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A National Time Recorder Company clocking-in machi

Lot 625: A National Time Recorder Company clocking-in machi

by Piers Motley Auctions

April 27, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Exmouth, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £50 - £80

Description: A National Time Recorder Company clocking-in machine

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A National Time Recorder Company clock-in machine

Lot 626: A National Time Recorder Company clock-in machine

by Piers Motley Auctions

April 27, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

Exmouth, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £60 - £100

Description: A National Time Recorder Company clock-in machine

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William Walcot (1874-1943). Westminster, National

Lot 243: William Walcot (1874-1943). Westminster, National

by Golding Young & Mawer

April 22, 2015, 7:00 PM GMT

Lincoln, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £100 - £200

Description: William Walcot (1874-1943). Westminster, National Gallery, two artist signed etchings, 18cm x 31cm

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Waterbury Traveling Clock/Case

Lot 416: Waterbury Traveling Clock/Case

by Woodbury Auction LLC

April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Waterbury traveling clock with Speck one day time movement. 2 1/2" high, 2" wide. Condition: slight oxidation to finish. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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MATTHIAS OSTERMANN (1951 - 2009), BIRD THIEF, 25.75

Lot 167: MATTHIAS OSTERMANN (1951 - 2009), BIRD THIEF, 25.75" x 7" x 4.75" - 65.4 x 17.8 x 12.1 cm.

by Waddington's

April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD400 - CAD600

Description: MATTHIAS OSTERMANN (1951 - 2009) BIRD THIEF earthenware, 25.75" x 7" x 4.75" -- 65.4 x 17.8 x 12.1 cm., signed in white paint Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection MATTHIAS OSTERMANN (1951 - 2009) Matthias Ostermann was born in Wangen, Germay in 1950 and immigrated with his mother to Canada in 1953. In his late teems, he was introduced to pottery by Isolde Rest, sparking a life-long passion and career in the ceramic arts. Ostermann was known for his maiolica pottery and knowledge of the field. He wrote three well-received books, The Ceramic Surface, The New Maiolica: Contemporary Approaches to Color and Technique and The Ceramic Narrative; and countless magazine articles about ceramics. At the peak of his career he lectured and exhibited throughout the world. His pottery is in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Musee National des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, the Royal Ontario Museum and many private collections. Ostermann's final exhibition, Boats of Passage, was held in 2008 at Prime Gallery in Ontario. Ostermann passed away in 2009. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Baden-Wurtenbergisches Landesmuseum, Germany Canadian Clay and Glass Museum, Waterloo, ON Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec Royal Ontario Museum Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England Selected Solo Exhibitions 2009 Boats of Passage, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON 1984 Interaction, Galerie d'Expressions Céramiques, Montreal, QC 1983, 1981 Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON 1980 Fireworks Gallery, Halifax, NS Selected Group Exhibitions 1986 Gallery Barbara Silverberg, Montreal, QC 1985 Glendon Gallery, Toronto, ON Shelley Tadman Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 1984 Ree Schonlau Gallery, Omaha, Nebraska Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON 1983 Gallery House Sol, Georgetown, ON 1982 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1980 Ontario Potters Association Shop, Toronto, ON Selected Awards 2010 Honorary Member (posthumous), National Council for the Education of Ceramic Arts

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DAVID BLACKWOOD (1941 - ), AUTOBIOGRAPHY: FACES, STEEL ENGRAVING; SIGNED, DATED 1969, TITLED AND  INSCRIBED 7/25, 22

Lot 351: DAVID BLACKWOOD (1941 - ), AUTOBIOGRAPHY: FACES, STEEL ENGRAVING; SIGNED, DATED 1969, TITLED AND INSCRIBED 7/25, 22" x 32" - 55.9 x 81.3 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 7:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD1,000 - CAD1,500

Description: DAVID BLACKWOOD (1941 - )AUTOBIOGRAPHY: FACESSTEEL ENGRAVING; SIGNED, DATED 1969, TITLED AND INSCRIBED 7/2522" x 32" - 55.9 x 81.3 cm.Provenance:The Cemp Collection, Montreal, QCNote:DAVID BLACKWOOD (1941 - )"While talent and hard work might prove sufficient to get you through art school, survival as an artist in our contemporary world demands much more. To produce anything of lasting value requires a strong belief and love for what you do, and great patience. Establishing ones identity as a serious artist takes time, and then it requires fortitude to maintain that identity with any kind of integrity."- David Blackwood -David Blackwood is one of Canadas best printmakers. His intaglio prints, rendered in black and indigo, most often depict dramatic historical scenes of Newfoundland outport life and industry. David Blackwood was born in 1941 in the outport community of Wesleyville, Newfoundland, to a family with a long seafaring history. In 1956, at the age of fifteen, he opened his own studio, producing award-winning artwork. Recognized as an artistic prodigy, he was awarded a Government of Newfoundland Centennial scholarship to study at the ON College of Art , in Toronto in 1959. Blackwood graduated with honors in 1963, and received several awards, including a traveling scholarship to visit major museums and galleries in United States. By the age of twenty-three, one of his etchings had been purchased by the National Gallery of Canada. Blackwood remained in ON for several years. He became Art Master at Trinity College School, Port Hope, ON one day per week, which allowed him to teach and continue studio work. It was during this period that Blackwood developed one of the largest thematically linked series of prints in Canadian history,The Lost Party, which focussed on the S.S. Newfoundland sealing disaster of 1914. Blackwood also was involved with establishing an art gallery at Erindale College, an affiliate of the University of Toronto. In 1992 the Blackwood Gallery, named in his honour, was officially opened at the Erindale campus, now known as The University of Toronto in Mississauga. In 1969, he was appointed the first Artist-in-Residence at Erindale College, a position which he held until 1975. In 1974, the National Film Board of Canada produced the documentary Blackwood, which won 10 international awards, and was nominated by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences (Oscar) in1976 for Best documentary.Blackwood has extensively exhibited his work both internationally as well as throughout Newfoundland and Canada. In addition to being part of the Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labradors Permanent Collection, Blackwoods art is included in various private and public collections such as the National Gallery of Canada; the National Gallery of Australia; Uffizi, Florence, Italy; and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Blackwood was awarded the Order of Canada in 1993, in recognition of his ongoing and important contributions to the cultural life and heritage of our country. The Art Gallery of ON acquired a major collection of Blackwood prints in 2000 and created a Blackwood Research Center within the Marvin Gelber Print and Drawing Center. In 2003, Blackwood was awarded the Order of ON, as well as named Honorary Chairman of the Art Gallery of ON, a first for a practicing artist.David Blackwood has retired from teaching and currently lives in Port Hope, ON, while maintaining a studio in Wesleyville, Newfoundland.Selected Private and Corporate CollectionsAmerican Anaconda BrassArt Gallery of AgleamArt Gallery of Newfoundland & LabradorArt Gallery of Nova ScotiaArt Gallery of ONArt Gallery of PeterboroughBank of CanadaBank of MontréalBank of Nova ScotiaBeaverbrook Art GalleryBenson & HedgesBlackwood Gallery, University of TorontoBrantford Art GalleryBurnaby Art GalleryClaridge Collection, Montreal, QCCanada Council CollectionCanada TrustCanadian High Commission, LondonCanadian PacificChase Manhattan BankCiticorp - First National BankConfederation Art GalleryDupont CanadaEdmonton Art GalleryErnst & YoungFidelity InvestmentsFinex Capital CorporationGovernment of Canada - External AffairsGovernment of Newfoundland & LabradorGovernment of ONGulf OilHamilton Art GalleryHart House, University of TorontoHer Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II (Windsor Castle)Horizon HolidaysHumber CollegeImperial OilJonathans of OakvilleKaiser ResourcesLabatts LimitedLambton Art GalleryLaurentian UniversityLe Banque National du CanadaLondon Regional Art GalleryMacDonald Stewart CollectionMcGill UniversityMcMaster University Art GalleryMemorial University Art GalleryMontréal Museum of Fine ArtsNational Capital Commission: Canadiana FundNational Gallery of AustraliaNational Gallery of CanadaNew Brunswick MuseumNorcen Energy ResourcesNorthumberland Art GalleryON Institute for Studies in EducationON Ministry of EducationOregon State University, The Cornvallis CollectionPetro CanadaPrinceton University, Princeton, New JerseyQueens University, The Agnes Etherington GalleryRothmansRoyal Bank of CanadaShell CanadaSimon Fraser University, VancouverSir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Corner Brook, NLSNC LavalinSpelling ProductionsSt. Marys University, HalifaxTeleglobe CanadaTempleton ManagementThe Uffizi, Florence, ItalyToronto-Dominion BankTrent UniversityTurner BroadcastingUniversity of AlbertaUniversity of British Columbia: Belkin GalleryUniversity of Calgary: Nickel MuseumUniversity of MaineUniversity of SaskatchewanUniversity of TorontoUniversity of Western ON: MacIntosh GalleryUniversity of WindsorVancouver Art GalleryWilliam Mercer Ltd.Winnipeg Art GalleryYork-Finch HospitalSelected Solo Exhibitions2013David Blackwood: Works on Paper - Etchings, Mixed Media & Watercolors, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC2012Black Ice and Back in the Day, The Rooms, St. Johns, NFL 2011Black Ice, Art Gallery of ON, Toronto, ON - David Blackwoods Black Ice Exhibition at the AGO 2010Illumination: Ephraim Kelloways Door, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2009Recent Watercolours(Interiors and Landscapes), Winchester Gallery, Victoria, British Columbia2008 A Form of Meditation, New Watercolours, Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns, NFL2007Recent Etchings and Related Works, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ONRecent Watercolours, (Interiors and Landscapes), Winchester Gallery, (Oak Bay), Victoria, BC2006Near and Far, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2005 Flowers for Shiromani, Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns, Newfoundland The Seabird Hunters, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ONOutport Relics and Related Works, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2004Down on the Labrador, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON Winchester Gallery, Victoria, BC2003The Mummers Veil, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON Drawings to Etchings, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ONGo Figure, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON Water, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2002Explorations and Discoveries: The International Code, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON Fire Down on the Labrador: The Creative Process, Art Gallery of ONBragg's Island Revisited Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2001 The International Code, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2000 Visits and Discoveries Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ONImportant Early Etchings, Gallery One, Toronto, ONThe David Blackwood Exhibition, The Marine Museum of the Great Lakes, Kingston, ONDavid Blackwood: Signal Flags, Edward Day Gallery, Kingston, ON1999 Monotypes 1990-1999, The Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns, NewfoundlandA Survey of Prints 1990-1999, Gallery One, Toronto, ONDavid Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, organized by the Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto at Mississauga and circulated to: The Montréal Museum of Fine Arts; The Library and Gallery, Cambridge, ON; The Varley Art Gallery, Unionville, ON; The Art Gallery of Lambton, Sarnia.1998 Recent Oil Tempera Paintings & Related Works on Paper, Abbess Gallery, Oakville, ONThe West End Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta and Victoria, B.C.Oil Tempera Paintings, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.The International Code, Gallery One, Toronto, ONDavid Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, circulated to: The Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe, PQ;The National Exhibition Centre & Museum, Timmins, ON; the Maclaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON1997 Oil Tempera Paintings, The Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns, NewfoundlandDavid Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, circulated to: Moose Jaw Art Museum & National Exhibition Centre; Swift Current National Exhibition Centre; The Art Gallery of Peterborough; The Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan1996 Outport Relics:Recent Oil Tempera Paintings & Related Works on Paper, Gallery One, Toronto, ONBlackwood in Calgary: A Broader View, Selections from Private Collections, Nickel Arts Museum, CalgaryDavid Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, circulated to the Kelowna, Art Museum, Kelowna, B.C.;The Nickel Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta; Prairie Art Gallery, Grande Prairie, Alberta; Kamloops Art Gallery, B.C.; Langley Centennial Museum, Fort Langley, B.C.; Medicine Hat Museum & Art Gallery, Medicine Hat, Alberta1995 Fishing Tales: The Art of David Blackwood, West End Gallery, EdmontonGadus Morhua: Recent Oil Tempera Paintings, Gallery One, Toronto, OntPaintings & Related Works on Paper, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, B.CIcons, Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns Newfoundland1995 David Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, circulated to:Thunder Bay Art Gallery; Grimsby Public Art Gallery; Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catharines; Lynwood Arts Centre, Simcoe; The Gallery, Stratford1994 David Blackwood - Oil Tempera Paintings, West End Gallery, Edmonton, Alta.David Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, circulated to: The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Charlottetown; Sir Wilfred Grenfell Art Gallery, Cornerbrook, Nfld; The Station Gallery, Whitby, Ont; The Art Gallery of Northumberland, Cobourg; Laurentian University & Art Centre, Sudbury1993New Prints and Related Drawings, Gallery One, Toronto, ONDavid Blackwood Survey Exhibition 1980-1990, circulated to: L'Universite de Moncton Galerie d'Art, Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery; Memorial University Art Gallery, St. Johns, NFL1991New Monotypes, Gallery One, Toronto, Ont. November 9 - December 5Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.1990 The Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns, NFLEphraim Kelloways Door Paintings 1985-1990, Gallery One, Toronto, ON, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.West End Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.1989 Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.West End Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.1988 David Blackwood Monotypes, Gallery One, Toronto, ON1987 Monotypes, The Emma Butler Gallery, St. Johns, NFLThe Madison Gallery, (Monotypes), Toronto, ONWest End Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta. David Blackwood Prints1962-1984, Travelling exhibition organized by the Art Gallery, Memorial University of Newfoundland & The Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault St. Marie,ON, circulated to: The Edmonton Art Gallery , The Koffler Centre, Toronto1986 The Spurrell Gallery, St. Johns, NFLThe Madison Gallery (watercolours), Toronto, ONDavid Blackwood Prints 1962-1984, circulated to Memorial University Art Gallery, St. Johns; Zuider Zee Museum, Amsterdam; Canada Cultural Centre, Paris; Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, UK1985 Madison Gallery, Toronto, ONMasters Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.Gallery Guilia, RomeDavid Blackwood Prints1962-1984; circulated to Confederation Art Gallery, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Canada House, London, UK, Sir Wilfred Grenfell Art Gallery, Cornerbrook, Nfld; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax.1984 Cape Freels Art Council, Wesleyville, NFLDavid Blackwood Prints 1962-1984, Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie1983 Prints: A Retrospective 1965-1983, Gallery Quan, TorontoMasters Gallery, Calgary, AlbertaLabrador City Arts Council, Labrador City, Labrador1982 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONRobertson Gallery, Ottawa, ON1981 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONWest End Gallery, Edmonton, AlbertaDavid Blackwood: Prints, Survey travelling exhibition of 30 prints organized and circulated by The Art Gallery of ON, circulated to Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, B.C.; Burnaby Art Gallery, B.C.; Canadian Consulate Art Gallery, Boston, MaineDavid Blackwood: Prints The University of Maine at Orono, Maine1979 Gallery Graphics, Ottawa, ONGallery Royale, Vancouver, B.C.West End Gallery, Edmonton1978 Gallery Pascal, Toronto,ONDavid Blackwood: Prints circulated to Whitby Art Gallery, ON; Memorial University Art Gallery, St. Johns, NFL1977 Gallery 1640, Montréal, PQDavid Blackwood: Prints, circulated to the Art Centre, Laurentian University, Sudbury; Art Gallery of Peterborough1976 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ON1975 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONGallery 1640, Montréal, PQ1974 Fleet Gallery, Winnipeg, ManitobaDavid Blackwood: Prints New Brunswick Museum, St. John, NB1973 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONWells Gallery, Ottawa1972 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONGallery 1640, Montréal, PQDamkjar Burton Gallery, Hamilton, ONFleet Gallery, Winnipeg, ManitobaWarwick Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.David Blackwood: Prints, McKenzie Art Gallery, Trent University, Peterborough1971 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONDamkjar Burton Gallery, Hamilton, ONWells Gallery, Ottawa, ONConfederation Art Gallery, Charlottetown, P.E.I.MacIntosh Art Gallery, University of Western ON, London, ON1970 New Brunswick Museum, St. John, NBUniversity of New Brunswick Art Gallery, Fredericton, NBSt. Marys University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia1969 Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ONWells Gallery, Ottawa, ONMount Allison University Art Gallery, Sackville, NBErindale College, University of Toronto, Mississauga, ON1968 University of Alberta Art Gallery, Calgary, AlbertaArt Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.1967 Trinity College School, Port Hope,ONMemorial University Art Gallery, St. Johns, NewfoundlandMcMaster University Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON1965 Brantford Art Gallery, Brantford, ONSelected Group Exhibitions2007 The Architecture Show, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ONFlowers That Last, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON2005 A Sense of Place, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ONToronto International Art Fair, Toronto, ON2003 Go Figure, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON10th Anniversary Exhibition, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ONWater, Abbozzo Gallery, Oakville, ON1982 Canadian Contemporary Prints, Bronx Museum, NewYork City, N.Y.1981 People, University of New Brunswick Art Centre, Fredericton, NB1978 The Expressionist Image, Mount St. Vincent University, Halifax, N.S.1976 Atlantic Graphics, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Charlottetown, P.E.I.1975 50th Annual Society of Canadian Painters in Watercolour, Art Gallery of ON,1974 Homage to Kathleen Fenwick, Gallery Pascal, Toronto, ON1973 Biennial International De Lestampe, Paris, France1973 Aspects of Canadian Graphics, Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto, ON1971 International Graphics 71, Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, Montréal, PQFirst International Biennial Prints1970 Royal Canadian Academy of Arts Annual Exhibition1969 Canadian Graphics 69, Art Gallery of ON, Toronto, ONThree Canadian Printmakers: Blackwood, Frankel, Pachter, Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, Montréal, PQ1968 Ninth Annual Calgary Graphics1967 Canadian Watercolour Painting, Art Gallery of ON, Toronto, ONThe Centennial Exhibition for Australia and New Zealand, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ONAtlantic Pavilion, Expo 67, Montréal, PQExhibition of Canadian Art: Works from the National Gallery of Canada, Expo 671966 Biennial of Canadian Prints, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON1965 Annual Exhibition, Royal Canadian Academy of ArtsThree Canadian Printmakers: Blackwood, Frankel, Pachter, Sarnia Art Gallery1964 Biennial of Canadian Prints, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ONSelected Awards2003 Awared the Order of ON in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the cultural life of the Province. 1993 Awarded Heritage Award, Canadian Parks Service, Government of Canada1993 Awarded the Order of Canada in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the artistic and cultural life of Canada 1992 Awarded Honorary Degree, Doctor of Laws, University of CalgaryAwarded Honorary Degree, Doctor of Letters, Memorial University1964 Purchase Award Biennial Exhibition, National Gallery of Canada1963 Awarded OCA traveling scholarship to study major collections in the U.S.A.Awarded Government of France (Ingres) Medal1959 Awarded Government of Newfoundland Centennial ScholarshipSelected Linksdavidblackwood.comDavid Blackwood VideoDavid Blackwood CBC NewsRex Murphy and David Blackwood in Conversation

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Nicholas,

Lot 1247: Nicholas, "Above the Lake," O/C

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April 26, 2015, 10:00 AM EST

Beverly, MA, USA

Estimated Price: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Tom Nicholas (American, b. 1943), "Above the Lake," scene of Glacier National Park, oil on canvas, signed lower left, with gallery label verso, in hand carved gold leaf frame, 8 1/2" h x 11 1/2" w (view), 16" h x 18 1/2" w (frame). Provenance: From a Massachusetts collection.

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., VASE, height 11.25

Lot 22: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., VASE, height 11.25" - 28.6 cm., diameter 5" - 12.7 cm.

by Waddington's

April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD100 - CAD200

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. VASE raku, two small chips to base, height 11.25" -- 28.6 cm., diameter 5" -- 12.7 cm., impressed seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., SLAB LANDSCAPE BOTTLE - 1978 - KAMLOOPS SERIES, 16

Lot 21: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., SLAB LANDSCAPE BOTTLE - 1978 - KAMLOOPS SERIES, 16" x 9.75" x 3.75" - 40.6 x 24.8 x 9.5 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD500 - CAD800

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. SLAB LANDSCAPE BOTTLE - 1978 - KAMLOOPS SERIES porcelain, 16" x 9.75" x 3.75" -- 40.6 x 24.8 x 9.5 cm., impressed signature and seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., LARGE PLATE, height 2.5

Lot 23: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., LARGE PLATE, height 2.5" - 6.4 cm., diameter 17" - 43.2 cm.

by Waddington's

April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD300 - CAD400

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. LARGE PLATE porcelain, height 2.5" -- 6.4 cm., diameter 17" -- 43.2 cm., impressed signature and seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., LARGE SLAB LANDSCAPE BOTTLE - 1978 - KAMLOOPS SIRES, 19

Lot 24: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., LARGE SLAB LANDSCAPE BOTTLE - 1978 - KAMLOOPS SIRES, 19" x 13.5" x 4.5" - 48.3 x 34.3 x 11.4 cm.

by Waddington's

April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD500 - CAD800

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. LARGE SLAB LANDSCAPE BOTTLE - 1978 - KAMLOOPS SIRES porcelain, 19" x 13.5" x 4.5" -- 48.3 x 34.3 x 11.4 cm., impressed signature and seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., LARGE TRIFOOT PLATE, height 3.5

Lot 25: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., LARGE TRIFOOT PLATE, height 3.5" - 8.9 cm., diameter 14.25" - 36.2 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD400 - CAD600

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. LARGE TRIFOOT PLATE porcelain, height 3.5" -- 8.9 cm., diameter 14.25" -- 36.2 cm., impressed signature and seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., PLATE - 1987 - BLACK, WHITE AND RED SERIES #2, height 2

Lot 26: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., PLATE - 1987 - BLACK, WHITE AND RED SERIES #2, height 2" - 5.1 cm., diameter 13.5" - 34.3 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD400 - CAD600

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. PLATE - 1987 - BLACK, WHITE AND RED SERIES #2 porcelain, height 2" -- 5.1 cm., diameter 13.5" -- 34.3 cm., impressed signature and seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., BOWL - 1987 - BLACK, WHITE AND RED SERIES #2, 4

Lot 27: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A., BOWL - 1987 - BLACK, WHITE AND RED SERIES #2, 4" x 4.75" x 4.75" - 10.2 x 12.1 x 12.1 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD120 - CAD180

Description: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. BOWL - 1987 - BLACK, WHITE AND RED SERIES #2 porcelain, 4" x 4.75" x 4.75" -- 10.2 x 12.1 x 12.1 cm., impressed signature and seal mark Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBIN HOPPER (1939 - ), R.C.A. "I feel very Canadian, even though I was born in England. My work is totally Canadian." - Robin Hopper - Victoria-based Robin Hopper is an internationally known potter, teacher, author, consultant, arts activist and garden designer. 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, British Columbia in 1977, and set up Chosin Pottery, a studio-business which he runs 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. Hopper lives in Metchosin, BC. Selected Public and Private Collections Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC Coburg Art Gallery, Coburg, ON Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI Gallery of the New Brunswick Craft School, Fredericton, NB Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC Malaspina Gallery, Nanaimo, BC McMaster Art Gallery, Hamilton, ON Mount St Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, NS Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John's, NFL Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Peterborough Art Gallery, ON Swift Current Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK Thunder Bay Art Gallery, ON University of Victoria, BC Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC Selected Solo Exhibitions 1998 Transformation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1992 Appalachiana Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland 1991 Museum of San Angelo, San Angelo, Texas 1989 Dade County Community College Gallery, Miami, Florida 1989 Masters of the Crafts, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec 1987 - 1989 Ceramic Explorations: 1957 -1987, Koffler Gallery, 1987: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria,1988; Madrona Centre, Nanaimo, BC 1988; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba, 1989: Prince George Art Gallery, BC, 1989. 1987 Galerie Alcan, Metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec 1986 Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1984 Out of Hand Gallery, Victoria, BC 1983 The Ceramic Spectrum, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 1981 Explorations within a Classical Theme, Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, and Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, Quebec Lonsdale Gallery, Lonsdale St. North Vancouver, BC 1980 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 1979 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC 1978 Rubaiyat Gallery, Calgary 1977, 1976, 1973 Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Dundas St.1973, 1976 1975 Galerie House of Ceramics, Hamilton Street, Vancouver, BC Canadian Guild of Crafts (Quebec), Montreal 1974 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1973 Petteplace Gallery, Hamilton, ON 1970 Canadian Guild of Potters Gallery, Avenue Road 1969 Elliot Lake Centre, Ontario. 1967 Solo Exhibition, Burford, England. Selected Group Exhibitions 2006 Unique, Exhibition of works by Bronfman Award Recipients in celebration of 30 years, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. 1998 Transformation: Recipients of the Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts, 1977-96. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, 1989 - 1993 - "Masters of the Crafts/De Main de Maitres" , traveling exhibition to the Canadian Crafts Museum, Vancouver; Burlington Art Gallery, Ontario; National Exhibition Centre, St. John, New Brunswick; National Exhibition Centre, Summerside, P.E.I.; Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Manitoba 1985 '97 Annual Group Exhibition "FIRED-UP!", Victoria, BC 1984 Poterie Bonsecours, Montreal, Quebec, with Monique Ferron, ceramiste 1982 Lonsdale Gallery, North Vancouver, BC with Sue Hara, potter 1981 Ceramics Canada, Toronto. 1976 Crossroads, Toronto, Ontario. Craft Collaborative, Toronto. Down to Earth, Hamilton, Ontario. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto: with Monique Beauregard, silk painter National Ceramics, Calgary, Alberta. 1974 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto - best porcelain Award. Image '74, Hamilton Art Gallery, Ontario. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University Art Gallery, Toronto, ON 1973 Ceramics International '73, Calgary, Alberta. Ontario Master Craftsmen, York University 1972 Canadian Ceramics '72, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1971 Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. 1970 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. 1969 Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Selected Awards 2009 National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts - USA Honors Award - Lifetime Achievement and Services to Education in the Ceramic Arts 1983 Canada Council Project grant to assist in mounting "Ceramic Spectrum Exhibition" at the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery 1982 Canada Council Explorations Grant for work on first book "The Ceramic Spectrum". 1977 The Saidye Bronfman Award for Excellence in the Crafts - First recipient. Selected Links choisinpottery.ca Pottery Video: Robin Hopper Shows How to Paint on Porcelain Ceramic Akar Design,

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Three Miniature Clocks

Lot 417: Three Miniature Clocks

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Three miniature clocks, comprising an Ansonia clock circa 1892, a Waterbury clock circa 1878 and a tip top. 1 1/2" high, 1 1/2" wide to 2 1/2" high, 2 1/4" wide. Condition: crack to dial of Ansonia clock, oxidation to tip top dial, all with finish wear, loss. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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French Brass & Enamel Column Skeleton Clock

Lot 415: French Brass & Enamel Column Skeleton Clock

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: French brass and enamel column skeleton clock, with key, under glass dome. Clock 9 1/4" high, 7 3/4" wide. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Chelsea Ship's Clock w/Black Dial

Lot 419: Chelsea Ship's Clock w/Black Dial

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: Chelsea ship's clock with black dial, with key, mounted on wood plaque. Clock 3 1/2" high, 7 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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OTTO DONALD ROGERS (1935 - ), R.C.A., VASE OF FLOWERS, PASTEL; SIGNED AND DATED 63, sight 28

Lot 343: OTTO DONALD ROGERS (1935 - ), R.C.A., VASE OF FLOWERS, PASTEL; SIGNED AND DATED 63, sight 28" x 19.75" - 71.1 x 50.2 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 7:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD900 - CAD1,200

Description: OTTO DONALD ROGERS (1935 - ), R.C.A.VASE OF FLOWERSPASTEL; SIGNED AND DATED 63sight 28" x 19.75" - 71.1 x 50.2 cm.Note:OTTO DONALD ROGERS (1935 - ), R.C.A.Between vision, design and expression there is no seam. Neither is one thing the cause and another the result. I have been referred to as a landscape painter and yet my efforts have concentrated on composition as poetic abstraction, an activity in which I make reference to nature but do not seek a landscape depiction. Rather, the search is for a heightened realm of reality. While developing the configuration on each canvas, panel or paper, my hope is to achieve a resolution that transcends the act of making, presenting the viewer with an elevated feeling, with a presence so palpable that time is suspended.- Otto Rogers - Otto Rogers was born in 1935 in the fural town of Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. He attended the Saskatchewan Teachers College (1954) where he was influenced by Wynona Mulcaster to study art. He received a Bachelor of Science in Art Education (1958) and a Masters in Fine Art (1959) from the University of Wisconsin. He returned to Canada to teach at the University of Saskatchwan. As Professor and Head of the Department of Art at the university (1959-1988), Rogers helped revive the Emma Lake Artist Workshop, Saskatchewan (1971-1987). Rogers became involved in the Baha'i faith through his wife, Barbara Nelson, and his involvement in the Baha'i Board led him to work in Israel in 1988. He lived in Haifa, Israel, where he served two, five-year terms as a Counselor member of the International Teaching Center at the World Centre for the Bahai Faith. Rogers returned to Canada in 1998 and set up a studio in Milford, Ontario, where he still works today.Rogers has exhibited internationally for over five decades and his works are found in over 1500 international public, corporate and private collections, including Art Gallery of Ontario, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina; Mendal Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Montreal Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona Spain; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the National Gallery of Canada; and the National Gallery of Iceland. Rogers has received numerous awards and honours, including several Canada Council Awards. He has been appointed a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Artists, and his works are represented in the collections of the National Museum of Art (Iceland), National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), Collection of Modern Art (Spain), Museum of Fine Arts (Massachusetts), Edmonton Art Gallery, Mendel Art Gallery (Saskatoon), and the Shell Oil Collection, among many others.Selected Corporate, Public and Private CollectionsArt Gallery of Ontario Bank of AmericaBank of MontrealBank of Nova ScotiaCadillac FairviewCanada Council Art BankCineplex-OdeonClaridge CollectionDeutsche BankEsso ResourcesGeneral FoodsGeneral FoodsImperial OilJeffrey Poole, LawyerMacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina McMichael Canadian Art CollectionMendal Art Gallery, SaskatoonMontreal Museum of Art Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona Spain Museum of Fine Arts, BostonNational Gallery of Canada; National Gallery of IcelandPetro CanadaSaskatchewan Arts BoardScotiabankSun Life of CanadaUniversity of SaskatchewanWinnipeg Art GalleryXerox Canada IncSelected Solo Exhibitions2013Otto Rogers, Oeno Gallery, Prince Edward County, ONOtto Rogers, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON2009Appearance of Light, Oeno Gallery, Prince Edward County, ON2007Oeno Gallery, Prince Edward County, ONGallery Jones, Vancouver, BCPaul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, AB2006 Oeno Gallery, Prince Edward County, ON2004Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, ABGallery Jones, Vancouver, BCPaul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, AB2003 Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, AB2002Ron Moore Gallery, Toronto, ONPaul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, AB2001The Gallery/Art Placement, Saskatoon, SK2000Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, ABBuschlen Mowatt Gallery, Vancouver, BC1998Buschlen Mowatt Gallery, Vancouver, BC (catalogue)1995Buschlen Mowatt Gallery, Vancouver, BC1993 Art Placement Inc/The Gallery, Saskatoon, Sask1990 Otto Rogers - Paintings from Haifa, Mira Goddard Gallery, Toronto, ON1982 Otto Rogers - A Survey 1973-1982, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK1981 Art Placement Inc/The Gallery, Saskatoon, SK1980 Gordon Snelgrove Art Gallery. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK1979 Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, AB1978 Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB Canadian Art Galleries. Calgary, ABArt Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON1977, 1979,1980,1981,1982 Mira Goddard Gallery, Toronto, ON1975 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ONMackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SKGalleria del Milione, Milan, Italy Espace Gallery, Montreal, QC1974 Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK1973 GIenbow Museum, Calgary, AB1969 Waddington Fine Arts, Montreal, QCRecent Paintings, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 1967 Landscape Variation, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK1965 Otto Rogers Heads, Western Canada Art Circuit,Recent Welded Sculpture, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK1963 Saskatoon Art Centre, Saskatoon, SK1962 James Art Studio, Saskatoon, SK1960 Saskatoon Art Centre, Saskatoon, SK1958 Madison Art Centre, Madison, WisconsinSelected Group Exhibitions2014Summer Exhibition of Gallery Artists, Gallery Jones, Vancouver, BC20123rd Anniversary Exhibition, Oeno Gallery, Prince Edward County, ON1996Vancouver Art Gallery, State of the Art Auction1994Series of exhibitions. Hidden Values: Contemporary Canadian Art in Corporate Collections (catalogue)1993 The Urban Prairie. Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKAchieving the Modern: Canadian Abstract Painting and Design in the 1950's, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg. MB1992 The Crisis of Abstraction in Canada: The 1950's, National Gallery of Canada, ON1989 The Mendel Art Gallery: Twenty-five Years of Collecting, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKThe Flat Side of the Landscape: Emma Lake Artists' Workshops, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKSeventy-Five Years, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON1988 Contemporary '88 Calgary, Olympic Arts Festival, Calgary, AB1987 Triangle Workshop, Barcelona, SpainTradition and Innovation: Saskatoon Art in the 1950's Works from the Triangle Workshop in Barcelona, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 1983 Winnipeg West: Painting and Sculpture in Western Canada 1945-1970, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, ABCanada House, London, England1982 Saskatoon Early Images, Frances Morrison Library Gallery, Saskatoon, SK1980 100% Rag, Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK Saskatchewan Paper, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK1979 Horizons West, Shell Canada Resources Ltd., Calgary, ABThe Private Eye, Mendel Art Gallery. Saskatoon, SKImages of the Prairie, Mendel Art Gallery. Saskatoon, SK1978 Six Saskatoon Artists, Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg. MBCurrent Directions, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKThe Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SKSeven Prairie Painters, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON1977 As They See It: The Canadian Artist in Their Landscape, University of Saskatchewan Alumni Association and the Art Committee Council, Saskatoon, SKSaskatchewan Art for Architecture, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKMendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKCanadian Tapestries, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON1976 Saskatchewan Art at the Olympics '76, Place Bonaventure, Montreal, QCAbstraction West: Emma lake and After, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ONChanging Visions, The Canadian Landscape, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON 1975Time Canada The Canadian Canvas, Musee d'art contemporain, Montreal, QC Canadian Cultural Centre. Paris, FranceMajor Saskatchewan Artists, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKLandscape Abbreviations, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC1974 Prairie Exhibits, The Art Gallery of the Saidye Bronfman Centre. Montreal, QCSaskatoon Collects, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK9 out of 10, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON1973 24th Annual Exhibition of Canadian Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON 1971 Saskatchewan: Art & Artists, McKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK1970 Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, National Gallery of CanadaSaskatchewan: Saskatoon & Regina, Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, ON1969 Two Artists from Saskatchewan: Otto Rogers and Dorothy Knowles, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MBArt in Saskatchewan, Waddington Fine Arts, Montreal, QC Thirteen Artists, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK1967 Eleven Saskatchewan Artists, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKDirector's Choice, Confederation Centre Art Gallery and Museum, 1965 6th Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting, National Gallery of Canada. Ottawa, ONCanadian Drawings and Prints, Museum of Wales, Cardiff, and Cardiff Commonwealth Arts Festival Saskatchewan Art: Diamond Jubilee Critic's Selection, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK1963 Fifth Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON1962 Canadian Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition 1962, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON1961 78th Annual Spring Exhibition, Montreal Museum of Fine Art, Montreal, QC12th Annual Exhibition of Saskatchewan Art, Mackenzie An Gallery, Regina, SK1960 The 6th Winnipeg Show, Winnipeg Art GalIery, Winnipeg, MB11th Annual Exhibition of Saskatchewan Art, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK1959 The 5th Winnipeg Show, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB1955 Milwaukee Art Center, Milwaukee. Wisconsin6th Annual Exhibition of Saskatchewan Art, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK44th Wisconsin Painters and Sculptors Annual Exhibition1954 Madison 20th Annual Wisconsin Salon of Art, The Wisconsin Union, University of WisconsinSelected LinksCanadian Art: Otto Rogers and a Life in Art

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LINDSAY ANDERSON, LIDDED VASE, height 10.5

Lot 189: LINDSAY ANDERSON, LIDDED VASE, height 10.5" - 26.7 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD200 - CAD300

Description: LINDSAY ANDERSON LIDDED VASE raku, height 10.5" -- 26.7 cm., unsigned Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection LINDSAY ANDERSON Lindsay Anderson studied art at the Balfour Technical School and pottery under Don Chester and Helen Rogers at the University of Regina. He worked as a studio technical in the Ceramics Department of the university from 1982 to 1990, and continued on to teach ceramics for the City of Regina for two years. Since 2012, Anderson is an instructor at the Visual Arts Center in Bowmanville, Ontario. Anderson's works focus primarily on functional ware, with sculptural elements incorporated into the pieces. The majority of his pottery is functional porcelain and hand built raku, where he uses a combination of metallic luster and crackle glazes. Anderson has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and international, and his work is included in several private and public collections in Canada. He is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Arts Board purchase award in 1986. Anderson lives in Cobourg, Ontario. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC The Chapel Gallery, City of North Battleford, SK Selected Solo Exhibitions 2013 Colrne Art Gallery, ON Lindsay Gallery, ON 1991 Collections, Regina, SK 1987 The Rubaiyat, Calgary, AB 1986-1987 Saskatchewan Arts Board Purchase 1986 Artisan, Saskatoon, SK The Canadian Guild Shop, Montreal, QC Fireworks, Halifax, NS National Biennial of Ceramics, Trios-Rivers, QC Battleford Allied Arts Council Purchase Craftshop Expo '86, Vancouver, BC Joe Moran Gallery, Regina, SK 1985-1986 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK The Rubajyat, Calgary, AB The Quest, Banff, AB Alexandra Gallery, Vancouver, BC Art Select, Regina, SK 1985 Regina Cultural Exchange Society, Regina, SK Resonant Art Gallery, Regina, SK The Quest, Banff, AL 1984, 85, 86 Wascana center, Regina, SK Norman Mackenzie gallery Shop, Regina, SK Bazart, Regina, SK Wintergreen, Regina, SK 1984-1985 Museum of Natural History, Regina, SK The Guild Shop, Toronto, ON Selected Group Exhibitions 2013 Cleburne art Gallery, ON Lindsay Gallery, ON Latcham Gallery, BMFA 33rd Annual Juried Art Show, 2012 Toronto Potters Winter 2012 Show and Sale, Toronto, ON 2012 Toronto Potters 16th Biennial Exhibition, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 2011 Northumberland Potters Association, Baltimore, ON 1993 Saskatchewan Handcraft Festival, 1995 Clay in Canada 1987 Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC The Commonwealth Collection, 1986 National Biennial of Ceramics, Artisan, Saskatoon, SK 1985-1986 Art Select, 1984-1987 Saskatchewan Handcraft Festival, Wintergreen, Regina, SK Bazart, MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, SK Selected Awards 2013 Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts 1987 The Commonwealth Collection 1986 Saskatchewan Arts Board Battleford Allied Arts Council

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LINDSAY ANDERSON, LIDDED JAR, height 4.5

Lot 190: LINDSAY ANDERSON, LIDDED JAR, height 4.5" - 11.4 cm., diameter 12.5" - 31.8 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD200 - CAD300

Description: LINDSAY ANDERSON LIDDED JAR raku, condition noted, height 4.5" -- 11.4 cm., diameter 12.5" -- 31.8 cm., unsigned Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection LINDSAY ANDERSON Lindsay Anderson studied art at the Balfour Technical School and pottery under Don Chester and Helen Rogers at the University of Regina. He worked as a studio technical in the Ceramics Department of the university from 1982 to 1990, and continued on to teach ceramics for the City of Regina for two years. Since 2012, Anderson is an instructor at the Visual Arts Center in Bowmanville, Ontario. Anderson's works focus primarily on functional ware, with sculptural elements incorporated into the pieces. The majority of his pottery is functional porcelain and hand built raku, where he uses a combination of metallic luster and crackle glazes. Anderson has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and international, and his work is included in several private and public collections in Canada. He is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Arts Board purchase award in 1986. Anderson lives in Cobourg, Ontario. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC The Chapel Gallery, City of North Battleford, SK Selected Solo Exhibitions 2013 Colrne Art Gallery, ON Lindsay Gallery, ON 1991 Collections, Regina, SK 1987 The Rubaiyat, Calgary, AB 1986-1987 Saskatchewan Arts Board Purchase 1986 Artisan, Saskatoon, SK The Canadian Guild Shop, Montreal, QC Fireworks, Halifax, NS National Biennial of Ceramics, Trios-Rivers, QC Battleford Allied Arts Council Purchase Craftshop Expo '86, Vancouver, BC Joe Moran Gallery, Regina, SK 1985-1986 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK The Rubajyat, Calgary, AB The Quest, Banff, AB Alexandra Gallery, Vancouver, BC Art Select, Regina, SK 1985 Regina Cultural Exchange Society, Regina, SK Resonant Art Gallery, Regina, SK The Quest, Banff, AL 1984, 85, 86 Wascana center, Regina, SK Norman Mackenzie gallery Shop, Regina, SK Bazart, Regina, SK Wintergreen, Regina, SK 1984-1985 Museum of Natural History, Regina, SK The Guild Shop, Toronto, ON Selected Group Exhibitions 2013 Cleburne art Gallery, ON Lindsay Gallery, ON Latcham Gallery, BMFA 33rd Annual Juried Art Show, 2012 Toronto Potters Winter 2012 Show and Sale, Toronto, ON 2012 Toronto Potters 16th Biennial Exhibition, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 2011 Northumberland Potters Association, Baltimore, ON 1993 Saskatchewan Handcraft Festival, 1995 Clay in Canada 1987 Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC The Commonwealth Collection, 1986 National Biennial of Ceramics, Artisan, Saskatoon, SK 1985-1986 Art Select, 1984-1987 Saskatchewan Handcraft Festival, Wintergreen, Regina, SK Bazart, MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, SK Selected Awards 2013 Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts 1987 The Commonwealth Collection 1986 Saskatchewan Arts Board Battleford Allied Arts Council

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LINDSAY ANDERSON, MUSHROOM SHAPED VESSEL, height 7.5

Lot 191: LINDSAY ANDERSON, MUSHROOM SHAPED VESSEL, height 7.5" - 19.1 cm., diameter 10.75" - 27.3 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD200 - CAD300

Description: LINDSAY ANDERSON MUSHROOM SHAPED VESSEL raku, height 7.5" -- 19.1 cm., diameter 10.75" -- 27.3 cm., unsigned Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection LINDSAY ANDERSON Lindsay Anderson studied art at the Balfour Technical School and pottery under Don Chester and Helen Rogers at the University of Regina. He worked as a studio technical in the Ceramics Department of the university from 1982 to 1990, and continued on to teach ceramics for the City of Regina for two years. Since 2012, Anderson is an instructor at the Visual Arts Center in Bowmanville, Ontario. Anderson's works focus primarily on functional ware, with sculptural elements incorporated into the pieces. The majority of his pottery is functional porcelain and hand built raku, where he uses a combination of metallic luster and crackle glazes. Anderson has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and international, and his work is included in several private and public collections in Canada. He is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Arts Board purchase award in 1986. Anderson lives in Cobourg, Ontario. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC The Chapel Gallery, City of North Battleford, SK Selected Solo Exhibitions 2013 Colrne Art Gallery, ON Lindsay Gallery, ON 1991 Collections, Regina, SK 1987 The Rubaiyat, Calgary, AB 1986-1987 Saskatchewan Arts Board Purchase 1986 Artisan, Saskatoon, SK The Canadian Guild Shop, Montreal, QC Fireworks, Halifax, NS National Biennial of Ceramics, Trios-Rivers, QC Battleford Allied Arts Council Purchase Craftshop Expo '86, Vancouver, BC Joe Moran Gallery, Regina, SK 1985-1986 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK The Rubajyat, Calgary, AB The Quest, Banff, AB Alexandra Gallery, Vancouver, BC Art Select, Regina, SK 1985 Regina Cultural Exchange Society, Regina, SK Resonant Art Gallery, Regina, SK The Quest, Banff, AL 1984, 85, 86 Wascana center, Regina, SK Norman Mackenzie gallery Shop, Regina, SK Bazart, Regina, SK Wintergreen, Regina, SK 1984-1985 Museum of Natural History, Regina, SK The Guild Shop, Toronto, ON Selected Group Exhibitions 2013 Cleburne art Gallery, ON Lindsay Gallery, ON Latcham Gallery, BMFA 33rd Annual Juried Art Show, 2012 Toronto Potters Winter 2012 Show and Sale, Toronto, ON 2012 Toronto Potters 16th Biennial Exhibition, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON 2011 Northumberland Potters Association, Baltimore, ON 1993 Saskatchewan Handcraft Festival, 1995 Clay in Canada 1987 Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC The Commonwealth Collection, 1986 National Biennial of Ceramics, Artisan, Saskatoon, SK 1985-1986 Art Select, 1984-1987 Saskatchewan Handcraft Festival, Wintergreen, Regina, SK Bazart, MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, SK Selected Awards 2013 Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts 1987 The Commonwealth Collection 1986 Saskatchewan Arts Board Battleford Allied Arts Council

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A PAIR OF SCHULIM KRIMPER ARMCHAIRS

Lot 160: A PAIR OF SCHULIM KRIMPER ARMCHAIRS

by Leonard Joel

April 23, 2015, 6:30 PM AEST

Melbourne, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD4,000 - AUD6,000

Description: c. 1950s Australia. Blackbean with distressed wool upholstery. Exhibited 1959 National Gallery of Victoria (Gallery flyer on view)

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LESLIE POOLE (1942 - ), AVATAR, MIXED MEDIA DIPTYCH; SIGNED AND DATED NOV, 28, 86 IN PENCIL, Each 39.5

Lot 333: LESLIE POOLE (1942 - ), AVATAR, MIXED MEDIA DIPTYCH; SIGNED AND DATED NOV, 28, 86 IN PENCIL, Each 39.5" x 59.25" - 100.3 x 150.5 cm. (2 Pieces)

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April 21, 2015, 7:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD900 - CAD1,200

Description: LESLIE POOLE (1942 - )AVATARMIXED MEDIA DIPTYCH; SIGNED AND DATED NOV, 28, 86 IN PENCILEach 39.5" x 59.25" - 100.3 x 150.5 cm.Provenance:Purchased directly from the artistNote:LESLIE POOLE (1942 - )"Forcing a facile meaning from art too often replaces the richness of mystery with human rationality."- Leslie Poole -Leslie Poole was born in 1942 in Halifax, Nova Scotia and received his B.A. in Fine Art from the University of Alberta in 1967. He went on to earn an M.A. from Yale University in 1970. Poole is one of Canada's most extensively recognized and collected artists, with over 100 solo exhibitions in Canada and the United States. Poole has exhibited in many museums including the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, and the Kelowna Art Gallery. His work is part of many major public, corporate and private collections including the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Royal Bank, McGill University, Trimark Mutual Funds, and Rothschild Inc.Selected Corporate, Private and Public CollectionsAIM Funds Management Inc., Toronto, ON & Calgary, ABAir Canada, Montreal, PQAlberta Foundation for the Arts, Edmonton, ABAlcan, Montreal, PQAlexander, Holburn, Beaudin & Lang, Vancouver, BCArt Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BCArt Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NSAthabasca University, Athabasca, ABBC Art Collection, Victoria, BCBC Automobile Association, Burnaby, BCBC Central Credit Union, Vancouver, BCBeaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NBBennett Jones Verchere, Calgary, ABBumper Corporation, Calgary, ABBurnet Duckworth & Palmer, Calgary, ABBusinessland Canada, Toronto, ONC.I.L., Toronto, ONCampney & Murphy, Vancouver, BCCanaccord Capital Corporation, Vancouver, BCCanada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ONCanada Development Corporation, Toronto, ONCanadian Broadcasting Company, Montreal, PQCanadian Pacific, Montreal, PQ & Calgary, ABCanadian Utilities, Edmonton, ABCarlton University, Ottawa, ONChieftain International, Edmonton, ABClaridge Collection, Montreal, PQClark Wilson, Vancouver, BCCoast Hotel, Victoria, BCCommunications Incorporated, Calgary, ABConferderation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PECoopers & Lybrand, Vancouver, BCCoreVest Capital Management Co. Ltd, Seoul, KoreaCrown Life, Toronto, ONCrown Zellerbach, Vancouver, BCDavis & Co., Vancouver, BC & New Westminster, BCDepartment of External Affairs, Ottawa, ONDofasco, Hamilton, ONDu Pont Canada IncEdmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, ABEdmonton School Board, Edmonton, ABESSO Resources, Calgary, ABFairmont Hotels & Resorts Inc., Toronto, ONFairmont Waterfront Hotel, Vancouver, BCFamous Players, Ottawa, ONFE Advisory Group, Edmonton, ABFlorida State University, Tallahassee, FLFraser, Milner, Casgrain, Edmonton, ABFreeman & Company, Vancouver, BCGallery at Ceperley House, Burnaby, BCGrant McEwan Community College, Edmonton, ABGulf Canada Resources, Calgary, ABHarper, Grey, Easton, Vancouver, BCHusky Oil, Calgary, ABHyatt Hotel, Chicago, ILHyatt Hotel, Vancouver, BCImperial Oil, Calgary, AB & Toronto, ONJones Richards & Co., Vancouver, BCLadner Downs, Vancouver, BCLang, Mitchener, Lawrence, Shaw, Vancouver, BCLe Devoir, Montreal, PQMayfair Golf & Country Club, Edmonton, ABMcCarthy Tetrault, Calgary, AB & Vancouver, BCMcGill University Rare Book Collection, Montreal, PQMelcor Developments, Edmonton, ABMemorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, NFMendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKMinto Suite Hotel, Ottawa, ONMount Allison University, Sackville, NBNewcastle College, Langley, BCNorth American Trust, Vancouver, BCNova: An Alberta Corporation, Calgary, ABOdlum Brown, Vancouver, BCOPSEU, Toronto, ONOwen Bird, Vancouver, BCPan Canadian Petroleums, Calgary, ABPemberton, Houston, Willoughby, Vancouver, BCPetro-Canada, Calgary, ABReed Stenhouse, Edmonton, AB & Vancouver, BCRichardson Greenshields of CanadaRichmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BCRoberts & Stahl, Vancouver, BCRothman's of Pall Mall Canada LtdRothschild Inc., Vancouver, BCRoyal Bank, Vancouver, BCSecond City Capital, Vancouver, BCShell Canada Resources, Calgary, AB & Vancouver, BCSimon Fraser University, Burnaby, BCSuperior Propane, Toronto, ONSurrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BCTelus, Edmonton, ABTexaco Canada Resources, Calgary, ABToronto Dominion Bank, Toronto, ONTriangle Systems Corporation, Chicago, ILTricaster Management, Toronto, ONTrimark Limited, Calgary, ABUniversity of Alberta, Edmonton, ABUniversity of BC, Dep't of Ophthamology, Vancouver, BCUniversity of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, ABUniversity of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NBUniversity of Sakatchewan, Saskatoon, SKVancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BCVersatile Cornat Corporations, Vancouver, BCW.C. Mackenzie Health Sciences Centre, Univ. of AB Hospitals, Edmonton, ABWaterfront Centre HotelZenzen Consultants Ltd., Toronto, ON  Selected Solo Exhibitions2013Quotation, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PE2011Making the Past Present, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, ABA Look Into a Forty Year Career, Calgary, AB, Virginia Christopher Fine Art2010Art in Bloom: Summer Dreams, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SKAfter Manet, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC2009After Manet, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, AB2008Off Road, Marilyn Mylrea Gallery, Vancouver, BC2007Las Meninas, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, AB2006Canadian Landscapes, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC2005Women/Power, Marilyn Mylrea Gallery, Vancouver, BC2004  Celebrating the Body, Roundhouse Centre Gallery, Vancouver, BC (Museum/Public Gallery: A collaboration with the Vancouver International Dance Festival) Art As Technology, Simon Fraser University Downtown Gallery, Burnaby, BC (Museum/Public Gallery: in conjuction with the Modernist Studies Association International Conference)2003Now & Then: Selected works 1976-2003, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, AB2002Appetite and Desire, Virginia Christopher Fine Art, Calgary, AB2001Appetite and Desire, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ONAppetite and Desire, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, AB2000Leslie Poole's Diary, Gallery at Ceperley House, Burnaby, BCAfter Bonnard, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC1999Aspen Paintings, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, ABLandscape with Cows, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON1998Shadow/Light: new paintings, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BCLandscapes: An Overview, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC1997New Directions, Scott Gallery, Edmonton, ABShadow Paintings, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, AB1996Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BCMemento Mori, Teck Gallery, SFU at Harbour centre, Vancouver, BCLandscape with Cows, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC1995Current Concerns, Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton, ABMemento Mori, Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby, BC 1994Tulip, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BCAspens, Madison Gallery, Toronto, ON1993Cleansed Palette, Madison Gallery, Toronto, ONChildren/Tulip, Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton, AB1992-94  Through the Looking Glass: Portraits of Leslie Poole, Touring Exhibition, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, Bc; Grande Prairie, AB; Kelowna, BC; Nanaimo, BC; Prince George, BC; Halifax, NS; Fredericton, NB; Kamloops, BC 1992Basic Black/White, Crown Gallery, Vancouver, BCGoddess/Rock & Water, Madison Gallery, Toronto, ON1991Montage Series, Crown Gallery, Vancouver, BCEncounters with the Goddess: 1981-1991, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC 1991After Manet, Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton, AB1990AFTER YALE: 1970-1976, Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby, BC 1989-90  DUALITIES: A 15 YEAR RETOSPECTIVE, 1974-1989, Touring Exhibition, Art Gallery of the South Okanagan, Pentiction, BC; Grande Forks, BC 1989Stanley Park Landscapes, Robertson Galleries, Ottawa, ONStill Life, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, ABAfter Manet, Crown Gallery, Vancouver, BCWade Gallery, Los Angeles, CAStill Life, Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton, AB1988  Stanley Park Landscapes, Kathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton, ABStill Life, Quan-Schieder Gallery, Toronto, ONStill Life, Wade Gallery, Los Angeles, CA1987  Water Lilies & Rhododendron, Gilman/Gruen Gallery, Chicago, ILFamily Portraits, Crown Gallery, Vancouver, BCRecent, Robertson Galleries, Ottawa, ONLANDSCAPES: 1970-1987, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC 1986  Overview: 1970-1986, Quan-Schieder Gallery, Toronto, ONKathleen Laverty Gallery, Edmonton, AB Nature Series, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, ABRhododendron paintings/Figure drawings, Crown Gallery, Vancouver, BC1985  Water Lilies, Madison Gallery, Toronto, ONWater Lilies & Figures, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BCLandscapes, Neo-Baroque series, Robertson Galleries, Ottawa, ONLithographs, Crown Gallery, Vancouver, BC1984-87  Drawing Retrospective, Touring Exhibition, Charles H. Scoot Gallery, Vancouver, BC; Edmonton, AB; Grande Prairie, AB; Banff, AB 1984  Landscapes, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, ABNeo-Baroque series, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC10 Years of Figurative Paintings & Drawings, Hett Gallery, Edmonton, ABChildren, Landscapes, Neo-Baroque, Madison Gallery, Toronto, ONLandscapes, Gilman Galleries, Chicago, IL  Children Paintings, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art-Rental Gallery, San Francisco, CA (Museum/Public Gallery)1983  Irises, Robertson Galleries, Ottawa, ONIrises, The Shayne Gallery, Montreal, PQChildren, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, ABLandscapes, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BCChildren, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BC1982  Women, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, ABIrises, Heffel Gallery, Vancouver, BCMan in the Bath & Irises, Lefebvre Galleries, Edmonton, ABMontages, Robertson Galleries, Ottawa, ONStill Life, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SKWomen, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON1981  Cherry Trees, Canadian Art Galleries, Calgary, ABCherry Trees, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BCWorks on Paper, Lefebvre Galleries, Edmonton, ABMontages, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC1980  Hydrangeas, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ONLithograph Exhibition, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BCStill Life, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BCSelf Portraits, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ON1979  Man in the Bath, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BCSelf Portraits, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BCOrchids, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC1978  Studios, University of Bristish Columbia A.M.S. Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC1978  Sails, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, ONStudios, Bau-Xi Gallery, Toronto, OnSails, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC1977  Studios, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC1975  Clouds, Penticton Art Gallery, Penticton, BCClouds, Bau-Xi Gallery, Vancouver, BC1973-74  Recent Paintings, Touring Exhibition, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI; St.John's, NF; Fredericton, NB; Ottawa, ON; Edmonton, AB; Victoria, BC1970  Nightingale Gallery, Toronto, ON Selected Group Exhibitions2015Valentine's Group Show, Wallace Gallery, Calgary, AB2010    MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK (Art in Bloom: Summer Dreams)2006    Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, AB (New Acquisitions)2004  'Face to Face', Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC2003  Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI2001  Selections from the Permanent Collection, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC2000  Colouring the West: A Century of BC Painting, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC1998  Home Base, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC1996  Returning Artists, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC1995  New Acquisitions, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC1992  25th Anniversary Exhibition, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal, PQ1990-91  Within Range, Touring Exhibition, University of Idaho Gallery, Moscow, ID; Great Falls, MT; Missoula, MT1989  The Cult of the Mountain, Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby, BCFear of Others: Art Against Racism, Touring Exhibition, Vancouver, BC; Sacramento, CA; Montreal, PQ; Toronto, ON; Winnipeg, MB; Calgary, AB; Prince George, BC1989  A Flower Show, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC1987  National Drawing Competition, Kelowna, BC1986-87  Mini Print International Exhibition, Touring Spain and USAEighth Dalhousie Drawing Exhibition, Touring Exhibition, Dalhousie Art Gallery; Halifax, NS; Fredericton, NB; Edmonton, AB; Lethbridge, AB; Calgary, AB1986  Burnaby Print Show, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby, BC5th Mini Print International Exhibition, Barcelona, Spain1984  Edge & Image, Concordia University Art Gallery, Montreal, PQ1983-84  The Hand Holding the Brush, Touring Exhibition, London Regional Art Gallery, London, ON; Guelph, ON; Hamilton, ON; Montreal, PQ; Fredericton, NB; Halifax, NS1983  Vancouver: Art & Artists, 1931-1983, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BCVisions of Women, Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond, BC1982  BC Art Collection, Robson Square, Vancouver, BC1981  Couples, Optica Gallery, Montreal, PQInsights, Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby, BCPeople, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB1980  BC on Canvas, Simon Fraser University Gallery, Burnaby, BCEntre-Nous, Seattle, WA (sponsered by National Mayors' Assoc.)5 BC Artists, Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, AB1978  Collectors' Choice, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, ABCanadian Biennial of Prints & Drawings, Calgary, AB1977  From This Point of View, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC1976  What's New?, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, ABForum '76, Montreal, PQRecent Acquisitions, Touring Exhibition, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB; Halifax, NSBC Arts Access Olympic Exhibit, Montreal, PQCanada House in Paris, Brussels, London, New York, and Montreal1975  Current Energies, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal, PQ1973  Peter Whyte Gallery, Banff, AB1972  Manisphere, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MBUniversity of NB Art Centre, Fredericton, NB1971  Univeristy of SK Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SKAPAC Biennial Exhibit, Beaverbrook Art Gallery & Circuit, Fredericton, NB1970  1076 Gallery, New Haven, CTA&T Gallery, New Haven, CT1969  U.R.A. Gallery, New Haven, CTSelected Commissions1994Trimark Mutual Funds, Toronto, ON1988Minto Suite Hotel, Ottawa, ON1985Nemtin Portrait1978Crown Zellerbach; Vancouver, BC1971-72 Lieutenant Governor of Alberta Portrait

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Keebler See Saw Clock w/Glass Clock Form Jar

Lot 418: Keebler See Saw Clock w/Glass Clock Form Jar

by Woodbury Auction LLC

April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Keebler See Saw clock in original box, with key, together with a "Happy Time Dutch Lunch Sauce" glass clock form jar. 4 3/4" high, 3 3/4" wide to 4 5/8" high, 3 1/2" wide. Condition: jar with loss, stains to label. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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SALLY BARBIER, TUSCOLOOSA TWO-STEP, 31.5

Lot 17: SALLY BARBIER, TUSCOLOOSA TWO-STEP, 31.5" x 24" x 10.25" - 80 x 61 x 26 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD300 - CAD400

Description: SALLY BARBIER TUSCOLOOSA TWO-STEP ceramic, condition noted, 31.5" x 24" x 10.25" -- 80 x 61 x 26 cm., incised signature and dated 85 Provenance: Paul Kuhn Fine Arts, Calgary, AB Note: SALLY BARBIER 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. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Canada Art Bank Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC University of Lethbridge Art Collection Selected Solo Exhibitions 1986 Paul Kuhn Fine Art Gallery, Calgary, AB Nova Oil Corporation, Calgary, AB 1984 University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 1982 Cartwright Gallery Granville nIsland, Vancouver, BC 1981 Visual Arts Center, Montreal, C Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB 1980 Ring House Gallery, University of Alberta Edmonton AB 1979 Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, AB 1978 Rain Dance, Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 1975 Texas A & I UNiversity ARt Gallery Kingsville, TX 1971 Nicholas State University, Fine Arts Gallery, Thibodaux, LA Selected Group Exhibitions 1995 Ground Connection - Joan MacNeil, Therese Chabot, Trudy Golley, Grace Nickel, Sally Barbier and Katrina Chaytor, Mentoring Artists' for Women's Art Inc., Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1994 Looking Back, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB 1986 Studio Ceramics 3, Beaver House Gallery Edmonton, AB Alberta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Winnipeg, MN 1985 Canada Council Art Bank Exhibition, Alberta College of Art Gallery, AB 1984 Summer Show, Robert Vanderleelie Gallery Edmonton, AB International Academy of Ceramicists, North Central Washington Museum, USA 1983 Alberta Women Artists, Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, AB Studio Survey: Sculpture, Latitude 53Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 1982 New Images Alberta, organized by Lavalin Inc., Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, AB 1981 New Work, Alberta Culture Collection, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, AB Issues in Clay: Western Canadian Ceramic Sculpture, SUB Gallery, Edmonton, AB 1980 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK 150 Years Watercolor Painting in Alberta, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB Some Drawings by Some Albertans, Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, AB Alberta Ceramics Showcase 80, Beaver House Gallery, Edmonton, AB 1979 New Works, University of Edmonton Art Gallery, AB 1977 Estudios Rio Gallery, Mission TX 1976 National Exhibition of Ceramics, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB 19th Annual National Small Sculpture and Drawing Show, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX 1975 Super Mud Invitational, Niagara Falls, New York

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SALLY BARBIER, BUGALUSA MAMBO, 30

Lot 179: SALLY BARBIER, BUGALUSA MAMBO, 30" x 24.25" x 13" - 76.2 x 61.6 x 33 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD300 - CAD400

Description: SALLY BARBIER BUGALUSA MAMBO glazed ceramic, 30" x 24.25" x 13" -- 76.2 x 61.6 x 33 cm. Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: SALLY BARBIER 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. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Canada Art Bank Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC University of Lethbridge Art Collection Selected Solo Exhibitions 1986 Paul Kuhn Fine Art Gallery, Calgary, AB Nova Oil Corporation, Calgary, AB 1984 University of Delaware Newark, Delaware 1982 Cartwright Gallery Granville nIsland, Vancouver, BC 1981 Visual Arts Center, Montreal, C Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB 1980 Ring House Gallery, University of Alberta Edmonton AB 1979 Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, AB 1978 Rain Dance, Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 1975 Texas A & I UNiversity ARt Gallery Kingsville, TX 1971 Nicholas State University, Fine Arts Gallery, Thibodaux, LA Selected Group Exhibitions 1995 Ground Connection - Joan MacNeil, Therese Chabot, Trudy Golley, Grace Nickel, Sally Barbier and Katrina Chaytor, Mentoring Artists' for Women's Art Inc., Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1994 Looking Back, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB 1986 Studio Ceramics 3, Beaver House Gallery Edmonton, AB Alberta College Art Faculty Exhibition, Winnipeg, MN 1985 Canada Council Art Bank Exhibition, Alberta College of Art Gallery, AB 1984 Summer Show, Robert Vanderleelie Gallery Edmonton, AB International Academy of Ceramicists, North Central Washington Museum, USA 1983 Alberta Women Artists, Martin Gerard Gallery, Edmonton, AB Studio Survey: Sculpture, Latitude 53Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 1982 New Images Alberta, organized by Lavalin Inc., Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, AB 1981 New Work, Alberta Culture Collection, Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, AB Issues in Clay: Western Canadian Ceramic Sculpture, SUB Gallery, Edmonton, AB 1980 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK 150 Years Watercolor Painting in Alberta, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB Some Drawings by Some Albertans, Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, AB Alberta Ceramics Showcase 80, Beaver House Gallery, Edmonton, AB 1979 New Works, University of Edmonton Art Gallery, AB 1977 Estudios Rio Gallery, Mission TX 1976 National Exhibition of Ceramics, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB 19th Annual National Small Sculpture and Drawing Show, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, TX 1975 Super Mud Invitational, Niagara Falls, New York

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RAH FIZELLE 1891-1964 Olive Gatherers (1930) oil on canvas on board

Lot 54: RAH FIZELLE 1891-1964 Olive Gatherers (1930) oil on canvas on board

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April 28, 2015, 6:30 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD30,000 - AUD40,000

Description: RAH FIZELLE 1891-1964 Olive Gatherers (1930) oil on canvas on board signed and inscribed 'OLIVE GATHERERS / BY / RAH FIZELLE' verso 43 x 58.5 cm PROVENANCE Mr Justice Evatt, Sydney Mr John Burton, Canberra Private Collection, Canberra, by descent EXHIBITED 150 Years of Australian Art, National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 27 January - 25 April 1938, no. 761 This work relates to Olive Grove, Italy (1930) in the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

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New Haven, CT Steeple Clock, Eight Day Movement

Lot 396: New Haven, CT Steeple Clock, Eight Day Movement

by Woodbury Auction LLC

April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $500 - $600

Description: New Haven, CT steeple clock, eight day movement with lithographed glass panel of Girard College, Philadelphia. 14 1/2" high, 7 1/2" wide. Condition: paint, finish wear, loss, veneer cracks. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Eli Terry Cottage Clock w/Time & Alarm

Lot 400: Eli Terry Cottage Clock w/Time & Alarm

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Eli Terry cottage clock with time and alarm in iron case with wood back, labeled, with key. 6 1/8" high, 4 3/8" wide. Condition: paint, finish, paper wear, loss. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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French Brass Traveling Clock w/Repeater Movement

Lot 406: French Brass Traveling Clock w/Repeater Movement

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $400

Description: French brass traveling clock with repeater movement, under glass dome, with key. 4 3/8" high, 3 1/8" wide. Condition: a couple small scratches to one glass side panel. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Beehive Mantle Clock

Lot 407: Beehive Mantle Clock

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Beehive mantel clock circa 1855 with brass columns, satinwood inlay, with key, marked "VAR" on works. 9 3/4" high, 6 5/8" wide. Condition finish wear, loss, chips, small losses to base, buckling to satinwood inlay, a few small dings, soiling to dial. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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DeDietz Miniature Iron Case Clock

Lot 409: DeDietz Miniature Iron Case Clock

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: DeDietz miniature iron case clock, Tuxedo, NY. Having an eight-day movement with second hand, with key. 4 1/8" high, 4 1/8" wide. Condition: cracks, small loss to dial, glass scratches, edge dent, paint wear, loss to case. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Seth Thomas Mantel Clock With Swivel Base

Lot 411: Seth Thomas Mantel Clock With Swivel Base

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $300

Description: Seth Thomas mantel clock with eight-day four jewel movement on a swivel base. 8 1/2" high, 9 1/4" wide. Condition: scratch to dial, finish crazing. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Med-281 GCC Metal Ball Form Clock

Lot 413: Med-281 GCC Metal Ball Form Clock

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $250

Description: Med-281 GCC metal ball form clock, with key. 9 5/8" high, 5 1/4" wide. Condition: paint wear, loss, restoration. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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French Brass  Clock with Porcelain Numerals

Lot 414: French Brass Clock with Porcelain Numerals

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: French brass clock with porcelain numerals, three glass sides with key under glass dome. 7" high, 3 5/8" wide. Condition: one chip, loss to each glass side panel. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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French Brass Traveling Clock w/Leather Case

Lot 420: French Brass Traveling Clock w/Leather Case

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $300 - $400

Description: French brass traveling clock with tick tock escapement and eight day movement with key, in leather case. Back stamped "H & H France Patent French Make". 4 3/4" high, 3 1/8" wide. Condition: a few tiny nicks to glass edges. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Brass & Wood Wag On The Wall Clock

Lot 421: Brass & Wood Wag On The Wall Clock

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $100 - $200

Description: Brass & wood wag on the wall clock. 17 1/2" high, 6" wide. Condition: five holes in brass back plate, constructed of salvaged wood, rust to chains. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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French Brass Traveling Clock w/Cylinder Escapement

Lot 425: French Brass Traveling Clock w/Cylinder Escapement

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $200 - $250

Description: French brass traveling clock with cylinder escapement, with key, under glass dome. 2 3/4" high, 1 7/8" wide. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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Mahogany Veneered Pillar & Scroll Clock

Lot 426: Mahogany Veneered Pillar & Scroll Clock

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April 26, 2015, 11:00 AM EST

Woodbury, CT, USA

Estimated Price: $400 - $500

Description: Mahogany veneered pillar & scroll clock circa 1820 by Chauncey Ives (1787-1857), active 1811-1838, with label. 31 1/2" high, 16 1/2" wide. Condition: replaced finial tops, dial with paint wear, loss, veneer cracks, veneer buckling, small losses. Provenance: Estate of John Albertine, New Jersey, a member of National Association of Watch & Clock Collectors.

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REBECCA RUPP, UNTITLED, 9.5

Lot 188: REBECCA RUPP, UNTITLED, 9.5" x 12" x 5.75" - 24.1 x 30.5 x 14.6 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD300 - CAD500

Description: REBECCA RUPP UNTITLED porcelain, 9.5" x 12" x 5.75" -- 24.1 x 30.5 x 14.6 cm., teapot and two saucers with incised signature Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: From another collection REBECCA RUPP Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Burlington Arts Center, ON Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, ON Embassy of Canada in Australia, Chile, Peru, Venezuela General Foods Corporation, Toronto, ON Indusmin Corporation, Toronto, ON Selected Solo Exhibitions 1989 Ufundi Gallery, Ottawa, ON Dexterity, Toronto, ON 1988 Rebecca Rupp: Tableware, Ontario Craft Council, Toronto, ON 1986 Cartwright Gallery, Vancouver, BC The Other Gallery, Banff School of Fine Art, Banff, AB 1982 Hiberna Gallery, Ottawa, ON Greenwich House Pottery, New York, NY 1977 Between Spaces Gallery, Ottawa, ON Selected Group Exhibitions 2012 30, Visual Arts Center, Westmount, QC 2002 FIRE+EARTH: Contemporary Canadian Ceramics, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, ON 2001 FIRE+EARTH: Contemporary Canadian Ceramics, The Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK 2000 FIRE+EARTH: Contemporary Canadian Ceramics, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS 1998 FIRE+EARTH: Contemporary Canadian Ceramics, Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan 1997 FIRE+EARTH: Contemporary Canadian Ceramics, Burlington Art Centre, ON 1996 Useful Intentions, Burlington Art Centre and Sheridan College, Oakville, ON 1991 Rupp and Gutteridge: Dual Perspectives, Harbinger Gallery, Waterloo, ON 1990 Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montréal, QC 1989 Feat of Clay: The Fifth Anniversary of the Permanent Collection, Burlington Art Centre, ON Dexterity Gallery, Toronto, ON Canadian Potters, Pewabic Pottery, Detroit, MI Pity, Only in Canada You Say, Galerie Franklin Silverstone, Montreal, QC 1988 Mad Hatter's Tea Party, Burlington Art Centre, Burlington, Ontario and Gallery Stratford, Stratford, ON Lee Sclar Gallery, Morristown, NY Third National Biennial of Ceramics, La Galerie d'art du Parc, Trois Rivières, QC 1987 In Celebration of Tea, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA Banff Center Exhibition at NCECA, Syracuse University, NY 1986 Ufundi Gallery, Ottawa, ON National Annual Exhibition of Small Scale Works, Cartwright Gallery, Vancouver, BC Cup Invitational, Prime Gallery, Toronto, ON Walter Phillips gallery, Banff School of Fine Arts Medicine Hat Art Gallery, AB 1985 Plates, Ontario Crafts Council Gallery, Toronto, ON Tea Service, Barbara Silverberg Gallery, Montreal, QC Hiberna Gallery, Ottawa, ON Invitational American and Canadian Ceramic Exhibition, in collaboration with the Dawson Gallery, Rochester NY and the Ontario Crafts Council Gallery,Toronto, ON 1983 Galerie Interaction, Montreal, QC 1982 Clay Invitational, University of Waterloo Art Center, Waterloo, ON 3 collectioneurs et 1 collection privée, Galerie Interaction, Montreal, QC 1981 Hadler/Rogriguez Galleries, New York, NY Selected Awards 1988 Jurors' First Choice, Going Gold, National Winter Olympics Ceramics Exhibition, Calgary, AB 1981 Travel and Art Award, Ontario Crafts Council Annual Exhibit, Ottawa, ON 1980 Purchase Award, 3rd Biennial Exhibition of Ontario Potters and Glassblowers Ontario Potters Association, Ottawa, ON Travel Award, Ontario Crafts Council Annual Exhibit, Ottawa, ON 1973 Sculpture Award, Union Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

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JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A., NYMPHEUM: VILLA RENTE DI MARLIA, HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 28/30 IN PENCIL TO BOTTOM MARGIN, Image 9.75

Lot 223: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A., NYMPHEUM: VILLA RENTE DI MARLIA, HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 28/30 IN PENCIL TO BOTTOM MARGIN, Image 9.75" x 11.75" - 24.8 x 29.8 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 7:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD300 - CAD500

Description: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A. NYMPHEUM: VILLA RENTE DI MARLIA HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 28/30 IN PENCIL TO BOTTOM MARGIN Image 9.75" x 11.75" -- 24.8 x 29.8 cm. Provenance: Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON Note: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A. "I want to reinforce a belief in beauty; in this way, every work I make is a statement." - Jennifer Dickson - Jennifer Dickson is one of Canada's most distinguished photographic artists. Her work focuses on two themes: the human form, challenging assumptions about gender and sexual roles in Western society; and, more recently, documenting and exploring the construction and destruction of man-made and natural landscape. Dickson is the only Canadian to be elected to the Royal Academy of the Arts, London. Jennifer Dickson was born in Piet Retief, the Republic of South Africa, in 1936. With her mother's moral and financial support (her father believed in traditional homemakers' roles for his four daughters), she went to England where she studied painting and printmaking at Goldsmith's College School of Art (University of London, England) from 1954 to 1959. From1960 to 1965, on a French Government scholarship, she was an associate of the prestigious graphic workshop, Atelier 17 in Paris, working with Stanley William Hayter. Hayter imparted upon Dickson an analytical rather than emotional approach to her work, as well as the importance of risk taking to discover new forms of expressions and techniques. Dickson went on to found and direct the graduate printmaking program at Brighton College of Art (now Brighton University), where she was instrumental in integrating photography into the program. By this point in her career, Dickson had already established an international reputation: Her etchings were published in a number of major thematic suites. In 1963, she was awarded the Prix des Jeunes Artistes pour Gravure at the Biennial de Paris, and her work, Genesis, was exhibited in the Prizewinners Salon of the Biennale de Paris in 1965. Dickson immigrated to Canada in 1969, where she directed the Graphics program at the Saidye Bronfman Center in Montreal (1970-71, 1981), and taught drawing at Concordia University. Since 1962, Dickson has had more than 60 solo exhibitions in six countries and has participated in more than 400 group exhibitions. Some of her more renowned exhibits include The Secret Garden (1975), Three Mirrors to Narcissus (1979), Sanctuary: A Landscape of the Mind (2005), which ran at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, England, and The Gods (2006), now part of the permanent collection at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. Dickson was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts, London, England in 1970, the only Canadian in the 200-year history of this prestigious institution to have been so honored. Dickson was named to the Order of Canada (CM) in 1995, and was awarded an honorary doctorate (LLD) in 1988 by the University of Alberta, Edmonton. In 2002, she was given the Victor Tolgesy Award for cultural leadership by the Council for the Arts in Ottawa. Also in that year, the National Archives of Canada established the Jennifer Dickson Fonds; the collection will eventually hold all of Dickson's original photographic material. Dickson lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. Selected List of Corporate, Private and Public Collections ?Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, ON?Art Gallery of Sudbury, Ontario?The Art Bank, Canada Council, Ottawa, Canada?The Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, Ontario?Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario?Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography?Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC?The London Museum, London, Ontario?Musée d'art contemporain, Montreal, Canada?Musée du Quebec, Canada?Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada?National Film Board of Canada National Gallery, Melbourne, Australia?National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada?The Still Photography Division, National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa?University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada?University of British Columbia, BC?University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB?Birmingham City Art Gallery, UK?British Museum, London, UK?City Art Gallery, London, UK?Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK?Portsmouth City Art Gallery, UK?Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK?South London Art Gallery, London, UK?Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK?University of Kent at Canterbury, UK?Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK?Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France?Palazzo Te, Mantua, Italy?University of West Indies, Jamaica?National Gallery of Art, Wellington, New Zealand?Museum of Contemporary Art, Fredrikstad, Norway?National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa?Ball State University, Indiana, USA?Chicago Art Institute, USA?The Cincinnati Museum of Art, Ohio, USA?Dallas Museum of Art, USA?Evelhjhem Art Centre, University of Wisconsin, USA?Metropolitan Museum, New York, USA?Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA?Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC, USA?Hermitage Museum, Lenningrad, Soviet Union?Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Selected List of Solo and Group Exhibitions 2014 Winter II, Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB Water Games: A Retrospective (1969-2014) of Images of Water in Garden Design, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2013 Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2012 Contemplative Moments: New Works by Jennifer Dickson, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON Contemplative Moments: New Works by Jennifer Dickson, Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2011 Romantic Idylls and Classical Dreams, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2009 From the Holy Mountain: A Journey through South-Eastern Anatolia, The Royal Academy of Arts, London, England 2006 The Thief of Time, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2001 Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 2000 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? Golin-Harris International, New York, USA 1999 The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, Bankside Gallery, London, UK 1998 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa? Tatar-Alexander Photography, Toronto, Ontario? AT Kearney, London 1997 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The City Gallery, London, UK? Art Gallery of Sudbury, Ontario and tour to The Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery of Markham, Ontario? Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 1996 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The Gallery, Victoria Woolen Mill, Almonte, Ontario? The City Gallery, London, UK 1995 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? Royal Academy of Arts (Print Room)? The Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia and tour to Estevan National Exhibition Centre, Estevan, Saskatchewan; Moose Jaw Art Museum and National Exhibition Centre, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, Saskatchewan. 1994 Joseph D Carrier Gallery of the Columbus Centre of North York, Ontario 1993 The Last Silence, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The Ottawa Art Gallery, Arts Court, Canada? Centro Internzionale D'Arte E Cultura, Palazzo Te, Mantua, Italy and tour to Il Centro Culturale Canadese, Piazza Cardelli, Rome, Italy; The Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario? Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario (Retrospective 1963-1993) 1992 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario and tour to Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto, Ontario and Alex Fraser Galleries, Vancouver, British Columbia 1991 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario and tour to Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto, Ontario and Paul Kuhn Fine Arts, Galgary, Alberta? The Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta 1990 WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay Arts Centre, Ontario and tour to Temiskaming Art Gallery, Haileybury, Ontario? Burlington Cultural Centre, Burlington, Ontario and tour to Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario Selected List of Awards and Prizes 1980 A Biennale Prize at the 5th Norwegian International Print Biennale 1978 The Walter Moos Award at the First Canadian Biennale of Prints and Drawings 1973 The George A Reid Award, Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers? A Special Edition Purchase Award, World Print Competition, San Francisco Museum of Art 1963 Prix des Jeunes Artistes pour Gravure, Paris Biennale Selected Links Royal Academy of Arts Jennifer Dickson Lecture Series 2003: The Sophisticated Traveller Jennifer Dickson's The Thief of Time, 2006 The Canadian Encyclopedia: Jennifer Dickson

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JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A., SECRET WATER GAMES, VILLA GARZONI, 1986, HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 10/30, sight 13.75

Lot 225: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A., SECRET WATER GAMES, VILLA GARZONI, 1986, HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 10/30, sight 13.75" x 11" - 34.9 x 27.9 cm.

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Toronto, ON, Canada

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Description: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A. SECRET WATER GAMES, VILLA GARZONI, 1986 HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 10/30 sight 13.75" x 11" -- 34.9 x 27.9 cm. Provenance: Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON Note: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A. "I want to reinforce a belief in beauty; in this way, every work I make is a statement." - Jennifer Dickson - Jennifer Dickson is one of Canada's most distinguished photographic artists. Her work focuses on two themes: the human form, challenging assumptions about gender and sexual roles in Western society; and, more recently, documenting and exploring the construction and destruction of man-made and natural landscape. Dickson is the only Canadian to be elected to the Royal Academy of the Arts, London. Jennifer Dickson was born in Piet Retief, the Republic of South Africa, in 1936. With her mother's moral and financial support (her father believed in traditional homemakers' roles for his four daughters), she went to England where she studied painting and printmaking at Goldsmith's College School of Art (University of London, England) from 1954 to 1959. From1960 to 1965, on a French Government scholarship, she was an associate of the prestigious graphic workshop, Atelier 17 in Paris, working with Stanley William Hayter. Hayter imparted upon Dickson an analytical rather than emotional approach to her work, as well as the importance of risk taking to discover new forms of expressions and techniques. Dickson went on to found and direct the graduate printmaking program at Brighton College of Art (now Brighton University), where she was instrumental in integrating photography into the program. By this point in her career, Dickson had already established an international reputation: Her etchings were published in a number of major thematic suites. In 1963, she was awarded the Prix des Jeunes Artistes pour Gravure at the Biennial de Paris, and her work, Genesis, was exhibited in the Prizewinners Salon of the Biennale de Paris in 1965. Dickson immigrated to Canada in 1969, where she directed the Graphics program at the Saidye Bronfman Center in Montreal (1970-71, 1981), and taught drawing at Concordia University. Since 1962, Dickson has had more than 60 solo exhibitions in six countries and has participated in more than 400 group exhibitions. Some of her more renowned exhibits include The Secret Garden (1975), Three Mirrors to Narcissus (1979), Sanctuary: A Landscape of the Mind (2005), which ran at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, England, and The Gods (2006), now part of the permanent collection at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. Dickson was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts, London, England in 1970, the only Canadian in the 200-year history of this prestigious institution to have been so honored. Dickson was named to the Order of Canada (CM) in 1995, and was awarded an honorary doctorate (LLD) in 1988 by the University of Alberta, Edmonton. In 2002, she was given the Victor Tolgesy Award for cultural leadership by the Council for the Arts in Ottawa. Also in that year, the National Archives of Canada established the Jennifer Dickson Fonds; the collection will eventually hold all of Dickson's original photographic material. Dickson lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. Selected List of Corporate, Private and Public Collections ?Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, ON?Art Gallery of Sudbury, Ontario?The Art Bank, Canada Council, Ottawa, Canada?The Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, Ontario?Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario?Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography?Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC?The London Museum, London, Ontario?Musée d'art contemporain, Montreal, Canada?Musée du Quebec, Canada?Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada?National Film Board of Canada National Gallery, Melbourne, Australia?National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada?The Still Photography Division, National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa?University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada?University of British Columbia, BC?University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB?Birmingham City Art Gallery, UK?British Museum, London, UK?City Art Gallery, London, UK?Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK?Portsmouth City Art Gallery, UK?Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK?South London Art Gallery, London, UK?Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK?University of Kent at Canterbury, UK?Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK?Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France?Palazzo Te, Mantua, Italy?University of West Indies, Jamaica?National Gallery of Art, Wellington, New Zealand?Museum of Contemporary Art, Fredrikstad, Norway?National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa?Ball State University, Indiana, USA?Chicago Art Institute, USA?The Cincinnati Museum of Art, Ohio, USA?Dallas Museum of Art, USA?Evelhjhem Art Centre, University of Wisconsin, USA?Metropolitan Museum, New York, USA?Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA?Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC, USA?Hermitage Museum, Lenningrad, Soviet Union?Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Selected List of Solo and Group Exhibitions 2014 Winter II, Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB Water Games: A Retrospective (1969-2014) of Images of Water in Garden Design, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2013 Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2012 Contemplative Moments: New Works by Jennifer Dickson, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON Contemplative Moments: New Works by Jennifer Dickson, Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2011 Romantic Idylls and Classical Dreams, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2009 From the Holy Mountain: A Journey through South-Eastern Anatolia, The Royal Academy of Arts, London, England 2006 The Thief of Time, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2001 Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 2000 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? Golin-Harris International, New York, USA 1999 The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, Bankside Gallery, London, UK 1998 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa? Tatar-Alexander Photography, Toronto, Ontario? AT Kearney, London 1997 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The City Gallery, London, UK? Art Gallery of Sudbury, Ontario and tour to The Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery of Markham, Ontario? Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 1996 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The Gallery, Victoria Woolen Mill, Almonte, Ontario? The City Gallery, London, UK 1995 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? Royal Academy of Arts (Print Room)? The Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia and tour to Estevan National Exhibition Centre, Estevan, Saskatchewan; Moose Jaw Art Museum and National Exhibition Centre, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, Saskatchewan. 1994 Joseph D Carrier Gallery of the Columbus Centre of North York, Ontario 1993 The Last Silence, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The Ottawa Art Gallery, Arts Court, Canada? Centro Internzionale D'Arte E Cultura, Palazzo Te, Mantua, Italy and tour to Il Centro Culturale Canadese, Piazza Cardelli, Rome, Italy; The Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario? Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario (Retrospective 1963-1993) 1992 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario and tour to Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto, Ontario and Alex Fraser Galleries, Vancouver, British Columbia 1991 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario and tour to Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto, Ontario and Paul Kuhn Fine Arts, Galgary, Alberta? The Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta 1990 WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay Arts Centre, Ontario and tour to Temiskaming Art Gallery, Haileybury, Ontario? Burlington Cultural Centre, Burlington, Ontario and tour to Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario Selected List of Awards and Prizes 1980 A Biennale Prize at the 5th Norwegian International Print Biennale 1978 The Walter Moos Award at the First Canadian Biennale of Prints and Drawings 1973 The George A Reid Award, Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers? A Special Edition Purchase Award, World Print Competition, San Francisco Museum of Art 1963 Prix des Jeunes Artistes pour Gravure, Paris Biennale Selected Links Royal Academy of Arts Jennifer Dickson Lecture Series 2003: The Sophisticated Traveller Jennifer Dickson's The Thief of Time, 2006 The Canadian Encyclopedia: Jennifer Dickson

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JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A., GILDED ENTRAPMENT: MELBOURNE HALL, HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 11/30 IN PENCIL TO BOTTOM MARGIN, Image 13.5

Lot 224: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A., GILDED ENTRAPMENT: MELBOURNE HALL, HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 11/30 IN PENCIL TO BOTTOM MARGIN, Image 13.5" x 20" - 34.3 x 50.8 cm.

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Description: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A. GILDED ENTRAPMENT: MELBOURNE HALL HAND TINTED PHOTO ETCHING; SIGNED, TITLED AND NUMBERED 11/30 IN PENCIL TO BOTTOM MARGIN Image 13.5" x 20" -- 34.3 x 50.8 cm. Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: JENNIFER JOAN DICKSON (1936 - ), R.A. "I want to reinforce a belief in beauty; in this way, every work I make is a statement." - Jennifer Dickson - Jennifer Dickson is one of Canada's most distinguished photographic artists. Her work focuses on two themes: the human form, challenging assumptions about gender and sexual roles in Western society; and, more recently, documenting and exploring the construction and destruction of man-made and natural landscape. Dickson is the only Canadian to be elected to the Royal Academy of the Arts, London. Jennifer Dickson was born in Piet Retief, the Republic of South Africa, in 1936. With her mother's moral and financial support (her father believed in traditional homemakers' roles for his four daughters), she went to England where she studied painting and printmaking at Goldsmith's College School of Art (University of London, England) from 1954 to 1959. From1960 to 1965, on a French Government scholarship, she was an associate of the prestigious graphic workshop, Atelier 17 in Paris, working with Stanley William Hayter. Hayter imparted upon Dickson an analytical rather than emotional approach to her work, as well as the importance of risk taking to discover new forms of expressions and techniques. Dickson went on to found and direct the graduate printmaking program at Brighton College of Art (now Brighton University), where she was instrumental in integrating photography into the program. By this point in her career, Dickson had already established an international reputation: Her etchings were published in a number of major thematic suites. In 1963, she was awarded the Prix des Jeunes Artistes pour Gravure at the Biennial de Paris, and her work, Genesis, was exhibited in the Prizewinners Salon of the Biennale de Paris in 1965. Dickson immigrated to Canada in 1969, where she directed the Graphics program at the Saidye Bronfman Center in Montreal (1970-71, 1981), and taught drawing at Concordia University. Since 1962, Dickson has had more than 60 solo exhibitions in six countries and has participated in more than 400 group exhibitions. Some of her more renowned exhibits include The Secret Garden (1975), Three Mirrors to Narcissus (1979), Sanctuary: A Landscape of the Mind (2005), which ran at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, England, and The Gods (2006), now part of the permanent collection at the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. Dickson was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts, London, England in 1970, the only Canadian in the 200-year history of this prestigious institution to have been so honored. Dickson was named to the Order of Canada (CM) in 1995, and was awarded an honorary doctorate (LLD) in 1988 by the University of Alberta, Edmonton. In 2002, she was given the Victor Tolgesy Award for cultural leadership by the Council for the Arts in Ottawa. Also in that year, the National Archives of Canada established the Jennifer Dickson Fonds; the collection will eventually hold all of Dickson's original photographic material. Dickson lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. Selected List of Corporate, Private and Public Collections ?Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University, Kingston, ON?Art Gallery of Sudbury, Ontario?The Art Bank, Canada Council, Ottawa, Canada?The Art Gallery of Brant, Brantford, Ontario?Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario?Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography?Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC?The London Museum, London, Ontario?Musée d'art contemporain, Montreal, Canada?Musée du Quebec, Canada?Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada?National Film Board of Canada National Gallery, Melbourne, Australia?National Gallery, Ottawa, Canada?The Still Photography Division, National Film Board of Canada, Ottawa?University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada?University of British Columbia, BC?University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB?Birmingham City Art Gallery, UK?British Museum, London, UK?City Art Gallery, London, UK?Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK?Portsmouth City Art Gallery, UK?Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK?South London Art Gallery, London, UK?Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK?University of Kent at Canterbury, UK?Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK?Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France?Palazzo Te, Mantua, Italy?University of West Indies, Jamaica?National Gallery of Art, Wellington, New Zealand?Museum of Contemporary Art, Fredrikstad, Norway?National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa?Ball State University, Indiana, USA?Chicago Art Institute, USA?The Cincinnati Museum of Art, Ohio, USA?Dallas Museum of Art, USA?Evelhjhem Art Centre, University of Wisconsin, USA?Metropolitan Museum, New York, USA?Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA?Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC, USA?Hermitage Museum, Lenningrad, Soviet Union?Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje Selected List of Solo and Group Exhibitions 2014 Winter II, Wallace Galleries, Calgary, AB Water Games: A Retrospective (1969-2014) of Images of Water in Garden Design, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2013 Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2012 Contemplative Moments: New Works by Jennifer Dickson, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON Contemplative Moments: New Works by Jennifer Dickson, Summer Exhibition, the Royal Academy of the Arts, London, England 2011 Romantic Idylls and Classical Dreams, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2009 From the Holy Mountain: A Journey through South-Eastern Anatolia, The Royal Academy of Arts, London, England 2006 The Thief of Time, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON 2001 Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 2000 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? Golin-Harris International, New York, USA 1999 The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, Bankside Gallery, London, UK 1998 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa? Tatar-Alexander Photography, Toronto, Ontario? AT Kearney, London 1997 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The City Gallery, London, UK? Art Gallery of Sudbury, Ontario and tour to The Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery of Markham, Ontario? Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 1996 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The Gallery, Victoria Woolen Mill, Almonte, Ontario? The City Gallery, London, UK 1995 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? Royal Academy of Arts (Print Room)? The Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, British Columbia and tour to Estevan National Exhibition Centre, Estevan, Saskatchewan; Moose Jaw Art Museum and National Exhibition Centre, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, Saskatchewan. 1994 Joseph D Carrier Gallery of the Columbus Centre of North York, Ontario 1993 The Last Silence, Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario? The Ottawa Art Gallery, Arts Court, Canada? Centro Internzionale D'Arte E Cultura, Palazzo Te, Mantua, Italy and tour to Il Centro Culturale Canadese, Piazza Cardelli, Rome, Italy; The Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario? Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario (Retrospective 1963-1993) 1992 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario and tour to Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto, Ontario and Alex Fraser Galleries, Vancouver, British Columbia 1991 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario and tour to Galerie Dresdnere, Toronto, Ontario and Paul Kuhn Fine Arts, Galgary, Alberta? The Nickle Arts Museum, University of Calgary, Alberta 1990 WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay Arts Centre, Ontario and tour to Temiskaming Art Gallery, Haileybury, Ontario? Burlington Cultural Centre, Burlington, Ontario and tour to Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, Ontario Selected List of Awards and Prizes 1980 A Biennale Prize at the 5th Norwegian International Print Biennale 1978 The Walter Moos Award at the First Canadian Biennale of Prints and Drawings 1973 The George A Reid Award, Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers? A Special Edition Purchase Award, World Print Competition, San Francisco Museum of Art 1963 Prix des Jeunes Artistes pour Gravure, Paris Biennale Selected Links Royal Academy of Arts Jennifer Dickson Lecture Series 2003: The Sophisticated Traveller Jennifer Dickson's The Thief of Time, 2006 The Canadian Encyclopedia: Jennifer Dickson

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GRACE NICKEL (1956 - ), R.C.A., UNTITLED, 9.5

Lot 45: GRACE NICKEL (1956 - ), R.C.A., UNTITLED, 9.5" x 16" x 2.5" - 24.1 x 40.6 x 6.4 cm.

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Description: GRACE NICKEL (1956 - ), R.C.A. UNTITLED clay, 9.5" x 16" x 2.5" -- 24.1 x 40.6 x 6.4 cm., incised signature Provenance: Galerie Barbara Silverberg, Montreal, QC Note: GRACE NICKEL (1956 - ), R.C.A Grace Nickel received her B.F.A. (Ceramics) from the University of Manitoba in 1980 and her M.F.A. from NSCAD University, Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2008. Her work is internationally recognized and she has received numerous awards in overseas competitions, as well as Manitoba Arts Council and Canada Council arts awards. In 1989, Nickel won the Bronze Award at the 2nd International Ceramics Competition in Mino, Japan. She has also had works accepted into The Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award in Auckland, New Zealand and was shown in the 1992 International Invitational Exhibition of Ceramic Art in Taipei, Taiwan, where her work was purchased for the National Museum of History. In 1993 she participated in Selected Treasures, an exhibition organized by the Canadian Craft Museum in Vancouver, which traveled to Taipei, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Chicago and Toronto. In the summer of 1999, Nickel traveled to Australia where she was invited to demonstrate her work in paper clay and to present a lecture at Edge, the 9th National Ceramic Conference in Perth. While there, she participated in several exhibitions that took place in conjunction with the conference. In 2000 Nickel won a Judge's Special Award in the prestigious Sixth Taiwan Golden Ceramics Awards competition. The Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum subsequently purchased Nickel's award-winning piece for its permanent collection. In 2002 the Winnipeg Art Gallery nominated Nickel for the Saidye Bronfman Award, the most prestigious award for fine craft in Canada. Nickel is Professor of Ceramics at the School of Art of the University of Manitoba. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Cambrian Credit Union Canadian Ceramic Museum, Fuping, China Claridge Collection, Montréal, QC Government of Manitoba Manitoba Arts Council Visual Art Bank Manitoba Blue Cross Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu, Tajimi-shi, Japan National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan Tainan National University of the Arts, Tainan County, Taiwan Yingge Ceramics Museum, Yingge, Taiwan Selected Solo Exhibitions 2008 Devastatus Rememorari, Mary E. Black Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia 2002 A Quiet Passage, Grace Nickel--solo exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, curated by Helen Delacretaz, Curator of Decorative Art and Fine Contemporary Craft at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, exhibition catalogue 1996 Commissioned Works for a cabin on Lake of the Woods, Ontario--solo exhibition of 16 commissioned works before permanent installation, Ace Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba 1987 Overlay, Ace Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba--solo exhibition Selected Group Exhibitions 2007 Inaugural Exhibition of the Canadian Ceramic Museum, Fuping, China 2004 The First Taiwan Ceramic Biennale 2004, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Yingge, Taiwan; Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung, Taiwan 2003 Ceramic Lantern Exhibition, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan 2000 The Sixth Taiwan Golden Ceramics Awards, i Yingge Ceramics Museum, Yingge, Taiwan Thick as a Brick: By the Flue, traveling exhibition of ceramics NCECA (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), Denver, Colorado; Manitoba Crafts Council Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba; and Saskatchewan Craft Gallery, Saskatoon, SK 1999 Diverse: Delegates' Exhibition, The Western Australian School of Art, Design & Media Gallery, Perth, Australia Edge to Edge: Ceramics from Australia and Canada, Perth Galleries, Perth, Australia 1997 Remotely Inspired: Pottery Workshop and Showroom, Hong Kong 1995 Ground/Connection, traveling exhibition Minneapolis, Minnesota; St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, St. Norbert, MB Clay in Canada: North by Northwest, traveling exhibition, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesot; Manitoba Crafts Council Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 1993 Selected Treasures, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC; The Gallery of the Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan; Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong; Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois; Koffler Gallery, North York, ON 1992 1992 International Invitational Exhibition of Ceramic Art, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan Fletcher Challenge Ceramics Award, Auckland Museum, Auckland, New Zealand--juried international exhibition 1989 The 2nd International Ceramics Competition '89 Mino, Japan, Special Exhibition Hall, Tajimi City, Japan Selected National Exhibitions 2006 Matter of Clay II, Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery, London, Ontario--invitational exhibition 2005 In the Margins: Canadian Women Working In Clay, an exhibition at the Mary E. Black Gallery, Nova Scotia Centre for Craft and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, exhibition curated by Alex McCurdy of Halifax; the second venue for the exhibition was at the Jonathon Bancroft-Snell Gallery in London, Ontario 2003 Genius Loci, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, Ontario--10th anniversary invitational exhibition 1992 A Treasury of Canadian Craft, Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver, BC--invitational exhibition 1990 4th National Biennial of Ceramics, Manoir de Tonnancour, Trois-Rivières, Quebec--juried national exhibition 1989 Ten Artists: Ten Provinces, Harbourfront Festival of Craft & Design 10th Anniversary Exhibition, York Quay Gallery, Harbourfront, Toronto, Ontario--invited to be Manitoba's representative Recent Work, Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montréal, Québec--four-person Selected Exhibitions in Manitoba 2008 Subconscious City, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba 2005 Branching Out, Manitoba Craft Council Exhibition Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 10th Anniversary Exhibition--Site Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba 2004 Robert Archambeau: Artist, Teacher, Collector, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB 2003 In Site, Recent Work By New Faculty At The University of Manitoba School of Art, Site Gallery, Winnipeg, MB Ceramics Faculty Exhibition, Adelaide/McDermot Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 2000 Clay at the Crossroads, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB 1999 Winnipeg House Exhibition of Manitoba Art, City Hall, Winnipeg, MB 1995 Ground/Connection, St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, MB 1993 The First Decade Show, Ace Art, Winnipeg, MB 1992 Rooms To Let: Decorated/Undecorated, St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, St. Norbert, MB Contemporary Focus: Studio Ceramics, Silver and Glass, Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB 1989 Manitoba Artists Honored in Japan, Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg, MB Selected Awards and Honors 2007 China Residency - one of ten artists invited to represent Canada in the FLICAM (Fule International Ceramic Art Museums) project at the Fuping Pottery Art Village near X'ian, China - Canadian contingent created the charter collection and attended the inaugural opening of the new Canadian Ceramic Museum in Fuping - works remain on view as part of the permanent collection of the Museum Canada Council Travel Grant MFA Scholarship, NSCAD University, Halifax, Nova Scotia Manitoba Arts Council Bursary for MFA studies at NSCAD University, Halifax, Nova Scotia 2006 MFA Scholarship, NSCAD University, Halifax, Nova Scotia Manitoba Arts Council Bursary for MFA studies at NSCAD University, Halifax, Nova Scotia 2005 Major Arts Award, Manitoba Arts Council 2003 International Residency, Taiwan--one of ten artists selected to participate in the International Large Outdoor Ceramic Lantern Workshop at Tainan National University of the Arts, a program organized and sponsored by the Yingge Ceramics Museum, Yingge, Taiwan--the lanterns are now in the Yingge Ceramic Museum's permanent collection 2002 Nominated for Saidye Bronfman Award--nominated by the Winnipeg Art Gallery 2001 Canada Council Craft Grant (mid-career) 2000 Judge's Special Award: The Sixth Taiwan Golden Ceramics Awards, international juried competition--the Yingge Ceramics Museum, Yingge, Taiwan--award-winning piece purchased for the museum's permanenf collection 1999 Invited Adjunct Research Fellow, Curtin University of Technology, Ceramics and Glass Department, School of Art, Perth, Western Australia 1996 Banff Centre Scholarship - The Banff Centre For The Arts, Banff, Alberta: New Works Residency, Media & Visual Arts 1993 Purchase for National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, 1993--piece purchased out of The International Invitational Exhibition of Ceramic Art, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC 1991 Banff Centre Scholarship - The Banff Centre For The Arts, Banff, Alberta: Ceramic Residency Program 1989 Bronze Award: The 2nd International Ceramics Competition '89, Mino, Japan, international juried competition, exhibition held in the Special Exhibition Hall of Tajimi City, Japan Selected Links gracenickel.ca

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PATRICK LANDSLEY (1926 - ), DELPHI, MIXED MEDIA ON MASONITE; SIGNED, DATED '86 AND TITLED VERSO, 59.5

Lot 312: PATRICK LANDSLEY (1926 - ), DELPHI, MIXED MEDIA ON MASONITE; SIGNED, DATED '86 AND TITLED VERSO, 59.5" x 48.5" - 151.1 x 123.2 cm.

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Description: PATRICK LANDSLEY (1926 - )DELPHIMIXED MEDIA ON MASONITE; SIGNED, DATED '86 AND TITLED VERSO59.5" x 48.5" - 151.1 x 123.2 cm.Exhibited:Diana Archibald, Montreal, QCNote:PATRICK LANDSLEY (1926 - )Patrick Landsley was born in 1926 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He studied at the Winnipeg School of Art from 1947 to 1949 under Lemoine Fitzgerald and Joseph Placket, and at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts from 1950 to 1951 under Arthur Lismer, Jacques de Tonnancour and Gordon Webber.In 1951 Landsley was awarded a Canada Foundation Scholarship and studied in Paris at the Académie Montmartre under Fernand Léger; also at the Académie Ranson under Gustave Singier. After two and a half years in Europe, he returned to Canada and settled in Montreal, where he taught for Arthur Lismer at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Landsley's paintings were primarily influenced by the teachings of Gustave Singier and later the School of Paris. and, in 1956, became a member of the newly formed Non-Figurative Artists' Association, with whom he exhibited until 1961, when the group disbanded. In 1966, Landsley was a founding member of the Department of Fine Arts at Concordia University, which became a faculty two years later. He was a professor at the University for 30 years. Landsley has participated in a number of solo and group exhibitions across Canada since 1957, and his work is included in prominent corporate and public collections. Upon his retirement in 1996, Landsley moved to Ontario, finally settling in St. Thomas. Selected Corporate, Private and Public CollectionsC.I.L. Collection of ArtCanada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ONCITICORPS, Toronto-New YorkClaridge Collection, Montreal, QCConcordia Collection of Art, Montreal, QCConfederation Center Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, PEIFairview Limited Collection of Art, Montreal, QCLoto-QuebecMcGill University, Montreal, QCMcMichael Collection of Art, Kleinburg, ONMuseum of Province of Quebec Art BankSir George Williams of Art Galleries, Montreal, QCTeleglobe, Montreal, QCToronto - Dominion Bank, Toronto, ONToronto Star, Executive OfficeUniversité du Québec à Montréal, Collection d'ArtUniversity of Waterloo Art Collection, ONSelected Solo Exhibitions 2012Recent Works, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC2008Time Lapse, Winchester Galleries, Victoria, BC2005Glenhurst Gallery of Brant, Brantford, ONWinchester Galleries, Victoria, BC2002Tiffany Gallery, Woodstock, ON2001St. Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre.1998The Byrne Gallery, Middleburg, VA1997Thielsen Gallery, London, ON1996Titanium Gallery, Athens1993Palardy Gallery, Montreal1987Art XXieme Siecle, Montreal, QC1984Kasper Art Gallery, Toronto, ON1982Galerie Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC1980 - 81 One Man Traveling ShowDrawings and CollagesTraveled through Maritimes1979Galerie Saint-Denis, Montreal, QC1977Merton Gallery, Toronto, ON1975Galerie de Montreal1973Weissman Gallery, Concordia1967Maison D'Acceuil, Expo '67, Montreal, QC1966Fleet Gallery, Winnipeg1964Penthouse Gallery, Montreal, QC1960McGill University, Montreal, QC1959Delrue Gallery, Montreal, QCSelected Two-Man Exhibition2009Thielsen Gallery, London, ON with Francis Caprani2008St. Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre, with Patrick Thibert2006Winchester Galleries , Victoria , B.C. with David Blackwood1966Bonsecours Gallery, Montreal1963Galerie Dresdnere, Montreal 1966Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Gallery X111962Two-Man National Gallery of Canada, Travelling Exhibition Series IX1957Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Gallery Xll Selected Group Exhibitions2013New Paintings and Drawings, Featuring Patrick Landsley, Thielsen Gallery, London, ON1994Titanium Gallery, Athens, Greece1992100 years of Laurentian Painting, Galerie du Palais, St. Jerome, QC1980 - 81 Titanium Gallery, Athens, Greece1980 - 81 Galerie Saint-Denis.1979Gallery One, Toronto, ON1978Bau-XI Gallery, Toronto, ONLandscapes, London Regional Art Gallery.Art Gallery of Ontario.Merton Gallery, Toronto, ONGalerie Saint-Denis, Montreal.C.I.I. Collection of Art, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.1977The Laurentians, Paintings In a Landscape, Travelling Exhibition, Ontario, Quebec, Paris, organized by the Art Gallery of Ontario.Sussex Gallery, Ottawa.Winnipeg Art Gallery , ConcordiaUniversity, Faculty Exhibition1976Gallerie Saint-DenisMerton GalleryRealities, Place des Arts, Montreal1975Calgary Allied Arts CouncilSelected Prizes and Awards1970Canada Council Grant1967Canada Council Grant1966Canada Council Grant1955Prizewinner: Annual Winnipeg Show1951Canadian Foundation Bursary for Study in Paris.

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Cyril Joshua Ross OBE ROI, British 1891-1973- ''Se

Lot 358: Cyril Joshua Ross OBE ROI, British 1891-1973- ''Se

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April 25, 2015, 10:00 AM GMT

West Norwood, United Kingdom

Estimated Price: £150 - £200

Description: Cyril Joshua Ross OBE ROI, British 1891-1973- ''Self-Portrait''; oil on board, signed, 64.3x54.6cm, (may be subject to Droit de Suite) Note: Cyril Joshua Ross was treasurer of the Ben Uri Art Society and Jewish National Fund, and a confidant of Alfred Wolmark. A highly comparable portrait of Wolmark painted by Ross is in the collection of the Ben Uri Gallery, London.

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ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ), UNTILTED, height 18.5

Lot 162: ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ), UNTILTED, height 18.5" - 47 cm.

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April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD150 - CAD200

Description: ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ) UNTILTED clay, condition noted, missing lid, height 18.5" -- 47 cm., impressed seal mark, circa 1987 Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ) Robert Flynn was born in Teaneck, New Jersey in 1944. He received his B.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1970 and his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1972. He moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1973, where he taught at the School of Art, University of Manitoba, alongside Robert Archambeau. Flynn eventually became Professor and Head of Ceramics at the school until his retirement in 2002. Flynn, known for his functional ware and low-fired salt glazes, has exhibited across Canada and the United States, in New Zealand and South Korea. His work is included in collections across North America, and in 1993, he was nominated for the Saidye Bronfman Award. Flynn is presently a studio artist living in Helena, Montana. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT Cameron Gallery, Winnipeg MB Claridge Collection, Montreal PQ First Trust Bank, Minneapolis MN Friendship Wall, NAU, Flagstaff AZ MacKenzie Art Gallery Collection, Regina SK Mills College Collection, Oakland CA Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff AZ Red Deer College, Red Deer AB Residential tile installation, (Adams), Otterburne, MB Residential tile installation, (Blakeman-Welch/Panych), Winnipeg, MB Russell Museum, Great Falls MT The Lee Sclar Gallery, Portland OR University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Selected Solo Exhibitions 2002 Around Function, SITE Gallery, Winnipeg MB 1986 Recent Ceramic Works, Culpepper Gallery, Calgary AB 1985 Changes, Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg MB 1982 Lindor Gallery, Winnipeg MB Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg MB 1980 Yamato House, Lenox, MA 1979 Lewistown Gallery, Lewistown MT Butte-Silverbow Gallery, Butte MT 1978 Atelier Ladywood, Ladywood MB 1976 Ellis East Gallery, Toronto ON 1975 Young Designers, Winnipeg MB Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg MB 1974 Cameron Gallery, Winnipeg MB 1973 Ketterer Gallery, Bozeman MT Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 1971 Crafts Gallery, Leverett MA Selected Invitational Events 2012 Montana by the Sea, Stewart Kummer Gallery, Gualala CA 2011 Archie Bray International, Helena MT; Studio Tour 2004 CERAM*A*RAMA; Celebrating Clay, Phoenix AZ Red Sky Studio: Former Archie Bray Residents, Spokane WA 2002 Archie Bray Benefit Auction, Helena MT 2001 Clay Odyssey (Auction), Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 1999 Clay at the Crossroad: Directions in Contemporary Ceramics, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Contemporary Manitoba Clay, SITE, Winnipeg MB Archie Bray Benefit Auction, Helena MT Ceramic Reunion Exhibition, Ohio State University, Columbus OH 1997 Claridge Collection, American Crafts Museum, NYC Hearts and Humans Charity Invitational, Helena MT 1996 Third Oregon Clay Invitational, Renshaw Gallery, McMinnville, OR 1995 Winter Showcase, Holter Museum of Art, Helena MT Art at Terminal 3, Toronto ON The Entirely Approachable Art Auction Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1994 The Archie Bray Foundation, I/O Gallery, New Orleans LA Containment: The Space Within, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo ON Bray Foundation Directors/Residents, Joanne Rapp Gallery, Scottsdale AZ 1993 Bronfman Award Nominees, Winnipeg MB NCECA International Invitational Traveling Ashtray Show, San Diego CA Clay North, Northern Arizona University Museum, Flagstaff AZ 1990 Kanadisk Keramikk, International Ceramics Symposium, Oslo, Norway Archie Bray Exhibition, Maveety Gallery, Portland OR Canada Collects, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo ON 1989 Premiere Exhibition, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo ON KECSKEMET/CANADA, Montreal PQ Teapots, Prime Gallery, Toronto ON CLAYAZART, Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff AZ 1988 1000 Miles Apart '88, Unlimited Art, Winnipeg MB The Canadians Are Coming ..., Ohio State University, Columbus OH Fired Imagination, a Canadian-Australian Exchange touring international invitational. Venues include Winter Olympics, Calgary; World Crafts Council Conference, Sydney; Expo'88, Brisbane, Toowoomba, Queensland From Canada, Lee Sklar Gallery, NJ Live From Canada, Edmonton AB Apropos Design, Main Access, Winnipeg MB 1987 1000 Miles Apart '87, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB 75th Anniversary, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Series '87, Red Deer AB Fresh Clay, Nash Gallery, Minneapolis MN 1986 International Exhibition..., Seoul, South Korea Canadian National..., Paris Gibson Gallery, Great Falls MT 1985 The Teapot Show, Shelley Tadman Gallery, Winnipeg MB 1984 Canadian Clay Eh!, Calgary AB Tour du Canada, Montreal PQ 1983 Teapot Invitational, Rubiyat Gallery, Calgary AB 1982 Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 1981 Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg MB 1979 Danco Art Gallery, Northampton MA 1977 Manitoba Craftsmen, Winnipeg MB 1976 Faces of Canada, Montreal PQ 1975 Potters of Western Canada, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby BC Winnpipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg MB 1971 Supermud, Pennsylvania State University, State College PA Selected Juried Exhibitions 2006 The Teapot: Form and Function, Oregon Potters Association NCECA, Portland OR 1993 A Taste of the Claridge Collection, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo,ON 1992 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal PQ 1990 N.C.E.C.A. Members Exhibition (traveling exhibition), Cincinnati OH 4th National Biennial of Ceramics (traveling exhibition), Trois Riviere PQ 1989 Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg MB 1984 Reflections on Three Plains, Winnipeg MB 1976 National Ceramics, Calgary AB 1973 Crafts and Craftsmen, Great Falls MT Northwest Craftsmen, Henry Gallery, Seattle WA 1972 THINGS, Boston MA National Student Clay Today, Iowa City IA Southern Tier Crafts, Corning NY New York Crafts, Ithaca NY Providence Art Show, Providence RI 1971 Providence Junior College, Providence RI 1967-69 Leverett Art Gallery, Leverett MA Selected Grants and Awards 1989 Manitoba Nominee - Bronfman Foundation Award 1986 University of Manitoba Special Travel Grant 1986 Manitoba Arts Council Travel Grant 1977 Manitoba Research Council 1973 Manitoba Research Council 1972 Juror's Award; State of New York Selected Links Red Lodge Clay Center

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ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ), UNTITLED, height 15

Lot 163: ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ), UNTITLED, height 15" - 38.1 cm., diameter 10.5" - 26.7 cm.

by Waddington's

April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD200 - CAD300

Description: ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ) UNTITLED stoneware, height 15" -- 38.1 cm., diameter 10.5" -- 26.7 cm., applied seal mark, circa 1997 Provenance: Purchased directly from the artist Note: ROBERT 'IRISH' FLYNN (1944 - ) Robert Flynn was born in Teaneck, New Jersey in 1944. He received his B.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1970 and his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1972. He moved to Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1973, where he taught at the School of Art, University of Manitoba, alongside Robert Archambeau. Flynn eventually became Professor and Head of Ceramics at the school until his retirement in 2002. Flynn, known for his functional ware and low-fired salt glazes, has exhibited across Canada and the United States, in New Zealand and South Korea. His work is included in collections across North America, and in 1993, he was nominated for the Saidye Bronfman Award. Flynn is presently a studio artist living in Helena, Montana. Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT Cameron Gallery, Winnipeg MB Claridge Collection, Montreal PQ First Trust Bank, Minneapolis MN Friendship Wall, NAU, Flagstaff AZ MacKenzie Art Gallery Collection, Regina SK Mills College Collection, Oakland CA Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff AZ Red Deer College, Red Deer AB Residential tile installation, (Adams), Otterburne, MB Residential tile installation, (Blakeman-Welch/Panych), Winnipeg, MB Russell Museum, Great Falls MT The Lee Sclar Gallery, Portland OR University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Selected Solo Exhibitions 2002 Around Function, SITE Gallery, Winnipeg MB 1986 Recent Ceramic Works, Culpepper Gallery, Calgary AB 1985 Changes, Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg MB 1982 Lindor Gallery, Winnipeg MB Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg MB 1980 Yamato House, Lenox, MA 1979 Lewistown Gallery, Lewistown MT Butte-Silverbow Gallery, Butte MT 1978 Atelier Ladywood, Ladywood MB 1976 Ellis East Gallery, Toronto ON 1975 Young Designers, Winnipeg MB Gallery 1.1.1., Winnipeg MB 1974 Cameron Gallery, Winnipeg MB 1973 Ketterer Gallery, Bozeman MT Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 1971 Crafts Gallery, Leverett MA Selected Invitational Events 2012 Montana by the Sea, Stewart Kummer Gallery, Gualala CA 2011 Archie Bray International, Helena MT; Studio Tour 2004 CERAM*A*RAMA; Celebrating Clay, Phoenix AZ Red Sky Studio: Former Archie Bray Residents, Spokane WA 2002 Archie Bray Benefit Auction, Helena MT 2001 Clay Odyssey (Auction), Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 1999 Clay at the Crossroad: Directions in Contemporary Ceramics, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Contemporary Manitoba Clay, SITE, Winnipeg MB Archie Bray Benefit Auction, Helena MT Ceramic Reunion Exhibition, Ohio State University, Columbus OH 1997 Claridge Collection, American Crafts Museum, NYC Hearts and Humans Charity Invitational, Helena MT 1996 Third Oregon Clay Invitational, Renshaw Gallery, McMinnville, OR 1995 Winter Showcase, Holter Museum of Art, Helena MT Art at Terminal 3, Toronto ON The Entirely Approachable Art Auction Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, MN 1994 The Archie Bray Foundation, I/O Gallery, New Orleans LA Containment: The Space Within, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo ON Bray Foundation Directors/Residents, Joanne Rapp Gallery, Scottsdale AZ 1993 Bronfman Award Nominees, Winnipeg MB NCECA International Invitational Traveling Ashtray Show, San Diego CA Clay North, Northern Arizona University Museum, Flagstaff AZ 1990 Kanadisk Keramikk, International Ceramics Symposium, Oslo, Norway Archie Bray Exhibition, Maveety Gallery, Portland OR Canada Collects, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo ON 1989 Premiere Exhibition, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo ON KECSKEMET/CANADA, Montreal PQ Teapots, Prime Gallery, Toronto ON CLAYAZART, Northern Arizona State University, Flagstaff AZ 1988 1000 Miles Apart '88, Unlimited Art, Winnipeg MB The Canadians Are Coming ..., Ohio State University, Columbus OH Fired Imagination, a Canadian-Australian Exchange touring international invitational. Venues include Winter Olympics, Calgary; World Crafts Council Conference, Sydney; Expo'88, Brisbane, Toowoomba, Queensland From Canada, Lee Sklar Gallery, NJ Live From Canada, Edmonton AB Apropos Design, Main Access, Winnipeg MB 1987 1000 Miles Apart '87, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB 75th Anniversary, Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Series '87, Red Deer AB Fresh Clay, Nash Gallery, Minneapolis MN 1986 International Exhibition..., Seoul, South Korea Canadian National..., Paris Gibson Gallery, Great Falls MT 1985 The Teapot Show, Shelley Tadman Gallery, Winnipeg MB 1984 Canadian Clay Eh!, Calgary AB Tour du Canada, Montreal PQ 1983 Teapot Invitational, Rubiyat Gallery, Calgary AB 1982 Archie Bray Foundation, Helena MT 1981 Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg MB 1979 Danco Art Gallery, Northampton MA 1977 Manitoba Craftsmen, Winnipeg MB 1976 Faces of Canada, Montreal PQ 1975 Potters of Western Canada, Burnaby Art Gallery, Burnaby BC Winnpipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg MB Manitoba Theatre Centre, Winnipeg MB 1971 Supermud, Pennsylvania State University, State College PA Selected Juried Exhibitions 2006 The Teapot: Form and Function, Oregon Potters Association NCECA, Portland OR 1993 A Taste of the Claridge Collection, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo,ON 1992 25th Anniversary Exhibition, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal PQ 1990 N.C.E.C.A. Members Exhibition (traveling exhibition), Cincinnati OH 4th National Biennial of Ceramics (traveling exhibition), Trois Riviere PQ 1989 Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg MB 1984 Reflections on Three Plains, Winnipeg MB 1976 National Ceramics, Calgary AB 1973 Crafts and Craftsmen, Great Falls MT Northwest Craftsmen, Henry Gallery, Seattle WA 1972 THINGS, Boston MA National Student Clay Today, Iowa City IA Southern Tier Crafts, Corning NY New York Crafts, Ithaca NY Providence Art Show, Providence RI 1971 Providence Junior College, Providence RI 1967-69 Leverett Art Gallery, Leverett MA Selected Grants and Awards 1989 Manitoba Nominee - Bronfman Foundation Award 1986 University of Manitoba Special Travel Grant 1986 Manitoba Arts Council Travel Grant 1977 Manitoba Research Council 1973 Manitoba Research Council 1972 Juror's Award; State of New York Selected Links Red Lodge Clay Center

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ANN NEWDIGATE (1934 - ), NOMAD'S RESPITE, 44.5

Lot 137: ANN NEWDIGATE (1934 - ), NOMAD'S RESPITE, 44.5" x 74.5" - 113 x 189.2 cm.

by Waddington's

April 21, 2015, 1:00 PM EST

Toronto, ON, Canada

Estimated Price: CAD800 - CAD1,000

Description: ANN NEWDIGATE (1934 - )? NOMAD'S RESPITE tapestry (Gobelin style), 44.5" x 74.5" -- 113 x 189.2 cm., unsigned; sewn tag with typed title and dated 1983 Provenance: Mendel Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC Exhibited: Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK - Ann Newdigate Mills: "Look At This Way" Note: ANN NEWDIGATE (1934 - )? "I am interested in paradox and I am intentionally ambiguous. I like to think my work forces people to take a second look. I want to communicate the paradoxes of stereotyping -- the stereotyping of women and the decisions facing them -- whether to be passive or active, for instance -- and the stereotyping of art." - Ann Newdigate - Ann Newdigate was born in Grahamstown, South Africa in 1934. She studied African Studies and English Literature at the University of Cape Town, receiving her Bachelor of Arts in 1964. She moved to Canada in 1966 and studied at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon with artists including Eli Bornstein, Stan Day, Otto Rogers, Mina Forsyth, and Warren Peterson. She completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1975 and her Master of Fine Arts in 1986. Newdigate also studied tapestry in Scotland at the Edinburgh College of Art in the early 1980s and, upon her return to Canada, taught design, drawing, and art education at the University of Saskatchewan from 1982 to 1987. Newdigate has exhibited her tapestry work and drawings across Canada, as well as in the United States and Australia. She has also been involved in creating and sustaining arts communities over the course of her career, from making efforts to encourage recognition of the medium of tapestry, to co-founding Saskatoon's Shoestring Gallery, leading workshops and lectures in Saskatchewan, the United States, and Australia, helping to re-organize Blackflash magazine in 1997, and serving as a board member of the Saskatchewan Arts Board (1992-1995). Newdigate's work is part of numerous collections, including Canada Council Art Bank, the City of Regina, Mendel Art Gallery, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Toronto Dominion Bank, Ottawa City Hall, and Saskatchewan Arts Board. Ann Newdigate now lives and works on Hornby Island, British Columbia. ?Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections??Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, BC?Canada Council Art Bank?City of Regina, SK?Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC?Dunlop Gallery, Regina, SK?Guarantee Trust?Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK?Massey Foundation, Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, ON?Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?Mimi Livingstone, New York, NY?Saskatchewan Arts Board, Saskatoon, SK?Sasktel, Regina, SK?Toronto Dominion Bank University of Saskatchewan Selected Solo Exhibitions 2005 "Gullible's Travels: The Prints." Arbutus Arts, Hornby Island. 2003 The Lab 3.4: Ann Newdigate Familiars, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, BC? LAB Space.? Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. B.C.?1997 "Ciphers from the Muniments Room, curator: Anthony Kiendle, AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? Dunlop Gallery, Regina, AB?1996 Ciphers from the Muniments Room: Letter, Mount St. Vincent Gallery, Halifax, NS?1995 "Ciphers from the Muniments Room," Hart House Gallery, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON?1992 "Tapping Imperatives," Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, AB?1991 "Sentences" New York Center for Tapestry Arts, Soho, New York "Sentences: A Tapestry of Signs,"AKA Gallery, Saskatoon.?1990 "Look at it this way," Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, AB?1989 Look at it This Way, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, AB? Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, ON? Swift Current National Exhibition Centre.? Little Gallery, Prince Albert.? Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, AB? The Chapel Gallery, North Battleford, SK?1988 "Look at it this way", Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1986 Susan Whitney Gallery. Regina, SK? "Drawing Outside a Convention," Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK??1984 "Tapestry, drawing and a Sense of Place," Originated by MacKenzie Art Gallery? Gallery III, School of Art? University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB? Medicine Hat Art Gallery, AB? Art Gallery of the Whitehorse Public Gallery,Yukon? Kamloops Public Art Gallery, British Columbia.? National Exhibition Centre, Estevan, SK? Leaf Rapids National Exhibition Centre. MB? Moose Jaw Art Museum, SK.?1983 Prince Albert Art Centre, Saskatchewan?1982 Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK?1979 Dunlop Gallery's Glen Elm Branch, Regina, SK? Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? Prince Albert Art Centre, SK? National Exhibition Centre, Estevan, SK? Rosemont Gallery, Regina, SK?1977 Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1974 Mendel Art Gallery, Little Gallery, Saskatoon, SK ? Art Department Gallery (Now Gordon Snelgrove Gallery), University of Saskatchewan, SK ? Selected Group Exhibitions 1999 Time and All Things Possible, Drawing exhibition with Otto Rogers,Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1997 Truth or Consequences, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK? Or Gallery, Vancouver. B.C.?1992 Notions of Home, Edmonton Art Gallery?1990 Sentences and Emergency Declarations, Dunlop Art Gallery, SK?1982 Andrew Grant Gallery, Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland 2003 Handmade / Readymade, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK? Art Irritates Life, Comox Valley Art Gallery, BC?2002 If Images Speak a Thousand Words ...?, Round House Centre, Vancouver, BC? Dust on the Road: Canadian Artists in dialogue with Sahmat, Round House Centre, Vancouver, BC?2001 Rielisms, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB; Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK Decade, Monash University Gallery, Melbourne, Australia The Future of the Page, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? To Remain at a Distance (II), Open Space, Victoria, BC? Cultural Cross Currents: Contexts, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK?1999 To Remain at a Distance, Open Space, Victoria, BC?1998 Webs://, Textiles, and new Technology, University of California Davis? Idea Art, Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery. Regina, SK?1995 Prayer Rugs from the Antipodes, with Kate Derum, Australia and Gordon Crook,?New Zealand Sismographes International symposium and exhibitions, Galerie Lionel Groulx, St.Therese, QC? Faculty Exhibition, Gordon Snelgove Gallery, University of Saskatchewan? Destinations, Maison Hamel-Bruneau, Centre de la Diffusion Culturelle, Quebec City, QC?1994 Making and Meaning, Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, SK? Staging Identities II, Snelgrove Gallery, University of Saskatchewan?1993 Chicago New Art Forms Exposition.? Auto Body Parts, Susan Whitney Gallery? Anima Materia, Kenderdine Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1992 Expo '92, Valencia, Spain, From the Collection of the Canada Council Art Bank? Laughing Matters, Mendel Gallery Remembering and Telling: Stories of Identity and Location, Norman MacKenzie Gallery, Regina, SK??1991 Chicago New Art Forms Exposition?1990 Tapestry: The Narrative Voice, Center for Tapestry Arts, New York, NY? Contemporary Crafts Gallery, Portland, Oregon? Musee des Arts Decoratifs Du Montreal, QC? Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB? Soft Ground, Muttart Gallery, Calgary, AB Chicago New Art Forms Expositions?1989 Chicago New Art Forms Exposition? Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Regina Public Library, Dunlop Gallery, Regina, SK? Tapestry: the Narrative Voice, Aubusson, France. ?Metropolitan Museum, New York. Toured to: Morley Gallery, London, England, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, U.K.,The Center for Tapestry Arts, New York?1988 World Tapestry Today, Melbourne, Australia; toured in France and USA? Tapestry Movements, Textile Arts International, Inc. Minneapolis? Quiet Protest: Ideas, Art of this Province, AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? Chicago New Art Forms Exposition?1987 Chicago New Art Forms Exposition? Tapestry: Contemporary Imagery/Ancient Tradition - United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Paris Gibson Square, Center for Contemporary Visual Art; Great Falls, Montana?1986 Cheney Cowles Memorial Museum, Spokane, WA Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Bellingham. U.S.A. ?1986 Out of Saskatchewan: An exhibition of Contemporary Visual Art, Robson Square Gallery, Vancouver, BC; Rosemont Gallery, Regina, SK; Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? Fabrications, The John Black Aird Gallery, Toronto, ON?(Canada Council Art Bank Collection); Chateau de Tours, France; Lillihammer Museum, Norway?1985 Centre Culturel Canadien, Paris, France; Palais des Arts, Brest, France; Musee du Chateau des ducs de Bretagne, Nantes, France New Works, AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? New Acquisitions, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1984 Third Montreal Tapestry Bienniale, Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, QC? Saskatchewan Open, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? Graduate Students Show, Snelgrove Gallery, University of Saskatchewan? Neutral Ground, Neil Balkwill Civic Arts Centre, Regina, SK?1983 Visual Art and Language in Dialogue, AKA Gallery and Grain Magazine,? Contemporary Canadian Drawings, Norman MacKenzie Gallery. Regina, SK?1982 Two-Way Risk, AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1981 Recent Acquisitions from the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, SK?1980 Saskatchewan Open, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? 100% Rag, Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1979 Prairie Suite, Shoestring Gallery. Saskatoon, SK? A Foot in any Direction, Shoestring Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1978 Saskatchewan Arts Board Collection Exhibited, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK; Mendel Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1977 Saskatoon Jury Show, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK? Fibre, Dandelion Gallery, Calgary, AB? Works on paper, Dandelion Gallery, Calgary, AB?1976 To a Fine Art, Saskatchewan Fabric, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK?1975 Saskatoon Women Artists, Mendel Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1974 Threads and Fibres, Mendel Gallery, Saskatoon, SK?1972 Drawings by Eight Painters, Mendel Gallery, Little Gallery, Saskatoon, SK Selected Awards??Included in Canadian Who's Who?Life Time Achievement award from Saskatchewan Arts Board?"B" Grants from the Canada Council?"A" Grants from the Saskatchewan Arts Board?Department of External Affairs Travel grant: to be a keynote speaker at the International Tapestry Symposium, Melbourne, Australia?Saskatchewan Arts Board grant: to have a tapestry fabricated at the Victoria Tapestry Workshop, Melbourne, Australia?Honours scholarship from the University of Saskatchewan Selected Links annnewdigate.ca

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CHARLES BLACKMAN born 1928 Sunbather (1967) charcoal on paper on board

Lot 66: CHARLES BLACKMAN born 1928 Sunbather (1967) charcoal on paper on board

by Sotheby's Australia

April 28, 2015, 6:30 PM AEST

Sydney, Australia

Estimated Price: AUD25,000 - AUD35,000

Description: CHARLES BLACKMAN born 1928 Sunbather (1967) charcoal on paper on board 122 x 91.5 cm PROVENANCE David Sumner Galleries, Adelaide Private Collection, Adelaide, acquired from the above in 1974 EXHIBITED Charles Blackman: Fifty Drawings, Mornington Peninsula Art Centre, Mornington, 12 May 1972 Charles Blackman, David Sumner Galleries, Adelaide, March 1974 Charles Blackman: Schoolgirls and Angels: A Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 18 May - 22 August 1993, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 23 September - 21 November 1993, City Hall Art Gallery, Brisbane, 7 December 1993 - 27 January 1994, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, 5 March - 17 April 1994, no. 80 illustrated (label verso) LITERATURE Felicity St John Moore, Charles Blackman: Schoolgirls and Angels: A Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 1993, pp. 95 (illustrated), 136

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