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  • Latest newsEXHIBIT ANTHROPOCÈNE 1 ____

    Exhibition :
    ANTHROPOCÈNE 1
    Veronika Horlik
    Septembre 09 – 30, 2023
    Galerie YL-S
    25 Rue Beausoleil,
    St-Gabriel, QC J0K 2N0

    Press Release
    WARNING, EXTREMELY DANGEROUS SINGLE-WIDTH SLOW STEEP WINDING UNMAINTAINED ROAD …
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  • FIRE SEASON BOOK II ____

    August 2022

    Fire Season Book II
    Edited by Amory Abbott and Liz Toohey-Weise, 2022
    fireseason.org

    “The Fire Season project brings together a variety of voices in a collective sens-making about wildfires”.

    Thank you to the editors for including my work

    BURN
    2009
    Ceramic, oil on wood panel, custom cement blocks, hardware.

    The image of calcined organic material stems from forest landscapes called “Burns”, land that has been doubly devastated: cut land that then is burned by forest fire. In these vast charred landscapes, littered with “slash” debris, industrial incursions meet the forces and beauty of nature.

    My ceramic sculpture work stems from my continued interest in vast Canadian reforestation landscapes, silvicultural sites where mechanical incursions mingle with the strength and beauty of nature, and a constant air of devastation mingles with the possibility of magnificent regeneration. Vibrantly coloured, and generously textured, my sculptures and installations invite us to consider and re-evaluate our relationship with our Canadian forests and Natural environments.


  • ARTIST RESIDENCY____Fairehaven

    July 2022
    Fairehaven Residency
    Some of my bowls donation to the Lunenburg School of Art Empty Bowls fundraiser.

    Lunenburg and @skullduggerygallery are an important part of my family’s life.

    Feeling very privileged to have had, once again, a working-vacation by the see, and in the very best company.

    @skullduggerygallery


  • FOR THE LOVE OF SANDRA ALFODY____

    October 2021
    For the Love of Sandra Alfoldy, Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, NS. October 12-21, 2021

    This exhibition celebrates the vibrant life and work of preeminent Canadian Craft Historian Dr. Sandra Alfoldy. Sandra’s research pioneered the discourse around Canadian studio craft, her curatorial work presented craft in a new and critical light, and her teaching inspired a committed passion for craft in a generation of students. For the Love of Sandra Alfoldy is a project that gathers craft, artwork, and stories from Sandra’s friends (her colleagues, collaborators, and students) in order to celebrate Sandra’s life, her work, and her extraordinary impact on her communities.


  • XO (HUG & KISS) ____

    September 2021
    XO (hug & kiss), 2021

    will be included in CLAY ROOTS, an in-person gallery exhibition and online auction, from September 02 -15, 2021, at McClure gallery.

    This year, the Westmount Visual Arts Center is celebrating 75 years of history, this celebration-exhibit will highlight the VAC’s strong foundation in the Ceramic Arts.

    Veronika Horlik - Fondant
    Veronika Horlik - XO Hug and Kiss

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  • FUNDRAISING____

    November 2019
    Riftsawn, Quartersawn, 2017

    EN COULEUR !
    Fundraising Exhibit and Sale

    November 2 – 16, 20219

    McClure Gallery
    350 ave. Victoria, Montréal, Québec.

    Veronika Horlik - Straightsawn - Quartersanw - 2017
    Veronika Horlik -  Straightsawn - Quartersanw - 2017

  • ARTAXIS.ORG____

    December 2018
    We’re happy to welcome Canadian artist Veronika Horlik to Artaxis.
    This work is titled, “Riftsawn, Quartersawn, Straightsawn”, 2017. Ceramic (earthenware, slip, terrasigillata, glaze), found saws. 28 x 33 x 15.25 cm, 30 x 30 x 16.5 cm, et 28.6 x 54.6 x 19 cm.
    Find the rest of Veronika’s new Artaxis page at https://artaxis.org/veronika-horlik/

    Veronika Horlik - Artaxis

  • VERNISSAGE____ 573˚

    November 2018
    Somes images of my work from the vernissage.
    JOIN US THIS THURSDAY 18h30 in the gallery for our ARTIST TALK and to hear curator Luc Delavigne speak about his vision for 573˚

    3rd Virginia McClure Ceramics Biennale____________ commissaire : Luc Delavigne.
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    From November 01 to 24  Galerie McClure – McClure Gallery
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    Conference with artists Thursday November 08, 2018, 18h30

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    November 01 – November 24,  2018
    _____________You are cordially invited to the vernissage of 573˚

    3rd Virginia McClure Ceramics Biennale______________ curator : Luc Delavigne __________

    VERNISSAGE 18h ___November 01, 2018


    CONFÉRENCE 18h30 ___November 08, 2018Galerie McClure
    350 Victoria Avenue
    Montreal (QC) H3Z 2N4