I grew up in a large family in rural Quebec. There was a very large weeping willow tree nearby in and under which we spent long hours playing. It was a private place and a world of imagination and escape. Making art has also given me that sense of being transported to another world. I drew and painted from an early age, I learned to sew as a teenager and did woodworking as a young adult. I only ever wanted to be an artist and have explored various media including printmaking, oil painting and sculpture. Felt from wool is one of the oldest known textiles but I only discovered it about 6 years ago, since then feltmaking has taken over my art practice. It seems to encompass all of the things that resonate with who I’ve been since childhood. I really enjoy it’s tactile and textural quality as well as its seemingly limitless possibilities.
Kat Clifton is a St. John’s based Designer and Artist, originating from England. With an eye for detail and a…
I grew up surrounded by family who created, often out of the need to make things that weren’t accessible to…
Copper-tooling and printmaking with a whiff of whimsy and a nod to the past.
The Quidi Vidi Village Plantation is a craft incubation facility, designed to accelerate the growth of emerging artists and their businesses.
Each of the craftspeople who lease studios in the Plantation have passed through a rigorous selection process, and must participate in an extensive training regime.
We welcome the public to come and watch these craftspeople work, and to support them by purchasing some of their fine craft items.
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