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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    these stools show us the organic crafting of Marko Savard s work produced through the tension and flexibility of his material as produces his creations He feels that within the very act of creation lies the need to communicate Those who will sit on these stools may experience the same desire to share and exchange as the artist and clay feel about each other before the clay is transformed A

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    a true and uncompromising fashion One can feel a deep rooted feeling of attachment emanating from these touching works they are truly a moving testimony of the artist s love for his culture Jean Pierre Pelchat was born in 1968 of a Quebecois father and a Cree mother While studying as a Bachelor of Visual Arts at Concordia University he elaborated a remarkable synthesis between the elements taught to him

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    artist Rose Szasz is exhibiting 15 animal sculptures based on the theme of dispossession all of which were created in a spirit of playfulness and fantasy She proposes a humorous look on the duality of animals incarnating icons of nature on one side and cartoon characters or promotional sponsors on the other We invite you to discover the works of this accomplished artist whose unique imagination shines through with its

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    the National Arts Centre in Ottawa from April 20 to May 5 Recognized internationally as a leader in the conservation presentation and promotion of Inuit art Amerindian art and contemporary fine crafts the Canadian Guild of Crafts is pleased to present this exhibition of recent work by some of Quebec s finest and most innovative artists Reflecting the diversity of the creators inspiration the show includes a wide range of media glass ceramic textile jewellery leatherwork woodworking basketry etching and sculpture This is an outstanding opportunity to discover an exciting array of contemporary works by the following artists Aisa Amittu Thomassie Echalook Eli Elijassiapik Mattiusi Iyaituk Alanis Obomsawin Gertrude Obomsawin Glenna Matoush Ginette Aubin Christine Sioui Nicole Bibeau Dolorès Contré Wigwans Léopold L Foulem Maurice Savoie Susan Edgerley Ronald Labelle Goyer Bonneau Rosie Godbout Lynn Légaré Louise Lemieux Bérubé Chantal Gilbert Christine Larochelle Bertrand Casaubon Roland Dubuc Audrey Killoran Patrick Primeau E lyse de Lafontaine Guy Lévesque Quebec Scene will likely be the largest collection of Quebec artists ever presented outside of Quebec over 700 artists from disciplines as varied as music theatre dance visual and media arts film circus literature comedy storytelling and culinary arts will appear in more

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    works by artist Isabelle Mougeot consisting of thirteen meticulously crafted paper engravings vibrantly highlighted through their relief patterns and dazzling colours Inspired by mythical themes such as temples the moon and water as well as a symbolism that she seeks to redefine Isabelle Mougeot unleashes her imagination on wood and cotton fibres which are essential to her quest for freedom She created this series of highly intense landscapes by incorporating

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    of an original concept through which 13 artists worked together often in groups of two to develop hybrid pieces using various craft techniques Visitors can delve into the richness of specialties such as ceramics textile construction cabinetmaking jewellery making textile printing and glass art This is an outstanding opportunity to discover promising new artists Featured artists Jacinthe Brind amour Marianne Chevalier Marie Pierre Daigle Geneviève Juillet Alicia Legault Verdier Amélie

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    September 27 JOURNÉES DE LA CULTURE 11 00 am Guided tour of the Permanent Collection 1 and 3 pm Demonstration The making of a felt hat October 16 November 1 2008 GRAVURES DE CAPE DORSET 44th edition October 30 Novvember

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    artists invites us to join the great Circus where shapes and depth share the stage with humour colour and an eccentric style of painting The Viatour Berthiaume Toy Sculptures appear to emerge from a child s fairy tale as they allude to the famous Barnum Bailey circus of the late 19th century Created with sensibility these unique pieces each offer a particular sense of fantasy Sometimes moveable other times steady each sculpture is pure magic simply waiting to awaken the child in us all The spectator is encouraged to carefully look at each and every sculpture so as to discover its tiniest secrets For their first solo exhibition the couple masterfully allied surfaces with shapes and the beauty of bare wood with vibrant colours These creators mechanical and technical skills are simply remarkable when joined to such masterful control Marie Annick Viatour and Gaétan Berthiaume have been working together for the past 15 years under the company name Sans tambour ni trompette as designers and creators of wooden marionettes and toys The Phantasmagoria exhibit is the result of a full year of work dedicated to the world of the Circus through the elaboration and creation of toy sculptures by both

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