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Supporting artists and craftspeople since 1931

Digital Edition of Studio Magazine Vol. 17 No. 1

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Editor’s Note

FOCAL POINT Pauline Loctin Amanda Shore explores the intricate and expansive sculptures of the Montréal-based paper engineer. read article

THE UNCANNY NATURE OF WATER
Using water from Lake Erie, Linda Zhang & Biko Mandela Gray describe how our overfamiliarity with water distracts us from its de-familiarizing actions.

PROVOCATIONS POIESIS
Alyssa Alikpala’s evocative descriptions of her approach to collaborating with her surroundings.

SAIDYE BRONFMAN AWARD WINNER: BRIGITTE CLAVETTE
Maegen Black and Ann Manuel describe how the metalsmith’s body of work extends beyond her craft and into the community.

AWARD PROFILE David Ruben Piqtoukun
The sculptor received a 2022 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.

A CAPTURED EXPERIENCE
Nehal El-Hadi interviews Glenn Adamson about the familiar in craft.

WATER, CLAY AND STONE
The work of Winnipeg-based KC Adams exists between the material and the virtual, writes Lera Kotsyuba.

SONNET #1: NEXUS
Poetry by Mihku Paul, a First Nations poet, visual artist, storyteller and activist.

A DISQUIETING ELEGANCE: THE CERAMICS OF EDDY FIRMIN
Curator Sequoia Miller writes about beautiful contentions with brutality in the artist’s ceramic works.

PORTFOLIO Cal Lane (Halifax, N.S.), Ekow Nimako (Toronto, Ont.), Tyler Rock (Black Diamond, Alta.)

INQUIRIES BILL KIME
The decorative arts specialist at Waddington’s Auctioneers & Appraisers reveals his unusual career path.