McQuay Click & Clay - selling scenic Manitoulin Island Pottery and Photography

Scenic Manitoulin Island Photography, plus calendars, cards and other photography products from McQuay Click & Clay

Keepsake Book
Scenic Manitoulin Through the Seasons

With 66 full-page, full-colour photos, this book covers the largest island in a freshwater lake in the world in its many fascinating facets. The fossil-rich limestone base, the alvar habitat with its flora and birds, the histories of the settlers and the Anishnaabeg who were here at least 10,000 years ago, the water and the land, all this and more comes to life in the commentary that accompanies each photo. For more info, click here.

TVOntario's Steve Paikin interviewed Jan McQuay on her book and Manitoulin Island. See the interview here: -

For more about the book and Jan McQuay, check out this Manitoulin Expositor article by Isobel Harry: -

Scenic Manitoulin Calendars

The Scenic Manitoulin 2018 Calendar is looking great, with photos from Wikwemkoong to the refurbished lighthouse at Meldrum Bay. It's still available in many stores on Manitoulin, or order by email. For more info, click here.

The theme of McQuay Click & Clay photography is Scenic Manitoulin. In addition to the Scenic Manitoulin calendars, we also have puzzles and notecards...and of course framed photos. For more on the photography,
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Handmade Pottery from McQuay Click & Clay, made on Manitoulin Island, Ontario Pottery Items...Or You Can Make Your Own!

Handmade pottery is both attractive and useful. And each piece is unique. Click here to see high-fired stoneware pottery handmade by Jan McQuay with a little help from her friends.

You can also book sessions to make your own pottery at the McQuay Click & Clay studio. You will need at least two sessions, one to make pieces and the second to glaze them. $50 for two sessions.
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Scenic Manitoulin Island Photography Slide Show with music, from McQuay Click & Clay Scenic Manitoulin Slide Show

Sorry, folks, Java updates have made it difficult to view this slide show of photos showing Manitoulin through the changing seasons. I'll work on it!