From December 2021 to March 2022 we will have various international artist displaying their crafts ranging from art, sculptures, scarves, jewellery and more. Items will be on display and for sale – please visit our gallery in-person or email for more information.

Yun-Shan Lee

Artist Yun-shan Lee. She was born in 1973, in Taiwan. She graduated with a Master degree major in Applied Arts from Tainan National University of Arts in 2000, and is a full-time artist until now. Over the years, Yun-Shan has been actively involved in many international exchange projects. At the same time, she has used ceramics and various materials to complete many public arts in Taiwan. As an artist, she has constantly worked in different public spaces to enrich urban aesthetics, as well as to accumulate cultural influence through art itself.

Through her arts, Yun-Shan provides a way to see and make sense of our world. On the way of pursuing beauty and art, she has been constantly inspired by the purity of beauty and the serenity of mind. She focused on space, time, combination, correspondence and repetition, which combined together to weave a wonderful life story.

Peter Sloan

A.O.C.A., B.F.A., M.F.A November 2021
Since graduating from Ontario College of Art in 1979, Peter Sloan has been teaching jewellery casting and sculpture while continuing an active art and craft practice. After OCA he worked at a small company that created small figurative bronze sculptures and started teaching jewellery casting at George Brown College. He was born in Toronto, spent part of his childhood in Calgary, and then moved to North Bay, Ontario where he taught part time at Canadore College. He finished the M.F.A. Craft Media at ACAD, which he started at the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland in Jewellery and Silversmithing. He is now located in Masset on Haida Gwaii where he is developing an Artist in Residence program, working in his studio and collaborating with Haida artists.

Eagle skull Ring, $899
Silver ring Silence of the song $389
Articulating Skull Pendant $1,299
Bull Kelp and Lichen silk scarf $229
Feathers silk scarf $229

Selling 6 more Scarves directly form his studio) These pieces will not arrive to the gallery but directly to the client.

Brandon Lutterman

Artist Brandon Lutterman has many years of teaching experience at various locations and institutions. Currently, he is an art teacher and department chair at Saint Thomas Academy. He has previously worked as an Assistant Professor of fine arts and Program Director at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tn. Prior to that, Brandon worked within the University of Maine System and Southern Maine Community College. He started his professional career as the Facilities Director at Watershed Center for the Ceramics Arts. He got his Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Arts degree in ceramics at Minnesota State University, Mankato. He also has a Master of Fine Arts in ceramics from Kansas State University.
My current body of work is created to celebrate life, prompt more awareness and preservation, expressing the importance of being stewards of all life. There is an unseen precious balance at stake between the industrial man and what will become of our biodiverse population of organisms, fish, plants, animals, habitat and nature in general. Art for me is a balance of life, therapy, profession, and a passion that documents my journey.”

Title: Reptilian Pitcher $1,050 White Stoneware, 22” x 5” x 13,” Cone 6 oxidation, 2012

Miki Kim

I am a Korean ceramist and I live near the Arctic Circle in Lapland, Finland.
As an artist, It has been a big impact on my life since I have moved here. I came to Posio to create something new that is inspired by the Arctic nature. Especially snow, coldness, aurora and other Arctic features create powerful inspirations.


  • IAC (International Academy of Ceramic, Switzerland)
  • ACC (Arctic Ceramic Centre Association, Finland)
  • ORNAMO (The Finnish Association of Designers, Finland)
  • SINAWI (Ceramics Group, Korea)
12 miniature hands + 3 medium size hands with flowers Miniature hands: $18 Medium size hands: $70

Victor Manuel Rondón Tovar

Visual artist and musician.

He was born in Bogotá, Colombia. His artistic career in both music and painting developed in Ibagué, where the musical and cultural environment of the city inspires him, framing his work in the meeting of his two artistic expressions.
The series that he presents at the Christmas Market “Circus 2020” is an exaltation to the human body of its skills and beauty.
The transformation of the circuses of yesteryear, where the dominance of man over animals prevailed in their presentations, is now being replaced by colourful bodies that defy gravity. This is a sample of how wonderful things human beings can do and that is worth taking a deeper look.
Rondón is a tireless explorer of art, dedicated especially to oil and acrylic painting techniques. His works have been exhibited in various countries such as Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Chile, United States and Mexico, where he currently resides and develops his artistic and cultural projects.

2 Circus Paintings $700 each.