Studio Magazine Vol. 14 No. 2
Making with and without colour.
Did You Know?
Michael Prokopow considers the power of resale shops.
Under the Radar
Spotting lesser-known talent in BC—Megan Samms.
Review: The David Kaye Gallery
Leopold Kowolik reflects on the closing of a Canadian gallery.
Review: Territories in Metal
Stephanie Vegh reviews an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Burlington.
Colour and Context
Museum conservator Jennifer Poulin takes us through the thrilling science of identifying colour in historic materials.
Thea Haines discusses the power of Rubia tinctorum, an ancient pigment that is being rediscovered as a paragon of natural colour.
Perhaps more than any other medium, colour defines the impact of glass objects. Owen Johnson looks at six makers and six colours that they can’t stop using.
Colour and furniture don’t always mix in the world of the handmade. We sat down with a new creative duo who feel differently.
For the Love of Colour
Leah Gravells shares her batik process that puts colour in the foreground.