This exhibition has been Extended to 15th June Helen Clancy, Glenys McDonnell, Barbara Mann, Judi Searle, Li Lallo, Jenny John, Helen Kelly, Jan O’Neill, Jenny Stokes and Sue Trevillian will be taking part in the Eastern Studio Potters & Artists’ exhibition this year.
Introducing the Eastern Studio Potters & Artists
Working with clay is essentially a solitary pursuit. For this reason Eastern Studio Potters exists to provide connections between different potters. Members share knowledge and experience, push the boundaries and ‘fire one another up’. Meetings, workshops and shared exhibitions encourage and inspire members. This group was formed to provide this mutual support and inspiration over 10 years ago when a group of potters had finished their studies.
This group has been exhibting regularly at Bulleen Art & Garden. This year’s exhibition will feature a cross section of ceramics and paintings depicting flowers and plant forms.
Sue trevillian & Helen Clancy Jan O’Neill Helen Kelly
Previous Exhibitions at Bulleen Art & Garden
This group has been exhibiting at Bulleen Art & Garden for a number of years with a diverse, but unified body of work. The following images show works from previous exhibitions.
May 3 to June 2 2013
This is an exhibition which will be held in a nursery over mother’s day, so this group of expert studio potters have decided to turn their hands to making works which represent, or would be appreciated by, Mums who love the garden. These garden sculptures by jenny stokes are an example
2012 “Inspired by Music”
This exhibition shows the influence of music on their art.
Traveller’s Tales 2011
Di Beveridge, Robyn Carter, Meaghan Cavanagh, Helen Clancy, Shirley Freeman, Anne Jackson, Jenny John, Li Lallo, Barbara Mann, Glenys McDonnell, Barbara Ratcliffe, Judy Searle, Anna Sewards, Sue Trevillian
The members of the Eastern Studio Potters & Artists are once again exhibiting in our gallery. They have been very busy, both travelling and creating their art. This exhibition shows the influence travel to new places can have on our artistic output.
Images of just some of the work below
Inspired by Australian travels – Ceramic landscapes by Helen Clancy, and paintings by di Beveridge.
Inspired by Japan -Shino pots and patchwork by Barbara Ratcliffe.
Inspired by Botswana – ceramic figures by Anna Sewards
Inspired by Italy – pots by Jenny John
Inspired by China – sculpture by Li Lallo
Flowers by Robyn Carter and Bottles by Jan O’Neill