Ceramics

Ann-Maree Gentile

Ann-Maree Gentile

06.03.2016: A whimsical range of colourful, absolutely adorable creations by Ann-Maree Gentile has just been unpacked at Town & Country. Images available soon.

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Betty Mitlan

Betty Mitlan

Betty Mitlan has worked as a ceramic artist over 35 years.  In recent years her focus has been Raku ceramics fired in a pit at her Yarra Ranges studio in Victoria.  Raku fired ceramics originated in Japan in the 16th century. The firing process differs from other...

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David Williams

David Williams

David Williams commitment to crystalline-glazed porcelain began while completing a B.A. (Fine Art) at Phillip Institute, Melbourne, in 1980.  After graduating, he established his studio in the tranquil forested ranges at Toolangi, just north of Melbourne.  David forms...

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Malcolm Boyd

Malcolm Boyd

“I enjoy the slow evolution of form. Shapes that are full and organic, rather than too precise and tooled.  The ultimate aim is to produce a beautiful piece, a pot well balanced in terms of form, colour and texture, but also expressing something of me. The journey of...

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Maxine Price

Maxine Price

Maxine Price has been a practising ceramist for 16 years and currently works from her studio near Canberra. She has exhibited regularly at ANCA Gallery, the Q Gallery, Form Studio, Falkner Gallery in Castlemaine, and at the Art Vault in Mildura. Her work focuses on...

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Sally Walk

Sally Walk

We absolutely adore our new collection of hand-carved ceramic sculptural works by Sally Walk. Winner of the Lorenzo il Magnifo award at the 2015 Florence Biennale, Sally has certainly earned international recognition for her unique ceramic sculptures. She has done...

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Wendy Reeve

Wendy Reeve

The ceramic works by Wendy Reeve are created through a series of processes: wheel-thrown, bisque-fired, glazed and finally Raku-fired.  At each stage there are a number of variables which will effect the outcome of the works and for this reason no two pieces are ever...

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