The unifying idea connecting this diverse group of ceramic artists is a preoccupation with expressions of the natural world. These expressions and the way they are realised are highly individual but all rely on an emotional connection to the natural environment.
Manic Fugue#1 and Manic Fugue#2 Shortlisted for the 2020 Klytie Pate Award (carried over to 2021). The Klytie Pate Award for Ceramics is a national prize open to all ceramicists in Australia and offers substantial cash prizes. The award attracts…
Ceramic sculptures shortlisted for: Manic fugue #1 Finalist in Contemporary category Manic fugue #2 Finalist in Open category
A popup outdoor, COVID safe, exhibition of contemporary ceramic sculpture and functional ware by seven artists: Kirsty Collins, Vanessa Leung, Michelle Bulloch, Jennifer Hartley, Vanessa Sim, Emily Wynn and Rong Li. Part of Sydney Craft Week, an initiative of Australian…
Received Award for Excellence End of year Ceramics exhibition November 2020 at Gymea TAFE, Gymea.
2019, “A Fresh Perspective”, Exhibition at Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Newtown, April – May, Sydney, a group show of select recent ceramic graduates of Sydney
2018, “Kindred” exhibition, at Yellow Dot Art Gallery, 5 ceramic artists; Dianne Brock, Sarah O’Sullivan, Bree Cribbin, Kirsty Collins, Cassy O’Connor, Feb – March, Erskineville, Sydney
Awarded Outstanding Exhibition Display and Conceptual Design 2017 “Rock Paper Scissors”, Ceramic Design Studio Graduation Exhibition, November, at MUSE Gallery, Ultimo, Sydney.