Category: Australian Ceramics

  • Happs Wine and Commonage Pottery

    Happs Wine and Commonage Pottery

    Founded in 1978, Happs and Commonage Pottery has a long and inspiring story as one of the pioneering, family-run wineries and pottteries in the Margaret River region.Our story begins with two local high school teachers, Erl and Ros Happ who fell in love in 1969. This young, passionate, adventurous couple had boundless enthusiasm and drive…

  • Mullum Clayworkers

    Mullum Clayworkers

    Mullum Clayworkers are a community-based collective of 50 potters producing a diverse range of ceramic works from functional to sculptural. The Studio provides an open workspace for both individual and collaborative creation while the Gallery offers the opportunity to showcase and sell artworks to the public.Mullum Clayworkers Studio and Gallery aims to be a dynamic,…

  • Earthen Gems Ceramics

    Earthen Gems Ceramics

    Having grown up on Aotea (Great Barrier Island) of Aotearoa, I’ve wandered my way from NZ’s rolling hills to Australia’s coastal paradise in the Northern Rivers.After studying in a local school in Sydney I now have my own studio to create and share.Working with clay has taught me so much about myself, and life.Creating Earthen…

  • North Coast Ceramics

    North Coast Ceramics

    North Coast Ceramics (NCC) sustains a community of professional ceramic artists who live and work on the North Coast of New South Wales.NCC provides opportunities for Members to interact with the public and to exhibit their work during three main annual events. These are the popular Mud Trail (August) celebrating twelve years and the Pre-Xmas…

  • Jenn Johnston Ceramics

    Jenn Johnston Ceramics

    I am a ceramist, living on Bundjalung Country, in Mullumbimby, NSW, Australia.I discovered my passion for clay after a career in health research and policy. I was hooked after the first class I took, and over the next few years worked hard to develop my skills, build my home studio, and establish relationships with wholesalers,…

  • Keramika

    Keramika

    “My work is inspired by my love of nature and the connection to the land, by a sense of place and a sense of just being. I love the exploration of my heritage and a sense of belonging.” Expressing a love of the natural world, Tali Cohen Flantz work is an endless exploration of texture,…

  • Ochre Ceramics

    Ochre Ceramics

    I believe we hold onto our most treasured possessions for life, they become the totems for our memories and milestones. A precious pair of gold hoops, gifted to us for our 30th birthday. A beautiful handmade ceramic vase passed down from our grandmother. It is so important to me that Ochre’s pieces nurture those same…

  • Cathy Franzi

    Cathy Franzi

    Dr Cathy Franzi is an award-winning visual artist interested in expressing scientific and environmental knowledge through the representation of Australian flora on ceramic form.Franzi has held sixteen solo and participated in more than thirty group exhibitions and is represented by Sabbia Gallery in Sydney and Beaver Galleries in Canberra. Her work is held in public…

  • Katherine Mahoney Ceramics

    Katherine Mahoney Ceramics

    I’m lucky enough to have a studio tucked away at the bottom of my Sydney garden, a wooden cabin that houses my wheels and glazes. There, among tranquil, leafy surrounds, I create my hand-thrown ceramics. The shelves are bustling with pots at all stages of the making process, clambering for my attention. My kiln hums…

  • Mudlarks Studio

    Mudlarks Studio

    Here at Mudlarks we’ve been bringing fun to pottery classes since 1997. The human connection to clay is fundamental and we tap into that to help you tap into your creativity. Class sizes are limited, with a maximum of 6 students in each.Small classes mean you get to know each other quickly which adds to…