More images from the show. From left to right; MADE's Hybrids milk crate installation inspired by chinoisery, Covello Reesor's The Common Chair made from hardwood scraps, Michael and Ian Erdmann's Canadian Woods stamp series, a Canadiana quilt, Scott Eunson's wire sculpture in the WC, Alissa Coe and Carly Waito's porcelain jellyfish, Rob Southcott's twisty chairs made of plywood, Deanne Lehtinen's Lights in Silhouette and knitted mushrooms in the Magic Pony room (hey, that's a song from the '70s...).
MADE's Hybrids installation was inspired by chinoisery, blending different eras and different cultures.
Covello Reesor's The Common Chair is made from Canadian hardwood scraps "gathered from Toronto area studios and manufacturers.".
Michael and Ian Erdmann's Canadian Woods Series, part of the Motherbrand Lint Picking room, is a series of stamps that "celebrates the natural beauty and versatility of Canadian wood. Select veneers are laser etched creating a postage stamp unlike any other. A small piece of Canadian wilderness shared through the mail.".
Also in the Motherbrand Lint Picking room, this Canadiana quilt.
Part of Scott Eunson's room, a wire sculpture in the WC.
Alissa Coe and Carly Waito's porcelain jellyfish.
Rob Southcott's twisty back chairs, made of plywood.
Deanne Lehtinen's Lights in Silhouette are reclaimed lights painted black.
Knitted mushrooms in the Magic Pony room.