Kalika studied pottery at the Kootenay School of the Arts and Alberta College of Art & Design where she fell in love with the process of creating objects that will survive the ebb and flow of life, because she believes things only get better with age, use, and understanding.
Kalika's work has been featured in Ceramics Monthly, Canadian House & Home and on Uppercase. She has exhibited her work in both the US and Canada and also participates in many art and design events. Kalika is proud to be part of a global community of makers who are hand crafting life, and the food, drink, and objects that are a part of it.
"I can’t imagine life without riding my bike, preparing and sharing nourishing food with my family and friends, good dark beer, green tea and spending time outside every day. I am striving to share the beauty, reality and amazement of being a mother, wife, friend, and maker in a bewildering but wonderful world."
We recently caught up with Kalika for a full interview, including her inspiration and processes behind her work, and more.
Read Kalika's interview on our blog.