When I reflect and emerge…. A Personal perspective
Ronald Regamey of Swiss and German descent was born in Ontario after his parents immigrated to Canada in the sixties. After studying Fine Arts for 2 years at the Okanagan College, in British Columbia. He moved to Switzerland in the late eighties to study German and completed his 4 year program at the School of Design for Ceramics in Bern, Switzerland. From there, his career took a turn and he began working as a Caregiver and completing a 3 year degree as a Personal Support Worker. Focusing on teaching clients with special needs creativity in a therapeutic environment and looking after their daily needs. Ronald is currently living in Ontario, Canada.
|1968||Born in Bowmanville, Ontario Canada|
|1974 – 1986||Elementary and High School, British Columbia, Canada|
|1986 – 1988||Fine Arts Program, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada|
|1990 – 1994||School of Design for Ceramics, Bern, Switzerland|
|1997 – 2000||Agogis- Developmental Disabilities Studies, Switzerland|
|2016 –||Working as a PSW Worker, Barrie, Ontario|
|2018 –||Member of the IAPMA|
Ronald’s work represents a summary of his life and occupational undertaking. His education and personal experience allow him to understand his environment which has expanded his imagination. He is interested in approaching the unapproachable by embracing and exploring forms, shapes, and colors—hoping to attain a more visual connection. His art involves preparation, incubation, implementation, workflow, final product, and self-reflection. These steps permit Ronald to challenge himself, but also control the strengths and weaknesses he might encounter on his journey. He hopes to achieve a path that will challenge him in different creative moments regardless of where they may lead.
Information and News
Orillia Sun Online: