There are many times when he is listening to the news that he can’t believe his ears. There are so many things that are going on and, for the most part, some of the projects they talk of are nothing but a huge waste of money. To make matters worse… it’s our money that they are wasting and it doesn’t seem like they care as long as they get what they want! Regardless if the project is a huge waste of money or not.
He listens and, for the most part, he’s not impressed. Disgusted, is a better word to describe what he hears. As he sits and listens, he gets more agitated and all he can think of saying is: “pardon the interruption”, but can I put my two cents in?”.-michael
Massie’s work is a reflection of his mixed Inuit, Métis and Scottish heritage. In it, he investigates both traditional and contemporary themes. He has achieved renown for his innovative teapots that combine themes and symbols from his native Inuit culture with European traditions. Massie has been twice short-listed for the coveted Prix Saidye Bronfman and has an extensive international reputation. His work has been shown in North America and Europe, including the National Gallery of Canada. He was elected a member of Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2011.
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