Heather Dahl – Print & Patterns

Hi, my name is Heather Dahl, and we’re in my home studio in British Columbia, Canada.

I love patterns and finding ways of incorporating patterns and designs in my own ceramics.
I will show you a couple of techniques I’ve picked up over the years. We’re going to work with some relief printing, and we’re going to do some screen printing and monoprinting. It will be really fun with a lot of different information, a ceramic ink that you can translate into designs for all sorts of printmaking methods.

I hope you’ll join me. It’s going to be jam-packed. Let’s get started!

After this workshop, you could be making amazing pieces like these:

When you buy this workshop, you get:

  • Instant Access to Watch my pre-recorded Workshop
    • The workshop is 1 hour 33 minutes long.
    • You can watch it as soon as you purchase this workshop & login to your account.
  • Bonus Q&A
    • Watch my bonus Q&A where I answered questions about my process face-to-face.
  • Lifetime Access to the Replays
    • The workshop and the Q&A are recorded, and you will have lifetime access to it. You can watch it online, or download it to your device to watch offline at any time.

About Heather Dahl

Heather Dahl founded Dahlhaus Studio in 2007 to bring her ceramic and painting practice under one roof, creating numerous collections to be cherished and used in the home. Heather Dahl Studio is an art practice, devoted to experimentation, innovation, research projects, custom work as well as paintings.

Born in Winnipeg, Heather’s family moved to Yarrow, BC when she was 14.  As an adult she moved to Vancouver, BC, to attend the Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design, where she graduated with a BFA in Ceramics and Painting in 2001.  She launched Dahlhaus Studio in 2007 as a way to bring her interests in painting and ceramics under one roof. 

For many years under Dahlhaus Studios, Heather has made both one of a kind work and also produced multiples of her most popular designs for brands like Anthropologie, Nordstroms, West Elm and the Bay. In an effort to shift her brand to reflect it’s local, handmade feel, her work was also retailed through many female-led and smaller independent shops and galleries that had curated collections of local brands and makers. After having lived in Vancouver for 20 years, her family made the move back to Yarrow in 2018, where she also has a home studio to work out of while commuting to her studio in the city 2-3 days a week. This move, coupled with the challenges of 2020 has shifted Heather’s approach to narrow the scale of her production and work on smaller one-of-a-kind collections.




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  • Price: $ 39 USD

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Katy Kwon
Posted 4 months ago
A master of pattern

I've been following Heather's work on social media for many years and she NEVER misses with her patterns and artistic choices. She is somehow organic and whimsical all at the same time. Highly recommend!

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