Arlene Stamp was involved in the Canadian art community for over 25 years, living and working in both Calgary and Toronto. She taught both mathematics and painting and worked with non-periodic patterns both in her art practice and in her subsequent design work for StudioStampa. Two public works based on non-periodic patterns can be found in Toronto at Downsview Subway Station and in the Ernst Young lobby at the Toronto Dominion Centre. Her work is included in collections across Canada. She currently resides in Sooke, BC.
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