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Lisa Creskey

When Horses Walked on Water was presented at the Craft Ontario Gallery in Toronto and explored the potential of clay as a sculptural medium as well as a painted surface, navigating the concepts of land, landscape, and belonging. Incorporating natural plant fibres and minerals found in the landscape further articulates the natural history of the Toronto area. Through clay, the work investigates how collective identity evolves with our sense of belonging to a landscape, and how we manufacture that belonging by transforming nature.

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When Horses Walked on Water was presented at the Craft Ontario Gallery in Toronto and explored the potential of clay as a sculptural medium as well as a painted surface, navigating the concepts of land, landscape, and belonging. Incorporating natural plant fibres and minerals found in the landscape further articulates the natural history of the Toronto area. Through clay, the work investigates how collective identity evolves with our sense of belonging to a landscape, and how we manufacture that belonging by transforming nature.

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