Tags » Figurative Art

WIP. Value challenge. 

Struggled with this session. Model’s skin, her dress, and the cover on her chair were all similar tones and values. Plus she was sick and kept saying she might hurl, which was distracting to the big sister side of me, as I ran round trying to get her mints, Coke and a bucket in case she lost her cookies. 85 more words



Portrait, 30 cm, stoneware, electric kiln, sculpture clay, coiling technique, textured by hand

Australian Ceramics


Anastasia. Raku clay, stoneware, electric kiln, coiling technique, textured.

I know an elderly Greek lady named Anastasia.  She often sits outside of her house.  When my son was little and I was picking him up from kindergarten, she would often give him some sweet treats and invite me in for a strong cup of coffee.  75 more words

Australian Ceramics

2016 Annual and Awards Exhibition

2016 Annual and Awards Exhibition 6 August 2016 till 26 August 2016.

A wonderful exhibition at 600 Bourke Street Melbourne. I was so humbled to exhibit 3 of my sculptures with 60 wonderful artists. 19 more words

Australian Ceramics

Mal Wood Foundry Award at Toorak Village Exhibition 2016

I am very proud to announce that I was the recipient of the Mal Wood Foundry Award for 2016, as part of the annual Toorak Village Sculpture Competition. Awarded sculpture: “Little Girl”. 

Australian Ceramics

Mixed Media Art Challenge

Hey, here’s something fun to do. Go here to Blick’s art contest for mixed media. Look at the entries. Then vote, hopefully for my bestest buddies piece: 81 more words

Figurative Art