Find unique handcrafted items including ceramics, jewellery, and textiles by top local and international designers.
Scott Barnim is one of only a handful of makers in the western world working in reduced pigment lustre.
Featuring new work including exclusive Temple Glass products and never-before-seen Scribe and Sagoma vessels.
In addition to our ongoing retail selection, the Gardiner Shop hosts exhibitions featuring the work of top local artists and designers.
Chiho Tokita: Ikebana Abstracting
March – May, 2017
Merging the container and the contained, where the flower and the vase are fused together as a single entity, ikebana abstracting re-interprets the Japanese art of flower arrangement as a sculptural collage.
Scott Barnim: Alchemy, Silver & Copper
Scott Barnim’s work in Persian reduced pigment lustre uses silver and copper in their salt forms. For thousands of years, this was the only way to create a lustrous metal finish on ceramics. Scott is one of only a handful of makers in the western world working in this technique.
SURFACE: Jeff Goodman Studio
This Shop exhibition celebrates Temple Glass, a handmade material invented and fabricated by Jeff Goodman Studio for the Bahá’í Temple of South America. The show will feature tables designed by Sylvia Lee, Executive and Creative Director of Jeff Goodman Studio, never-before-seen Scribe and Sagoma vessels, and a Topography wall installation.
There will be a meet & greet with the artist on June 7 from 1:30 to 2 pm in the lobby, followed by an artist talk in the lecture hall.
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