Ashlee Hopkins is an emerging ceramic artist seeking balance between function and aesthetic to make wares that turn everyday moments into personal experiences. These works, all made within the last six months, reflect recently explored aesthetics. They are all handmade at the potter’s wheel and red in an electric kiln to 1000°C, then hand glazed and red to 1280°C.
Taylor Summers, a.k.a. Trance, is an Adelaide Hills artist that creates her work both in studio and on the street. Specialising in acrylics and spray paint, she prides herself on depicting new perspectives on everyday objects […]
Isabella Whittaker is an enthusiastic young designer who has recently discovered a new style of drawing. These groovy ‘babes’ heavily reflect imperfection and individuality while recognising realistic body shapes and sizes. She has also incorporated birds, plants […]
Karlien van Rooyen is a clay-slinging lass who cares little for conventional aesthetics. She enjoys pushing the boundaries of her materials and embracing the ugly. Central to everything is an element of play—an absolute necessity […]