(En) Marie Hélène Allain is a nun and a professional artist who sculpts stone into works of palpable life force.
As we age, our personal memory repositories are full of sensorial experiences and processes lived, witnessed and dreamed. I like to gather these experiences and create moments of questioning … – Linda Rae Dorman, 2010
I hope these images will be regarded as a visual song – a visual poem about maritime landscape. – David Umholtz, 2009
Torma translates contemporary content through traditional hand embroidery. Each piece is rooted in this heritage … – Anna Torma, 2008
Printmaker Dan Steeves won the Strathbutler Award in 2007. This award is in recognition of his a significant contribution to the visual arts in New Brunswick and to the broader cultural dialogue within the region. A Gallery of Dan Steeves’ work All posts on Dan Steeves Website: www.dansteeves.com In selecting Mr Steeves for this prestigious[…]
The objects I create are for use, whether contemplative or functional. They invite ritualistic moments such as burning incense, a prayer or sharing a meal. – Brigitte Clavette, 2006
My work is like a hunter. I go to a place and I try to have a strategy for doing a form or an image … – André Lapointe, 2005
I started using quite a bit of insects in my work because I was fascinated by the fact that everybody has a reaction to insects and how fear and nerves elevate as well as how a lot of superstitions come out of not really knowing about things. – Janice Wright Cheney, 2004