Archives: Artists

Malcolm Greenwood

Malcolm has over 47 years of working with clay. A journey which began by studying with Japanese master potter Makoto Yabe and continues today with Malcolm making his living entirely from selling his work. Much of Malcolm’s time is now dedicated to producing custom designed and made tableware to hotels, restaurants and cafes throughout Australia, …

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Marina Pribaz

Marina Pribaz is a Ceramic Artist and Painter who has completed an Honours Degree majoring in Painting at RMIT in 1996, and later studied in the Diploma course Ceramics at Ballarat University. She has worked tutoring in painting at RMIT in the late 1990’s before moving up to the Central Highlands region of Daylesford, Victoria …

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Aaron Scythe

My main focus on ceramics has been the modernization and interpretation of Mino wares, particularly of the Momoyama period. Oribe is more of a philosophy of clay than glaze type – it is the freedom of both clay and decoration of the Mino wares that has captured my soul. How does one put one’s feeling …

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Ted Secombe

Ted Secombe is regarded as one of Australia’s most significant and accomplished ceramic artists and sculptors. Ted’s practice has focused on artworks in the decorative area where he has always aimed to create pieces of the highest quality and beauty. His career has spanned over 40 years and during that time he has exhibited in …

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Fleur Schell

In 1863 French poet Charles Baudelaire wrote … “Genius, is no more than childhood recaptured at will.” I am drawn to the playful and strangeness of Pop Surrealism and Contemporary Folk Art, and continue to reference both genres constantly while telling stories through porcelain and mixed media. My work explores themes of childhood innocence, simplicity …

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