Venues & Media

Fireworks Exhibition

Bjork II was juried into the 2023 Fireworks travelling exhibition. It can be seen at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto until July 3, 2023 before it heads to the Art Gallery of Burlington and to Rails End Gallery in Haliburton. Held every two years, the show symbolizes the best in contemporary clay and glass by members of FUSION: Ontario Clay & Glass Association. 

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SKWIRL Contemporary in Bayfield, Ontario

You can view and purchase select pieces of my work at The Gallery House, SKWIRL Contemporary Fine Art in Bayfield, Ontario. SKWIRL is a collaborative art gallery specializing in fine art by Canadian artists working in various mediums.

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Carnegie Gallery

"Inside Out" is a joint exhibition with ceramic artist Andrea Vuletin at the Carnegie Gallery, May 5-28, 2023. Join us on Sunday, May 28 from 1-2 pm for an artists' talk and tour.

Thank you to Ontario Arts Council for financial support of "Inside Out" through its Exhibition Assistance Program, administered through the Forest City Gallery.

FUSION Clay & Glass Show

October 21-22, 2023 Toronto

I'll be at the Wychwood Barns in Toronto again on October 21-22, 2023. I am proud to say, last year I was awarded both the Best Sculptural and People's Choice awards at the FUSION Clay and Glass Show, which featured the work of 40 clay and glass artists!

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In the Media

Hamilton Spectator

May 15, 2023 - "Fantastic sculptures by Andrea Vuletin and Darlene Pratt at Carnegie Gallery. Inside Out showcases creations that push the ordinary into the wonderfully fantastic." An article by Regina Haggo in the Hamilton Spectator.

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Fusion Magazine

My work is featured on the cover of the Summer 2022 edition of the FUSION magazine for clay and glass, with more photos and a write up on pages 35-36

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Ceramics Monthly Magazine

I wrote "A Cultural Mosaic", published in the February 2019 edition of Ceramics Monthly, the largest-circulated publication dedicated to sharing information within the ceramic arts field. The article describes the philosophy behind the making of the 900 square foot "Celebrate Canada 150" mosaic on the side of London Clay Art Centre (LCAC) in London, Ontario. I conceived the idea for the large scale project and wrote two successful grants that funded the design, creation, and installation of the mosaic by a talented team of artists from Claworx: Ceramic Arts Learning Centre (formerly London Clay Art Centre).

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