Charles Bronfman’s Claridge Collection Auction: Part V: Decorative Arts

April 21, 2015

LOT 211
JOANNE VANDERHORST
  • JOANNE VANDERHORST

211

JOANNE VANDERHORST

TEAPOT

ceramic
8.5" x 10.5" x 7.5" — 21.6 x 26.7 x 19.1 cm.
unsigned

Estimate $150-$200

Realised: $84
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

About artist/note:

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JOANNE VANDERHORST

Joanne Vanderhorst is a Winnipeg artist who is recognized for her paintings and ceramics. She has worked as a professional potter since 1978, and was a founding member and co-owner of The Stoneware Gallery, one of the longest running artist’s co-operatives in Canada. She has given classes and workshops in pottery at the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Winnipeg, and at the Icelandic College of Art in Reykjavik, Iceland. Vanderhorst has exhibited across Canada, the United States, and Japan, and her work is included in corporate and public collections across Canada.

Selected Corporate, Private and Public Collections

Claridge Collection, Montreal, QC
Manitoba Government Collection
Western Works Collection of Manitoba Crafts

Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions

2005 Remember the Sixties? Institute of Contemporary Art, Winnipeg, MB
1995 Spring in Blooms, Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg, MB
Clay in Canada: North by Northwest, Minneapolis, MN
Love Tokens, Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg, MB
1994 Biennale Nationale de céramique, Trois Riviere, QC
1993 The Golden Touch, Winnipeg, MB
1991 6th Annual Spring Exhibition, Manitoba Crafts Council, Winnipeg, MB
1990 Teapot Exposition, The Sojourn Gallery, Calgary, AB
 The Portfolio Exhibition, Carftspace Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1989 The Second International Ceramics Contest 1989, Mino, Japan
Only in Canada you say...Pity, Franklin Silverstone Gallery, Montreal, QC
1988 In Praise of Crafts, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB
A Propos Design, Main Access Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1987 New Works by Joanne Vanderhorst, Brandon, MB
1985 Old Fields New Paths, National traveling exhibition
In Praise of Crafts, Archives Building, Winnipeg, MB
1984 Reflections on Three Plains, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MB

Selected Awards

1995 Study Grant, Manitoba Crafts Guild
1989 Special Projects Grant, Manitoba Arts Council
Honorable Mention, The Second International Ceramics Contest 1989, Mino Japan
1988 Honorable Mention, In Praise of Crafts
1984 Ceramics Category Award, Reflections on Three Plains
1983 Travel Grant, Manitoba Arts Council
Study Bursary, Crafts Guild of Manitoba



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