Here are the biographies I’ve added to the online catalogue since December: Peter Accadia Janet Barriskill Hilda Barron Braemore-Carstens Gabrielle Brunsdon Sue Buckle Juneve Eastman Wendy Erickson Robert (Bob) Forster David Geschke John Gleeson Dirch and Lise Jans Kalaru Pottery … Continue reading
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Tagged "Braemore-Carstens", Alan Watt, Anne Mercer, Bernard Sahm, Cathy Oddie, David Geschke, Dirch and Lise Jans, Gabrielle Brunsdon, Giuseppe Raneri, Greg Pitt, Hilda Barron, Janet Barriskill, John Gleeson, Juneve Eastman, Kalaru Pottery, Kyong Hee Kim, Leonard's Bridge Pottery, Michael Wilson, Mrs A. Winter, Peter Accadia, Peter Minko, Robert (Bob) Forster, Robert Knighton, Robert Mair, Sue Buckle, Tony Martin, Trevor Pitt, Wendy Erickson, Yarrabah Pottery
Bega Valley Shire Council has just notified us that our rural address number is now 24 Oliver Street. We are still in the same place, but it may be slightly easier to find us now that we have an official … Continue reading
This wheel-thrown high-sided bowl was made at the Yarrabah Pottery in Far North Queensland in 1979. It has a pale grey glaze with white slip partially obscuring oxided sgraffito drawings of two crocodiles separated by panels of abstract Aboriginal motifs. … Continue reading
The gallery will be closed on Saturday 13 April just for one day.
This porcelain tile with curved sides and four rounded legs is signed ‘Barton’ on the base in ceramic crayon and is also entitled ‘Party Boys III’ in the same crayon. The platter is so playful in its subject and free … Continue reading
David and I couldn’t resist buying this hand-painted plate when we saw it on eBay. China painting is usually outside our remit but we liked the elegant design with its low-key palette and the way the pink impatiens flowers are … Continue reading
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It is now confirmed that Mystery potter #23: Flinn is Patrick Flinn.
Our online catalogue includes both sold and unsold work so that it can double as a research tool but this can make it difficult to see at a glance what is available for sale. I’ve just implemented an enhancement that … Continue reading
This small jug found at an op shop in Bega was made by Leonard’s Bridge Pottery in Ballarat. We’ve bought several pieces from this pottery over time and have found them all very well made. I particularly like the fine … Continue reading