• Vendor Highlight: Bowls by Greybeard

    Vancouver Island Pagan Pride welcomes Bowls by Greybeard!

    Maker of beautiful wood turned and segmented bowls,  Greybeard brings his unique style to all he creates. Orders taken for specialty items.

    Visit Bowls by Greybeard at Vancouver Island Pagan Pride on August 17th!

     

  • Vendor Highlight: Moon Walker Magick

    Vancouver Island Pagan Pride welcomes Moon Walker Magick!

    Sea Salt & Spoons. We use sustainably harvested sea water from the south coast of Vancouver Island. As a family business, we make sure we harvest ethically and responsibly. We do all the distillation in Circle in our home. The spoons are gathered from the driftwood on the beach where the water is collected.

    Soul Salt (black salt) has ceremonial ashes mixed in to make for more potent magick. It is only made twice a year, at Beltane and Yule.

    Visit Moon Walker Magick at Vancouver Island Pagan Pride on August 17th!

     

     

  • Vendor Highlight: Emma Heitzmann Art Studio

    Vancouver Island Pagan Pride welcomes Emma Heitzmann Art Studio!

    Emma makes pottery that both mimics and represents several species of mushroom, that dances with bees, and that offers daily practice of prayer and noticing.

    Visit Emma at Vancouver Island Pagan Pride on August 17th!

    Online at Emma Heitzmann Art Studio

  • Vendor Highlight: Emma Heitzmann Art Studio

    Vancouver Island Pagan Pride welcomes Emma Heitzmann Art Studio!

    Emma Heitzmann is an emerging artist who especially enjoys sculptural work. Much of her current work is ceramic and she enjoys it when what she makes has a functional as well as artistic design.

    Emma moved to Comox Valley in late 2011 having graduated from a graphic design program in Calgary and has been a part of the Fine Arts Program at NIC since 2012. She loves playing with clay and spending time exploring the alchemy of ceramics to develop new projects from the natural world. She also has been exploring the wider realm of sculpture in metal and wood and alternative materials within the last year.

    Emma’s eclectic background is reflected in what she chooses to shape in clay. You might find a set of four ‘Metta-meditation cups’ or a whimsical figure from the latest fantasy novel she’s read. Some of her latest creations range from fungi-inspired cups and tea-pots to bee decorated plates and bowls she’s christened ‘bee-ware.’  All pieces marry the principles of purpose to the fires of the imagination.

    Emma is devoted to mastery in her craft and revels with glee in the possibilities of what she can create next. She shares her knowledge by volunteering in pottery programs at the Campbell River recreation center. She welcomes inquiries about commissioned work.

    You can visit Emma Heitzmann Art Studio at Pagan Pride Day!

  • Vendor Highlight: EH Pottery

    Vancouver Island Pagan Pride welcomes EH Pottery!

    ehpotteryMy name is Emma, and I am passionate about ceramic art. I love playing with clay and spending time exploring the alchemy of ceramics to develop new projects from the natural world. Some of my creations range from fungi-inspired cups and tea-pots to bee decorated plates and bowls I’ve christened ‘bee-ware. Working with clay and ceramics, I find a connection to each and every element in our magical realm. Earth through clay, water to shape, fire to harden, air to decorate and spirals at the heart of everything. As I continue to create in the physical realm, I find new ways to create not just objects, but pieces that matter and have meaning behind them.

    The idea of each piece I create being used for something, as part of a morning ritual of coffee or a sharing of a drink with friends is extremely satisfying to me. Specific pieces intended for ritual have begun to make their way into my work as well.

    You can see more of Emma’s work at EH Pottery on Esty.