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Sun. June 23rd 10:00am - 4:00pm doors at 10:00am Six Artists: Art in an Oaklands Garden Cindy Gibson (ceramic artist), Sid Samphire (stoneware sculptor), Adele Samphire (potter), Lisa Samphire (glassblower), Jo Ludwig (glass and metal sculptor), Peggy Brackett (dichroic jeweller), Linda Rajotte (jeweller) @  1507 Westall Avenue (All Ages) Free
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Sat. May 11th 2019
Cindy Gibson, Ester Galac, Peggy Elmes, Darrel Hancock, Nora Lewin, Linda Vigliotti, Tony Mochizuki, Belle Leon, Laurie HashizumeKnox Presbyterian Church Hall (All Ages)
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Sun. June 10th 2018
7 Artists and Guests: Oaklands Garden Party Lisa Samphire, Cindy Gibson, Sid Samphire , Hermann Edler , Peggy Brackett, Jo Ludwig, Adele Samphire , Karina Kalvaitis, Jennifer McIntyre @  Lisa's Garden, 1507 Westall Ave, Victoria, BC (All Ages)
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Sat. May 12th 2018
Pacific Rim Potters Annual Spring Exhibition Debbie Elkins, Peggy Elmes, Ester Galac, Cindy Gibson, Darrel Hancock, Laurie Hashizumi, Nora Lewin, Tony Mochizuki, Linda Vigliotti @  Knox Church Hall 2964 Richmond Rd Victoria BC (All Ages)
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Cindy Gibson

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porcelain domestic-ware, lighting, garden art from Victoria BC

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Cindy Gibson
cgpottery@shaw.ca

I am a ceramic artist and potter with an interest in pattern, colour, historical ceramics and the natural environment. Lustrously light, strong and versatile porcelain clay combined with a melding of traditional and contemporary design elements defines my style.
I fire my porcelain to a hot cone 10 – approximately 1285 degrees Celsius. At this temperature the clay is fluid, and if thin, delicate and translucent. But when thicker, porcelain is also robust and durable. It is useful for a wide range of applications and its whiteness gives me clear beautiful colours.
My works is led by design; ideas often start with a concept for use, or the desire to express an idea. I use colour and carefully considered surfaces to evoke mood, endeavoring to marry these components into strong complimentary forms.
The elements that inspire my sculptural work include the wondrous fractal geometry of nature, the power of weather and beauty found in small details of life. These themes also spill over into my functional domestic ware and into the stylistically in-between realm of pieces for the garden.

I have a Fine Arts (honours) degree from the University of Manitoba and a Pottery Apprenticeship done at Toepferei am Hof, Heidelberg, Germany. After 10 years away, I returned to Canada and settled in Victoria in 2003.

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