Are you free on Friday, 27th of March? If you are, consider signing up to my ‘small, pretty things’ workshop! Starting at 7pm and concluding at 10pm, we will have three glorious hours together at a spacious Clayfield studio, close to Eagle Junction station, but also with street parking available. All materials are provided and there will be a…… Continue reading Got plans on March 27th?
WHAT?! Where did November go and by the by, is anyone else creeped out when hearing Christmas carols in shopping centres IN NOVEMBER???? All in all, November, you have been a fun month. You’ve been there for my Finders Keepers market debut, my very first hands on clay workshop, my first BrisStyle Big Bazaar experience, a…… Continue reading And on the twenty-ninth of November….
I love my job. And I love seeing photos of the things I’ve made in their new homes.I’m always so grateful to the customers who send through an image or even just a message to let me know when they’ve received their items.In no particular order, here’s a handful of images from the last few weeks!…… Continue reading Things I have been working on recently…
Despite a very wet and rainy Saturday, the Australian Ceramics Open Studio Weekend was a wonderful time. Stephanie Outridge Field and I throughly enjoyed the experience and we loved greeting and meeting all our visitors – both new and old friends.There were some awesome questions asked and we’re now planning to offer some classes as…… Continue reading ACOS 2014 – Australian Ceramics Open Studio Weekend
Are you strapped in? …coz it’s gonna be an awesome weekend!!! All across Australia, ceramic artists are throwing open their studios and wiping down well, every surface in preparation for this weekend. From The Australian Ceramics Association: “Some of the world’s most significant moments have included mud, from the biblical creation of Adam to that famous mind…… Continue reading Australian Ceramics Open Studios – this weekend!!
Last Thursday night, Ray Cavill opened the doors of The Clay School in West End, enabling Tetsuya and Momoko Otani to share about their practice and life in Japan as well as giving Tetsuya the opportunity to demonstrate his throwing technique. The Otani’s were invited by Kylie Johnson to visit and exhibit at her Paper Boat Press…… Continue reading Tetsuya & Momoko Otani artist talk and demonstration