Exhibition Catalogues

From the Collection: A Bestiary 

2019
ISBN: 978-1-928022-12-1

The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is presenting from its collection A Bestiary. From the beginning of time, the animal world has found its way into the art of humankind in various ways. Animals, fish and birds are, for some, the embodiment of deities; for others they act as metaphors for life experiences. In From the Collection: A Bestiary, we look at ceramic, glass and enamel artists that explored the animal world metaphorically, symbolically, with humour and technical mastery to highlight human concerns and emotions.

$16 – Available in the Gallery Shop or Online

 

 

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Whale Fall
Nicholas Crombach & Nurielle Stern
2019

This catalogue accompanies the first collaborative exhibition of artists Nicholas Crombach and Nurielle Stern, entitled “Whale Fall”, at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery from July 2 to September 8, 2019. It features an introduction by Denis Longchamps, an essay by Esmé Hogeveen, full colour reproductions of the works and the exhibition installation, as well as a poetic response to the work in the exhibition written by Nurielle Stern.

$12 – Available in the Gallery Shop or Online

 

 

 

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The Eye of the Beholder
Joon Hee Kim
2019

This catalogue accompanies the inaugural summer courtyard exhibition “The Eye of the Beholder”, featuring the ceramic work of artist Joon Hee Kim in the John A. Pollock Family Courtyard at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery from June 1 to September 8, 2019. The catalogue features an introduction by Denis Longchamps and numerous full colour reproductions of Joon Hee Kim’s ceramic sculptures alongside studio and installation photography.

$25 – Available in the Gallery Shop or Online

 

 

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Ann Roberts Monograph
2018
ISBN: 978-1-928022-09-1

As part of celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the Gallery has produced a monograph chronicling the career of ceramic artist and Gallery founder Ann Roberts.

The monograph features numerous colour reproductions of Roberts’ ceramic work. It includes essays by Canadian scholars, Gloria Hickey and Leopold L. Foulem, a foreword by Gallery Curator Sheila McMath, and a biographical timeline of Roberts’ career.

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Ann Roberts, With Both Fear and Intrepid Enthusiasm
2012 
ISBN: 978-0-9784886-8-0
95 pages, colour, with photography by Karl Griffiths-Fulton and Pirak Studios.

Foreward by exhibition curator Christian Bernard-Singer.
Essays by Bernard-Singer, Leopold F. Foulem and Gloria Hickey.
$45 plus shipping + tax

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