In the Studio: Mushroom in a Bowl with Kris Goold

by Shelby Smith

Last night the Douglas Family Art Centre hosted local artist, Kris Goold of Fragile Glass Studio, for another one of her incredible sgraffito workshops.  This time they tackled a new subject (mushrooms) and a new challenge (working in the curve of a bowl).  As always, Kris did an excellent job leading the students through the steps to create their very own Mushroom in a Bowl!


If you want to try one of Kris’s workshops for yourself, we have another one scheduled for May 18th.  This time participants will be using the mushroom motif again, but this time the technique will be applied to the outside of a porcelain mug.  These classes have a tendency to fill up, so register early to avoid disappointment!

Click here to learn more and register for Mushroom on a Mug (May 18th, 5:30-9:30pm).

Did you know?

Kenora was once named Rat Portage. The name came from the Anishinabe name of the local portage site, which was Wauzhushk Onigum, which meant, “portage to the country of the muskrat”.

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