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Origo Coffee Shop by Lama Architectura

Ceramics by Claire Ireland at Studiopottery.co.uk - 2012. Saggar beasts

Dietlind Wolf. May 2013 Issue - A tablescape of greenery and flowers

Lewis+Clark Handmade Post Modern Art Lamps

Claire Palastanga - Ceramic and gold leaf

New Designers On eYear ON Isabelle Busnel CLASSIC BROOCH

New Designers One Year On Isabelle Busnel DOUBLE CAMEO BROOCH

New Designers One Year On CAI-XUAN WU

New Designers One Year ON 2013 Ben Esthop RED RESIN BOWL

New Designers One Year ON 2013 Drew markou Plant Vessels

New Designers One Year ON 2013 ALICJA PATANOWSKA OLD WIVES SKIRTS

Centenary of Canberra 2013 : University of Canberra Bobby Bowls - Alison Jackson

SupercyclersSarah K + Liane Rossler, Sydney AustraliaPlastic Fantastic Transparent CollectionMaterial, single use plastic bagsThe Plastic Fantastic Transparent Collection brings a ghostly quality to the table - and refers to possibilities of disappearance and transience. These pieces are ethereal artworks - functional to a point - but more concerned with experimentation and proposing new ways of viewing waste materials. there is no ‘away’ - supercyclerswww.supercyclers.cominfo@supercycler

SupercyclersSarah K + Liane Rossler, Sydney AustraliaPlastic Fantastic Transparent CollectionMaterial, single use plastic bagsThe Plastic Fantastic Transparent Collection brings a ghostly quality to the table - and refers to possibilities of disappearance and transience. These pieces are ethereal artworks - functional to a point - but more concerned with experimentation and proposing new ways of viewing waste materials. there is no ‘away’ - supercyclerswww.supercyclers.cominfo@supercycler

WHY NOT ON CLAY??? Try wax resist on stamps! Instead of dipping a block in color, the artist dips a block in liquid wax and then prints on the paper. Once the paper is dry, the artist paints the paper with color and irons the paper to remove the wax. Great for glaze resisting.

Deb Davidson Falmouth University

Alice Smalley Porcelain teacups, Yellow Ochre Oxide and transparent glaze. Some of them have floral decals on them