The 2017 Siliceous competition featured a very high standard of entries. Competition judge Greg Daly said that choosing the winner was particularly difficult when such a high level of craft and art were on display from so many of the entries. Greg’s notes on the winners have been edited by Fran Smith.
“Mollie understands her materials in throwing, and decoration placement. She has been able to create visual movement across, within and without the form through colour, pattern and form. Mollie has understood all this and taken it further.”
Contemporary studio porcelain is the main focus of Mollie Bosworth’s current arts practice. Mollie uses wheel throwing and hand building techniques to form a unique range of ceramic work with a focus on translucency, surface and print. Mollie is based in Kuranda, North Queensland and enjoys producing work for retail and exhibitions. Her work is available at selected outlets throughout Australia.