About the North Shore Art Crawl

The North Shore Art Crawl is a free community event that celebrates the creative energy of local artists. The event features artists in approachable venues all throughout the North Shore, inviting community to engage with and learn about their practices. The North Shore Art Crawl energizes and inspires community through uplifting the arts.

Elaine Lau

Pronouns: she/her
Medium: Alcohol ink, Clay


1460 Queens Avenue, West Vancouver, B.C.
West Vancouver


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Note for Visitors

Plenty of street parking on Queens Ave. Payment options: cash (preferred), credit cards (Square) or email transfer

About the Artist

Elaine is a retired elementary school teacher and mostly a self-taught potter of nine years. She has been a participant in the North Shore Art Crawl since 2018 at "The Taj", alongside two talented artists who call themselves "The Taj Collective". Her creations emerge from both Gleneagles Community Studio and North Vancouver Ceramics. Aside from the North Shore Art Crawl, her work has been found at Gleneagles’ sales markets at their Spring and Winter sales and at a variety of other small markets on the North Shore. Otherwise, her work is posted on Instagram under mudmirage where she can be easily contacted. She utilizes clay as her medium for painting, carving and surface marking in a wide variety of ways. Most of her work is functional but she has a special love for creating whimsical items such as fairy houses, garden pagodas and decorative ornaments.
North Shore Art Crawl 2023