Monday, September 6, 2010

III Biennale International De Ceramica De Marratxi - Robyn's Prize

Robyn Gill's prizewinning work - Coral Cone

Mallorca, Spain, 2010.

Now exhibited in Marratxi at the Museu de Fang

The same selection criterion was that it motivates to the jury, with unanimous decision in all cases, to choose the work ‘Coral Cone’ from the Australian Robyn Gill, to choose it as the winner of the prize ‘Terra de Fang. La Caixa’, assigned with 4.000 Euros.

“From the first moment we had the surprise of the big quantity of works that were presented at the biennial, what indicates that people like it, search of risk, of not staying in the tradition”, explained GarcĂ­a, “and for the election of the winners, that it was very difficult, we bore in mind the trend to the author ceramics, contemporary, avant-garde”.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Photographing our work

Another Sunday at Lane's and we bought cameras and tripods and backdrops and took lots of photos of our work. Here are a couple of images.

Linda's beautiful textures with glazes

Liana's been experimenting with pitfiring - love those smokey colours.

Planning day

We had a planning day at Lane's recently and brainstormed lots of dreams, schemes and real projects. Importantly we decided on more socialising, less meetings talking, more making art, less administration... New directions for AMN, yeah!!


ArtMakers Noosa are working together to produce a series of totems. Our darling Lane initiated the project and we'll be workshopping at the Butter Factory later in the year. We hope that you can see the resulting totem forest at our exhibition from 15th March to 5th April at the Gympie Regional Gallery.
Photo to follow

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Miniatures - A world of small things on display

Be prepared to look a bit more closely at all things small in “Miniatures”, the new range of art works created by ArtMakers Noosa. Our small world of ceramics and mixed media will surprise you.

The Noosa Library will host the installation and wall pieces artworks from Monday 6th September until Sunday 26th September. Works can be viewed during library opening hours.