Canada C3 is a legacy project marking 150th years since confederation, connecting Canadians on a 150 day expedition exploring our vast coastline from Toronto through the Northwest passage to Victoria. It is designed to inspire a deeper understanding of our land, our peoples and our country. I was honoured to be invited aboard Leg 8, sailing from Qikiqtarjuaq to Mittimatalik and asked to respond to this profoundly moving experience with my work. For a video recap of Leg 8 see my Ceramic Artist FB page or click here . I am planning opportunities to discuss this experience in the coming weeks. For details, please be in touch.
Paula Murray_Studio Magazine SS17
Review of You Are Me, by Victoria Henry, former Director Canada Council Art Bank
Paula Murray: You Are Me / Tu es moi
Guest Curator: Rachel Gotlieb
Opening Reception June 23, 2016 6 PM
June 24 – September 25, 2016
Artist Talk June 28, 6-7 PM
Ottawa Art Gallery
You Are Me IV, 2016
porcelain, original process,multiple firings_40 x 48 x 43cm
Paula Murray_ You Are Me_ EN_FR Statement
Rachel Gotlieb_ You Are Me
Video in studio of my work and process.
TI Thrilled to have Made the cover! Connect to the review by Christian Bernard Singer using the link below
Connection x Connexion (magazine cover & review)
CERAMIC ART & PERCEPTION, Issue 102 December
December 12 & 13th 2015, 10-5pm
774 Meech Lake Road
I need to make more space in my studio, so I will be holding a sale of some fine older work from my salt firing days at greatly reduced prices. My showroom is also brimming with current work, both large and small. You are welcome to stop in for a visit and refreshments and see if anything suits your fancy.
I received two awards at the Gala celebrating the cultural sector in the Outaouais region of Québec.
CALQ Prize for Work of the Year Presented for my exhibition Connection x Connexion. The prize was presented by Céline Lavallée, of the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.
Artist of the Year, presented by Yves Guillot, president of the Fondation pour les arts, les lettres et la culture en Outaouais.
May 24- April 31, 2015 Icheon, South Korea
Moving Towards the Light was selected for the GICB2015 International Competition. A total of 2,629 entries (by 1,470 applicants) were submitted from 74 countries around the world. 108 works comprise the exhibition.
I am grateful for the financial support of CALQ (Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec). Their funding helped with the shipping expenses, and will enable me to attend the opening of the exhibition along with the many other events organized around this major international ceramic biennale. https://www.kocef.org/eng/n02_biennale/2015/01_01.asp