Nesta Nala: Ceramics by Tradition

The work of the Nalas is rooted in an ancient and revered ceramic process. Nesta’s method of hand built, pit-fired and burnished vessels is equal parts considered and disciplined, onerous and ornate. To begin, she would gather two types of clay (red and grey), typically hand-dug from the areas around her home.

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Juliet Armstrong

Juliet Armstrong: The Forms Become an Extension of Myself

Armstrong was an artist who aimed to continually puzzle out, provoke and play with the form and definition of clay. Her works range from cow hides, breasts and ceremonial protective aprons to the more traditionally utilitarian objects like vases, plates and bowls, but always with an interest in embracing the imperfections of the medium.

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