TACA’s Open Studios Weekend is coming around again!!

That’s right! It’s almost OPEN STUDIOS time again thanks to The Australian Ceramics Association. Stephanie Outridge Field and I are again be happy to welcome you to the SOFA workshop (for our third year) and with the Makers Gallery up and running, there’s more to see this year! You can search for potters in your local neck of…… Continue reading TACA’s Open Studios Weekend is coming around again!!

How to Sell at Markets – BRISSTYLE event

I was thrilled to be asked to take part of this BrisStyle Community Development Session! Truth be told, I remember attending one of these sessions when I first moved back to Brissy and was keen to start selling my ceramic wares. I remember having Zillpa, Little Dear Studio, and Sybella sharing their stall tips and tricks! Kirsten…… Continue reading How to Sell at Markets – BRISSTYLE event

Potter’s translation of a long weekend…

STUDIO WEEKEND!  This long weekend (Queen’s birthday) didn’t go entirely to plan. We were meant to head to my Uncle’s farm and spend some time helping out. Thursday’s kiln opening put a spanner into that plan….. For whatever reason, the soak cycle didn’t cut off and the result was blistered and bubbled wares! If there is…… Continue reading Potter’s translation of a long weekend…

Handel and Handles – can you handle the variations?

  Coming across this image a few weeks ago, I knew I had to save it for when my mugs popped out of the kiln… … and I’m sooo excited to share my new mugs styles with you!!! When I was testing mug handles, opinion was pretty much divided between two (out of four) different shapes…… Continue reading Handel and Handles – can you handle the variations?

When you’re itching to do the thing you can’t do…

Like devouring the delicious garlicy, buttery, carb’o’licious goodness of garlic bread, fresh out of the oven  (umm… so you can assume part of our dinner tonight). For one, it’s too hot – saying goodbye to tastebuds isn’t a pleasant experience and two, once its eaten, there’s no spare garlic bread to pair with the meal. But…… Continue reading When you’re itching to do the thing you can’t do…