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I gained a 1st Class Hons Degree in Fine & Applied Art from the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland in 2006. I immigrated to New Zealand with my family in 2009 and have been a practicing ceramicist working from a home-based studio in Lyttelton since 2010. I showcase my ceramic pieces throughout NZ at various galleries and also tutor pottery classes.

I feel overwhelmed by the beauty, scale and the miraculous intricacies of Nature. Experiencing rural or remote landscapes and seascapes, I am fascinated by momentary glimpses, indexical traces, entropy processes and archaeological references, communicating man's presence and time. The latter and the cycles, rhythms and routines of life lead me to manipulate clay, earth's primary material, with celebratory essence to relate a personal dialogue with my environment.

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This site started out as an effort to provide ceramic artists in Christchurch, New Zealand with an outlet for their work after the devastating earthquake that essentially destroyed the business district, and much of urban Christchurch in 2010. After suffering the loss of their physical outlets in the earthquakes some of these studio artists formed the Cracked Pots Society and launched this website which gives the public a chance to again see and buy their work.

Since that time ceramic artists have found new ways to display and sell their work. In 2015 NZ Potters took over the site and offerred it as a free service to members in New Zealand.

ceramicsonline.co.nz has now been handed over to Lawrence Ewing who hopes to further develop the site and offer it to all potters and ceramic artists in New Zealand.

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