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Judy Blake

Judy Blake



Nationality
  • Canadian
Judy Blake has been working with clay since the mid 1970’s. Her unglazed, smoke-fired vessels have been exhibited across Canada, the United States and Korea and are included in many public and private collections nationally and internationally, notably Canada House in London, UK. She has also been the recipient of several grants from artsnb. Judy experiments extensively with unglazed surface treatments using alternative firing techniques such as sawdust-firing, naked raku and saggar-firing. She is one of a small number of Canadians using these techniques. Judy Blake maintains a studio practice in Lincoln, New Brunswick.

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