Gallery

Below is a selection of the works I have created over the years. I have listed them from newest to oldest so that you can see how my style has evolved as I continue to explore my creative talents. I enjoy seeing what appears as I allow my intuition to guide my work. If you click on the images they will enlarge and you can read the descriptive copy.

2022
2022

A continuation of my love of wheel throwing and sgraffito decoration

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Where I'm at
Where I'm at

This collection of work is a finalist in the North Qld Ceramics Award in 2022. It represents the natural inspiration of flowers, plants and birds in my daily surroundings

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Different perspectives
Different perspectives

I created this work with the intention of showing the same design on the front as on the back of the pot, with one side being white on black, and the other black on white. As I carefully painted in the design, it came to me that people can often view the same issue from different perspectives and come to different conclusions or hold different beliefs.

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tiny beautiful things
tiny beautiful things

It is said that “no detail is small” and I enjoy seeing beauty in the detail of tiny things.

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Garden Muds
Garden Muds

I've made many of these porcelain mugs, decorated with daisies, forget-me-nots and many other flowers that inspire me

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Morning Walk
Morning Walk

A porcelain vase with coloured sgraffito plants and flowers, inspired by those I see on my morning walks along the dusty roads near my studio.

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2021
2021

This year I have combined my love of ceramics, flowers, painting and drawing into creating carefully decorated ceramic pieces. I love that my creative path has come together in this way.

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Meiping #2
Meiping #2

This is another meiping/ blossom vase, with local wildflowers inspiring my sgraffito decoration.

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My Meiping
My Meiping

This pot was recently selected as a finalist in the Ceramic Arts Queensland award for ceramic excellence, Siliceous. I called my entry “My Meiping” because I was inspired by ancient Asian meiping, which is the Chinese term for blossom vase, created around 1000 years ago. My entry pays homage to the artists from long ago with a floral sgraffito design.

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