Kim Harcourt

Check out Kim’s work this fall on the North of 89 Studio Tour and at Holiday Treasures, Dufferin Country Museum.

September 13, 2012 | | Back Issues

Potter Kim Harcourt creates hand-built or wheel-thrown porcelain and stoneware that she frequently wood fires. She strives “to make pieces that beautify our everyday lives and perhaps even allow the user to take a moment to enjoy the simple things in life, which all too often go unnoticed.” Kim studied ceramics and glass at the Ontario College of Art and recently opened a new studio north of Shelburne.

Her work will be featured this fall in the North of 89 Studio Tour and at Holiday Treasures at Dufferin Country Museum and Archives. See her work at

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Signe Ball is publisher/editor of In The Hills.

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