Heather Goldminc Studios

Where The Dragonflies Play Birdhouse


Magic grows on the forest floor. Much like Vancouver Island, these mushrooms evoke whimsy and playfulness. This piece will transport you to a magical space where fairies dance around these colourful toadstools. Dragonflies, fiddleheads, and forget-me-nots abound, as rays of sparkling sunshine pierce the canopy overhead like spotlights.

“Where the Dragonflies Play.

In the tall trees, nestled in the flora and fauna of the lush Westcoast, you will find the Red Cap Funghi and the dancing dragonflies.

A little island oasis filled with mushrooms, ferns, fiddle heads, flowers, and of course our song-singing friends the birds.

A place of magic, beauty and oh, so Vancouver Island”

This piece is available in your choice of size:

Approximately 10” high

Approximately 8” high 

This piece is made of wood and finished in-studio.

Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variations in pattern may occur at the creative discretion of the artist. This means you will receive a truly one-of-a-kind piece.


About the Artist

Heather Goldminc is one of North America’s most collected clay artists. While her commercial success as an artist is undeniable, it is her passion for creating that defines her collection. New pieces come out of her studio in Lantzville, Vancouver Island whenever inspiration hits. It is this consistent creative flow that allows her collections to grow, evolve and pivot. For anyone who owns a piece of her work, they truly own a piece of her creative process as a designer, artist, and maker.

As part of the Heather Goldminc experience, her pieces are full of ‘Easter Eggs’, little hidden gems in her work that will keep her pieces fresh and exciting for years to come. Her whimsical style often features woodland creatures, a nod to her West Coast roots. Her holiday collections are favourites for any household, a must-have at Christmas time. These pieces also make excellent wedding gifts.

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