Friday, August 07, 2009



Le Potier du Village/Potter
688-A Prevost Rd.
Noelville ON P0M 2N0
705-898-3432  Meet Gerard Carriere  “The Potter of Noelville, Ontario”



I don’t know much about pottery so will let the pictures do the talking.




My brother in law Larry Knows his pottery.Notice the intensity as he studies the finished vase.

My favorite is the INUKSHUK


inukshuk in English[2] or inukhuk in Inuinnaqtun[3]) is a man-made stone landmark or cairn


Gerard’s Garden:


Linda got tired shopping and thought she would go for a bike ride. She found out the bikes brakes didn’t work. (She could have ended up in the lake)

100_2586 As for me I now have my very own ceramic inukhuk and he hangs out with Ted R. on my back deck. My inukhuk has been giving me some great stock picks. He hasn’t missed so far.



Forgot to mention Ted R. has gotten pretty good telling the weather.

JOE TODD That is all for now. Thanks for stopping by Joe Todd


Rick (Ratty) said...

I like going to places like that. It's sometimes fun just looking around. But I especially like that weather rock. I want to try to make my own.

storyteller said...

Looks like a fun outing! My sister used to throw pots on a wheel and fire them in a kiln in their back yard (before they hit the road) so I find myself visiting pottery shops when I travel too. Thanks for dropping by Sacred Ruminations ... as for your question about my sister's Alaskan photos, I'm not sure what I'll share yet but I suspect once I've LOOKED at them I'll want to make some mosaics ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

EG CameraGirl said...

I enjoyed the tour of the pottery shop and I'm glad Linda figured out how to stop the bike without brakes!

Sorry you had to have a passport to cross the border into Canada. It wasn't my call. And guess what! I have to use my passport to get into the U.S. Yep, the times they are a-changing!

TONY LETTS said...

I love pottery. Used to make some myself which is one of the most satisfying things ever

Moonshadow said...

Great STSS post. Interesting info on the stone makers. :)

Wendy said...

Great fun on this post! I love pottery. Thanks for participating in Small Town Snapshot Sunday! :)