4886 Governor's Rd RR 2
Lynden ON L0R 1T0
Phone: (519) 647-2213
Open year round by chance or call ahead
the sign at Terry Osborne Pottery

Terry Osborne Pottery is in Lynden, just west of Dundas, a short drive from Burlington, Hamilton, Cambridge and Brantford.

A partial list of her ware includes jugs, mugs, casseroles, platters, plates, bowls, vases, butter dishes, teapots, cups and saucers, canister sets, goblets, tureens and ladles. Terry also takes orders for custom place settings.

See the galleries for examples of her work - decorative, useful, beautifully glazed stoneware and remarkable wood and soda fired pottery.

grouping of jars and bowls
Grouping of Terry's wood-fired jars and bowls

Beyond the Valley Studio Tour - Fall 2019

Saturday, October 19 - 10am - 5pm
Sunday, October 20 - 10am - 5pm

Thanks to all for coming out to see us during the Fall 2019 Tour. The weather was fabulous and the fall colours resplendent! We hope you enjoyed the day(s).

Thanks also from my guest, Richard Nigro. He enjoyed his sojurn in Southern Ontario and chatting with many of you.

Richard Nigro photos of rhubarb and tomatoes

Before he began to make photographs, Richard Nigro cooked. After many adventures in the culinary arts he opened his own restaurant in Ottawa - Juniper Kitchen and Wine Bar.   
His photography draws on themes from his life: images from his childhood, from his sometimes bohemian life, from his experiences in kitchens.  Following his recent move to rural eastern Ontario, Richard’s photography has begun developing an alternative sense of imagery and language.
As well as cooking and making photographs, Richard writes.  He is currently completing Cooking In Canada Shorty, A Sort of Memoir/Biography, with recipes and illustrations. 
The photographs selected for the Beyond the Valley Studio Tour are  from “Meditations on a Life in the Kitchen” - photographic notations reflecting on a life working in kitchens.

Terry is pleased to be a part of Bon Feux Deux at Shane Norrie Contemporary in Stratford.

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!