Clam's Shell by Eunice Luk
W 20 cm x L 21.5 cm x H 3 cm
Part of Seed to (small) flower - Exhibition by Eunice Luk, with stamped mural by Alicia Nauta and soft sculptures by Jennifer Laflamme
May 7 - 29, 2022
1190 Queen St West, 2nd floor, Toronto
Eunice Luk is a visual artist based in Toronto, Canada. Her practice utilizes installations, sculptures, paintings, and printed matter. Luk’s work explores sentiments and commonalities found across cultures and landscapes and draws inspiration from the natural environment. Having worked with clay for over two decades, Luk considers herself an artist transcending materiality into a personal language. She patiently shapes, paints and glazes each work individually. Sometimes firing works multiple times to achieve their final appearance. The result is imbued with emotions and expressions, inviting viewers to connect to a gentle and rich poetic world. Luk has held exhibitions at The Embassy of Canada Prince Takamado Gallery (Tokyo), The Walter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Centre (Banff), Printed Matter (New York City), and Critical Distance (Toronto). She is the proprietor of Slow Editions, an art publishing imprint of artist books and multiples.
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