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SE 2 EP 9 - Interview with Sierra Barber

Curator on the Go Podcast

Release Date: 01/12/2021

SE 02 EP 10 - Interview with Nadia Lassman  show art SE 02 EP 10 - Interview with Nadia Lassman

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Nadia Lassman is an international artist with showings in Toronto, New York, Miami, and Scottsdale, and her work has appeared in Vogue, House & Garden, World of Interiors, and House of Coco magazines. Lassman's work reflects the happiness she feels, the beauty of nature, and her joy in traveling. Her contemporary take on Impressionism is created by adding depth to her romantic pieces with tactile, textured effects, which she achieves through the application of layers of pigments, sand, and gels.

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SE 2 EP 9 - Interview with Sierra Barber  show art SE 2 EP 9 - Interview with Sierra Barber

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Sierra Barber is a Toronto-based Indigenous artist of Upper Mohawk/mixed ancestry. She graduated from OCAD University with a BFA in 2015, majoring in Sculpture & Installation with a minor in Indigenous Visual Culture Program. Sierra has been exploring the characteristics of wax as a medium for a decade, developing a process that allows full control over the material. She creates small meditative works where beads of hot wax are precisely applied and built up in layers to create intricate patterns.

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SE2 EP8 - Interview with Darlene Winfield show art SE2 EP8 - Interview with Darlene Winfield

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Art for award-winning Canadian artist Darlene Winfield is a way to communicate without words, a universal language she enjoys. Her style is representational while at times leaning into semi-abstract. Darlene resided abroad for many years. She was constantly sketching and dreaming of oil painting during that time. With the opportunity to finally oil paint large scale, Darlene immersed herself into her life as a full-time painter. Her work has been showcased at various locations and art galleries in Ontario.

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SE2 EP7 - Interview with Cherie Harte  show art SE2 EP7 - Interview with Cherie Harte

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Toronto-based artist Cherie Harte is best known for her experimentation. Her use of symbolism, as well as hidden and fractured images, draw the onlooker into multilayered portals of storytelling. Cherie also draws on her background in psychology, yoga, and reiki to delve into the human psyche through the lens of growth. ​

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SE 2 EP 6 - Interview with Mais Al-Sheikhly show art SE 2 EP 6 - Interview with Mais Al-Sheikhly

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Mais Al-Sheikhly began her career as an artist after having immigrated to Canada as a teenager from Iraq. The traumatic experience left her struggling to find the words to understand the world around her and she turned to art to create what she couldn’t express. With over a decade of experience, Mais has presented exhibitions locally & internationally and she continues to bring her ability to take traditional culture and concepts to create works that are abstract and imaginative in new and intriguing ways

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SE 2 EP 5 - Interview with Michelle Vella show art SE 2 EP 5 - Interview with Michelle Vella

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Canadian artist Michelle Vella is known for her bold, fun, and colourful works. From her studio in Toronto, Michelle Vella paints subjects that celebrate pop culture, feminism, fashion, and equality. Vella’s art has been exhibited in Canada and the United States and has been featured in publications such as Harper’s BAZAAR, W magazine, City Life Magazine, and The Washington Post. Her most popular works include her portraits of pop culture icons to Pop Food brands like Nutella and Kraft Dinner.

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SE 2. EP 4 - Interview with Amber Hahn show art SE 2. EP 4 - Interview with Amber Hahn

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Amber Hahn is an abstract mixed media artist based in Toronto, Canada. A five-year cancer survivor, Amber uses art to navigate the many emotions she experiences in her life journey. Her abstracts instill a sense of calm, with soft flowing colours, bright lines, and a splash of shimmering gold. Amber’s mission is to embody the spirit of happiness and light. through her work, in order to elicit the strongest of emotional bonds with her viewers. 

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SE2 EP3 - Interview with Sarah Carlson show art SE2 EP3 - Interview with Sarah Carlson

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Sarah Carlson (https://sarahcarlson.ca/) uses her training in painting and filmmaking to compose narratives around themes of nature, kinship, female identity, and humour. Her work spans painting, murals, sculpture, video and installation. Recent exhibitions include Gladstone Hotel,  Red Head Gallery,  Propeller and solo exhibitions at Gallery 1313 and Ignite Gallery. She lives in Burlington, Ontario and works in and around the greater Toronto and Hamilton area.

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SE 2 EP 2. Interview with Caroline Chorazy show art SE 2 EP 2. Interview with Caroline Chorazy

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Caroline Chorazy is a self-taught, Toronto based abstract artist specializing in acrylics and gold leaf. She draws her inspiration from natural elements in an attempt to capture organic movement and flow in all of her artwork. Her use of gold leaf and/or pigment gives each piece a unique gesture and ability to change appearance or shape in cohesion with the room and light.

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SE 2. EP 1 - Welcome to Season 2 show art SE 2. EP 1 - Welcome to Season 2

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Welcome to Season 2 of Curator on the Go Podcast. This episode is a get-back-together episode to give you some updates on what I am up to and answer some questions you've asked me. 

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Sierra Barber is a Toronto based Indigenous artist of Upper Mohawk/ mixed ancestry. She graduated from OCAD University with a BFA in 2015, majoring in Sculpture and Installation with a minor in the Indigenous Visual Culture Program. Sierra has been exploring the characteristics of wax as a medium for a decade, developing a process that allows full control over the material. She creates small scale, meditative works where beads of hot wax are precisely applied and built up in layers to create intricate patterns both planned and intuitive. Sierra’s professional practice has explored themes of preservation, transformation, identity, and the collection of memory.

Learn more about the artist: https://www.sierrabarber.com/

Learn more about the podcast and podcast host: http://curatoronthego.com/podcast/