Christy Haldane

Vase made of fused recycled glass and stone from Burleigh Falls by Christy Haldane. Goldenrod and purple flowers in the vase.

Burleigh Falls Vase, 2020, recycled window glass and stone, 7″ x 5″ x 3″

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About the artist:

After majoring in glass at Sheridan College in Oakville, Ontario, Christy Haldane studied for a semester at the Canberra School of Art in Australia. It was in Australia that Haldane began to incorporate recycled window glass as a constant in her sculptures. Christy draws inspiration from her location, and incorporates found materials such as stone, concrete, and wood into her sculptures.

“Her process is about capturing moments of history in found objects and then fusing these together to create a new story. That process is exemplified in her popular “Memory Stones,” one-of-a-kind stone-and-glass pendants, lone sculptures, and memorial sculptures. You provide her with stones you have collected that mean something to you — whether from a special place, person, or time in your life — and Christy incorporates them into a piece of art you can cherish forever.” —kawarthaNOW.com, reprinted with permission

Haldane lives outside of Peterborough, Ontario. Her work ranges from small scale wearable art to large sculptural installations.

Interior view of Christy Haldane's studio featuring multiple fused glass and stone sculptures on white plinths and hanging on white walls

Christy Haldane’s Studio

Christy Haldane will be joined at her studio by Darlene Winfield.


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Exhibitions

Installation view of KAST Selections exhibition. From Left: Paul Nabuurs, Bronson Smith, David Hickey

It’s All About ARTISTS Preview Exhibition

Jane LowBeer, String Theory, 2015, monotype on paper, 22" x 28"

Peer Christensen, Park & Lansdowne St., Peterborough, oil on canvas, 2019

Peter Rotter, Looking Up, 2017

Rowena Dykins, Lynn River, 2012

Jeffrey Macklin, #typography collage

Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour: Selections

Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour: Selections

Sep 19, 2014 to Oct 19, 2014

Christy Haldane, The Waterway Project: Lock 26

The Waterway Project

Jul 14, 2012 to Oct 7, 2012

Christy Haldane, From the Kawartha Series

Christy Haldane: The Waterway Project

Jul 1, 2011 to Sep 4, 2011

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