About the Workshop
Anne Mossman will be presenting a short workshop to demonstrate her techniques for nerikomi (coloured clay patterning). The vessels will be created using hand building to create an understanding of methods of colouring clay and several patterning techniques.
The workshop will demonstrate:
Anne Mossman - Artist Statement
"I have found pattern making by layering and manipulation to be a very accessible and spontaneous way of expression. I am intrigued by the shift of lines and the creation of patterns arising from quite subtle movements of the coloured clay bodies.
My early nerikomi work was characterised by intricate patterns and small delicate vessels and for a period I slip cast thin pattern pieces into moulds.
More recent work has larger gestural swathes of colour loosely layered and hand formed into large vessels. My influences come from geologic formations which have undergone the same shifts and movements but over eons. I’m originally from New Zealand, which is a country thrust up by relatively recent violent ruptures in the earth’s crust, the scars of which are part of my visual lexicon."
To find out more about Anne Mossman, click here.
An excerpt from the November article of the Journal of Australian Ceramics, courtesy of the artist.
|Event Date||24-03-2019 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||24-03-2019 1:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||11-02-2019|
|Cut off date||24-03-2019|
|Individual Price||Members $30 Non-Members $65|
|Contact Name||Dianne Peach|
|This is a CAQ Event||CAQ_Event|
|Location||Brisbane Institute of Art|