Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery

Connection x Connexion installed in main Gallery. Exhibition runs until March 15th, 2015

Paula Murray’s Connection |X| Connexion is an installation of suspended porcelain scrolls that explores themes of interconnection, individual and collective identity and the acquisition of wisdom. Resembling a series of interlinked bridges, the installation also evokes the unravelled inner rings of trees – nature’s scrolls that narrate the life history of trees and the eco-system of which they are a part. Murray’s transcendent installation grounds us in our own worldly fragility while alluding to humankind’s constant search for knowledge.

Christian Bernard Singer- Curator

Peace Studies, Bridge detail | 2014
Detail of Bridge to Peace Studies 


Au creux de mes mains, un bol

I-B003Hémisphère – a series of seven porcelain bowls, part of “Au creux de mes mains, un bol”

INVITATION - Super bols - 2014

“Au creux de mes mains, un bol”  features the work of 6 Québec ceramic artists and is one of a group of curated exhibitions that focuses on bowls. The exhibitions run until September 28th, 2014 in a beautiful Mill off the Old Kings Highway south of Québec City.

Connection x Connexion Solo Exhibition

Opens May 22nd, 2014  through  July 19th
Art-Image, Maison de la culture, Gatineau, Québec

An installation of suspended porcelain, exploring themes of interconnection, individual and collective identity and the acquisition of wisdom.

Studio Ceramics Canada

This site is a labour of love created by Barry Morrison.  It is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in the evolution of ceramics in Canada.

Open Studio October 19-20 & 26-27

Welcome to my annual open studio exhibition and sale. I will be showing recent developments in porcelain vessels and wall mounted works. I am looking forward to sharing my experience with you of my trip to South Korea, where I was invited to present a lecture on my work at the prestigious Gyeonngi International Ceramic Biennale.

774 Meech Lake Road, Chelsea, Quebec
about 20 minutes from Ottawa

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