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Blais, Maude

I discovered clay as a material in 2001 and have been fascinated ever since. I really enjoy making turned tableware. The porcelain shapes are pure and their surfaces come alive with colored engobes and clean lines. The decorations are inspired by the living world, mainly botany. All my pieces are fired at 1,200°C and are carefully crafted for everyday use.

Maude Blais is originally from Rimouski in the Lower St. Lawrence region. She has lived and worked in Montreal since 1999. After graduating from the Centre de céramique Bonsecours in 2004, she set up her studio in the Rosemont district. Along the way, she won the SODEC/OFQJ Jeunes Talents des métiers d'art prize in 2009 and the Les traversiers des arts prize in 2012. Her work has been exhibited at the Canadian Guild of Crafts, the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, the Musée du Haut-Richelieu and many other exhibitions and events across Canada and in France.

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