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2006 02 18
Gangbar: Objects in clay
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Lumps, Ken Gangbar, porcelain outdoor installation 2005

Challenge is welcomed by Toronto artist Ken Gangbar; he has an honest passion for quality, design excellence, and detail in his ceramic sculptural work. A ceramic artist since 1991, his works are distinctly contemporary with a dash of simple luxury and rich textures.
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Vertebrae detail, Ken Gangbar, porcelain outdoor installation 2005

The unique sculptures he creates are sensual organic forms without being overly decorative. Sectional elements are combined by shape and form to explore natural textures inviting the viewer to touch and discover. Ken’s trademark look mixes simple form with subtle pattern and has evolved into a successful career as his works repeatedly appear in high profile magazines throughout Toronto. And he continues to work closely with designers, architects, restaurateurs, private clients and corporations to create an array of playful modern accessories. Some have been commissioned by restaurants about town – Rain, Susur and Xacutti to name a few. Most recently he completed a commission of 19 original sculptures for and their client The Four Season's Hotel in Hong Kong.
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Interior Design Show 2006, Ken Gangbar, works in progress

Whether it is a commission for an architectural screen, a landscape element, a lobby sculpture, a custom restaurant table service or an individual accessory his work is crafted by hand at his Liberty Village studio. He will be showcasing his most recent ceramic works at the Interior Design Show 2006; which will include two wall installations, a bright idea, a wet innovation, and a "You Must Touch" section. Catch him in the Studio North section booth number SN 07. For more information email .


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