Geoff Riley

Geoff Riley

My pottery journey began 4 1⁄2 years ago after attending a Club Open weekend and Raku firing. It quickly grew from a hobby/interest to a passion. Within 6 months I had purchased my wheel then a little later a kiln. I make both functional ware and ornamental pots,...
Anne Jillet

Anne Jillet

Anne has engaged in a creative practice most of her life. All forms of textiles have been her primary materials for her artwork for much of this time. She exhibited through a number galleries in Australia with works going to collections here and overseas. Like several...
Michael Ryan

Michael Ryan

Michael Ryan I joined the club in late 2018 after visiting pottery exhibitions at the V&A and The Met. These were magnificent collections that quite blew my mind! I became so fascinated by the timeless beauty and functionality of ancient pottery that I decided to...
Monique Burkhead

Monique Burkhead

Monique Burkhead is a ceramic artist who lives in Cairns, Far North Queensland. Born in Rarotonga, Cook Island and raised in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. She always had a strong interest in art, from primary school through to high school, and beyond. She began her...
Gabrielle Cooney

Gabrielle Cooney

My passion with ceramics began as a school girl and has increased in the past 5 years. My label Flintstone Designs started because I make quirky critter type bowls with legs and different personalities. Recently I have been making large egg and ball shaped sculptural...
Callie McLean

Callie McLean

After making clay finger puppets at after school care as a child, I was hooked and for 33 years I’ve been using clay for my sanity. I started my studies at Canberra Potters Society back in 1989 and got my first wheel in 1990. In 2008 I completed a visual arts...