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Invitation to Exhibition

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Upcoming Exhibition

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Are we keeping people out or keeping people in? A simple fence becomes a barricade, A barricade becomes a wall.   Offence, defence, incense.                                                               From Fences by Nancy Cuttl   Finally …3 ½ years of work are now complete. The installation of Fenced will premiere on November 13, 2013 as part of Offence/Defence  an exhibition of works by Nancy Cuttle, Kal Honey and Kim Lee Kho....

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The Milton Area Studio Tour 2013 is on Saturday October 5th & Sunday October 6th, 10-5

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  2013 is my 10th year on the Milton Area Studio Tour and I look forward to 2 action-packed days of non-stop talking in my studio. Some people return every year to check things out and others give me a couple of years to produce new work.  This year will be the 3rd year featuring my life-size sculptures for Offence/Defence with all 5 now complete. With one month to installation, I will be talking about the logistics of building the 12’ x12’ x 6’ structure for the sculptures and transporting...

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SIZE DOES MATTER

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Four months to installation!  As I work on my last figure …it’s huge, it’s heavy, it takes forever to build up…I’m more than ever convinced that SIZE DOES MATTER. Working on the design for the installation from drawings to a scale model (life ÷ 4) to maquettes (life÷5), I discovered that a life-size (which depends on your size÷1) scale was necessary to get the personal gut reactions I hope to elicit.  Consequently, Fenced will be a 12’ x 12’ x 6’ installation. To give my body a bit of a rest...

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Five Months to Installtion

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Five months from today our Exhibition Offence/Defence officially opens in the Holcim Gallery at Milton Centre for the Arts. I will not know if my 3 ½ years of creating really works until the installation is in place. Although I can see it in my mind’s eye, have to scale drawings, a mock-up and 4 of the 5 life-size figures finished; it will be the reaction of the viewer that will tell me whether all this effort has any significance.  One may wonder why any sane person would invest so much of...

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Introducing my latest project

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For the past 3 years I have been working on a major sculpture installation about the emotional, sociological and physical impact of barriers on the individual.  I was fortunate to have Kelly McIntyre interview me last summer for a Cogeco TV community program. Kelly returned this week to capture my progress .  The new clip will air in the next few months but  this clip says...

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