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Saskatchewan artist Cara Gay Driscoll creates ceramic objects which are characterized by a female sensibility. Her hand-coiled full-bodied vessels are made using traditional techniques that pay homage to the past.

Drawing her inspiration from literary figures or the women of the bible, Cara strives to infuse her work with spirituality, strength and historical perspective.


Giulia, by Cara G. Driscoll  

A ten-year project gave voice to women of the bible by forming them into clay vessels. This project led to facilitating retreats and presentations on “The Forgotten Women of the Bible”. Another exhibition titled “Memory in Clay” focused on the historical aspect of the material used to create the vessels. Both of these exhibitions informed the writing of Cara's recently-released historical novel Giulia.


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Treaty 4 Territory, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Last updated June 2021