Lynn Heath

Toronto, Canada

I am a potter who moves between a scenic orchard in the Eastern Townships in Quebec and downtown Toronto. My pottery travels with me.

First of all, a huge thank you to all of you who supported us in our Holiday Sale- it was fantastic.

After a lot of dithering, and due, in part, to inquiries from some of you, we have decided to go ahead with a modified Covid-safe Spring sale! Yay! However, given our experience with the holiday show/sale in December where we had to pivot the sale setup a number of times, we have decided to start with a porchside/curbside show/sale. We will fill the porch with pottery and orchard goodies and have lots more inside. We are inviting you all to come, browse in the porch, and ask for whatever you are interested in, and we will bring out pots/orchard fare for you to peruse. Sound good? Hope so! Great for Mother’s Day gifts, wedding gifts, teacher gifts (and, boy, do they deserve great gifts this year) or just something nice for yourself to cheer you up!

Dates- Friday, April 30th- Sunday, May 9th
Times- Friday,April 30th and Monday to Friday, May 3,4,5,6,7 - 4pm-8pm, Saturdays and Sundays- 12pm-6pm. If this doesn’t work, we are flexible.
Address- 67 Wrenson Road- (Coxwell and Gerrard area)
Protocol-The sale will be in the porch-open windows and door, sanitize, wear masks, in your bubble group. We are vaccinated, and can do contactless payment or cash.
How to Book- We have set up a link to a calendar program which will allow you to book your time for an in-person porch/curbside Covid-friendly sale.

Click the link below to book your hour visit.
https://calendly.com/lynnheath/springsale

We look forward to seeing you! I have been madly potting, see picture below, and there are lots of lovely pots to be had. Chris’ CD’s will be available as well. We will also have jams, jellies, new maple syrup and honey from the orchard.

Thank you for supporting your local potter, musician, and farmers.

Who am I? I have worked and played with clay for many years now. I studied in Montreal, the Eastern Townships and Toronto. I have fired with gas and electricity. Recently, I have been taking part in a number of wood firings-very exciting and different. There is no doubt that functional pottery, in all its myriad firings, is really what I am all about. I am inspired when I hear that someone used my goblets for their wedding ceremony, or when they tell me that they start off each day reaching for their favourite mug- the one that guarantees that the day will go well, or when someone bakes apples, from the Heath orchard, of course, in one of my baking dishes. It is very fulfilling. This is what clay is all about, it has been for ever and continues to be so for me.