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There are hundreds of studio potters and ceramists all over Australia producing unique, beautiful work. At Living Clay Australia we have focussed on the ones who specialise in innovative, functional pottery items that you can use, enjoy and display on a daily basis.
In addition to displaying and selling their work, we are also keen to promote and celebrate the individual artists and potters who produce them, so every item in our online gallery tells you a story about who created it, how it was made and some facts on the individual potter as well. The Potter's profile will be retained in our database for as long as they continue to be part of the Living Clay family even if they do not have any pieces to sell right now so you can look them up at any time.
If you are a potter yourself viewing this site and would like to find out more about how to become part of the Living Clay Australia family, just drop us a note through the contact us page and we will send you a link to access more information on how it all works. We will need to know a little more about you and your work and will also ask you to send us a couple of photographs of some recent pieces to start that ball rolling.
I have always been fascinated by ceramics, but my true passion for the art began with a job transfer to Singapore ten years ago. I was lucky enough to meet a number of great artists and teachers, who helped me to weave my feelings into a creative process. Inspired by the possibility of turning mud into art, I chose to study Ceramics at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Art. I then gave up my professional career, and returned home to Sydney, to open my very own studio,
In a world of modern rationalism, anything that appeals to the senses and feelings excites me. I like to work with a variety of clays and use a number of surface decoration techniques. Every piece teaches me something new about the art of pottery. I love the unpredictability of this medium; I feel as though each piece develops its own personality as it's created and this needs to be embraced, not fought with.