Welcome to my small world on the immense world wide web. I am a full time potter when I am not chasing after my son. I live in a great community in Southern Ontario called Guelph, which is full of very creative and inspiring artists, musicians and community activists. I also have an addiction to photography which I am currently adapting into my ceramics. I photograph my work in clay, the people that I love and things in nature that cause me to take a second look. My collection of working film cameras has grown to nearly 50, I process my own Black & White film and can often be found in a local darkroom, developing.
I can also smell the change in the wind of the world around us. My partner and I, since becoming parental units have sharpened our senses to how surreal the world has become. One of the many issues that concern us is our food and where it comes from and how it is produced. I am inspired by courageous people such as Hugh Fearnly-Whittingstall from the River Cottage in the UK, and writers such as Michael Pollan and Barbara Kingsolver. We have turned our backgarden into the Garden of Eatin, and are learning how to grow and store healthy, local food.
I hope you will enjoy this journey, journal of me, Bunny Safari AKA Claygrl and my maniacal musings. Peace.