Mariana Bolaños Inclan

Mariana Bolaños Inclan is a Mexican artist based in Toronto. She is a graduate of Sheridan College. She has created a diverse body of work in painting and ceramics, focusing on art with a social purpose. She is a facilitator in community programs with children, women and newcomers around Toronto and the GTA. Inclan has […]

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Emma Bickers

A graduate of Sheridan College, Emma Bickers explores intimate connections through visual storytelling on earthenware figurative vessels. Bickers’ work depicts the vulnerable theme of Sapphic identity, capturing tender emotions and loving narratives on the surfaces of her works. Originally planning to be an illustrator, she found interest in ceramics after taking an introductory course. She […]

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Mohammad Tabesh

Mohammad Tabesh (he/him) is a mixed-media artist residing and working in Toronto. His practice is focused on the human condition, the art of resistance, art and social change. Through writing, printmaking, multimedia and sculpture, Tabesh strives to convey these stories in a profoundly human and universal language, avoiding the cliché of shock and horrors of […]

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Mel Wright

Mel Wright

Mel Wright’s work often explores relationships. Relationships with others, with herself and with the environment. She is studying themes of significant personal change, grief, loss and the joy found within it all. Wright is currently working on a new sculptural body of work and functional work for daily use. She resides in Toronto, Ontario.  Mel […]

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Sami Tsang

Sami Tsang is a Canadian-born Chinese woman artist who uses a vocabulary of images to express her anxieties, hopes, fears and things about her life and future. As the youngest child of a conservative Hong Kong family, her voice was not welcomed. In Tsang’s work, she simultaneously gives herself an outlet through the narrative sculptures […]

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