Jenny Judge holds an M.F.A in sculpture and uses multiple materials in her Installation work and object making. Primarily a kiln-cast glass artist she ventures into a variety of media and techniques including ceramics, fibre, 3D printing and computer manipulations. Her current work focuses on the concept of ‘Location’, both in the geographic sense and the personal. You will often see her out in the Whistler environment photographing rock faces and capturing areas of interest that will be re-worked into her objects in the studio.
“I am creating a series of objects that relate to the documentation and re/interpretation of locations discovered through the acts of walking, noticing, capturing, GPS locating, and personal interpretation”
Margaret has been playing with clay for over twenty-five years. She founded Mountain Path Pottery in 2014. She is a co-founder and full time studio member of Mountain ObjectMakers Co-operative.
Margaret is currently spending her studio time exploring surface texture, colour and form. She is drawn to both wheel and hand building techniques and enjoys working in series to create functional and sculptural ceramic objects. She takes her inspiration from the organic forms found while she is out exploring the natural environment of the Sea to Sky Corridor.
To see what she is currently working on connect with @mountainpathpottery on Instagram and visit her website at: www.mountainpathpottery.com
Miriam de Langley
Award winning Jewellery designer Miriam de Langley is inspired by Whistler’s endless source of natural beauty.
After studying in Toronto and apprenticing in Southern France, Miriam co-founded the Mountain ObjectMaker’s where she now creates her collections. The line is known for a unique blend of subtle details and bold rawness. Each piece is carved, cast and finished by hand.