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Michelle Plamondon

Toronto
Michelle Plamondon, a French-Canadian Artist/Jeweller from Winnipeg, Manitoba, received two BFA’s, one in Sculpture and Installation from the University of Manitoba in 2015 and the second in Jewelry Design and Metalsmithing at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in 2020. Her work has been included in several exhibitions across Canada and the United-States. She took part in a summer residency at Centre for Craft Nova Scotia with an exhibition at the Mary E Black Gallery in 2019 and is currently an artist-in-residency at Harbourfront Center in Toronto.
Her main influences in her current work are material play—especially with industrial materials, exploring a clean minimalist style, industrial architecture, and abandoned spaces. The elegance of simple forms is a prominent aesthetic in her work. Using enamel, metalwork, cement, resin and found materials, she incorporates them into wearable jewelry pieces.

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