Handmade Table – Bush Picnic

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Creative Voyage Tasmania 2018

Creative Voyage Tasmania March 2018 I’ve only got a few weeks to go now until we pack our bags and head towards Tasmania.  This is my first tour and I can’t wait to introduce the creative voyagers to the artists and studios we are going to visit down in Tassie. Inspiration……. I was inspired to […]

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Creative Voyage Tasmania

I’m so excited to be offering 20 creative, curious, adventurous folk the chance to come on a voyage of Tasmania with me! I’ve been working with Trade Travel to put together a tour of the hidden, studios and spaces of Tasmania’s artists, chefs and secret spots for March 2018. I’ve hand-picked a selection of intimate […]

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Exhibiting at NCECA 2017-international ceramic art

I am back in the studio  listening to the calls of the currawongs in the trees and reflecting on the amazing experience of taking an international exhibition to the U.S In 2016 I was invited to demonstrate and present at one of the biggest international ceramic conferences in the world. Called NCECA and held in a […]

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“Omnus Terra”- an international exhibition

Last year I was invited to demonstrate at the the world’s biggest ceramic conference  in Kansas City. The conference is called NCECA and held annually in a different city throughout the U.S. thousands of artists, gallery owners, and collectors attend. It is very hard to get into and being invited was a great honour. It was […]

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American Road Trip!

I have clicked my magic shoes  and found myself in Kansas!  This year I am a presenter in the Process Room at the NCECA ceramic conference in America. I’ll be in Kansas from the 14th-19th of March. I use compound techniques and multiple firings to evoke specific eco-systems, using drawing, photography and thrown porcelain. I’ll demonstrate […]

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Exhibition at Beaver Gallery in Canberra

“Speckled, and spotted, the hidden beauty of the world where feathers and leaves and reflections mimic and call each other across landscape and species. The infinite variety of nature’s patterns migrate from eucalypt forests and the owl’s plumage onto porcelain teapots, jugs, beakers and bowls.” “The infinite variety of nature repeated in the patterns of […]

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Jazz Trumpet and Teapots

My lovely husband Trevor Hart is an award winning cheese maker.  He makes buffalo haloumi, mozzarella , burata and yoghurt.  before he became a cheese maker he was a jazz trumpeter and composer.  He is studying to become a Renaissance Man …I wonder what he’ll do next? Here is something fun we put together this […]

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Buderim Exhibition this Christmas

I’m in a beautiful exhibition “By Hand and Heart” at Art Nuvo Gallery in Buderim. Local artists, beautiful handmade work.   Buy local this Christmas.

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Studio Sale in December

Welcome to the ceramic studio……. It’s time to come to the studio for the annual studio sale!  Pots are piling up. There are spotty tea cups, plates, pitchers, jugs, small and large bowls pure white, pink, spots, watercolour clouds on porcelain, and I’ve got heaps of prototypes and special items that you won’t see anywhere else. Fresh […]

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