AN 11-FOOT-TALL VESSEL WITH LEGS, BY SHARY BOYLE, IS NOW IN PLACE AT THE GARDINER MUSEUM

About two years ago TORONTO artist, SHARY BOYLE, competing with 60 entrants, won the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Arts’s sculpture competition.

The eye-catching vase standing on legs “is quite looming, with some kind of pop appeal and vintage Canadiana patterns,” said Ms. Boyle in 2016 when she began work on the project.

The piece shares space with Jun Kaneko’s head in front of the Gardiner, 111 Queen’s Park – http://www.gardinermuseum.on.ca

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