top of page

CERAMIC ARTISTS

LIST OF ALL RELEVANT ARTISTS

Suzanne Kaldor

Postcode

3191

Untitled design.png

Born in Hungary, educated in Australia. Teaching for Sixty Years Art and design. Exhibiting for sixty-five years. One man show 61, and exhibiting with The Contemporary Art Society, the Association of Victorian Scultprs, Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors
Beaumaris Art Group, and many more at the last 65 years. Since my advanced age
I still draw and make small ceramic sculptures.

Kaldor

Christine Lui

Postcode

3106

Untitled design.png

I am an art teacher who is selling art for fun. I have sold my first painting in 2007 and I love seeing the joy in people when they see my art pieces.

When I create my artwork it is my way to express my inner self and I use art as a form of therapy. My artwork are inspired through my life journey as an Australian born Chinese. I also have a love of exploring and travelling.

Lui

Claire Zylstra-Harding

Postcode

NA

Untitled design.png

I am an artist living in Melbourne, Australia. I have an Associate Diploma of Arts in Theatre Technology in which I studied theatre lighting and sound, stage management and scenic art...

Zylstra-Harding

Marlene Abela

Postcode

3995

Untitled design.png

I am a self-taught Glass Artist and have been practicing full time for 17 years; and absolutely love what I do. I work from my Studio in Anderson with my partner where we have our Gallery Shop. We are at the initial stages of building another Gallery within our space as I move into expanding my existing glass practice and working with other mediums that will enhance and compliment glass.

Abela

Alyshia McInnes

Postcode

3293

Studio Marlo

Untitled design.png

Alyshia McInnes is a multidisciplinary visual artist & illustrator living and working in the Grampians region of Western Victoria, Djab wurrung country. Her practice centers primarily on painting, drawing & ceramics.

McInnes

Kate Young

Postcode

3067

Untitled design.png

I normally spend a large part of each year travelling to different cultures around the world. The women I see on my travels inspire and influence my work, or as I call them “my girls”.

"Kate Girls" are all handmade and they tell me their personalities as I sculpt their face and hair. Once dry they are bisque fired to 1000°. They are then glazed and raku fired, sometimes multiple times.

Young

Kerri Lee

Postcode

3216

Untitled design.png

Kerri completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts and Post-Grad in teaching in her early twenties. She then moved on to signwriting and acting, but never stopped daubing with paint and pencil. She is now devoted to creating fine art and teaching pottery full time.

Lee

Somrita Watford

Postcode

NA

Untitled design.png

I am an Indian born, Melbourne based artist. Art was a passion of mine in my teens and twenties and I wanted to pursue it as a career, but back in those days the chances ...

Watford
bottom of page