2016 has been a very different for me and Servant Ceramics. It’s been quieter in the studio as I’ve still had my hands in clay offsite. You see, I’ve been working with a local high school. And I’ve been loving it. Last Thursday, some of the year 11 students threw an interactive viewing in Art House (an…… Continue reading Ceramics in School
If you are still looking for Christmas gifts, I would love to help you out!! I have been a busy lady since last Saturday’s BrisStyle Bazaar market, listing quite a few new items – including the Anne of Green Gables and Dr Who mugs – and restocking the favourite lines as well. Click HERE and my esty…… Continue reading Still shopping for Christmas gifts?
It is a wonderful thing to see a dream coming to fruition and you are invited to witness and participate in that, this Saturday afternoon (December 12th). You see, for Stephanie Outridge Field, the establishment of her own workshop and gallery space has a long-term dream but one that will be realised with ‘Friends’ – the launch…… Continue reading Opening of MAKERS GALLERY
The facebook elves kindly reminded me that three years ago, Dec 2nd was the day that the 2012 Holmesglen TAFE diploma of ceramics graduates proudly showcased the wares that they poured time, sweat and tears into at the Pottery Expo at Federation Square. So much has changed in the past five years! My hair is much lighter…… Continue reading FLASHBACK FRIDAY
Yesterday’s Etsy Made Local market was all about connecting local buyers with local sellers. As this was the first Esty Made Local event here in Brisbane, the stall-holders didn’t really know what to expect. But most of us were BLOWN AWAY. When we started hearing that there was a line outside Brisbane City Hall, we were a…… Continue reading Etsy Made Local
I was fortunate to study a diploma of ceramics full-time at Holmesglen TAFE across 2011-2012. I remember putting together my portfolio for the interview with the course co-ordinator and can recall just how nervous I was during that initial conversation. After experiencing a 6-week community art centre wheel-throwing course (at Carlton Arts Centre) while finalising my BA,…… Continue reading Keep Ceramics Education alive!!