I studied at UNSW Art & Design and Bezalel, and have been teaching ceramics for 10 years.
I'm passionate about pottery because it's great for creativity and wellbeing. Wheelthrowing is both meditative and fun, and creates a sense of peace, and a connection with nature and the earth. Like martial arts, where you harness your opponent's force and energy, you balance, manage, and build on the spinning force from the pottery wheel, using your own, to make something beautiful. Handbuilding is awesome too, as clay is malleable, tactile and easy to mold into any form.
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By Andrew Colunga (attended on 1 Mar 2019)
By Nova Chen (attended on 18 Jan 2019)
By Stephanie Cardy (attended on 14 Dec 2018)
By Kelly Donnelly (attended on 9 Dec 2018)
By Cheryl Collins (attended on 2 Dec 2018)
By Cameron Johnston (attended on 18 Nov 2018)
By Shayneh Ray (attended on 14 Nov 2018)
By Krista Sturday (attended on 21 Oct 2018)
By Romaine (attended on 19 Oct 2018)
By Farid Ng (attended on 14 Oct 2018)
By Luke Chan (attended on 7 Oct 2018)
By Yinbing (attended on 23 Sep 2018)
By Vanessa (attended on 16 Sep 2018)
By Maggie (attended on 16 Sep 2018)
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By Desmond Lim (attended on 10 Aug 2018)
By Daniel Lewis (attended on 29 Jun 2018)
By Mitchell Thomas (attended on 11 Jun 2018)
By Sandra (attended on 27 May 2018)
By Deryne Sim (attended on 25 May 2018)
By Anna Jordan (attended on 5 May 2018)
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