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!!
A big thanks to the lovely customers who bought items yesterday! I have packed most of the items but have a few sneaky, last minute sales still to package and prepare for shipping. Please note that I will be away from the studio for the next two weeks – heading south for the Australian Ceramics Triennial.…… Continue reading Thank You!
There’s nothing like your own bed. Am I right? I had a wonderful adventure but I am delighted to be home again. So it’s time to dust of the pottery wheel and get back to work. [ fist pump ] Image credit: KatiRamer
Just letting you know that I’ll be away from the studio during May. I’ve decided to keep the etsy shop open while I’m away as I found a very capable helper who is able to pack and send out any orders. There might be slight delay (arriving 7-10 working days as opposed to 3-5 working…… Continue reading ADVENTURE TIME
Thanks so much Carly, Annette and the Sunday Mail for asking me to contribute to this article about setting a market stall for the first time. What a wonderful write up! I thought I’d post up my extended thoughts, based on the questions Carly asked (which are in bold)… If you can cast your mind back to…… Continue reading Hot off the press!! Setting up your first market stall
This workshop – Small Pretty Things – was the first of the year and what a way to start the workshop series off!! It’s taken me a while to get this post up but I wanted to include some action shots as well as final vessel shots as they came out of the kiln. While…… Continue reading Workshop wrap up – Small Pretty Things – March 2015