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Auction Description for Waddington's: Session 1 - Decorative Arts
Viewing Notes:
On View: Thursday 31 October 9:00am-5:00pm Friday 1 November 9:00am-5:00pm Saturday 2 November 11:00am-5:00pm Sunday 3 November 11:00am-5:00pm Monday 4 November 9:00am-5:00pm Tuesday 5 November 9:00am-5:00pm

Session 1 - Decorative Arts

(96 Lots)

by Waddington's

Platinum House

96 lots with images

November 6, 2013

Live Auction

275 King Street E

2nd Floor

Toronto, ON, M5A 1K2 Canada

Phone: +1 416 504 9100

Fax: +1 416 504 0033

Email: info@waddingtons.ca

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WAYNE NGANRAKU BOWL - BLUE RED; STONEWARE BOTTLE (2 PIECES), clay; clay; artist chop on base; artist chop on base height 4 ins; 10.2 cms, diameter 5 ins; 12.7 cms; height 12 ins; 30 cms, diameter 6 ins; 15 cms Note: Wayne Ngan was born in Kwantung,

Lot 1: WAYNE NGANRAKU BOWL - BLUE RED; STONEWARE BOTTLE (2 PIECES), clay; clay; artist chop on base; artist chop on base height 4 ins; 10.2 cms, diameter 5 ins; 12.7 cms; height 12 ins; 30 cms, diameter 6 ins; 15 cms Note: Wayne Ngan was born in Kwantung,

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Description: WAYNE NGANRAKU BOWL - BLUE RED; STONEWARE BOTTLE (2 PIECES), clay; clay; artist chop on base; artist chop on base height 4 ins; 10.2 cms, diameter 5 ins; 12.7 cms; height 12 ins; 30 cms, diameter 6 ins; 15 cms Note: Wayne Ngan was born in Kwantung, China in 1937. During the Japanese invasion of China, he immigrated to Canada with his mother at the age of 13, and was sent to live with his grandfather. He grew up struggling with language and poverty in Vancouver. His personal and artistic achievements can undoubtedly be linked to the strength of mind and body that he developed through this struggle. Ngan put himself through the Vancouver School of Art while working night shift at a local sawmill, graduating in Ceramics in 1963. He soon established his own pottery studio and taught at the art school and at the University of British Columbia, emerging as one of BC's top ceramic artists. In 1965 Ngan had his first solo show at Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, displaying his paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics. He subsequently moved to the rural community of Hornby Island, where he built a home and studio. Throughout his career, Ngan has led workshops and exhibited throughout the world. In 1983, the Palace Museum in Taipei exhibited some of his works, the first time in the museum's history to exhibit a modern piece of pottery. Ngan was one of three distinguished artists featured in the award-winning 2007 film Glimpses of Heaven. He continues to produce and exhibit his art, and recently had an exhibition of his paintings at the Granville Fine Art Gallery in Vancouver. He is the only potter to be given a one-man show at the Vancouver Art Gallery, and his pieces are frequently presented to visiting foreign dignitaries as official gifts from the Canadian government.

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WAYNE NGANUNTITLED, clay; artist chop on base height 14 ins; 35.6 cms, diameter 7 ins; 17.8 cms

Lot 2: WAYNE NGANUNTITLED, clay; artist chop on base height 14 ins; 35.6 cms, diameter 7 ins; 17.8 cms

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Description: WAYNE NGANUNTITLED, clay; artist chop on base height 14 ins; 35.6 cms, diameter 7 ins; 17.8 cms

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WAYNE NGANUNTITLED (BOWL), stoneware; artist chop on base height 3 ins; 7.6 cms, diameter 15 ins; 38.1 cms

Lot 3: WAYNE NGANUNTITLED (BOWL), stoneware; artist chop on base height 3 ins; 7.6 cms, diameter 15 ins; 38.1 cms

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Description: WAYNE NGANUNTITLED (BOWL), stoneware; artist chop on base height 3 ins; 7.6 cms, diameter 15 ins; 38.1 cms

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WAYNE NGANPLAQUE, stoneware; artist chop on reverse 18 ins x 14 ins x 1 ins; 45.7 cms x 35.6 cms x 2.5 cms

Lot 4: WAYNE NGANPLAQUE, stoneware; artist chop on reverse 18 ins x 14 ins x 1 ins; 45.7 cms x 35.6 cms x 2.5 cms

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Description: WAYNE NGANPLAQUE, stoneware; artist chop on reverse 18 ins x 14 ins x 1 ins; 45.7 cms x 35.6 cms x 2.5 cms

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SALLY BARBIERBAYOU POUT BLANCHE, ceramic; signed, dated 87 25 ins x 23 ins x 13 ins; 63.5 cms x 58.4 cms x 33 cms Note: Sally Barbier was born in Lafayette, Louisiana in 1949. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Nicholls State University in

Lot 5: SALLY BARBIERBAYOU POUT BLANCHE, ceramic; signed, dated 87 25 ins x 23 ins x 13 ins; 63.5 cms x 58.4 cms x 33 cms Note: Sally Barbier was born in Lafayette, Louisiana in 1949. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Nicholls State University in

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Description: SALLY BARBIERBAYOU POUT BLANCHE, ceramic; signed, dated 87 25 ins x 23 ins x 13 ins; 63.5 cms x 58.4 cms x 33 cms Note: Sally Barbier was born in Lafayette, Louisiana in 1949. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, in 1972, and her Master of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin in 1975. Barbier's works have been exhibited throughout Canada and the United States.

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TONY BLOOMPLANTER WITH CURL; CANISTER WITH FAN LID (2 PIECES), clay; clay; signed on inner lip; signed on inner lip height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 10 ins; 25.4 cms; height 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms, diameter 11 ins; 27.9 cms Note: Tony Bloom was born in

Lot 6: TONY BLOOMPLANTER WITH CURL; CANISTER WITH FAN LID (2 PIECES), clay; clay; signed on inner lip; signed on inner lip height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 10 ins; 25.4 cms; height 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms, diameter 11 ins; 27.9 cms Note: Tony Bloom was born in

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Description: TONY BLOOMPLANTER WITH CURL; CANISTER WITH FAN LID (2 PIECES), clay; clay; signed on inner lip; signed on inner lip height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 10 ins; 25.4 cms; height 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms, diameter 11 ins; 27.9 cms Note: Tony Bloom was born in Tokyo, Japan and lived in Washington, D.C., and Paris, before settling in Canmore, B.C. in 1970. Through his art, he found that he could create objects and notations that allowed him to convey what was meaningful to him. He studied musical composition at the Banff School of Fine Arts in 1970. Wanting to create a flute out of clay, he signed up for a pottery course and soon realized that flutes were a challenge to make out of clay (some of his clay instruments can be found at the Canadian Museum of Civilization). He grew to love the material and processes and only realized ten years into it that he now had a career, a business and his life's work. In the mid-1980's, Bloom started to work with bronze, discovering that, although this material offered different qualities to clay, techniques for each could be overlaid into the other. In 2011, Bloom was commissioned to produce a major piece of art for the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium and in 2013, a recently opened exhibition entitled "Landbuoys" is at the Whyte Museum in Banff, AB . He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Province of Alberta Achievement Award (1988) and the Canada Council Award (1984, 1987, 1997), and is co-founder of Stonecrop Studios in Canmore, Alberta, where he continues to create his artwork.

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TONY BLOOMCANOPIC TROUGH, clay; signed on base 8 ins x 14.5 ins x 7.5 ins; 20.3 cms x 36.8 cms x 19.1 cms

Lot 7: TONY BLOOMCANOPIC TROUGH, clay; signed on base 8 ins x 14.5 ins x 7.5 ins; 20.3 cms x 36.8 cms x 19.1 cms

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Description: TONY BLOOMCANOPIC TROUGH, clay; signed on base 8 ins x 14.5 ins x 7.5 ins; 20.3 cms x 36.8 cms x 19.1 cms

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TED HODGETTSWERGE AND PANAMERELLA, wood; signed, dated 87 on base 6 ins x 8 ins; 15.2 cms x 20.3 cms Note: Hodgetts was born in 1946 and grew up in Kingston, Ontario. He studied at Queen's University, the University of Toronto, and received his B.A.

Lot 8: TED HODGETTSWERGE AND PANAMERELLA, wood; signed, dated 87 on base 6 ins x 8 ins; 15.2 cms x 20.3 cms Note: Hodgetts was born in 1946 and grew up in Kingston, Ontario. He studied at Queen's University, the University of Toronto, and received his B.A.

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Description: TED HODGETTSWERGE AND PANAMERELLA, wood; signed, dated 87 on base 6 ins x 8 ins; 15.2 cms x 20.3 cms Note: Hodgetts was born in 1946 and grew up in Kingston, Ontario. He studied at Queen's University, the University of Toronto, and received his B.A. from York University, Toronto, in 1970. In 1973 he began his career as a self-taught woodworker, establishing a small cabinetmaking company in Barrie, Ontario, along with several partners. He moved to Newtonville and started a one-man shop there.In 1979, Hodgetts and his partner, porcelain artist Jane Wilson, moved to Millbrook, Ontario, where they set up a studio. He worked with wood professionally for over twenty five years, primarily as a wood turner producing one-of-a-kind, lathe-turned vessels in exotic and burled woods. His work has been widely exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe, and he has been the recipient of numerous awards from the Ontario Arts Council, as well as the subject of many articles and reviews in national and international publications. In 2000, one of Hodgetts' turned vessels was featured on a Canadian postage stamp, part of the Millennium Collection, commissioned by Canada Post, to celebrate the history of Canada. Hodgetts' work is included in a number of private, corporate and public collections.Ted Hodgetts now focuses on two of his other passions, books and music at JazzFirst Books, his online bookshop which specializes in used first edition blues and jazz books and signed, music ephemera. He lives in Millbrook, Ontario.

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TED HODGETTSPURPLE HEART AND SILK YOAK, wood 6 ins x 8 ins; 15.2 cms x 20.3 cms

Lot 9: TED HODGETTSPURPLE HEART AND SILK YOAK, wood 6 ins x 8 ins; 15.2 cms x 20.3 cms

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KATRINA CHAYTORFRUIT BOWL/TRAY, earthenware; signed, dated '87 14 ins x 16 ins x 10 ins; 35.6 cms x 40.6 cms x 25.4 cms Note: Katrina Chaytor was born in St. John's, Newfoundland in 1962. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and

Lot 10: KATRINA CHAYTORFRUIT BOWL/TRAY, earthenware; signed, dated '87 14 ins x 16 ins x 10 ins; 35.6 cms x 40.6 cms x 25.4 cms Note: Katrina Chaytor was born in St. John's, Newfoundland in 1962. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and

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Description: KATRINA CHAYTORFRUIT BOWL/TRAY, earthenware; signed, dated '87 14 ins x 16 ins x 10 ins; 35.6 cms x 40.6 cms x 25.4 cms Note: Katrina Chaytor was born in St. John's, Newfoundland in 1962. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax in 1983 and her MFA from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, New York, in 1986. Chaytor has participated in numerous exhibitions both nationally and internationally, and in 2007, was one of ten Canadian ceramic artists invited to participate in a month-long residency at the Fule International Ceramics Art Museums at FuPing, Shaanxi, China. Chaytor has been a permanent member of the Ceramics faculty at the Alberta College of Art and Design since 2001. She has lectured and taught workshops both nationally and internationally, and is the recipient of several awards and grants, including the Award of Honour from the Alberta Craft Council in 2010.Chaytor's work is of slab construction, incorporating complex patterns onto her surfaces with plaster moulds and accentuating them with luminous glazes. She continues to research the role of ornament as a "mediator between art and life" in contemporary culture.

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INGRID NICOLAIUNTITLED, earthenware; signed, dated 93 19 ins x 20.25 ins x 5 ins; 48.3 cms x 51.4 cms x 12.7 cms Note: Ingrid Nicolai was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1932 and immigrated to Canada in 1962. She studied Fine Arts at Champlain College in

Lot 11: INGRID NICOLAIUNTITLED, earthenware; signed, dated 93 19 ins x 20.25 ins x 5 ins; 48.3 cms x 51.4 cms x 12.7 cms Note: Ingrid Nicolai was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1932 and immigrated to Canada in 1962. She studied Fine Arts at Champlain College in

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Description: INGRID NICOLAIUNTITLED, earthenware; signed, dated 93 19 ins x 20.25 ins x 5 ins; 48.3 cms x 51.4 cms x 12.7 cms Note: Ingrid Nicolai was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1932 and immigrated to Canada in 1962. She studied Fine Arts at Champlain College in St. Lambert, Quebec, from 1975 to 1978, and was a Ceramics instructor at the school from 1979 to 1983. Nicolai's ceramic vessels, derived from Mycenaean and classical Greek pottery, are coiled from white earthenware, treated with ceramic stains in colours reminiscent of the Mediterranean. Her play with perspective is demonstrated in her work, her skill at representing a three-dimensional object in spatial recession on a two-dimensional plane. Nicolai has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Canada, the United States, Korea and Japan. She was President of the Burlington Potters Guild in Burlington, Ontario from 1988 to 1989, and has also received several grants from the Ontario Arts Council. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.

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CYNTHIA LINDUMPLING SERIES: MOM'S TASTE, blown glass; signed, dated '97 on reverse diameter 11.5 ins; 29.2 cms

Lot 12: CYNTHIA LINDUMPLING SERIES: MOM'S TASTE, blown glass; signed, dated '97 on reverse diameter 11.5 ins; 29.2 cms

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Description: CYNTHIA LINDUMPLING SERIES: MOM'S TASTE, blown glass; signed, dated '97 on reverse diameter 11.5 ins; 29.2 cms

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JIM HONG LOUIEFISH BOWL, stoneware; signed on base height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 19.5 ins; 48.8 cms Note: Jim Hong Louie was born in 1950 in Stockton, California. He has studied at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan; at the Centre for

Lot 13: JIM HONG LOUIEFISH BOWL, stoneware; signed on base height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 19.5 ins; 48.8 cms Note: Jim Hong Louie was born in 1950 in Stockton, California. He has studied at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan; at the Centre for

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Description: JIM HONG LOUIEFISH BOWL, stoneware; signed on base height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 19.5 ins; 48.8 cms Note: Jim Hong Louie was born in 1950 in Stockton, California. He has studied at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan; at the Centre for Creative Studies (ceramics and graphic arts) in Detroit, Michigan; at the Paris School of Fine Arts (printing and drawing), at the Ontario College of Arts (ceramics) in Toronto and at Sheridan College of School of Design (ceramics) in Mississauga, Ontario. Louie has been exhibiting his ceramics and sculptures since 1975, including the FIRE + EARTH exhibition which toured across Canada and in Japan. In 2012, The Tom Thomson Art Gallery of Owen Sound created a show and a fundraising auction, exhibiting pieces that Louie, along with twenty-one local artists had produced from the salvaged material from St. George's Church in Owen Sound. Louie lives in Williamsford, Ontario.

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ROBIN HOPPERPLATE - PRAIRIE STORM SERIES, porcelain; artist chop

Lot 14: ROBIN HOPPERPLATE - PRAIRIE STORM SERIES, porcelain; artist chop "Robin Hopper Canada" on reverse diameter 16 ins; 40.6 cms Note: Robin Hopper was born just prior to the Second World War in 1939, and grew up in London, England. He trained at Croydon

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Description: ROBIN HOPPERPLATE - PRAIRIE STORM SERIES, porcelain; artist chop "Robin Hopper Canada" on reverse diameter 16 ins; 40.6 cms Note: Robin Hopper was born just prior to the Second World War in 1939, and grew up in London, England. He trained at Croydon College of Art from 1956 to 1961 and emigrated to Canada with his family in 1968. After teaching for two years at Central Technical School in Toronto, he moved to Barrie, Ontario, where he was responsible for starting up and heading the Ceramics and Glass Department at Georgian College. He resigned from his post in 1972 to devote his full energy to his ceramics work. Along with four assistants, Hopper produced a considerable volume of repeat functional production pieces, as well as one-of-a-kind works for exhibition and gallery sales; most of his work at the time was in porcelain, both reduction and oxidation-fired. Hopper relocated to Vancouver Island, B.C., in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he set up with his wife, Judy Dyelle. That same year, he was the first recipient of the Saidye Bronfman Award, Canada's most prestigious annual award in the crafts. He has taught throughout Canada, and in England, USA, Australia, New Zealand, China, Korea, Japan and Israel. His works can also be found in numerous public, corporate and private collections throughout the world. Hopper is an honorary member of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, and the author of several books, including The Ceramic Spectrum and Functional Pottery, as well as videos. He is also the Founding President Emeritus of the Metchosin International Summer School of Arts, dedicated to bringing internationally acclaimed artists to lead workshops.

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ROBIN HOPPERLANDSCAPE BOWL, porcelain; artist chop on base height 4 ins; 10 cms, diameter 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms

Lot 15: ROBIN HOPPERLANDSCAPE BOWL, porcelain; artist chop on base height 4 ins; 10 cms, diameter 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms

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Description: ROBIN HOPPERLANDSCAPE BOWL, porcelain; artist chop on base height 4 ins; 10 cms, diameter 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms

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ROBIN HOPPERUNTITLED, porcelain; artist chop on base height 2.75 ins; 6.9 cms, diameter 9 ins; 22.9 cms

Lot 16: ROBIN HOPPERUNTITLED, porcelain; artist chop on base height 2.75 ins; 6.9 cms, diameter 9 ins; 22.9 cms

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Description: ROBIN HOPPERUNTITLED, porcelain; artist chop on base height 2.75 ins; 6.9 cms, diameter 9 ins; 22.9 cms

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CAROL & RICHARD SELFRIDGECLEOPATRA POTTER'S OFFERING, clay; signed, dated '89 27 ins x 19 ins x 6.5 ins; 68.6 cms x 48.3 cms x 16.5 cms Note: Carol Selfridge was born in Belleville, Ontario in 1948. She graduated from the University of Alberta in

Lot 17: CAROL & RICHARD SELFRIDGECLEOPATRA POTTER'S OFFERING, clay; signed, dated '89 27 ins x 19 ins x 6.5 ins; 68.6 cms x 48.3 cms x 16.5 cms Note: Carol Selfridge was born in Belleville, Ontario in 1948. She graduated from the University of Alberta in

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Description: CAROL & RICHARD SELFRIDGECLEOPATRA POTTER'S OFFERING, clay; signed, dated '89 27 ins x 19 ins x 6.5 ins; 68.6 cms x 48.3 cms x 16.5 cms Note: Carol Selfridge was born in Belleville, Ontario in 1948. She graduated from the University of Alberta in 1969 with a Bachelor of Arts and Professional Diploma after Degree, which included courses in drawing and painting. Upon graduating, Carol taught high school art in Vancouver until 1974Richard Selfridge was born in Seattle, Washington in 1943. He graduated with a Bachelor and a Master of Arts from Washington State University in 1973, and a Ph.D (All but Dissertation) in Political Philosophy from the University of Alberta. In 1978, he attended the Banff Centre on a scholarship in 1978 to study slip casting and mold making with Tony Franks and returned in 1985 to study form and function with Wayne Ngan and Walter Keeler. Carol and Richard Selfridge have been working collaboratively since 1974. They live in Edmonton, Alberta.

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JIM SMITH, RCAPINK BOWL WITH OAK LEAVES, glazed ceramic; signed height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 13.5 ins; 34.3 cms Note: Jim Smith, born in 1956, has been a studio potter in Chester, Nova Scotia. Smith began researching schools and, through the

Lot 18: JIM SMITH, RCAPINK BOWL WITH OAK LEAVES, glazed ceramic; signed height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 13.5 ins; 34.3 cms Note: Jim Smith, born in 1956, has been a studio potter in Chester, Nova Scotia. Smith began researching schools and, through the

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Description: JIM SMITH, RCAPINK BOWL WITH OAK LEAVES, glazed ceramic; signed height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 13.5 ins; 34.3 cms Note: Jim Smith, born in 1956, has been a studio potter in Chester, Nova Scotia. Smith began researching schools and, through the encouragement of Walter Ostrom, Smith studied at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Ostrom also introduced him to working with earthenware clay. Smith graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in Ceramics, in 1989.Smith's art has been greatly influenced by his travels; he has undertaken research in China, Mexico, Europe, Turkey, South Korea and Morocco, as well as done a residency in Italy. He has participated in over 80 exhibitions, both nationally and internationally, and his work is included in many prominent public and private collections, including The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art in Toronto, and the Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute in Jingdezhen, China. He has won many awards for his work, including The QE II Golden Jubilee Commemorative Medal by the Canadian Government in recognition of distinguished career achievement and significant contribution to Canadian society in 2002, and was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2008. He had the honour of being a juror for Canada's highest award in fine craft, the Saidye Bronfman Award/Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts. Smith has also recently been granted "Master Craftsman" membership with the Nova Scotia Designer Crafts Council.

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JIM SMITH, RCASOUP TUREEN, glazed ceramic; signed on base 8 ins x 14 ins x 9 ins; 20.3 cms x 35.6 cms x 22.9 cms

Lot 19: JIM SMITH, RCASOUP TUREEN, glazed ceramic; signed on base 8 ins x 14 ins x 9 ins; 20.3 cms x 35.6 cms x 22.9 cms

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Description: JIM SMITH, RCASOUP TUREEN, glazed ceramic; signed on base 8 ins x 14 ins x 9 ins; 20.3 cms x 35.6 cms x 22.9 cms

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LLUIS RIERAJARDINIERE, clay height 22 ins; 55.9 cms, diameter 15 ins; 38.1 cms Note: Lluis Riera was born in Spain. His family owned an established tile business and he thus grew up learning about ceramics, glazes and colours. He attended the School

Lot 20: LLUIS RIERAJARDINIERE, clay height 22 ins; 55.9 cms, diameter 15 ins; 38.1 cms Note: Lluis Riera was born in Spain. His family owned an established tile business and he thus grew up learning about ceramics, glazes and colours. He attended the School

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Description: LLUIS RIERAJARDINIERE, clay height 22 ins; 55.9 cms, diameter 15 ins; 38.1 cms Note: Lluis Riera was born in Spain. His family owned an established tile business and he thus grew up learning about ceramics, glazes and colours. He attended the School of Arts in Tarragona, Spain, where he studied under Ramon Carret from 1965 to 1972. During his studies he was awarded a scholarship to study in Perugia, Italy. Upon graduating, Riera operated his own studio in Spain while still assisting in the family business.Riera moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1977 and apprenticed with various potters. He was part of the Vancouver Clayworks Society from 1980 to 1984, where he developed a tile making process. Riera eventually set up his own studio in Vancouver, producing large ceramic vessels, tile and architectural terra cotta elements. Riera moved back to Spain in the late 1980's, settling in Gratallops, where he operates his studio, Ceramica Riera.

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PAMELA RODGERTHE GREAT SPEAKER, clay, porcelain, enamel paint, black stain, melted metal Note: Pamela Rodger was born in Saskatchewan in 1949. She attended the Arts Department and Department of Education, University of Saskatchewan, for 5 years and

Lot 21: PAMELA RODGERTHE GREAT SPEAKER, clay, porcelain, enamel paint, black stain, melted metal Note: Pamela Rodger was born in Saskatchewan in 1949. She attended the Arts Department and Department of Education, University of Saskatchewan, for 5 years and

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Description: PAMELA RODGERTHE GREAT SPEAKER, clay, porcelain, enamel paint, black stain, melted metal Note: Pamela Rodger was born in Saskatchewan in 1949. She attended the Arts Department and Department of Education, University of Saskatchewan, for 5 years and fulfilled five residencies at the Banff Center of the Arts in Alberta, Canada.Rodger was Head of the University Transfer Ceramics program at the College of New Caledonia in Prince George, B.C. from 1977 to 1982, and an Out-Reach teacher for Emily Carr College of Arts in Vancouver, British Columbia from 1979 to 1984.Rodger also owned and operated Fine Line Craft Gift Store, and Full Moon Gallery where she represented twenty-six artists, in Bragg Creek, Alberta for nineteen years. Since 2010, Rodger has been involved with the Artist Gardens Project at Bow Valley Ranch, in Fish Creek Provincial Park, which honours the First Nations People and the rich history of the Bow Valley Ranch. She has been focusing on a commissioned large, permanent mosaic installation at the site.Rodger continues to maintain a busy studio with several lines of production ware, sculpture and painting. She lives with her husband in Bragg Creek, Alberta.

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CYNDY CHWELOSPLATTER NUMBER 1, painted majolica; signed on base 15 ins x 19 ins; 38.1 cms x 48.3 cms Note: Cyndy Chwelos received her BFA from the University of Saskatchewan, SK in 1983. Interested in education, she completed her Early Childhood

Lot 22: CYNDY CHWELOSPLATTER NUMBER 1, painted majolica; signed on base 15 ins x 19 ins; 38.1 cms x 48.3 cms Note: Cyndy Chwelos received her BFA from the University of Saskatchewan, SK in 1983. Interested in education, she completed her Early Childhood

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Description: CYNDY CHWELOSPLATTER NUMBER 1, painted majolica; signed on base 15 ins x 19 ins; 38.1 cms x 48.3 cms Note: Cyndy Chwelos received her BFA from the University of Saskatchewan, SK in 1983. Interested in education, she completed her Early Childhood Certification from Vancouver Community College in 1998 and her MA (art education/curriculum studies) in 2004 from the University of British Columbia in 2004. She works as the Program Co-ordinator for Catalyst for Change, a residency program that brings artists into classrooms to explore social justice issues, through the creation and discussion of works of art. Chwelos also teaches a class in Arts, Culture and Heritage at Langara College, which exposes the students to the spectrum of arts programming offered in the field of recreation. The goal of the course is to instill and enhance the students' values and understandings for the arts and the fundamental role it plays in building healthy communities. Chwelos lives in Vancouver, BC.

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CYNDY CHWELOSPLATTER NUMBER 3, painted majolica 19 ins x 15.5 ins; 48.3 cms x 39.4 cms

Lot 23: CYNDY CHWELOSPLATTER NUMBER 3, painted majolica 19 ins x 15.5 ins; 48.3 cms x 39.4 cms

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Description: CYNDY CHWELOSPLATTER NUMBER 3, painted majolica 19 ins x 15.5 ins; 48.3 cms x 39.4 cms

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BARBARA GENTLEDOING LUNCH #3; DOING LUNCH #4, mixed media 14 ins x 4.5 ins x 4.5 ins; 35.6 cms x 11.4 cms x 11.4 cms; 14 ins x 4.5 ins x 4.5 ins; 35.6 cms x 11.4 cms x 11.4 cms Note: Barbara Gentle was born in London, England, in 1951. She studied at

Lot 24: BARBARA GENTLEDOING LUNCH #3; DOING LUNCH #4, mixed media 14 ins x 4.5 ins x 4.5 ins; 35.6 cms x 11.4 cms x 11.4 cms; 14 ins x 4.5 ins x 4.5 ins; 35.6 cms x 11.4 cms x 11.4 cms Note: Barbara Gentle was born in London, England, in 1951. She studied at

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Description: BARBARA GENTLEDOING LUNCH #3; DOING LUNCH #4, mixed media 14 ins x 4.5 ins x 4.5 ins; 35.6 cms x 11.4 cms x 11.4 cms; 14 ins x 4.5 ins x 4.5 ins; 35.6 cms x 11.4 cms x 11.4 cms Note: Barbara Gentle was born in London, England, in 1951. She studied at Langara College of Arts in Vancouver, BC, from 1976 to 1978, and received an arts diploma from the Emily Carr College of Art in 1981. Gentle is recognized for both her painting and hand-built ceramic sculptures.

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CHRIS COGSWELLMULTICOVERED POT, clay; signed, dated 87 on base height 19 ins; 48.3 cms, diameter 13 ins; 33 cms

Lot 25: CHRIS COGSWELLMULTICOVERED POT, clay; signed, dated 87 on base height 19 ins; 48.3 cms, diameter 13 ins; 33 cms

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Description: CHRIS COGSWELLMULTICOVERED POT, clay; signed, dated 87 on base height 19 ins; 48.3 cms, diameter 13 ins; 33 cms

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RUTH GOWDY MCKINLEY, RCAWINE DECANTER AND GOBLETS (7 PIECES), clay; artist chop on base height 9.5 ins; 24.1 cms, diameter 6 ins; 15.2 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5

Lot 26: RUTH GOWDY MCKINLEY, RCAWINE DECANTER AND GOBLETS (7 PIECES), clay; artist chop on base height 9.5 ins; 24.1 cms, diameter 6 ins; 15.2 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5

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Description: RUTH GOWDY MCKINLEY, RCAWINE DECANTER AND GOBLETS (7 PIECES), clay; artist chop on base height 9.5 ins; 24.1 cms, diameter 6 ins; 15.2 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms; height 3.5 ins; 8.9 cms, diameter 3 ins; 7.6 cms Note: Ruth Gowdy McKinley was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1931. She received her BFA in 1953 and her MFA in 1955 from the New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University, in Alfred, New York, where she had studied under Charles Harder, Daniel Rhodes and Marion Fosdick. Her talents as a potter were recognized at an early point in her life, when she was the recipient of the Young Ceramicist of America Award in 1953. McKinley and her husband, renowned furniture maker Donald McKinley, moved to Canada in 1957, where they both taught at the newly established Sheridan College, in Oakville, Ontario. As artist-in-residence, McKinley mentored many of today's leading Canadian ceramic artists such as Keith Campbell, Steve Irvine, and Paul Murray. McKinley was also known as the matriarch of Canadian wood firing, as it was rare during that time for an artist to specialize in wood-fired pottery, even more so for a woman.McKinley was the first ceramic artist to be elected into the Royal Canadian Academy in 1976, and was also invited to participate in the 27th Concorso Internazionale della Ceramica d'Arte in Faenza, Italy.Ruth Gowdy McKinley died prematurely of cancer in 1981. The inspiration for the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery in Waterloo, Ontario, stemmed from a wish to honor her memory. McKinley's life and works have also been celebrated in the book, An Exuberant Toast: A Tribute to Ruth Gowdy McKinley (2013).

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DONALD MCKINLEYWALNUT CHEESEBOARD AND BISCUIT BOWL, walnut 6 ins x 28.5 ins x 6 ins; 15.2 cms x 72.4 cms x 15.2 cms Note: Donald McKinley was born in 1932, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He studied at Wichita State University, Kansas, and at the New York

Lot 27: DONALD MCKINLEYWALNUT CHEESEBOARD AND BISCUIT BOWL, walnut 6 ins x 28.5 ins x 6 ins; 15.2 cms x 72.4 cms x 15.2 cms Note: Donald McKinley was born in 1932, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He studied at Wichita State University, Kansas, and at the New York

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Description: DONALD MCKINLEYWALNUT CHEESEBOARD AND BISCUIT BOWL, walnut 6 ins x 28.5 ins x 6 ins; 15.2 cms x 72.4 cms x 15.2 cms Note: Donald McKinley was born in 1932, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He studied at Wichita State University, Kansas, and at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. From 1958 to 1962, he worked as Chief Staff Designer at the W.H. Gunlock Chair Company in Wayland, New York, before he continued his studies at the Atheneum Art Museum in Helsinki, Finland, where he was a Fulbright Scholar. In 1964, McKinley received his Master of Industrial Design from Syracuse University, New York, where he continued on as an assistant professor, teaching Three-Dimensional Design. McKinley and his wife, ceramicist, Ruth Gowdy McKinley, came to the new Sheridan College in Oakville, where he established the School of Crafts and Design and directed it for close to thirty years. He taught and inspired some of the leading Canadian furniture designers, including Michael Fortune, Peter Fleming, Paul Pep, Robert Diemert, and John Ireland. McKinley devoted all of his time and energy to teaching, putting in nearly one hundred hour weeks at the school, leaving very little time to complete a growing amount of commissions. McKinley's work was heavily influenced by the teachings of the Bauhaus School, that advocates for the interaction of art, craft, and architecture. McKinley's works, such as his de-agitators, reflected this play between the three, through a solid sense of form and colour, which would "ultimately benefit larger society."

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MASATADA FUNOPINCH BOX, clay; signed on base height 5.75 ins; 14.6 cms, diameter 4.5 ins; 11.4 cms Note: Masatado Funo was born in Seattle, Washington, of Japanese descent. He pursued graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of

Lot 28: MASATADA FUNOPINCH BOX, clay; signed on base height 5.75 ins; 14.6 cms, diameter 4.5 ins; 11.4 cms Note: Masatado Funo was born in Seattle, Washington, of Japanese descent. He pursued graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of

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Description: MASATADA FUNOPINCH BOX, clay; signed on base height 5.75 ins; 14.6 cms, diameter 4.5 ins; 11.4 cms Note: Masatado Funo was born in Seattle, Washington, of Japanese descent. He pursued graduate studies in Clinical Psychology at the University of Chicago in the 1960's. He was interested in the patterns along which human beings develop, which has translated into his artwork, more specifically the patterns of evolutionary history present within the human body. His work always, as life, starts with an egg, from which he produces exquisite forms in the form of small, clay raku boxes and and sculptures, measuring not more than five inches.

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MASATADA FUNOPINCH BOX, clay height 6 ins; 15.2 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

Lot 29: MASATADA FUNOPINCH BOX, clay height 6 ins; 15.2 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

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Description: MASATADA FUNOPINCH BOX, clay height 6 ins; 15.2 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

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MASATADA FUNOUNTITLED, clay height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

Lot 30: MASATADA FUNOUNTITLED, clay height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

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Description: MASATADA FUNOUNTITLED, clay height 5 ins; 12.7 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

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DAVID ZAWADUKJARDINIERE, clay height 20 ins; 50.8 cms, diameter 18 ins; 45.7 cms

Lot 31: DAVID ZAWADUKJARDINIERE, clay height 20 ins; 50.8 cms, diameter 18 ins; 45.7 cms

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Description: DAVID ZAWADUKJARDINIERE, clay height 20 ins; 50.8 cms, diameter 18 ins; 45.7 cms

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MONIQUE CLICHE-SPENARDA COTTON QUILT DEPICTING A QUEBEC LANDSCAPE, cotton quilt; signed, titled, dated 82 on front 96 ins x 94 ins; 243.8 cms x 238.8 cms Note: Monique Cliche-Spénard was born in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec, in 1926. She studied

Lot 32: MONIQUE CLICHE-SPENARDA COTTON QUILT DEPICTING A QUEBEC LANDSCAPE, cotton quilt; signed, titled, dated 82 on front 96 ins x 94 ins; 243.8 cms x 238.8 cms Note: Monique Cliche-Spénard was born in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec, in 1926. She studied

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Description: MONIQUE CLICHE-SPENARDA COTTON QUILT DEPICTING A QUEBEC LANDSCAPE, cotton quilt; signed, titled, dated 82 on front 96 ins x 94 ins; 243.8 cms x 238.8 cms Note: Monique Cliche-Spénard was born in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec, in 1926. She studied oil painting at the School of Arts and Crafts, in Saint-George, Quebec. A descendant of one of the region's 18th century seigneurial families, Cliche-Spénard sought to depict the old ways of her people, the Beaucerons. In the early 1970's, Cliche-Spénard began collecting a variety of antique Beauce textiles, ancestral techniques and traditional motifs of quilting, and constructed her own unique quilts. Cliche-Spénard's works are a bridge between traditional art, which highlights folk art motifs and techniques of the Beauce quilting and popular art, which emphasizes contemporary graphic design. In 1979, she was the recipient of the prestigious Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in her craft.

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RON DAVIDSNAKEWOOD LIDDED CIRCULAR BOX, snakewood; signed height 1.5 ins; 3.8 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms Note: Born in Stetson, British Columbia in 1945, Ron David studied at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in

Lot 33: RON DAVIDSNAKEWOOD LIDDED CIRCULAR BOX, snakewood; signed height 1.5 ins; 3.8 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms Note: Born in Stetson, British Columbia in 1945, Ron David studied at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in

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Description: RON DAVIDSNAKEWOOD LIDDED CIRCULAR BOX, snakewood; signed height 1.5 ins; 3.8 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms Note: Born in Stetson, British Columbia in 1945, Ron David studied at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in 1982. David has shown his wood work in several exhibitions across Canada throughout his career. He lives in Sidney, British Columbia where he owns Terminal Woodworks, producing ornamental woodworks.

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KIRSTIN DONALDSONPEDESTAL TABLE, wood, metal, copper, pipe, asphalt 20 ins x 20 ins x 38 ins; 50.8 cms x 50.8 cms x 96.5 cms

Lot 34: KIRSTIN DONALDSONPEDESTAL TABLE, wood, metal, copper, pipe, asphalt 20 ins x 20 ins x 38 ins; 50.8 cms x 50.8 cms x 96.5 cms

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Description: KIRSTIN DONALDSONPEDESTAL TABLE, wood, metal, copper, pipe, asphalt 20 ins x 20 ins x 38 ins; 50.8 cms x 50.8 cms x 96.5 cms

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LUCIO DE HEUSCH3 BOXES - #64, #14, #11, mixed media; signed, titled, dated 1987 Each 5 ins x 11 ins x 3.5 ins; 12.7 cms x 27.9 cms x 8.9 cms Note: Lucio de Heusch was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec in 1946. He has participated in several solo and group

Lot 35: LUCIO DE HEUSCH3 BOXES - #64, #14, #11, mixed media; signed, titled, dated 1987 Each 5 ins x 11 ins x 3.5 ins; 12.7 cms x 27.9 cms x 8.9 cms Note: Lucio de Heusch was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec in 1946. He has participated in several solo and group

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Description: LUCIO DE HEUSCH3 BOXES - #64, #14, #11, mixed media; signed, titled, dated 1987 Each 5 ins x 11 ins x 3.5 ins; 12.7 cms x 27.9 cms x 8.9 cms Note: Lucio de Heusch was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec in 1946. He has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Canada, the United States, Japan, and Europe. His works are part of important collections in Canada and abroad. De Heusch lives and works in Montreal and the Townships. Recently retired, he pursued a career as an art professor both at University of Ottawa and at l'UQAM

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MIMI CABRI, RCABLUE ONE; YELLOW ONE; WHITE ONE, ceramic; signed Note: Mimi Cabri was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She studied painting and drawing in Johannesburg and in Paris, and immigrated to Canada in the 1960's. It was in Montreal,

Lot 36: MIMI CABRI, RCABLUE ONE; YELLOW ONE; WHITE ONE, ceramic; signed Note: Mimi Cabri was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She studied painting and drawing in Johannesburg and in Paris, and immigrated to Canada in the 1960's. It was in Montreal,

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Description: MIMI CABRI, RCABLUE ONE; YELLOW ONE; WHITE ONE, ceramic; signed Note: Mimi Cabri was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. She studied painting and drawing in Johannesburg and in Paris, and immigrated to Canada in the 1960's. It was in Montreal, Quebec, that the material of clay captivated her when a fellow artist brought her to the Potters Club, now the Visual Arts Center. She realized that it was her experience as a painter that gave an impetus for clay work and sculpture. She began her professional career as a ceramic artist in 1973 since participating in the founding of the Ottawa Potters Guild in 1973. Cabri's early work was in stoneware, with her first solo show at the Flora Street Gallery in the mid 1970s. Cabri's work is found in the collections of the Canadian Museum of Civilisation, the City of Ottawa's Fine Art Collection, The Canada Council Art Bank. She, along with Jill Elder, was the winner or the City of Ottawa's Heritage Champagne Bath Art Renovation, and was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2003. Cabri was commissioned to create portraits on clay of the previous thirty recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Awards for their 30th Awards Ceremony in 2006. These works were on display at the Lafrenière and Pai Gallery in Ottawa. She has also made a series of hand-painted ceramic tile signs for several libraries and learning centers in Ghana.

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MIMI CABRI, RCA4 EARTHENWARE TILES, painted, glazed earthenware; signed on reverse Each 7 ins x 7 ins; 17.8 cms x 17.8 cms

Lot 37: MIMI CABRI, RCA4 EARTHENWARE TILES, painted, glazed earthenware; signed on reverse Each 7 ins x 7 ins; 17.8 cms x 17.8 cms

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Description: MIMI CABRI, RCA4 EARTHENWARE TILES, painted, glazed earthenware; signed on reverse Each 7 ins x 7 ins; 17.8 cms x 17.8 cms

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ALBERT BORCHUNTITLED (3 PIECES), brown stoneware clay; signed, dated 3/87 diameter 12 ins; 30.5 cms Note: Albert Borch was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa in 1933. He received his BFA in Crafts, with distinction in 1955 and his MFA in Ceramics, with high

Lot 38: ALBERT BORCHUNTITLED (3 PIECES), brown stoneware clay; signed, dated 3/87 diameter 12 ins; 30.5 cms Note: Albert Borch was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa in 1933. He received his BFA in Crafts, with distinction in 1955 and his MFA in Ceramics, with high

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Description: ALBERT BORCHUNTITLED (3 PIECES), brown stoneware clay; signed, dated 3/87 diameter 12 ins; 30.5 cms Note: Albert Borch was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa in 1933. He received his BFA in Crafts, with distinction in 1955 and his MFA in Ceramics, with high distinction in 1961 from the California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, California. Borch worked as a teacher at the Scattergood Friends School in Iowa from 1955 to 1959, and moved to Chicago, where he taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, from 1961 to 1968. He was also a visiting professor at the University of Chicago the summers of 1964 and 1965. Borch moved to Calgary, Alberta, where he began teaching in 1968 at the Alberta College of Art and Design, eventually becoming Chairman of the Ceramics Department in 1975. He was awarded Lecturer Emeritus in 1999. Borch also taught bookbinding at several schools throughout his career, including Red Deer College, and the Alberta College of Art and Design. He currently lives with his wife in Kelowna, BC.

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ALBERT BORCHSET OF 4 YELLOW CONTAINER MODULES, extruded slab; artist chop on base 3 ins x 7 ins x 8 ins; 7.6 cms x 17.8 cms x 20.3 cms

Lot 39: ALBERT BORCHSET OF 4 YELLOW CONTAINER MODULES, extruded slab; artist chop on base 3 ins x 7 ins x 8 ins; 7.6 cms x 17.8 cms x 20.3 cms

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Description: ALBERT BORCHSET OF 4 YELLOW CONTAINER MODULES, extruded slab; artist chop on base 3 ins x 7 ins x 8 ins; 7.6 cms x 17.8 cms x 20.3 cms

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RON DAVIDDOGWOOD BURL LIDDED CIRCULAR BOX, dogwood; signed height 1.5 ins; 3.8 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

Lot 40: RON DAVIDDOGWOOD BURL LIDDED CIRCULAR BOX, dogwood; signed height 1.5 ins; 3.8 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

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Description: RON DAVIDDOGWOOD BURL LIDDED CIRCULAR BOX, dogwood; signed height 1.5 ins; 3.8 cms, diameter 4 ins; 10.2 cms

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JAMES DORAN, RCARESPONDING PAR AVION TO LA CARTE POSTALE, mixed media; signed, titled, dated 1988 on base 3.5 ins x 12.5 ins x 13.5 ins; 8.9 cms x 31.8 cms x 34.3 cms Note: James Doran was born in Vancouver, BC in 1952, and moved to Winnipeg,

Lot 41: JAMES DORAN, RCARESPONDING PAR AVION TO LA CARTE POSTALE, mixed media; signed, titled, dated 1988 on base 3.5 ins x 12.5 ins x 13.5 ins; 8.9 cms x 31.8 cms x 34.3 cms Note: James Doran was born in Vancouver, BC in 1952, and moved to Winnipeg,

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Description: JAMES DORAN, RCARESPONDING PAR AVION TO LA CARTE POSTALE, mixed media; signed, titled, dated 1988 on base 3.5 ins x 12.5 ins x 13.5 ins; 8.9 cms x 31.8 cms x 34.3 cms Note: James Doran was born in Vancouver, BC in 1952, and moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1967. He received his B.Sc. from the University of Manitoba (1976) after pursuing studies in computer science, physics and astronomy. Rather than forming a career in the sciences, Doran turned to the arts. He began exhibiting his work in the early 1980's and shortly thereafter started receiving many awards, including Best of Show awards at the Canadian Biennial of Enamel in Laval, Québec. His work has featured in solo and group exhibitions throughout Canada and the US, as well as in Spain, France, Germany and India. Doran also delivered the keynote address at the 1995 International Enamelist Society Conference in Hampton, Virginia. His work is also found in many collections, including the Canada Council Art Bank and the Claridge Collection in Montreal. Doran has also published work on his research in enameling techniques. In 2007, Doran was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy. He currently lives and works in Winnipeg with his wife, ceramic artist Karen Dahl.

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JOHN IKEDAARCHITECTS TEAPOT, clay; signed 6.5 ins x 7 ins x 6.5 ins; 16.5 cms x 17.8 cms x 16.5 cms Note: John Ikeda was born in Lethbridge, Alberta 1948, of Japanese-Canadian origin. Early childhood memories were of menial labor on the sugar beet

Lot 42: JOHN IKEDAARCHITECTS TEAPOT, clay; signed 6.5 ins x 7 ins x 6.5 ins; 16.5 cms x 17.8 cms x 16.5 cms Note: John Ikeda was born in Lethbridge, Alberta 1948, of Japanese-Canadian origin. Early childhood memories were of menial labor on the sugar beet

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Description: JOHN IKEDAARCHITECTS TEAPOT, clay; signed 6.5 ins x 7 ins x 6.5 ins; 16.5 cms x 17.8 cms x 16.5 cms Note: John Ikeda was born in Lethbridge, Alberta 1948, of Japanese-Canadian origin. Early childhood memories were of menial labor on the sugar beet fields of southern Alberta, and racial prejudice, the consequences of internment and displacement after the incarceration of Japanese Canadians during the Second World War. Ikeda received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, in 1971, and went on to pioneer the emergence of the studio art pottery practice of the 1970's. 1996 'Best Ceramics', Royal Doulton Ceramics Award,Ikeda has participated in solo and group exhibitions across Canada since 1970 and is the recipient of several awards, including the Gold Medal at 32nd Annual International Exhibition of Ceramics, in Faenza, Italy in 1974. His work is also part of major collections in Canada, France, Italy and Taiwan. Ikeda moved to St. Bernardin, Ontario, in 1978 where he set up his rural studio and residence.

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DENYS JAMESWINDOW HEAD, clay 13 ins x 11 ins x 11 ins; 33 cms x 27.9 cms x 27.9 cms Note: Denys James was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1943. He received his Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia in 1968 and attended a

Lot 43: DENYS JAMESWINDOW HEAD, clay 13 ins x 11 ins x 11 ins; 33 cms x 27.9 cms x 27.9 cms Note: Denys James was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1943. He received his Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia in 1968 and attended a

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Description: DENYS JAMESWINDOW HEAD, clay 13 ins x 11 ins x 11 ins; 33 cms x 27.9 cms x 27.9 cms Note: Denys James was born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1943. He received his Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia in 1968 and attended a two-year program in Ceramics at The Banff Center School of Fine Arts in 1976. James worked as an assistant in the Ceramics department at the Banff Center until 17. He went on to teach at various schools, including the Okanagan University College (1982-1984, 1986-1991), the Alberta College of Art and Design (1982-1984) and the Victoria College of Art (1991-1998).James has exhibited since 1978 across Canada, the United States, Mexico, England and Turkey, and his work is included in public and private collections in Canada, the United States and Turkey. He was a member of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, the Craftsmen's Association of British Columbia, and the British Columbia Potters' Guild. In 1996, James launched Discovery Art Travel, and has organized and led more than 20 ceramic art and language learning vacation excursions to such destinations as Istanbul and Cappadocia, Turkey; Tuscany in Italy; San Miguel de Allede and Oaxaca in Mexico; Laos and Thailand. When not traveling, James lives on Salt Spring Island, BC.

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FRED MOULDINGGRAIN WAGON; TRAVOIS (2 PIECES), painted wood; painted wood 10.5 ins x 6.5 ins x 32 ins; 26.7 cms x 16.5 cms x 81.3 cms; 6.5 ins x 5.5 ins x 13 ins; 16.5 cms x 14 cms x 33 cms Note: Fred Moulding was born in 1894 in Yorkshire, England.

Lot 44: FRED MOULDINGGRAIN WAGON; TRAVOIS (2 PIECES), painted wood; painted wood 10.5 ins x 6.5 ins x 32 ins; 26.7 cms x 16.5 cms x 81.3 cms; 6.5 ins x 5.5 ins x 13 ins; 16.5 cms x 14 cms x 33 cms Note: Fred Moulding was born in 1894 in Yorkshire, England.

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Description: FRED MOULDINGGRAIN WAGON; TRAVOIS (2 PIECES), painted wood; painted wood 10.5 ins x 6.5 ins x 32 ins; 26.7 cms x 16.5 cms x 81.3 cms; 6.5 ins x 5.5 ins x 13 ins; 16.5 cms x 14 cms x 33 cms Note: Fred Moulding was born in 1894 in Yorkshire, England. He immigrated to Canada in 1912, settling near Regina, Saskatchewan. Moulding struggled to raise a family as a farmer through the Depression, and it was not until in his sixties that he began carving wood. A self-taught carver, Moulding's work reflected depicted rural life in Saskatchewan, carving grain wagons, ploughs, butchering equipment, and animals frequently seen in the region. He hoped to leave a legacy of his life for future generations. Moulding exhibited his work throughout Saskatchewan, including the Susan Whitney Gallery and the Dunlop Gallery in Regina, and the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon. His work is part of several private collections, as well as the collections of the Canada Council Art Bank in Ottawa and the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull, Quebec.

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KAYO O'YOUNGLARGE JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed height 9 ins; 22.9 cms, diameter 10 ins; 25.4 cms Note: Kayo O'Young was born in Canton, China in 1950 and immigrated to Canada in 1965. He attended Central Technical School in Toronto from 1970 to

Lot 45: KAYO O'YOUNGLARGE JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed height 9 ins; 22.9 cms, diameter 10 ins; 25.4 cms Note: Kayo O'Young was born in Canton, China in 1950 and immigrated to Canada in 1965. He attended Central Technical School in Toronto from 1970 to

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Description: KAYO O'YOUNGLARGE JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed height 9 ins; 22.9 cms, diameter 10 ins; 25.4 cms Note: Kayo O'Young was born in Canton, China in 1950 and immigrated to Canada in 1965. He attended Central Technical School in Toronto from 1970 to 1973. He began potting at the age of five under the tutelage of his parents and grandparents who were potters. He describes himself as a self-taught artist, yet his work is found in some of the most prestigious museums, galleries and collections across the world. O'Young's pieces are one-of-a kind, the style is detailed yet minimalist, quiet yet inviting. Kayo O'Young is recognized as one of Canada's finest porcelain potters. In the industry, he is known as "a potter's potter," the highest acclaim, and he serves as both teacher and inspiration to numerous potters.O'Young has taught at various schools in Toronto and Montreal, and hosted workshops and seminars at the Ontario College of Art, Mohawk College of Applied Art and the University of Waterloo. His work has also been featured in the films The Hand and the Spirit (TV Ontario, 1992), and Playing with the Fire (CBC Arts and Entertainment, 1993). O'Young lives in Kleinburg, Ontario.

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KAYO O'YOUNGCOVERED JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed, dated 87 on base height 13.75 ins; 34.9 cms, diameter 13 ins; 33 cms

Lot 46: KAYO O'YOUNGCOVERED JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed, dated 87 on base height 13.75 ins; 34.9 cms, diameter 13 ins; 33 cms

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Description: KAYO O'YOUNGCOVERED JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed, dated 87 on base height 13.75 ins; 34.9 cms, diameter 13 ins; 33 cms

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KAYO O'YOUNGCOVERED JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed, dated 87 on base height 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms, diameter 9 ins; 22.9 cms

Lot 47: KAYO O'YOUNGCOVERED JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed, dated 87 on base height 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms, diameter 9 ins; 22.9 cms

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Description: KAYO O'YOUNGCOVERED JAR, porcelain, glazes; signed, dated 87 on base height 8.5 ins; 21.6 cms, diameter 9 ins; 22.9 cms

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GREG PAYCETEAPOT, earthenware, terra siggilatta, textured glaze; signed, dated 93 9.5 ins x 10 ins x 7 ins; 24.1 cms x 25.4 cms x 17.8 cms Note: Greg Payce was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1956. He received his Bachelor of Arts, with a minor in

Lot 48: GREG PAYCETEAPOT, earthenware, terra siggilatta, textured glaze; signed, dated 93 9.5 ins x 10 ins x 7 ins; 24.1 cms x 25.4 cms x 17.8 cms Note: Greg Payce was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1956. He received his Bachelor of Arts, with a minor in

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Description: GREG PAYCETEAPOT, earthenware, terra siggilatta, textured glaze; signed, dated 93 9.5 ins x 10 ins x 7 ins; 24.1 cms x 25.4 cms x 17.8 cms Note: Greg Payce was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1956. He received his Bachelor of Arts, with a minor in Anthropology, from the University of Alberta in 1977, and his Master of Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1987. Payce has been Head of Ceramics at the Alberta College of Art and Design since 1989. Payce worked with more traditional vessel forms at the start of his career, inspired by ancient pottery from Crete (Octopus Vase, 1992). In the 2000's he began to explore the negative space between pottery forms to created images (Al Barelli, 2002).Starting in 2007, Payce began to create large-scale lenticular photographs of major pieces, opening new possibilities for seeing and experiencing the original works (The Customs and the Spirit of the Nations: Occident, 2011). He also began to work with video projections onto moving works, creating mesmerizing sequences that relate decorative motifs found around the globe to contemporary ceramics practice (Albedo Lux: Europa, 2009).Most recently, Payce's work was featured in the 2012 solo exhibition, Illusions, at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto. His work is included in numerous public and private collections, including the Claridge Collection in Montreal, the Gardiner Museum in Toronto, and the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec. He has also given numerous lectures workshops and presentations both in Canada and internationally. He is also the 2013 recipient of the Saidye Bronfman Award now part of the Governor General's Award in Visual Arts and Media. Payce lives and works in Calgary, Alberta.

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ANDRE PETTERSONPAINT BOX - SCULPTURE, mixed media 46 ins x 26 ins x 26 ins; 116.8 cms x 66 cms x 66 cms Note: Andre Petterson was born in Rotterdam, Holland, in 1951, and moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at the age of three. He became seriously

Lot 49: ANDRE PETTERSONPAINT BOX - SCULPTURE, mixed media 46 ins x 26 ins x 26 ins; 116.8 cms x 66 cms x 66 cms Note: Andre Petterson was born in Rotterdam, Holland, in 1951, and moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at the age of three. He became seriously

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Description: ANDRE PETTERSONPAINT BOX - SCULPTURE, mixed media 46 ins x 26 ins x 26 ins; 116.8 cms x 66 cms x 66 cms Note: Andre Petterson was born in Rotterdam, Holland, in 1951, and moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at the age of three. He became seriously interested in art in his late teens and was encouraged to follow this path by the Dean of Art at the University of Saskatchewan. He moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, in 1970 and since then has had over 50 international solo shows, exhibiting across the spectrum of art media, including painting, photography, photo-based works, and steel sculpture. He has also explored performance art, film, and kinetic work involving his own musical compositions, set design and choreography. His current photo-based work explores themes of lighting to create elements of mystery, where the integration of movement and fabric are analogous to brushstrokes. Petterson was the recipient of the National Film Board of Canada Award in 1986. Petterson lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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DON PROCHBUILDING WITH A VIEW, mix media 16 ins x 17 ins x 13 ins; 40.6 cms x 43.2 cms x 33 cms Note: Don Proch was born in Hamilton, Manitoba in 1944 His family moved to Inglis, Manitoba, in 1952 to run a local hotel. He studied Fine Arts at the

Lot 50: DON PROCHBUILDING WITH A VIEW, mix media 16 ins x 17 ins x 13 ins; 40.6 cms x 43.2 cms x 33 cms Note: Don Proch was born in Hamilton, Manitoba in 1944 His family moved to Inglis, Manitoba, in 1952 to run a local hotel. He studied Fine Arts at the

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Description: DON PROCHBUILDING WITH A VIEW, mix media 16 ins x 17 ins x 13 ins; 40.6 cms x 43.2 cms x 33 cms Note: Don Proch was born in Hamilton, Manitoba in 1944 His family moved to Inglis, Manitoba, in 1952 to run a local hotel. He studied Fine Arts at the School of Art at the University of Manitoba, graduating in 1966 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Education. He painted for one year and taught art in a high school from 1967 to 1970. During that time, he became interested in three-dimensional surfaces, his subjects derived from his rural experiences, his strong Ukrainian heritage and prairie culture.1970 was a pivotal year for Proch's artistic career. He submitted his first three-dimensional drawing to the Winnipeg Biennial entitled Asessippi Tread , a multi-media assemblage representing a boy crouched low on a bicycle, for which he won a Purchase award. Shortly thereafter he formed the Opthalmia Company of Ingress, comprised of relatives, artists and friends which, in this collective setting, allowed Proch to conceive original ideas while benefiting from the input of other members; his first endeavours were based almost solely on his rural background in Asessippi, Manitoba. In 1972, Proch had his first solo exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, entitled The Legend of Asessippi. The show was entirely original, as conceptually brilliant as it was visually taxing. Proch held eight more exhibits at the WAG between 1972 and 1997. In 1976 Proch's work was chosen for showing at Place Bonaventure in Montreal for the all-Canadian Olympic show. In 1977 he completed a mural for the Winnipeg Convention Centre measuring 8 ft. by 12 ft. of a prairie scene, half of which was fashioned in chromed steel.

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