Metal clay is made with powdered silver, bronze, or copper mixed with an organic binder and water to make a soft clay used to form jewelry, beads and sculptures. Once dried it is processed in a kiln to burn away the binder leaving the pure sintered metal.
A watercolour painter of flowers and west coast scenery, Barbara Callow is an Active Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, and her work can be seen at F.C.A. exhibitions, The Gallery in the Oak Bay Village, and The Gallery in Brentwood Bay.
Using abstract expressionism, Samantha's ceramic sculptures create visual narratives exploring concepts of duality, identity, and the geographies of space with raw textural surfaces and multiple simple organic forms in site-specific installations.
Paint with oils, acrylics, ink & oil, mixed mediums. Create paintings on canvas, murals on walls, faux finishes on furniture & more. An encouraging, inspiring atmosphere, where you can feel comfortable growing as an artist & build wonderful friendships.