Find Me at……

The Mini Design Market               9am till 3pm

The Mini Design Market is located in the Comonos Arcade, 281 Logan Road, Stones Corner. A bi-monthly event showcasing handmade creations by jewellers, painters, leather workers, ceramicists, crafters, fashion designers, sculptors, hand made furniture and more. No imported items are on display.


It’s all about supporting local artisans, buying local and buying truly handmade!

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Hope to see you there….have a great day.

Individually handmade porcelain vessels to enrich the everyday.



I’ve been looking forward to August and have had my husband finishing off some jobs around the studio in preparation for the Unearth Your Local Potter  Open Studio weekend.

Next weekend I’ll be moving my wheels around so visitors can get a good view of my wheel throwing demonstration and giving the studio a good clean up.

Unearth Your Local Potter

Open Studios from 10am till 4pm Saturday and Sunday 16, 17 August @ my studio:

6 Osira Close

Eatons Hill, Brisbane Northside (between Albany Creek and Samford)

Hope to see you there….






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I can’t believe we are in the last third of June. With the colder weather, pots are taking that little longer to dry, I’m started this week putting boiled water from the jug in my  throwing water (trying to stop … Continue reading

November Market dates…..

During November you will find me at the following markets:-

Friday 01 November –  Albany Creek State School – Twilight Market

ACSS Market


Sunday 03 November – Young Designer Markets – Southbank

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:: simply gorgeous local handmade ::


November 9th 2013 :: 9am – 3pm

Ground Floor, Brisbane City Hall, Ann St Brisbane City


Studio News….

Today, was a big day in the studio. I’ve been finalising the first pieces for ‘Vitrified’  so they can dry and be fired ready for shooting pics for the promotional material for the exhibition in November. 

I made two more batches of coloured clay for my new button range – now an orange and lemon shade to add to the blue and pink.

Some wheel work and some test pieces for a tableware idea that’s been simmering at the back of my to do list for many years now… more of that in a later post.

I have included a photo of a plate from a new range I introduced this year.

Below is a sneek peak of my 2012 Christmas Tree decoration. Each year I design a new piece to add to our family tree. This little tree has been in the planning for a while now. I drew several different styles before I settled on this one. I used my paper drawing as a template to make this little one and now he will be the master for hand cutting this years range. It takes longer than using your everyday cookie cutter, but it ensures that each of my little tree has it’s own personality and is unique.  

Hers’s a little picture: –

The Christmas Tree will be decorated and I will be able to share photo’s later this month.