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1 Brian Maranda - Studio Potter [Edit]AustraliaEmailCeramicsWheel thrown Stoneware
City: Katoomba Address: P.O.Box 737 Postcode: 2780 Phone: 61404473598

2 CLAYSTONE Pottery [Edit]AustraliaCeramicsCups, Lidded Boxes, Beakers, Teapots, Vases.
Source Chris Plumridge City: Victoria 3190 Address: Fcty 4 /3 Advantage Road Highett, Victoria 3190 Phone: 61 3 9553 3330

"The ceramic works of Christopher Plumridge, who specialises in ergonomic, practical and strictly designed Porcelain and Stoneware functional wares and whose work is influenced by Chinese,Japanese English and Australian design practice."

3 Graham Hay [Edit]AustraliaEmailCeramicspaperclay
Source Victor France City: Perth Address: 3 Brookman Street Postcode: 6000 Phone: +61 8 9328 7592 Expositions: ?

Detailed information, articles, images, links, workshops, classes and art by Graham Hay and other paperclay artists from around the World.

4 Irene Poulton [Edit]AustraliaEmailCeramics"Specilised in handbuilt sculptural ceramics mainl
City: Perth Western Australia

"Some images of the work, a short biography, a couple of glazes and a link to other related sites around the world."

5 Jan Rodwell [Edit]AustraliaCeramics
6 Joel Smoker [Edit]AustraliaCeramicsStoneware and earthenware ceramics.
Source Joel Smoker City: Stoneville, Western Australia Address: Red Dirt Arts Studio, 36 Hollett Road, Stoneville, Western Australia 6081, Phone: (08)92952879

"My web site showcases the range of art media that I work in; including Ceramics, Photography, Drawing, Music and Peformance, all of which reference the Australian landscape and the Australian experience.Items can be purchased from the web site, music can be downloaded and interested people can visit my studio in person."

7 Johanna DeMaine [Edit]AustraliaEmailCeramicsfine decorated porcelain
Source my own photo City: Landsborough Qld Address: 55 Maleny Street, Postcode: 4550 Phone: +61 7 54941458

Johanna DeMaine started potting in 1971. After travelling extensively in Asia and studying in the UK, she established DeMaine Pottery Studio Gallery in partnership with her husband Ted in 1975 to produce quality hand thrown tableware. She held her first solo exhibition in 1979. Since then she has had 25 solo exhibitions and participated in over 60 selected group exhibitions. Her work is represented in public art galleries, museums and government collections both in Australia and overseas. She has also exhibited extensively overseas and her work has been presented to HRH Queen Elizabeth II of England, the Governor General of Australia and Crown Prince Frederick and Princess Mary of Denmark.

Since 1981 DeMaine Pottery Studio Gallery has been located at Landsborough, in the hinterland of the Sunshine Coast, Qld, Australia, close to the Glasshouse Mountains from which Johanna draws much of her inspiration.

8 John Dellow "the flower pot man" [Edit]AustraliaCeramicsLarge pieces ceramics
Source John Dellow City: Worongary Gold Coast Queensland Address: 25 Hugh Guinea Court Worongary Gold Coast Queensland Phone: 61 07 55302875

"I am a journeyman potter specializing in Terra-cotta wares .. Recently I have built a two chambered wood fired kiln to make glazed stone ware . My site also gives a demonstration of my throwing style.

9 Laughing Frog Pottery [Edit]AustraliaPots fired in an anagama wood-fired kiln
Source Ian Jones City: Gundaroo Address: Old Saint Lukes Church Gundaroo NSW

"The Laughing Frog Pottery site shows a range of wood-fired ceramics made by Ian Jones."

10 Lene Kuhl Jakobsen [Edit]AustraliaEmailCeramicswheelthrown white stoneware
Source makers images City: Heidelberg Address: Louise st. Postcode: 3084 Phone: 0394575770 Expositions: many selected exhibitions

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