Pamela Nagley Stevenson

Winlaw, BC Canada

Pamela Nagley Stevenson has continued to create wheel thrown porcelain vessels and sculpture in the mountainous Slocan Valley since 1976. She chooses to wood fire her work and the resulting enrichment of surfaces marked by flame and atmosphere has become a vital aspect of her ceramic aesthetic. In addition to her studio practice, she worked as an instructor of ceramic history and clay studio at Kootenay School of the Arts at Selkirk College from 1993-2013. The scope of her career has continued to expand through travel and research of various world ceramic traditions.
Her work has been exhibited at the Gallery of BC Ceramics and the Canadian Craft Museum in Vancouver, the Whyte Museum in Banff Alberta, and numerous public galleries of BC, and her studio is open by appointment.

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