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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 teapot in the top right image I am hoping to enter into the major prize award, The $7000 Siliceous Award for Ceramic Excellence with Ceramic Arts Queensland.

You can tell I love detail and the Steampunk style allows me to be completely over-the-top and get away with it!

Watch this space for the finished works.

 

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Open studio in November

VERY excited to be in the 2020 Australian Ceramics Open Studios Sat/Sun 21/22 November. My lovely studio will be (hopefully) clean and tidy and pots priced and displayed ready for sale. There will be the traditional sales table of seconds and old stock as well as fresh new work hot from the kiln. I’ll be offering discounts for my wonderful students and repeat customers so come along, talk clay, and bring some spending money #nearlyxmas

I will be giving throwing demonstrations all weekend so bring your children and friends to see how pottery is made on the wheel. See you next month!

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winter update

the boots, scarves and jumpers are out and it’s a lovely time to visit Tamborine Mountain: be invigorated by the fresh mountain air and spoil yourself to a hot toddy at one of our excellent cafes and restaurants.

I’m thrilled to say the Iso Tea-Time of the Soul exhibition at Under The Greenwood Tree has been extended so there is one more week to see this show of steampunk inspired ceramics, you can ask Janene for a copy of the catalogue