Pottery

Nick Saville - Famous for Nixavl Bowls

They are food, microwave and dishwasher safe. They are light weight and colorful.

I make bowls on the wheel, thinking the very old philosophy, that if you are not on the edge, you are taking too much room.

The bowls that survive are thin and odd looking.

I do not associate the word- 'create' with humans. I know the bowls are here, I am just lucky enough to find some.

Nick's Pots are made in Eastend. Pottery open daily noon to 6pm

Nick Saville PotteryPhone: (306) 295-7432
Location: 215 Railway Street E. (across from the elevator)
Website: Nick Saville
Email: nix7432@gmail.com




The Search for the Elusive, makes every piece unique!A result of the combined 'magic' of a fuel burning kiln, carbon trap glazes, a creative hand and a curious mind.

A tradition that reaches back thousands of years is alive in all its stages in the picturesque valley of the Frenchman River.

Potter Stephen Girard, a native of the valley, wins his clay from the stratified deposits of 'white mud' which stand out in bold relief along the ancient hills above the river. Summer visitors may watch the process of refining the raw clay, of screening, blunging,and pugging, before the 'mud' is ready for the creative hands of Stephen. 

The studio is open all year to visitors*, who have the chance to see the clay thrown upon the wheel or shaped out of extruded slabs, into objects and vessels of use and beauty. 

Watch the techniques of bisquing, dipping, waxing, and glazing which comprise each part of the process which culminates with the high temperature stoneware firing in a gas-fired down draught kiln.

Studio tours available by appointment.

Hours of operation:

  • May- Sept - Monday-Saturday 9-6 - Sunday - closed
  • Oct - Dec - Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 - but plz call ahead
  • Jan- April - Hours vary, plz call ahead

The Studio and Gallery:
505 Pottery Street Eastend, SK.
Phone: (306) 294-0400
Email: whitemudclay@sasktel.net