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Camie Geary-Martin


Born in Kingston in 1954, Geary-Martin studied Fine Art at Pasadena City College in California, USA and at the Toronto School of Art. Her work has participated in numerous solo and group exhbitions since 1999 – including Toronto Art Expo; McMichael Art Gallery; Art Expo New York where she was a recipient of the 3D Award; and the I,nvitational International Sculpture Exhibition in Dalian, China. She was also invited to do a Special Residency in the Dalian Foundry. 

Her commissions include work located at Massey College, University of Toronto; bronze bust of Madre Teresa, St Mary’s Church, Toronto; and bronze bust of Dr. Ursula Franklin, Ursula frankline Academy, Toronto.  Her work is included in many private and public collections in Canada and the USA.

Geary-Martin’s studio is based in Toronto.

Artist Statement

Most of my work originates in clay and is inspired by the human form. The creative process is an important element in my work and I have been involved in all the aspects of its creation – including mold making, casting wax, bronzing and patina. Since its inception in 1999 my work has evolved from highly representational to semi-abstract. It expresses a fascination of form, a sensual exploration of materials, the physical act of creating and the play of light on surfaces.

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