Grey Mountain Pottery (Yukon)

  • Grey Mountain Pottery Yukon Agateware Goblet
  • Grey Mountain Pottery Yukon Agateware Goblet-mark
  • Grey Mountain Pottery Yukon Agateware Flute
  • Grey Mountain Pottery Yukon Agateware Flute - cabin image
  • Grey Mountain Pottery Yukon Agateware Trinket bowl with cabin image
  • Grey Mountain Pottery Yukon Agateware Trinket bowl with cabin image - mark

History

Dates: 1960s (?) – early 1980s

Artist(s) / Owner(s): Kate and Phillip Budd

Location:    Whitehorse, Yukon. The first location of Grey Mountain Pottery was in a neighbourhood called Riverdale in the same ‘mall’ as the Mad Trapper Bowling Alley. The pottery moved to a location beside the TD bank on Main Street in the early 1980’s. It closed soon after moving to this second location.

Grey Mountain Pottery was run by Kate and Phillip Budd. Here they created ceramic mold slipware, and people attended workshops to sand down mold seams and paint the molds with low fire glazes. The studio also had a few pottery wheels and artists could rent studio time.

  • Agateware – peach and cream swirl design, with or without painted landscape of nature images
  • Souvenir pots – glazed ceramic pottery with nature images hand-painted on solid background

Grey Mountain Pottery – Yukon Agateware Goblet

Grey Mountain Pottery – Yukon Agateware Trinket Bowl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marks: 

  • Grey Mountain Pottery  Yukon  Agateware
  • ‘Fireweed’ Yukon

I would like to thank the following people for the information provided:

Local Yukon ceramicist, Patrick Royle

Courtney Holmes, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / CURATOR
YUKON ART SOCIETY | ARTS UNDERGROUND
15-305 Main St. Whitehorse, YT