Joan Bruneau — March of Mugs 2024

Joan Bruneau shares her passion for experiencing beauty in daily life through making and teaching the art and fine craft of pottery. Using Nova Scotia earthenware clay, she produces wheel-thrown and assembled slip-ware informed by ceramics history, natural phenomena and ornament. Her sensuous shapes and patterned surfaces invite contemplation and inspire use. 

Joan Bruneau is a studio potter and educator based in Lunenburg, NS. 
In 1995, Joan began her teaching career at NSCAD University and established her Lunenburg studio/storefront, Nova Terra Cotta Pottery, operating until 2022. She was Assistant Professor at Emily Carr Institute of Art from 1998 - 2002 and Regular Part Time Ceramics Faculty at NSCAD University from 1995-2019. She exhibits and teaches workshops across North America and taught at the Distance Ceramics Diploma Programs at the Australia National University and the Glasgow School of Art. Joan was a Demonstrating Artist at NCECA in Pittsburgh, 2018.

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Joan's work will appear here when the show opens on Sunday March 17th at 1:30 p.m. NDT (noon Eastern).

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