Manitoba Craft Council Show, Tara Davis Studio, July 5 2013

Small Mediums at Large :: MCC’s 2013 Juried Exhibition

Authored by Manitoba Craft Council

Opening on Friday, July 5, 2013, 5-9 pm

Tara Davis Studio Boutique, 246 McDermot Ave
Exhibition runs from July 5-27, 2013.

Opening on August 8, 2013
Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba
Unit 2, 710 Rosser ave, Brandon, MB

From the Manitoba Craft Council Website: http://manitobacraft.ca

“Featuring work by 16 artists in a wide variety of craft media: Willy Carleton, Jan Hall, Tim Haughian, Takashi Iwasaki, Dana Kletke, Shawna Munro, Crystal Nykoluk, Keith Oliver, Kelli Rey, Sonja Rosenberg, Kelly Ruth, Hilary Smith, Diana Thorneycroft, Peter Tittenberger, Tricia Wasney, and Melanie Wesley.

As the title suggests, S/M/L is an exhibition of small craft works.  Creativity and playfulness in interpreting the theme were encouraged; humour, puns, and general silliness have ensued.  Psychic interventions – voices from the afterlife and predictions for the future – were also welcome.  S/M/L challenged artists to synthesize and compress their ideas and explorations, offering concentrated pieces that speak of bigger things.”

For more from each artist, follow the links:

Willy Carleton  :: Jan Hall  ::  Tim Haughian  ::  Takashi Iwasaki  ::  Dana Kletke  ::  Shawna Munro  ::  Crystal Nykoluk

Keith Oliver  ::  Kelli Rey  ::  Sonja Rosenberg  ::  Kelly Ruth  ::  Hilary Smith  ::  Diana Thorneycroft

Peter Tittenberger  ::  Tricia Wasney  ::  Melanie Wesley

tara davis studio boutique, Winnipeg Manitoba

 http://www.taradavis.ca

 

 

Peter Tittenberger’s amazing ceramic art

 

 

Hooray!

 

 

 

Manitoba Craft Council show at Tara Davis Studio, Winnipeg

 

 

Serena Keshavjee and Diana Thorneycroft

 

 

Tara Davis Studio, Winnipeg

 

Tara puts out the treats!

 

Melanie Wesley’s Linen, Wool, and Lace creation

 

 

Wooden Prince of Jupiter by Takashi Iwasaki

 

 

 

 

 

There are many fine treasures at Tara Davis’ boutique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All the Awards went to Peter Tittenberger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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