Anneke van Bommel

Anneke van Bommel is a graduate of NSCAD University (BFA 2001) Halifax NS, and former artist in residence of the Harbourfront Centre, Toronto ON. Anneke is the recipient of various grants including the Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Crafts Council and the Canada Council of the Arts. She has exhibited her work throughout North America and Internationally, exhibits with a number of galleries across Canada and the USA, and has work in private collections internationally. Her work has been published in a number of magazines, both online and in print and in several books, including Lark Books 1000 rings and 500 Brooches. Anneke has taught as sessional faculty with the Ontario College of Art and Design, and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University. She currently teaches at George Brown College and has an active studio practice in downtown Toronto.

Solid Wood Salt Cellars & Floral Tea Strainer

As the experience of sharing meals together as a family or group becomes more of a scarcity and a special event, the objects in a place setting too should reflect the importance of the moments spent together. I have created a small collection of individual salt and spice cellars, and an individual tea strainer. Each of these objects celebrates the importance of sharing a meal and experiences collectively.  These pieces serve to elevate the experience by emphasizing the ceremonial, functional, and traditional serving objects, in a contemporary context.

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