Welcome to Alluvium.ca — supporting the activities of ceramic artist Trudy Golley and studio metalsmith Paul Leathers

Welcome to Alluvium.ca

This web site supports the creative and educational activities of

ceramic artist, Trudy Ellen Golley MFA, RCA
studio metalsmith, Paul W. Leathers MFA, RCA

and includes:

selected recent activities featuring links to images of recent exhibitions
portfolios featuring images of recent work
resources such as current CVs, biographies & statements
listings of available lectures and workshops
web pages featuring images from recent workshops

Clicking on images or highlighted text will link to content within the web site. Pages are set to load at 1024x768, but may be made larger by dragging them out.

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website imagery: paul leathers © 2004-2016, except as noted



Alluvium, the Latin word describing the contents of an alluvial deposit — clays, gems and precious metals — would appear to be an appropriate name for this confluence of ceramics and metals practice.

"Creative People: Trudy Golley and Paul Leathers"

December, 2014

Trudy and Paul were profiled in Red Deer Living in an article by author Leslie Greentree entitled, "Ceramics and metals: a love story."

view article

"LUCENT: Works in light and shadow"

Aug./Oct., 2014

Trudy was invited to mount a solo exhibition at the Red Deer Museum + Art Gallery featuring new works as well as pieces drawn from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts collection.

view exhibition
view brochure

Shanghai Design Week's 2013 Jewelry Art Expo

Sept., 2013

Paul was invited to present a lecture at the opening ceremony of Shanghai Design Week's 2013 Jewelry Art Expo and had new work included in the 17 Country Jewelry Art Communication Exhibition.


Nov., 2012

Paul had new work included in the Toronto International Jewellery Festival's online group exhibition curated by Noel Guyomarc'h and Paul McClure that was premiered at the Harbourfront Centre, Toronto.


July/Oct., 2012

Trudy showed new work in the group exhibition curated by Chris Pancoe that was on display at aceartinc. in Winnipeg, and the Glen P. Sutherland Gallery at Brandon University.

"LUX VIVENS: Living Light"

Oct./Nov., 2011

Trudy and Paul's recent exhibition at the Boger Art Gallery, College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri featuring collaborative work made while on artists' residencies in China.

"All That Glisters"

February, 2011

Read the article in the February issue of Ceramics Monthly on Trudy's work with Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) in China.