OBJECT:SPOON exhibition now open – with my spoon!!

From 72 submissions (from 16 countries), 25 spoons were selected by Vipoo Srivilasa, Vicki Grima (editor of The Journal of Australian Ceramics) and Leslie Ferrin (curator of Ceramic Top 40) and are currently exhibited as a group, in the second venue of Ceramic Top 40 | New & Selected Works at Harvard Ceramics in Allston, Massachusetts, USA. Including…… Continue reading OBJECT:SPOON exhibition now open – with my spoon!!

One of those weeks…

That phrase ‘one of those weeks’ has always intrigued me. For some people, it instantly conjures up a week where everything has gone wrong. Or at least not gone to plan. For others, it just another week. Nothing exciting. Nothing bad. Simply nothing out of the ordinary. For me, if I describe my week as…… Continue reading One of those weeks…

Catch up with studio happenings…

I realised yesterday, that I’ve been quite quiet here on the blog. There’s been *LOTS* happening, and I just haven’t made it to the computer to share it here. The fb & instagram pages have been updated – isn’t it just so easy with the camera and apps to shoot up a quick photo?! Still, I…… Continue reading Catch up with studio happenings…

Clunes Ceramic Award (update)

You may remember that I entered the 2013 Clunes Ceramic Award… (here’s that post) Well, the announcement of finalists was delayed and all entrants were sent an email on Sunday: Fair call – the Manningham Ceramic Art Award was inundated with entries and the Clunes award is well recognised as a respected and highly prized…… Continue reading Clunes Ceramic Award (update)

My 2013 Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award Adventure

In yesterday’s post (here), I promised to share my story about checking out the 2013 Manningham Award. Getting out to the Manningham Art Gallery was high on my to-do list in our 24hr Melbourne stop-over two weeks ago. I was really keen to check out the entrants – especially Nandita Nadkarni – a fellow graduate last year. Before…… Continue reading My 2013 Manningham Victorian Ceramic Art Award Adventure

Clunes Ceramic Award

After some nervous thoughts and many doubts, I’ve entered my application into this year’s award. Applications close this Friday, July 26th and the shortlist is announced August 10th. With so many entries in the Manningham Ceramic Award, I’m sure that the Clunes judges will be overwhelmed with many excellent entries. Oh! I have got a great…… Continue reading Clunes Ceramic Award