Jeannie Mah





Jeannie Mah was born in Regina, Saskatchewan. She attended the University of Regina, receiving a Bachelor of Education in 1976. In 1979, she studied ceramics at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver, British Columbia. Other studies took Mah to the Banff Centre, to France's Université de Perpignan, and Université de la Sorbonne. Eventually Mah returned to the University of Regina, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in 1993. Mah's ceramic work emphasizes vessels, particularly cups, and she creates these delicate porcelain objects by hand. Since 1986, Mah's work has been shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Canada and internationally. Her work is represented in collections including the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Winnipeg Art Gallery, MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Municipalité de Nyon in Switzerland, Burlington Art Gallery, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, and the Museum of Civilization in Hull. In addition to her ceramic work, Mah collaborates with other artists on work in a variety of other media, including film and video, photography, and performance. Mah also co-edited Regina's Secret Spaces: Love and Lore of Local Geography. Jeannie Mah works from her studio in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting, 2023

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