I work with glaze on glaze application by pouring in conjunction with wax resist. It is proving quite a challenge but the results are generally satisfactory. The learning curve is steep, however I feel it is worth the effort.
Born Ballarat, Victoria. Initial training, Ballarat School of Mines and R.M.I.T., Diploma of Sculpture, 1954-59 Residency: Hashima Kama Pottery Kurashiki with Master Potter Katsu Yasu Ogawara, Japan, 1976-77. Career Highlights: Retrospective Exhibition, Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum, 2013; Arts Advisor for Ceramic Collections, Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum, and Ballarat Art Gallery. Collections include: Meat Industries Employees Superannuation Fund Collection; Ballarat Fine Art Gallery; Bendigo Art Gallery; Castlemaine Art Gallery & Historical Museum; Shepparton Art Museum; Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale; Ceramics Victoria; Myer Bicentennial Collection for Practising Potters and numerous private and corporate collections in Australia and overseas. Over 40 solo and invitational group exhibitions throughout Australia. Articles in ceramic art magazines and journals, Australia and overseas. Has lectured on ceramic art in Australia, Japan, China.