• 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!

    My name is Emma Heitzmann, I’m a potter and a sculptor and I currently live in Campbell River BC. I was born in Calgary, Alberta and moved out to Vancouver Island in late 2011.

    Working in the ceramic medium is highly elemental, raw earth and water to make it malleable, fire and air to change the material to something that will last until someday it erodes back into its component parts.

    I find a great deal of inspiration and interest in the natural world around me and have been learning a great deal about the flora and fungi of the area I live in since I moved from Calgary. Bringing some of the passion I have for the natural world into the work I create has become a main area of focus for a number of years now. I feel that there are nearly endless possibilities that flow from our forests and oceans into my work.

    I make work that both mimics and represents several species of mushroom, that dances with bees, and that offers daily practice of prayer and noticing.

    You can purchase her pottery on Pagan Pride Day at the Sooke Region Museum and you can see more of her work at  https://www.instagram.com/emmaheitzmannartstudio/

  • Vendor Highlight: Turner Art Pottery

    Vancouver Island Pagan Pride welcomes Turner Art Pottery!

    Sculptural and functional pottery, reflecting connectivity and symbiosis with earth and energies of positivity and balance.

    You can see Turner Art Pottery at Pagan Pride Day in Lewis Park, Courtenay!