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Judith Dubord 

Ceramics and Glass 



Originally from Montreal, Judith Dubord has lived and worked in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli since 2006. Ceramist and glassmaker, she has a practice oriented towards the design and production of craft objects where the mixing of materials holds an important place. She is particularly interested in ancient crafts, namely in ceramics surface treatment. She graduated in Techniques de Métiers d’art specializing in ceramics (2016) from Cégep Limoilou and from the short graduate program in the Study of Artistic Practice from the Université du Québec à Rimouski (2018).


Object and ornamentation are fundamental in my art practice. My formal research is superimposed to a quest for the intimate poetic-play where metaphor is essential.  To me, clay embodies rootedness and intimacy. It allows me to access the hollow form, an important concept for me. Delicate glass invokes exuberance and volubility, an evocative and powerful ornamental language. The cohabitation between simplicity and fantasy is one of my signature processes. I relentlessly explore the fine line between delicacy and disorder. 

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