Every two years the Saskatchewan Craft Council (SCC) invites all Saskatchewan craftspeople to submit up to two hand-crafted items for Dimensions, open, juried, touring exhibition of contemporary craft in the province. This year (2019) the jurors selected an exhibition of 35 works by 35 craftspeople in the province. They selected these from 219 entries. Some of these 35 artists shared in over $12000 in awards for their works. Dimensions 2019 tours nationally until January 2021. To learn more see their website at
Dimensions was selected by Felecia Gay of Saskatoon Sask and Kye-Yeon Son of Halifax, NS. Felicia Gay is presently the curatator of Wanuskewin Heritage Park Galleries in Saskatoon. She has a Masters degree in art history from the University of Saskatoon . Kye-Yeon son has a Masters in fine arts from Indiana University. She has exhibited her work throughout the world and has won many awards for her art.
They were painted with black acrylic paint and then white. The white paint was sanded down to the black in places, leaving a swirling effect. The swirls reminded me of a prairie snow storm.
The cracks or checks are held together using copper and brass wire epoxied in place.
Made from green elm, copper and brass wire, acrylic paint, clear finish: turned painted and sanded.
The bows were turned fairly thin using green wood. The bottoms were left rounded so the bowls would not sit level. They were left to dry out for a week, causing them to warp and crack in places. (con't)