September to October 2019
To complement these porcelain forms she also plans to expand her surface and mark making on stoneware clay and with glazes. Taking micropatterns from fungi that she photographs in local and Tasmanian forests, scaling them to the macro on the vessel surface using carving both at leather hard and post-high firing. She sees the residency as an amazing opportunity to be in a creative environment surrounded by fellow ceramic artists, sharing with and learning from each other. She is looking forward to being involved in the CPS community and is more than happy for people to pop in and see what she’s been working on and share what she has learned.