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The Potters' Collection

The Art of Entertaining by Maison Riviera

Maison Riviera has joined forces with ceramic artists who, through their work, can convey the pleasure of the art of entertaining in our daily lives. Each commission is an invitation to create a unique piece to encourage the reuse of a petit pot.

Christian Roy

After getting a degree in ceramics from Collège de Limoilou in 1998, Christian Roy worked with several Quebec potters.

His production is a wonderful mix of traditional and modern. Useful and simple, his glazed shapes have textured surfaces, resulting in perfectly balanced pieces. Shapes, textures, glazes.

riviera's petit pot with caramel and pecans in potter Christian Roy's custom plate
Potter Christian Roy's custom plate for Riviera's petit pot
Potter Christian Roy's custom plate for Riviera's petit pot
riviera's petit pot with caramel and pecans in potter Christian Roy's custom plate
riviera's petit pot with caramel and pecans in potter Christian Roy's custom plate

Marie-Hélène Robillard

Marie-Hélène Robillard, an emerging ceramic artist, was first drawn by the act of creative craftwork. Since she is a perfectionist, she then focused on creating functional objects that are fun to use.

With nature—especially the sea—also serving as a source of inspiration for her, Robillard revisits the traditional “Art of Entertaining” and “Art of Living,” combining delicate translucent porcelain with the special character of handmade objects.

riviera's petit pot in custom-made ceramic plate by Marie-Hélène Robillard
riviera's petit pot in custom-made ceramic plate by Marie-Hélène Robillard
riviera's petit pot in custom-made ceramic plate by Marie-Hélène Robillard
riviera's petit pot in custom-made ceramic plate by Marie-Hélène Robillard

Edith Bourgault

Edith Bourgault’s pottery, rendered in her signature bright cobalt blue, calls to mind the dishes that her ancestors used a hundred years ago.

“I try to make comforting and familiar objects that make you want to eat the recipes of our grandmothers.”

Edith takes inspiration from her own everyday life. When she’s not designing, she spends time cooking for her family and taking care of her two sons.

riviera's petit pot with custom ceramic lid made by potter Edith Bourgault
riviera's petit pot with custom ceramic lid made by potter Edith Bourgault
riviera's petit pot with custom ceramic lid made by potter Edith Bourgault
riviera's petit pot with custom ceramic lid made by potter Edith Bourgault
riviera's petit pot with custom ceramic lid made by potter Edith Bourgault

Stéphanie Goyer-Morin

A trained ceramist from the Centre de Céramique Bonsecours, Stéphanie Goyer-Morin also has a Bachelor’s degree in Visual and Media Arts from Université du Québec à Montréal. She creates pieces that are both sculptural and practical.

“My work combines a great skill for traditional ceramics techniques and refined and contemporary aesthetics. I draw inspiration from the cheeky fantasy land of childhood and the fantastic world of fairy tales.”

ceramic cups by Stéphanie Goyer-Morin
cake stand by Stéphanie Goyer-Morin
ceramic object by Stéphanie Goyer-Morin
ceramic cups and teapot by Stéphanie Goyer-Morin
ceramic coaster by Stéphanie Goyer-Morin

Atelier Make

Atelier Make is the creative studio of designers/makers Maya Ersan and Jaimie Robson. The two met in art school, joining forces on numerous creative endeavours prior to founding Atelier Make.

With a design aesthetic that is at once rustic and contemporary, their products bring the beauty and pleasure of fine craft into contemporary daily life.

beautiful blue ceramic plates with flower pattern by Atelier Make
beautiful ceramic plates with flower pattern by Atelier Make
beautiful blue ceramic plates with flower pattern by Atelier Make
beautiful ceramic plates by Atelier Make

Marjorie Camiré

After studying visual arts, Marjorie Camiré immersed herself in the world of ceramics. She now carefully handcrafts sleek and functional pieces. Taking inspiration from various ceramics trends, her creations stand out among others with their mix of genres and a use of rich and delicate colours in contemporary, elegant shapes.

"At home, I like to reuse the little jars for serving condiments. With this in mind, I designed a serving tray. The piece was designed so that the small jars could be placed in the opening used to grip the platter.”

riviera's petit pots on ceramic plate by Marjorie Camiré
ceramic teacup with gold trimming by Marjorie Camiré
ceramic bowl by Marjorie Camiré
ceramic bowl with gold trimming by Marjorie Camiré
small ceramic boxes by Marjorie Camiré

Stéphanie Fauteux

Stéphanie Fauteux proposes a collection inspired by life in the countryside, reflecting its rustic side but elegant all the same. She always creates and manufactures with a desire to offer unique and playful ceramics that charm, seduce, and astonish.

With these pieces, she is seeking to brighten up mornings, warm up winter evenings, bring comfort to meal times, and create the happiness that allows us to enjoy life.

suspended ceramic pots holding succulent plants by Stéphanie Fauteux
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