Method: Each piece is unique. Some of my clayworks are pinched, coiled or a combination of coils and throwing on the wheel. Stoneware clay, high-fired for best durability and strength.
My pottery is influenced by the Japanese aesthetic that highly regards the beauty of imperfection known as Wabi-Sabi which appreciates non-conformity and mostly non-symmetrical shapes.
- FREE shipping Australia wide.
- Fully Insured.
- Lovingly packaged for safe transit.
- Canvas artworks ready to hang on arrival. (Prints are unframed and not ready to hang)
INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY – Due to the weight differences and postal costs for different countries I need your specific details to calculate international shipping costs. Please email me – firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the delivery town/city, state, country and postal code plus the item you are interested in. I will then provide a specific quote for shipping costs for your order.
Refunds & Returns
No Change of Mind Policy
It’s important to me that you are happy with your purchase. Each piece is handmade and a unique one of a kind. Please choose and buy with care. Once the art piece is purchased it is yours and cannot be returned due to a change of mind. Once your order is processed and shipped it cannot be cancelled.
In the unlikely event that a piece should arrive damaged from shipping please notify me IMMEDIATELY via email to email@example.com. You must provide photos of both the packaging and the damaged piece within 72 hours of receiving the item and a refund or replacement will be determined.
Meet the Artist
My art is inspired by nature and by my natural inclination to explore the spiritual in the material. I love to immerse myself in nature’s stillness, beauty, aliveness, textures, colours, shapes. Sometimes I sketch out in nature, but what really happens on my sojourns into nature is an absorption on many levels that later comes out into my work.
I create mostly intuitively. What that means is what I see, feel, witness becomes shapes, marks, colour. I endeavour to express what has touched my heart and soul equally if not more so, than what I actually visually see before me.