CERAMIC ARTISTS

LIST OF ALL RELEVANT ARTISTS

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Alyshia McInnes

Postcode

3293

Studio Marlo

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Alyshia McInnes is a Multidisciplinary Visual Artist & Illustrator from the Southern Grampians region of Western Victoria.
Her practice currently centres on drawing, painting, collage & ceramics...

McInnes

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Somrita Watford

Postcode

NA

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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

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Bev Plowman

Postcode

3228

Fox and Tribe Pty Ltd

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I am a contemporary artist from Melbourne, Australia with a distinctive abstract impressionist style. I am a multi medium artist, specialising in painting ceramics, mosaics and ...

Plowman

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Claire Ellis

Postcode

3057

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Claire Ellis is a Canadian emerging ceramic artist based in Melbourne. In her practice, Claire focuses on the research and development of using studio and restaurant waste materials in her work such as glass...

Ellis

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Simpson Myers

Postcode

3018

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Simpson Myers is a Melbourne based multidisciplinary artist whose main practice involves embroidery and oil paintings. Debuting professionally in 2017 with the artists first solo show “Sexistential”, her work explores the themes of mythology & religion, women’s sexual and spiritual life, and touches on the experiences of sex workers, motherhood, intersectional feminism, death and the afterlife.

Myers

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Kate Young

Postcode

3067

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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.

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Tushti Munbodh

Postcode

3181

JazzyT

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Autodidact Melbourne based artist, with a passion for art, learning, education, science and everything that involves compassion and helping others.

Animal rights advocate started JazzyT in honour of my beloved dog, Jazz who passed away in December 2019.

Munbodh

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