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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    his peers Matthew Nuqingaq the instigater of this exhibition assembled this remarkable body of Inuit jewellers Ruben Anton Komangapik an innovative sculptor and jeweller creates exquisite works in precious and semi precious metals and jewellery which combine horn bone ivory and gemstones Claude Roussel has lived worked and taught in Nunavut for the past 10 years He enjoys working in a variety of precious and non precious materials and integrates ivory and stone to create pieces inspired by the land Allyson Simmie taught jewellery at the Nunavut Arctic College for three 3 years She works in sterling silver which she combines with various stones from different parts of Canada Dan Wade has graduated from the Nunavut Arctic College two years ago This emerging artist noticed by his peers presents works which depict the artistic ingenuity of his generation PAPER This exhibition builds on drawings made by artists from Cape Dorset Nunavut Their contemporary works demonstrate the evolution of Inuit art Birthplace and home give unique expression to this exhibition Contemporary Reflections a departure in style and tone from the traditional Shuvanai Ashoona works with pen and ink coloured pencils and felt tip pens to create detailed drawings that illustrate northern landscapes Itee Pootoogook is inspired by nature and his work focuses on the changing seasons of the Arctic landscape broad colour fields that evoke the interplay between land sea ice and sky Ningeokuluk Teevee is interested by stories and legends told by her elders She belongs to the new generation of Inuit artists who give new life to these tales through graphic art STONE Sculpture an undisputed form of Inuit art is highlighted by the impressive works of the following recognized artists Kellipalik Etidloie an internationally renowned sculptor inspired by nature and mythology transforms stone by creating lively pieces that

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    the renowned artist Kananginak Pootoogook who passed away November 24 2010 He closed his remarkable life and career with the poignantly titled Last Caribou which is part of his last six 6 images included here Working within the spirit of research and authenticity these eleven 11 artists of Kinngait Studios have been inspired by traditional or contemporary themes often whimsical to produce 33 fine quality prints in editions of fifty

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    because her colour palette is never black and white The use of her particular production technique the compression of metallic powders powdered metal process confers upon her jewellery an impressively wide yet subtle range of colours The rich and textured works obtained by her methods also show that her work is oriented towards the creative process itself rather than simply the finished product Her inspiration comes from nature and more

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    scenes mythological figures and animals finely tooled ivory tusks stone household implements spearheads artefacts and prints The collection builds a refreshing view of recent Inuit and First Nations art a distinguished tribute to an ever evolving collection This activity aims to promote this unique art form by placing it in its historical and global context The Guild also hopes to increase people s awareness of Inuit and first Nations art

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    Nations identities have kept their relevance and sometimes their cheek in this 21st century with all its social identity ecological and spiritual questions Images derived from Christian iconography Bose or the Iroquois legacy Loft are assembled using technological arts into iconographies seemingly divergent but we must go beyond first impressions to act on unsettled consciences facing an uncertain future Because this century will be spiritual or it will not be

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    30 and October 1 2011 JOURNÉES DE LA CULTURE Demonstration and Guided Tours September 29 Nov 5 2011 D ARCY MOSES Dene artist from North West Territories Haute couture October 6 November 5 2011 AGGIE BEYNON Jeweller October 19 November 5 2011 CAPE DORSET ANNUAL PRINT COLLECTION November 3 26 2011 THE AAYURAA STUDIO I nuit jewellers November 3 26 2011 INUIT SCULPTURES March 29 May 12 2012 40 YEARS

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    conscience After living through some major upheavals over the past few years she presents printed engravings of emotions inspired by her new outlook on life She has emerged with a larger and freer perspective and it is with this sense of Opening that she unveils her recent work Bearings lost in the intensity of the storm Light makes its way through an opening Sculpted fibres take the shape of all

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    agreed to prolong this exhibition until April 2nd 2011 The Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre of Montreal is organizing fundraising activities to benefit the Canadian Red Cross and the Guild is one of the official public donation sites Japonica brings together the works of two painters and two ceramists who are Canadians of Japanese descent Yuji Yokoyama Hisao Matsui Yukari Hazama Iverson and Toshiro Tsubokura This exhibition speaks to the links

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