Tuesday, March 19, 2013

"ECO-ART AND CLAY" April school holiday workshop


This workshop is for primary school children and limited to 10 children. Your booking will be secured once you have paid the $80 fee, which can be done by an electronic funds transfer on the internet. Contact me for my bank details.

Come along and work in a Moorooka artists studio. Produce clay tiles from your own plaster stamps, paint, assemble a group wall work and take home your own mounted panel. April 8th and 9th at 2/28 Baldock st. Moorooka at 9.30 am to 12.30 pm. Cost $80.


2/28 Baldock st accessible from inbound side of Ipswich rd only. If traveling outbound turn left at Hamilton rd, do a U-turn then turn right at the traffic lights back on Ipswich rd and Baldock st is 2nd on the left, opposite the new Toyota car yard. The studio is on the left, a timber building painted yellow and white. Parking is limited as there are a number of studios in the block so you may have to park in the street.


Morning tea and a water bottle. Wear old clothes and bring an apron


Ginni Jones and Jane Gamble have both taught ceramics at schools, Tafe and worked as community artists. They are committed to passing on their knowledge and passion to young children and developing their creative skills.
Contact Jane 38432803 Ginni 0402188727 virginiajones21@hotmail.com


Monday, March 5, 2012


The first works I made at the gardens in 2011 was these unfired clay pod forms. I wrote continuosly around the form the names of the eight major forest types in Australia. Acacia Casuarina Callitris Melaleuca Eucalyptus Plantaions Mangroves Rainforests I later installed them in the bamboo grove where I left them to biodegrade.