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I couldn’t wait for Spring

new release porcelain earrings

These new pieces have been a joy to make and remind me that Spring is almost here in the southern hemisphere. They are handmade with Lumina porcelain with a soft pastel wash to bring out the mandala style designs.  Of course, I have been taking them for a test run and they are light to wear and will set off your new Spring outfit. I hope you like them as much as I do.

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Goodbye 2021 + Hello 2022!

What an incredible year of ups and downs for us all. I feel incredibly lucky to have my own studio on Mt Tamborine, Queensland and have been able to teach, provide workshops and sell work throughout the year. I feel for my fellow artists doing it tough through COVID...

Lockdown creativity

I am staying positive through this current lockdown. My cancelled classes means I am making the most of studio time and creating teapots in all shapes and sizes. These are all works in progress and will be fired to 1000 degrees and then glazed in various colours. The...

2 day surface treatment workshop

There is a wonderful array of workshop choices at the 2021 Buderim Craft Cottage Winter School on the Sunshine Coast. These include a two day workshop with me! THE CLAY SURFACE 3-4 July 2021. Explore a variety of surface treatment methods for application onto clay,...

autumn classes @ pj pottery

This is when I would normally let you know about booking in for next term’s classes but, well, they are full 😲 ☺️ There are 2 spaces left in the Casual Clay Class starting Thursday April 22 check it out HERE If you want to go on the waiting list for next term or...

Klytie Pate Award

I was chuffed to have one of my teapots to be recently selected as a finalist in the Klytie Pate Award Mansfield, Victoria I was in great company with some brilliant Australian potters, one of only 40 to be on display. Not the winner, but this baby did...

casual clay classes – term 2

And now we are suddenly in March! Okay, welcome autumn! Although, it’s 30 degrees here on Mt Tamborine as I write this…. My first term of ceramic classes are at the halfway mark and I’m blessed with a bunch of keen students. So now I am pleased to...

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