Shop Alison Brannen’s signature saggar-fired pieces that highlight the beauty of clay.
Find covetable ceramic objects that combine form and function.
The Gardiner Shop has reopened and is now accessible during Museum hours from Thursday – Sunday—plus you can still shop online every day of the week! Capacity in the Shop be limited to two (2) visitors at all times to maintain social distancing.
Shop staff will be sanitizing high touch objects, such as jewellery and PIN pads, after each use. Disposable gloves and masks will be available to all shoppers.
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Large and small-scale ceramic vessels and shards make up Alison Brannen’s uniquely beautiful collection of saggar fired “burnt offerings.” Cracked and sometimes shattered by the firing process, Brannen uses the Japanese gold repair method of Kintsugi to mend the vessels. Also an accomplished painter and printmaker, Brannen teaches pottery and Kintsugi workshops in her downtown Toronto studio.
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