Tuesday, October 13, 2009

GARDINER MUSEUM SHOP- SPECIAL EVENING EVENT


I was pleased to be invited to participate in a special evening event at the Gardiner Museum Shop in Toronto, to celebrate the launch of Jeweller Krystyne Griffin's new collection.
If you are free, please drop in, I will be there from 6-8pm on Thursday October 15th, alongside 2 other invited artists: Renato Foti; Glass, as well as Lesley Armstrong; Textiles.

The event is Thursday October 15: 6 - 8 pm

Please see details below, as well as the accompanying link:

An exclusive evening with taste-setter, designer, Krystyne Griffin and guest artists at the Gardiner Shop.

Preview her latest jewellery creations made from old beads gathered from the far corners of the world that carry a "life" of their own and new work by Canadian ceramic artist Shane Norrie, Renato Foti glass and Lesley Armstrong textiles.

www.gardinermuseum.on.ca/eblast/KrystyneGriffin/eblast_shop_sept.html

Saturday, October 10, 2009

FUSION MAGAZINE ARTICLE & COVER!


I was very pleased to have an article about me and my work included in the current issue of FUSION Magazine, and even more surprised to have my work used as the cover shot!
FUSION is the Ontario Clay and Glass Association, and they do a wonderful job of promoting current happenings in clay and glass in Canada and beyond. They are a not-for-profit organization, and host exhibitions, guest lectures and terrific visiting artist workshops. Early on, FUSION inspired me to keep working in clay, and I remember flipping through FUSION Magazine hoping to one day be included in it.
I urge any clay and glass artist in Canada and elsewhere to visit FUSION's website, become a member, and support this great organization. It is through them that Canadian clay and glass artists can continue to have a strong identity and voice.
FUSION Magazine is available at Chapters and Indigo, as well as select bookstores. Contact FUSION for a complete list of outlets for their publications.
Visit FUSION'S website at: www.clayandglass.on.ca/fusion

Photo by Brian Reiser: www.brianreiser.com