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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    ago Married or partnered with Canadians they adopted a new life a new country a second identity They worked in relative isolation in their studios gaining recognition for their art both locally and internationally Four years ago they met Yuji Yokoyama landscape painter Yukari Hazama Iverson potter Hisao Matsui painter Toshiro Tsubokura Shino style potter This exhibition JAPONICA is about the bonds they share It is a celebration of nature

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    paintings April 14 May 14 ISABELLE MOUGEOT BERTRAND CASAUBON etching April 28 May 21 D ARCY MOSES Dene artist from the Northwest Territory clothing June 2 25 FIRST PEOPLES S FESTIVAL Artists from the First Nations September 23 and 24 JOURNÉES DE LA CULTURE November 3 26 MATHEW NUQINGAQ Inuit jeweller October 6 November 5 AGGIE BEYNON Jeweller October 12 29 CAPE DORSET ANNUAL PRINT COLLECTION October 20 November 19

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    is a departure from past ones the work still reflects the special style of Pangnirtung artists Some of the images such as Andrew s classic mother and child imagery and the bears which have become his trademark will be familiar Others however might jolt the expectations of the usual Pangnirtung print collectors or even be viewed as shocking These images stem from the artists very personal and real experiences The

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    means of building up printmaking studios image banks despite the fact that not all drawings have commercial potential Their historical value is immeasurable however particularly considering the traditional lifestyle they depict is rapidly disappearing In addition the drawings reflect the artists hand revealing their gestural assurance or hesitance the strength of their colour palettes and shading subtleties that can sometimes be lost when an image is transferred to printmaking Inuit

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    Kananginak Pootoogook Jutai Toonoo Representative of Kinngait Studios the works in the 2010 collection are contemporary in style Created in the spirit of research and authenticity these prints evoke themes specific to Inuit culture expressed in a completely current manner Due to the demand for these graphics clients will be served in numerical order Numbers will be available on Friday October 15th at 8 30 a m Fax phone mail

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    exhibition Metal Alive brings together exceptional jewels accompanied by their paper model maquettes These origami masterworks illustrate this extraordinary artist s creative approach and innovative technique Cut from a single piece of metal my jewellery bears witness to the fascination I have with pushing matter to its unexplored limits With this passion for risk and creative trailblazing I transform metal according to both my desire and the very essence of

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    s very nature to this day Her aim is to stay as close to the matter as possible as a means of expressing all of its original beauty Hand forming clay so simple a gesture heartfelt a gesture that prevails throughout history I like to think of myself as part of a long lineage of men and women who love working with clay Her work is above all sculptural but

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    the fine craft of glass presents blown glass and cast glass furniture Gilles Payette works with glass cast in sand moulds to create remarkable artworks of varied colours and textures Astri Reusch an internationally renown artist presents giant solid glass lips that reference the fleshy lips of Buddha statues Stephen Pon leads us into his imaginary world with sculptures that feature travellers driven by their instincts on imaginary vessels Catherine

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