Tag Archives: porcelain printing

power of the potter

My mother was a potter. I remember feeling excited to see the glazed pieces being unwrapped, opening and closing a set of rectangular boxes with lids that fitted perfectly, drinking from her stoneware cups and being in her wheel room … Continue reading

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talking about the shift

I made three plant themed shifts. for the EKKA: they were hand printed linen with handcrafted and printed porcelain buttons and jewellery. The prickly shift: a layer of self protection to live with enthusiasm and inspiration. Sharp spines guard the sensitive being … Continue reading

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green

Art and life entwine as I prune, weed, water and plant this beautiful autumn. I’ve been printing some pendants and garden quotes for a commissioned mosaic piece- very fragile and far trickier than I imagined- each underglaze has a different … Continue reading

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bon à tirer

The journey from my sketchbook to the finished porcelain jewellery pieces is done and they will be on display and available to purchase at: The Artisan room Boombana Gallery 1863 Mt Nebo Rd Mt Nebo Saturday and Sunday 10-3  http://www.boombanagallery.com/ … Continue reading

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Porcelain printing: continuing on continuously

Continuing on with the porcelain printing It has taken much more time that I imagined.  Here are some pictures.

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printed porcelain brooches and silk scarves

Botanique Art Bazaar is held at the Mt Coo-tha Botanic Gardens in Brisbane with a range of botanically inspired artworks, jewellery, fabrics and hand made items at the Richard Randall Art  Studio (near the entrance) My groups made brooches by transfer printing … Continue reading

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