• Teapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric FiredTeapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric Fired
  • Teacup, Stoneware, Wood FiredTeacup, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Stein, Stoneware, Electric FiredStein, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Ship Mug, Stoneware, Electric FiredShip Mug, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Goblet, Stoneware, Electric FiredGoblet, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Bowl, Stoneware, Wood FiredBowl, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Stein, Stoneware, Wood FiredStein, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Bowl with Handle, Stoneware, Electric FiredBowl with Handle, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Ship Mug, Stoneware, Electric FiredShip Mug, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Sake Set, Stoneware, Electric FiredSake Set, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Bowl, Stoneware, Wood FiredBowl, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Pitcher, Stoneware, Electric FiredPitcher, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Teapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric FiredTeapot, Stoneware and Wood, Electric Fired
  • Mug, Stoneware, Wood FiredMug, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Bowl with Handle, Stoneware, Wood FiredBowl with Handle, Stoneware, Wood Fired
  • Bottle, Stoneware, Electric FiredBottle, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Whiskey Cups, Stoneware, Electric FiredWhiskey Cups, Stoneware, Electric Fired
  • Tumbler, Stoneware, Wood-FiredTumbler, Stoneware, Wood-Fired
  • Rangifer Sapiens: 1843-1907 - Earthenware, Underglaze, GlazeRangifer Sapiens: 1843-1907 - Earthenware, Underglaze, Glaze
  • Rangifer Sapiens: 1898-1952 - Earthenware, Underglaze, GlazeRangifer Sapiens: 1898-1952 - Earthenware, Underglaze, Glaze

Pottery inspired by the subtle textures and colours of the Newfoundland sea and sky.

Visit the studio!

2 Guy’s Lane, Catalina, NL
On the Discovery Trail, at the intersection of Highways 230 and 237 (see Google Maps)

Opening Hours

June through September:
     Tuesday–Sunday, 11am–6pm

October through May:
     By chance or appointment.

Contact Mike

709.740.6925
wildcoveceramics@yahoo.ca


“After years of working with clay all across Canada I finally decided to base myself in a historic home in rural Newfoundland and found Wild Cove Ceramics. In this location my connection to nature has flourished – I often work outdoors digging clay, cutting wood, and collecting glaze materials for use in my studio. I’ve also unexpectedly been drawn into the unique cultural experience my region offers – I can be an entrepreneur in this hub of creative activity and continue to work as a contemporary ceramic artist.”