Natalie Waddell is a Toronto based ceramic artist. Starting her academic ceramic education at Toronto’s George Brown College in 1998 she attended the Sheridan College Ceramic Craft and Design program from 2000 to 2003.
Since establishing her studio practice Natalie has continuously explored and developed new bodies of work both functional and sculptural as well as teaching classes and workshops. She is an active member of the Akin Artist Collective, the Toronto Potters Guild, Hamilton Potters Guild, FUSION: The Ontario Clay and Glass Association, the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) and Craft Ontario. Natalie exhibits and sells her work at the Gardiner Museum shop as well as other galleries and venues throughout the province.
I create unique and beautiful porcelain tableware handcrafted for your home. With emphasis on the staples of cups, plates and bowls I make a variety of sizes so these pieces can be used on our daily lives, from serving a large family or group of friends to intimate snack sized dishes for one. Each item I make is designed and decorated to connect function and art. I truly believe using handmade objects in our daily lives brings a sense of connection, grounding and appreciation for work, art and nature.