First bisque firing

Drumroll please… Introducing the very first Servant Ceramics bisque firing!! I measured out the kiln dimensions on my desk and tried arranging the vessels to give me an idea what would fit into the kiln. And surprisingly, everything (bar one really awful mug, which is now in the reclaim bucket, where it should have been…… Continue reading First bisque firing

Two weekends, two BrisStyle events

Despite the rainy weather last Saturday, Andrew and I were able to check out the Bris Style markets at Brisbane City Hall. It was great to see some wonderful art & craft and meet the talented hands and faces of the makers! Including meeting Pattie Murray who’s as lovely in person, as she is in…… Continue reading Two weekends, two BrisStyle events

Praise of the handmade

From Cornish himself: “It’s hand thrown form could be moulded and slip cast in the thousands but it was the slight irregularities of making each one individually and by hand that really made the product stand out from the competition.” My heart dances. I love a good bit of praise for handmade products! Especially Australian…… Continue reading Praise of the handmade

under the winter sky…exhibition opening

Erinswindow’s under the winter sky exhibition opened tonight at Paper Boat Press. It was a lovely Brissy winter’s night with quite a crowd turning up to keep the cold away from PBP’s gallery space. You may already know of Erin Tsubono’s illustrations, jewellery and figurines via her Esty store. Offering a wide range with mugs, spoons, service vessels, mobiles,…… Continue reading under the winter sky…exhibition opening