Clay sculptures. Hand carved and slab built multi fired and glazed. Each bears individual markings and subtle colour variations.
Square Birch Series
From Left, Jagged, Evermore, Serenity, Only,
Where I Belong
Chance, All of Me, As I Am, Solid, Calling
Can't Contain It
Piece of Home
Glorious And Free
With 22 Karat Gold
Birch Sculptures Grey and White
Inspired by nature and it's rugged imperfections, Ellis's birch collection displays the beauty of the raw and flawed with great care and attention to every detail.
Lidded Fungi Sculpture
Multi fired stone ware
Grey and White Birch sculpture
Birch Monotypes Yellow Series
Monotype is the most painterly form of printmaking. The work in this Gallery is multilayered. Conceived in a loose interpretive manner to extol life, expression, and texture.
Birch Monotypes Red Series
Each mono print is the result of many layers. This work is created with freedom and spontanaity resulting in a fresh and etherial quality unique to itself. It's narrative allows the viewer complete the story.
SSICA Peoples Choice Award was Presented to Bev Ellis at the SSICA 2018 Finalists exhibition.
This top Award was Chosen from the 62 works that were selected by a National jury to be included in the Finalist Exhibition. These pieces exemplified the world class talent and diversity of clay art in British Columbia.
Vancity Commission Award
“Storied Oak: Looking Back On Our Roots”
Bev’s design was selected by Vancity, and she was Awarded the Commission for their Vancity Hastings Branch in Vancouver. This Ceramic Sculptural installation is 7.5’ x 7.5’. Comprised of more than 200 hand formed and fired clay pieces.
The sculpture features three main photographic collections capturing pieces of Vancouver’s history. The most well know collection was photographed by famous Vancouver street photographer, Foncie Pulice.