Hope to see you July 17-18, 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

Karen Palmer

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

B-Line Design

B-Line design is a husband and wife partnership creating wrought iron objects for the home and garden. Our designs and…

Madeline Whittington

I make porcelain and some stoneware pots for use. I am fascinated by the infinite variations of simple, understated shapes….

Susan McLeod

Susan’s passion is creating sculptures. Her earlier work was primarily Fabric Sculpture. In past years, she has created many unique,…

Duncan Tweed

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

Rebecca Shepherd

Growing up in a creative household in Britain, Rebecca was never short of supplies or inspiration to explore her own…

Judi Prevost

Jude gravitates to colourful, whimsical designs with each of her pieces starting with a flat slab of clay. From there…

Sheryl Willson

Sheryl graduated from Capilano College, North Vancouver, in 1988 with a diploma in Graphic Design and Visual Communications. In 2000…

Mud, Sweat & Tears

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

Lynda Enochsen

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

Randeen Kozak

It all started with a bench I saw on Pinterest . Power tools scared me – but my creative juices…

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.