Past Shows

Studio Tour

Saturday October 15 - Sunday October 16,   2022
10am - 5pm

Terry was planning to set up her display in the garden but soft breezes turned into leaf-whirling, toupee-lifting gusts. So inside we came. 3 colourful maple leavesThanks to all who came out and said hello. It was great to see you!
Enjoy the fall and, dare I say it...winter.

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Maizie and Me

September 3 -26, 2021

A show of newly fired pots from my wood kiln MAIZIE.

Drop in to the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas any time but I will be there to greet you in person on Saturday, September 11 from 1 to 3pm. 

Carnegie Gallery logo 10 King st West, Dundas
Tuesday-Saturday 10am - 4:30pm
Sunday 12 noon - 4:30pm


26 potters from across Ontario descend upon Stratford for the weekend to celebrate this exhibition of exquisite wood fired ceramics. It is rare to find such an in-depth collection of this specialized firing process in one space. This is one fun exhibition opening that you don’t want to miss! There are some incredible surprises that you could win, but you need to be at the opening to be eligible!


Summer 2016
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3X6 at the Cobalt Gallery, 870a Kingston Road, Toronto. July 16 - September 4.

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WWW4 at Jonathon-Bancroft-Snell Gallery, 258 Dundas Street, London. August 4 - September 10
Women Who Wood III
link to the Carngie Gallery in Dundas

October 30 - November 22, 2015
Opening Reception - November 6, 7:00-9:30pm.

Since 2004 this group of 11 Southern Ontario potters has come together in different configurations to build and fire wood kilns.

As individuals, the Women Who Wood have exhibited widely, been recipients of many awards and have work represented in many private and public collections. Some have done residencies abroad, many are educators and jurors.

This is their third exhibition as a group.

The participants are Celia Brandao, Shirley Clifford, Heather Daymond, Kim Harcourt, Monica Johnston, Carol-Ann Michaelson, Zsuzsa Monostory, Barbara Murphy, Marie Paquette, Terry Osborne, and Liz Willoughby.


playful form

In 2012 Terry participated in a mentorship programme lead by well-known potter Bruce Cochrane and sponsored by FUSION.

The idea was to create work outside of each artist's comfort zone. The playful shape above was one result.

Wood, Fire & Clay

vase and platter in the Carnegie Gallery show

In October 2011 the Carnegie Gallery in Dundas.featured a show of Terry Osborne's wood-fired pottery.