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  • EXHIBIT ANTHROPOCÈNE 1 ____

    EXHIBIT 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 …

  • EXHIBIT____COPPICE

    February 23 – April 13, 2014
    Série BURN    
    Galerie d’art du Parc, Trois-Rivières, Québec.

    Veronika Horlik - Signet Galerie du Parc - 2013
    J’attends depuis si longtemps d’être là où je m’en vais, 2014. 92 cm diamètre chacune.

  • ACQUISITION____of  Fall Target

    October 2013
    My artwork Fall Target, 2013, was acquired by the Collection d’oeuvres d’art de la Ville de Montréal.

    Fall Target, 2013. Ceramic, terrasigilatta, glaze, metal. 92 cm diamètre.

  • ESSAY____by Julie Hétu

    September 2013
    BURN BABY BURN
    In Espace Sculpture, # 105, Fall 2013.

    Espace Sculpture

  • ESSAY PUBLICATION____by Veronika Horlik

    Winter 2013
    Ceramics and Painting: an Expanded Field of Inquiry / Céramique et peinture : un champ de recherche élargi
    In Cahiers métiers d’art ::: Craft Journal, volume 6, no 1, Hiver Winter 2013.


  • EXHIBIT____BURN BABY BURN @ Galerie d’Art d’Outremont

    February 07 – March 03, 2013


  • EXHIBIT____BOXED-IN!

    January 26 – April 14, 2013
    The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery and  the Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador Gallery.
    After six weeks, the pieces will rotate between the two locations.
    Curated by Denis Longchamps.

    Trier avec le frère André  /  Sorting with Brother André,  2012.  Céramique, bois, terrasigilatta, peinture.  Dimensions variables.
    Trier avec le frère André / Sorting with Brother André, 2012. Céramique, bois, terrasigilatta, peinture. Dimensions variables.

  • Blanche -Cannelle, 2006

    Blanche-Canelle, 2006. 183 x 64 cm. Collection Vicki & Stan Zack.

    Blanche-Cannelle, 2006

    Inspired by my visits, as a young girl, to the Mother House of the Sisters of Notre-Dame with my mah. Blanche, my great aunt, was a nun who lived there. The sight, smell, and sweetness of those visits to see Blanche remain vivid in my memory: She gave me and my sister each a plastic glow-in-the-dark rosary, that I immediately placed around my neck, like a gift-necklace… this made Blanche smile… ‘cute’ she must have thought…

    Blanche would bring us to the cafeteria, where we would sit at long wooden refectory tables with her. Each Sister had their respective seat, with a drawer of their own just beneath the table surface. Inside Blanche’s drawer was a bag of hard cinnamon fish candy… she would offer my sister and I a fish – so red, so tempting, so perfect – I remember how hot the cinnamon was in my mouth – fire actually – my younger sister did not finish hers… spat it out… but I resisted the overwhelming cinnamon sting, letting the heat of this fire-fish melt completely in my mouth. I remember thinking how wonderful it was, to have sweet fire in my mouth… given to me by Sister Blanche… in this convent house… I had an insider view of the Sisters, their laughter, their sincerity, their genuineness.. their black+white habit, the solemnness of this ancient creaky building, so beautiful, chapel so majestic…. The walk form the sidewalk, through the terrain of large old trees, from sidewalk to majestic door-front (this walk, to my young self, appeared endless… ) my mah would linger for some time beneath the trees with us after our visits.. a magical place… connecting with a higher, spiritual intensity, and at the same time, the rooted majestic trees, historical witnesses to times passing in this Montréal site.

    Older, I attended cégep Dawson… walked the renovated halls… chapel transformed into the library (my favorite space, listened to Carmina Burana while studying there, every other day during my DEC)…
    Blanche-Cannelle…. a piece, a space, just one of many moments in time that shaped me…

    Blanche-Cannelle, 2006.
    Blanche-Canelle, 2006.