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Teacher Profiles

Want to teach with us? Is there a Master Potter you want to come to Kingston & learn from? Let us know! We're happy to invite potters and other makers to teach at our studio. Just email us!
The folks who lead you through the mud:
 Krista Cameron Amaranth Stoneware Mud Pack

Krista Cameron

Krista has been teaching in the Brockville area for over 10 years in her home studio and for Developmental Services of Leeds and Grenville.

Her first love is wheel throwing, but she doesn’t turn her nose up at a good hand-building session and it's versatility. During classes with Krista, it is important to laugh and have fun but most importantly it's teaching you how to create a piece that you will be proud to show off!

Linda Wolfram Fraser Creating a mold for slip casting

Linda Wolfram-Fraser

Linda W.F. loves to create. Using nature as her inspiration, she plays with mud in her Garden Studio.

Creating everything from utilitarian pieces like mugs, trays and bowls, to sculpture and whimsical non-functional pieces. Linda is fascinated with all things pottery. From the creation of different shapes and sizes, to the chemical composition of glazes and the variety of temperatures it can be fired to. She's hooked on the challenge!

Bringing smiles to faces and joy to the soul, her whimsical pieces can brighten dull days and lift heavy hearts.

Owen Davies throwing on the pottery wheel

Owen Davies

Owen Davies is a well rounded potter who has learned from multiple experts throughout his young life. Owen is knowledgeable with multiple firing techniques and can make one of the smallest or largest pots you've even seen! You can watch his skills on Twitch or catch him at the local Wolfe Island Market!
Linda Williams in action

Linda Williams

Influenced by the study of animation at Sheridan College, life-drawing and an interest in modern dance. Linda's earliest sculptures were exaggerations of human form and gesture. A sculpting and hand building ceramicist, Linda has a knack for bringing life to clay and supporting her students to breath the same into their pieces. Her classes are inspiring, thoughtful, uplifting and full of kindness.

Teacher Hyla posed with a her own work.

Hyla Nemy (she/her)

Hyla is a potter, craftswoman and farmer based in Katarokwi / Kingston ON, the traditional lands of the Huron Wendat, Mississauga and Anishnabek.

Hyla first started working in clay at St Lawrence College, followed by the Nova Scotia School of Art + Design and the Haliburton School of Art + DesignHyla’s work celebrates the intrinsic and historical connection between pottery, food and community. She pulls on her background in farming to create functional wares that elevate our experiences making, eating and sharing food together. She currently creates & teaches at the Kingston Pottery Guild & Amaranth Stoneware,  and continues to work growing food and flowers.

Steve Blair

Steve came to join us in March of 2022 and his patience, sense of humour and positive attitude have made him a welcomed addition to the Amaranth Team!

Steve thoroughly enjoys teaching and introducing our students to throwing on the wheel.  He is always happy to share knowledge and does so in a fun and light-hearted way.  When he isn't teaching here, you might find him working in our retail space.  If you have ever called us or been to our store, it's very likely that you have spoken with him already!