Here's what's happening at the Smiling Cow Studio...

New Gallery

We are happy to have some pots in Grasslands Gallery in Val Marie, Saskatchewan, which is the gateway to Grasslands National Park.  Laureen Marchand  is the owner and is also a painter herself.  

Posted on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at 06:47PM by Registered CommenterAdrienne Gradauer | Comments1 Comment | References5 References

More new stuff in the online store

Now it's not just Zach stuff...I have some cup & saucers up too.  Click "shop online" at the right to take a closer look.

Posted on Monday, August 26, 2013 at 10:08AM by Registered CommenterAdrienne Gradauer | CommentsPost a Comment | References20 References

New pots in new store & online store updated too

We are happy to have some of Zach's beautiful porcelain tumblers & teabowls in a lovely home decor store in Toronto called Spruce.  I just shipped off the last of the boxes of pots to them; here is a peek of what's inside:

And our online store has some lovely porcelain teabowls avaiable.  Check them out at the "shop online" link at the right.

Posted on Friday, August 23, 2013 at 12:17PM by Registered CommenterAdrienne Gradauer | CommentsPost a Comment | References16 References

some new pots

We are excited to have some new pots of Adrienne's in a new gallery that is opening up at the end of September in Sasktoon.  It will be called Lifestyles by Darrell Bell Gallery.  What nice people and what a lovely bunch of art they carry! 


Posted on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at 11:20AM by Registered CommenterAdrienne Gradauer | CommentsPost a Comment | References8 References

Long overdue for an update!

Zach spent July at a residency at Medalta in Medicine Hat Alberta this summer.  A great place; an international ceramic artist in residency location in our backyard!  Here are some pics from his stay...




this is shot of the IXL Brick Plant near Medalta that shut down after floods this spring.  These bricks that were ready for the kiln were turned back to mud there was such high water.  Crazy!  The only good thing of the place shutting down was the company donated the land to the residency program, and the space will eventually become where the artists can lodge.

Dad and Elsa missed each other in July!


Posted on Friday, September 16, 2011 at 10:27PM by Registered CommenterAdrienne Gradauer | CommentsPost a Comment | References19 References
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