Ingrid Heinmaa Ceramic Exhibition: Magical Hands and Glaze, March 24th, 2018

The Estonian House Art Committee is holding a one-day-only
exhibition of the ceramic art of Ingrid Heinmaa on Saturday, March 24, 10pm to 5pm.

Opening remarks at noon.

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Heinmaa, who passed away in 2014, was active in the Estonian-
Canadian arts community for many years. Her first solo show was held at Tartu College in 1969, a popular success. Fellow artist Abel Lee wrote, “Vases, bowls, cups, and sundry pottery – all are shaped by deft fingers, endowing a unique sculptural quality and sense of fantasy to each piece.”


Heinmaa continued to explore the Japanese-inspired raku technique, prevalent in the 1970s, with its surprising formations and opalescent glazing effects.

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The exhibition covers decades of Heinmaa’s creative output, and
includes curiosities such as whimsical table lamps and Estonian-themed decorative plaques.


Work will be on sale.


Estonian House Gallery, Saturday March 24, 10am to 5pm.