THE PEOPLE BEHIND OUR BEAUTIFUL HANDCRAFTED PIECES
Distinguished studio ceramicists and artists, our makers display the very best of ceramic skill, technique and ambition. Creating highly collectable work, all handcrafted to the very best standards.
Ergonomically-designed products using fire-reduction glazes
Japneet Keith is a potter and trainer with nature being at the heart of her pottery designs. She studied Industrial Design at the National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad, India in 2005.
Colin Pratt has drawn and painted all his life using a range of media but changed to encaustic design in 2000 after a chance encounter on a visit to England. Now more than 23 years later, he’s experimented a lot with the medium creating incredible designs and sharing his skills with enthusiasts.
High Fired Stoneware Pottery
Kim Potter has worked at Commonage Pottery since 1985. He makes functional stoneware pots with delicate decorative surfaces sometimes inspired by his other passion - fishing.
Reduction & high-fired handcrafted ceramics
Hayley Bangham’s journey into the world of making pottery began at Perth Studio Potters in 2001 and this has been her passion ever since.
Hand-made & glazed using slips and stains
Kay Manolas is a Dunsborough- based self taught artist. Her inquisitive fun nature can be seen in her work. She explores the textural realms of clay and creates ceramic artwork inspired by the flora, seedpods and underwater life.
Stoneware high-fired handcrafted pottery
Sandra Vernonrose has spent more than 42 years as a potter. She studied pottery at Busselton TAFE in 1981 and has continued to grow in the space attending different pottery workshops and conferences to diversify her skills.
Functional, wood-fired pottery
Harry has been making pots for many years. An initial taste of making with clay came with evening classes at the Guildford Potters' in 2006. After a hiatus, Harry attended classes with Stewart Scambler at the Fremantle Arts Centre and this is where the journey into the deep rabbit hole of pottery really began.
Stoneware high-fired handcrafted ceramics
Sue Jones started potting in 1981 when a friend said she was doing a pottery course through TAFE in Busselton which was being held at the Busselton Pottery Group at the Old Butter Factory.
Wood-fired handcrafted pottery
Greg Crowe has more than 40
years’ of experience in making ceramics and teaching in Perth, Sydney, and many
other national and international locations.
Victoria Malone, a Perth artist, has been producing exquisite and ravishingly coloured crystalline ceramics for many years.