2020 Sale Cancelled

Hope to see you in 2021

Great Shuswap Pottery Sale

has been presenting the Shuswap's best art since 1985

From stoneware and raku, to metal work and glass our juried artisans bring their best to sell at this mid-July sale in historic Celista Hall.

Check out our Artisans for 2019

We’ll let you know what’s happening for 2021

Kathy Kinsella

Kathy Kinsella is a textile artist who resides in Blind Bay, British Columbia. Her work includes extensive surface design on … Read more

Mud, Sweat & Tears

Mud Sweat & Tears is a family pottery based in Sorrento, British Columbia. Bruce and Laura have been making unique, … Read more

Karen Clark

Karen is a ceramic artist specializing in softly textured functional ware and distinctly carved lanterns and luminaries. Originally trained as … Read more

Duncan Tweed

Growing up in Glendale, Arizona Duncan found his love for pottery at the age of fourteen in a grade 9 … Read more

Karen Palmer

I am a Ceramic Artist for very simple reasons; I love the challenge of creating objects from clay that stimulate … Read more

Lynda Enochsen

Lynda has been keen to work with her hands from childhood. Venturing through many crafts from needlework, quilting, stained glass … Read more

Celista Hall is located on the north shore of Shuswap Lake

Sign for GSPS

Watch for the road signs on Highway 1

Celista Hall

Celista Hall, aka North Shuswap Community Hall, is located at 5456 Squilax-Anglemont Road, Celista, BC.

  • From the Trans-Canada cross the bridge at Squilax.
  • Go through Roderick Haig-Brown Park and head east along the lake (on the north shore) until you come to Celista.
  • From there its about half a kilometre to the hall. Follow the signs and you are certain to find us.