Raku Play Day 2020

Raku Play Day 2020

Raku Play Day 2020 Raku is a method of firing pottery that is quick, inexpensive and spectacular! Originating in 16th Century Japan and now practised all over the world this fun way of low-firing pottery is now available in kit form from Ceramic Arts Qld. Raku: a...
Dan Elbourne’s Deathgate Exhibition

Dan Elbourne’s Deathgate Exhibition

Dan Elbourne’s Deathgate Exhibition I was fortunate enough to be able to be present at the opening on 11 May of artist, Dan Elbourne’s exhibition, Deathgate. This exhibition is a ceramic installation that comprises of 1.3 million individual handmade ceramic pieces....
Hobart Triennale 2019 Wrap-Up

Hobart Triennale 2019 Wrap-Up

Hobart Triennale 2019 Wrap-Up At the closing session of the recent Australian Ceramics Triennale in Hobart, 1-4 May 2019, the 700 strong audience was invited to assemble again in Central Australia. The re-birth of interest in ceramics will undoubtedly see this as a...
Photographing Ceramics – An evolution of process

Photographing Ceramics – An evolution of process

Photographing Ceramics – An evolution of process I’d like to start with a caveat as such – I don’t profess to being a professional photographer, but like all potters, I have an ongoing need to document and promote my work through images and a life-long...