Margo first discovered clay in 1975 while studying fine arts at the University of Manitoba.
She became intrigued with handbuilding and has been involved with clay ever since.
Margo enjoys manipulating soft sheets of porcelain into functional pieces which possess a refinement and sensuality. Her work ranges from teacups to vase forms, delicate boxes and uniquely folded slab plates. All are airbrushed with underglaze and high fired in an electric kiln.
To See More of Margo's Work Visit:
Margo Zak's website
- Artcraft (June through September), Wintercraft (December) in Mahon Hall, Salt Spring Island B.C.
She works in her home studio at 117 Quail Cres. Salt Spring Island B.C.