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Heather Dahl
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Heather Dahl - Turquoise Stripped Teapot
 
Heather Dahl - Tangerine Striped Tall Cylinder Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Herringbone Low Bowl (Lg) in Blues
 
Heather Dahl - Herringbone Bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Poppy Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Oval Herringbone Vase in Blues
 
Heather Dahl - Tangerine Striped Teapot
 
Heather Dahl - Tangerine Striped Short Mug
 
Heather Dahl - Indigo Striped Teapot
 
Heather Dahl - Indigo Striped Short Mug
 
Heather Dahl - Saffron Striped Bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Indigo Stripe Bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Striped Bottle Vases
 
Heather Dahl - Short Stem Mug (sold separately)
 
Heather Dahl - Large Poppy Bowl
 
Heather Dahl - Poppy Bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Medium Poppy Bowl
 
Heather Dahl - Herringbone Bowl in Blues
 
Heather Dahl - Herringbone Bottle Vase in Blues
 
Heather Dahl - Oval Poppy Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Turquoise Striped Bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Tangerine Striped bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Indigo Striped Tall Cylinder Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Indigo Striped Bottle Vase
 
Heather Dahl - Tall Poppy Mug with Turquoise (sold separetly)
 

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Heather Braun-Dahl is a painter and ceramic artist working in Vancouver, Canada. After graduating with a BFA from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 2001, life got busy- traveling, kids, teaching, and making art. In 2007, Heather decided the best things in life ought to come together under one roof. And so the concept of dahlhaus was formed- painting, ceramics, for the home, about connections in life, to be shared with friends, given as gifts, or kept for the utter enjoyment of art on the wall, or the mantle, or the table.

Dahlhaus is inspired by the concept of connection and community within an urban, modern setting. Rooted in an interest in abstract painting, combined with a nod to the Bauhaus art and architecture movement from the 1920's, dahlhaus strives to connect art to life in both a practical and conceptual way.

Heather throws pottery on the wheel, or hand-builds platters, mixes the glazes, and glazes each piece with multiple glazing processes. All ceramics are made with food-safe glazes. Fired to cone 6, these pieces can be used in the microwave, washed in the dishwasher, and warmed in the oven.