Keely Rae Williams is a ceramic artist living in Treaty 4 Territory in Rural Southwest Saskatchewan. She grew up and remains on a mixed farm where she spends time gardening, tending a heritage orchard, and working in the fibre arts along with ceramics. Williams’ ceramic art practice focuses on handbuilt pieces, mainly pinch-formed serving bowls. She has a BFA from the University of Regina, takes inspiration from the native prairie landscape, and has a passion for all things clay.
Marsha Schuld is a multi-media artist who works out of her studio in rural Saskatchewan. She is self-taught as well as having trained at the University of Saskatchewan, Red Deer College and the Royal School of Needlework. The media in which she works include but aren’t limited to: painting, drawing, stained glass, sculpture, printmaking and intricate hand embroidery. Marsha has taught art for over 30 years, inviting everyone to share the joy of creativity. She teaches for Art Gallery of Swift Current, in local schools, and out of her studio. She is a firm believer that art is for everyone.