 2023, Linda Raudonus had a month long showing of her work entitled "It's a Thin Line". An outstanding display of Linda's signature style.
Former PotteryWorks artist Harry Mander had a piece selected by the Anvil Center to have featured in their 2016 Fire Ball, exhibit.
Vancity purchased 14 paintings from our Colour Collective artists to display on the 6th floor of their main office. PotteryWorks also teams up with Vancity to display and sell some of our work in their different branches.
In December 2017 and again in 2018, PotteryWorks was invited to be a part of the Regent College Christmas Artisan Fair.
June of 2023, PotteryWorks was part of a select collection of vendors asked to participate at the second annual World Supported Employment Conference hosted at the Sheraton Wall Centre.
In January and March of 2022, James Lash and Dan Tell had month long displays of their work entitled "My View" and "Show and Tell" respectively. Many of the pieces included sites that could be seen around the city of New Wesminster.
PotteryWorks has had multiple dislays at the Eclipps Hair Cafe. Initially displaying pottery, we then had a solo show in 2016 exhibiting artist Rob Bell's resin coated pastel images.
The PotteryWorks Colour Collective have exhibited their work in the Havana Art Gallery in 2014 and again in 2016. In 2014, the exhibition was the first run of The View From Here, showing how the artists use the landscape painting as a way to define and understand their world. In 2016, the exhibition was titled Perspectives, which showcased a mix of landscape and abstract paintings.
April through July of 2023, Linda Raudonus, Rob Bell, Dan Tell and James Lash were selected to participated in "Amplified Voices", a celebration of creativity and storytelling as told by artists living with disabilities shown.
The PotteryWorks Colour Collective has had their work featured at the Joseph Chung Gallery at Joe's Table Cafe in 2014, 2015 and again in 2016. In 2014 and 2015, a selection of paintings from each artist was on exhibit. At the end of May through June in 2016, artist Sheri Lynn Seitz was proud to have her own solo show featuring her photography.
Since 2006 PotteryWorks has been taking part in the annual PosAbilities Inclusion Art Show & Sale.
From May to June of 2022, Pottery Works displayed 22 vignettes of work by over a dozen Pottery Works artists entitled "Pottery Works at The Plaskett Gallery".
In June of 2016 The PotteryWorks Colour Collective group was invited to exhibit a selection of their paintings at the Lookout Gallery. The title of the show was The View From Here, describing how the artists use the landscape painting to define and understand their world.
From November 17, 2021 to December 12, 2021, Akim Zongo, Dan Tell, James Lash and Sheri Lynn Seitz of the PotteryWorks Colour Collective came together for an interdisciplinary display of works entitled "Four Visions: Outside Looking In".
In September, 2020, the PotteryWorks Colour Collective group had a very successful show at the Surrey Art Gallery. The show was called "Searching for Surrey" and featured the work of 3 artists who took inspiration from the community of Surrey.
In January of 2019, artist Tom Mackie had a solo show of his abstract paintings on exhibit in the Modo Yoga studio in North Vancouver. Later in July another show of paintings by artists Linda Raudonus and Geoffrey Lee was set up.
In August of 2018 and 2019, the PotteryWorks studio has taken part in the City of Coquitlam's Kaleidoscope Festival. We've had a blast on both occasions!
PotteryWorks has taken part in both the New West and Eastside Cultural Crawls.
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