Akash Inbakumar is a Toronto-based Tamil-Singhalese Canadian Artist based in Toronto. Their interdisciplinary practice uses installation, costumes, and performance to explore ideas of world-bulding, mythology, and kinship; entering partnerships with multiple mediums, tools, and processes, they conceive material-kin. These kin represent a world where craft objects play the role of carrying family lineage and storytelling, compared to the colonial west’s nuclear family. Inbakumar is a recent graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design University and has shown work at The Robert Mclaughlin ...

Metal artist working primarily in sculpture with a background in ceramics as well as printmaking, living and working in New Brunswick

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Bill Greaves is a ceramic artist based in Prince Edward County.  His recent work focuses on hand built vessels.  He is also exploring bas-reflief in current work--trained as an architect, he is intersted in the intersection between craft and building. 

2015 - Stockholm,Sweden - Joanna Seating on Joanna'scouch, crochet hook in hand, my friend is teaching me the fundamental stitchesof chain, single, and double crochet. It was a modest beginning, but one thatignited a passion within me. What started as a casual hobby soon blossomed intoa profound form of meditation, providing solace and serenity.2023 - Bayfield,Huron County - DanielaLast November,enjoying the quiet at Daniela' place in Bayfield, I encountered a simple yetstriking piece of knitted yarn framed on her son's bedroom wall. After monthson leave from work for mental health reasons ...