Open Stu­dio

Galston, Glenorie and Hills Rural News - - Heartbeats -

Over the week­end, four lo­cal ce­ramic artists opened the doors of their stu­dios to the pub­lic for the first time as part of the Aus­tralian Ce­ram­ics Open Stu­dio week­end.

Ja­nine Schenkel, Rona Sis­sons, Jen Lyall and her daugh­ter Emily Byrne spent the week­end in their stu­dios at Ber­rilee and Glenorie, where all were wel­come to learn about their lo­cal artists, the ce­ramic process and pur­chase unique work.

Neigh­bours, friends, pot­tery stu­dents, col­leagues, artists and mem­bers of the com­mu­nity were free to ex­plore each workspace, have a cuppa, eat some bis­cuits, and take their favourite pieces home. It was fan­tas­tic to see the stu­dios filled with both fa­mil­iar and un­fa­mil­iar faces - in­clud­ing those from the Angli­care Re­tire­ment Vil­lage Pot­tery Group Cas­tle Hill, who char­tered a bus and made a day of it.

Thank you so much to ev­ery­one who vis­ited. we’ll see you all again next year!

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