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Archive of a few of our exhibitions over the past few years

Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra ACT

LIQUID - A survey exhibition of glass and ceramic artists

30 October 2020 – 31 January 2021


Belconnen Arts Centre

118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, Canberra ACT. Map


Shining a light on the beauty found in functional ware, LIQUID will applaud the sense of intimacy one experiences when using an exquisitely crafted vessel. Ceramic and glass artists from throughout Australia were invited to present works that epitomise the essence of good design, aesthetics and functionality. This exquisite survey exhibition is part of the 2020 Design Canberra Festival, with works and associated items available for purchase.

More Information: Belconnen Arts Centre

Ticketing: Tickets are free, but bookings are essential for opening night, due to Covid restrictions.

Pictured Right: Roman style jug 'Callista' (most beautiful) was a Haliad nymph of Greek legend, a daughter of Triton. Approx 40cm tall.

The glazes used for this piece are based on the colours of the Yass and Goodradigbee valleys and contain decorative elements that refer to the Wee Jasper fossil fields which are the remains of tropical reefs from an ancient sea of the Devonian Period.

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Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra ACT

HOLD - Various Artists - Group Exhibition

Friday 1st November 2019 – Sunday 24th November 2019


Belconnen Arts Centre

118 Emu Bank, Belconnen, Canberra ACT. Map


An invitational exhibition celebrating Canberra's regional ceramic artists who produce functional ware. This exhibition coincides and will be included within this year’s Design Canberra program.

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Pictured Right: Roman style jug 'Aella' (storm wind) with matching cups. Approx 40cm tall.

Aella (Storm Winds) large cerami stoneware jug and matching cups
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2017 Exhibitions

2017 Kerrie Lowe Gallery Christmas Exhibition

Saturday 25th November – Sunday 24th December 2017

Kerrie Lowe Gallery, 49-51 King Street, Newtown, NSW. Map


The fabulous, annual Christmas Exhibition at this lovely gallery that exclusively features ceramics.  Pictured right is a Bushfire platter in blue variation, one of our entries in this show.

More Information: Kerrie Lowe Gallery

2017 Jugiong Biennial Art Show

Friday 24th November – Sunday 26th November 2017

Memorial Hall Jugiong, NSW 


The cultural event of the year for the beautiful Jugiong region – the seventh biennial exhibition will be held at the Memorial Hall with over 200 outstanding works of art from local and international artists.  Pictured right is 'Nerida', a Roman 'lady jug' which is among the works we will be presenting.

Cocktail party opening on Friday 24th. 

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Friday 22nd September – Tuesday 17th October 2017

Kerrie Lowe Gallery, 49-51 King Street, Newtown, NSW. Map


Ceramics for a functional table. The Tabletalk exhibition is a large group show featuring ceramics from all over Australia and forms part of Sydney Craft Week run by the Australian Design Centre. We will be exhibiting our popular oil bottles.

More Information: Kerrie Lowe Gallery

2017 Sydney Tabletalk Exhibition

Friday 25th August – Sunday 17th September 2017

Kerrie Lowe Gallery, 49-51 King Street, Newtown, NSW. Map


Inspired, ridiculous, comical and intriguing teapots are featured in this famous annual exhibition. Pictured right is an 'Ocean Night' teapot, one of our entries in this show.

More Information: Kerrie Lowe Gallery

2017 Sydney Teapot Show

2016 Exhibitions

Friday 27th May –  Sunday 28th May 2016​

Radford College, Bruce, ACT

​This popular Canberra event has been running for over thirty years and celebrates creativity with an abundance of quality paintings, pottery, silverware, glassware and woodwork offered for sale by local and regional artists.  The Art Show opens with a gala event on Friday night and runs throughout the weekend, with a cafe and live music adding to the enjoyment.


Friday 4th March –  Friday 18th March 2016​

Handpicked Handmade, Gallery Klei, Sydney

​HANDPICKED HANDMADE is an invitational ceramic competition of wine decanter designs sponsored by Handpicked Wines in conjunction with Spectrum NOW Sydney Festival.


At right:  Our Entry, a Hittite wine jug. A 3000 year old design from Turkish/Syrian border area. Holds 750ml (one bottle) of wine. 50cms tall. SOLD

Saturday 21st November –  Sunday 20th December 2015

Inaugural  Exhibition, Tootsie Gallery, Yass   

​Tootsie Fine Art and Design Studio provides unique exhibition spaces, restored workshop space for hire and sculpture garden for artists and art lovers of many mediums to present their work and their passions to the public. Tootsie provide a friendly and funky atmosphere with awesome coffee and cakes – something different from the usual gallery.


Friday 20th November – Sunday 22nd November 2015

Jugiong Biennial Art Show, Memorial Hall Jugiong, NSW 

​The cultural event of the year for the beautiful Jugiong region – the sixth biennial exhibition held at the Memorial hall with over 200 works of art from local and international artists.  At right, one of our pieces at the Jugiong Art Show: Roman ‘lady’ jug. A 2000 year old design from the Roman Empire. Approx 35cms tall. SOLD

Alea iacta est

2015 Exhibitions

Friday 4th September at 5:30pm – 20th September 2015

The Rubicon: solo exhibition at Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra, ACT

We presented a major exhibition at the BAC Arts Lounge of original ceramic pieces inspired by the historical personages involved in the assassination of Julius Caesar. If Brutus gave a dinner party the night before, who might have been invited? Julius Caesar, Augustus Caesar, Mark Antony, Cleopatra, Porcia, Calpurnia, Cicero… Over 2000 years since the murder, and their names are still familiar to us today. 


“A certain seer warned Caesar to be on his guard against a great peril on the day of the month of March which the Romans call the Ides; and when the day had come and Caesar was on his way to the senate-house, he greeted the seer with a jest and said: “Well, the Ides of March are come,” and the seer said to him softly: “Ay, they are come, but they are not gone.” From: ‘Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans’ (a.k.a. ‘Parallel Lives’), Plutarch (Lucius Mestrius Plutarchus). Written c. 98 AD.


Opening Address: Ms Andrea Ho, ABC 666 Radio, Canberra.

Dedicated in loving memory of Brian Privett 06/08/47 – 24/08/15.

27 June - 11 July 2015

‘BeLonging’ Exhibition at ANU School of Art Foyer Gallery, Canberra ACT


We participated in the BeLonging exhibition, as a member of the Australian Ceramics Association, held as part of the Australian Ceramics Triennale. This exhibition encouraged the artists to draw inspiration and meaning from their surroundings, engage with notions of ‘belonging’ and explore changing attitudes to our ever-evolving community.


Chinese miners arrived in Australia when gold was discovered at Ophir in 1851, bringing with them material aspects of their lifestyle, including pottery. When the miners returned home, they left behind glimpses of their life in the archaeological record, including small, celadon-glazed soy sauce bottles. Such items were once common, but are now rare. This bottle is a modern rendering of an original celadon bottle, using stoneware and our own high-fire glazes, executed in a painterly fashion, to represent the landscape of Ophir in bushfire. It represents our respect for the unknown production potter who made the original bottle. SOLD.


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