Harlan House today. From MUD, Hands, fire Exhibition, University of Manitoba. Photo: Mary Ann Steggles
Porcelain master, Harlan House, now has a page on studioceramicscanada.com .
The page will surprise many with the variety of styles and subjects Harlan has produced for almost 50 years. His detailed carving, appliqué and sprigging are familiar; however, there are other deeper messages, opinions and forms in his work throughout his career. His subjects range from the detailed life and beauty in his garden to frustration with the global economy and our “big box” life.
He is open in his thoughts, words and experience. His own website and blog are further testaments to his generosity.
A new page on Gaspé, Quebec, artist, Enid Legros-Wise has been added to the website studioceramicscanada.com.
Enid’s extensive award winning career and forms of art are internationally recognized. Her explorations have taken her from almost miniature sizes to gallery-filling installations. She pioneered porcelain work in Quebec and has developed major, multi-media, ceramic-based exhibitions.
Stay tuned. More pages are in the works on artists such as Connie Pike, Stan and Jean Clarke, Luke Lindoe, Brendan Tang, Gaetan Beaudin and many others.
For those of you in the National Capital Region from May 22 to July 19 be sure to visit artist Paula Murray‘s solo installation exhibition at the Maison de la culture de Gatineau,. The installation of porcelain works will explore Paula’s continuing interest in the universal principles of interconnectedness.
studioceramicscanada.com has just published a new page on the iconic artist Ruth Gowdy McKinley. Much of the page is based on an interview I conducted with Ruth, December 8, 1980. Much help was also provided by her daughter, Lauren McKinley Renzetti. Thank you Lauren.
Click on the link above and enjoy the page, the images and the passion of a great ceramist.
I have updated Keith Campbell’s page with a new chop mark and a copy of the face of his business card. I am always trying to keep the site as current as possible. Chops, marks, signatures are items on which I receive a goodly number of enquiries. It seem to be a subject of great interest to collectors.