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Bronwyn Clarke Ceramics

Bronwyn Clarke with finished work.  Drinking cups made of a variety of clays and firings.
Serving Bowl - Bronwyn Clarke Ceramics
Teapot 3 Cups - Bronwyn Clarke Ceramics
Bronwyn Clarke Ceramics - Beakers with Bowl
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Tall vase detail showing special glaze texture and design.
Beginning of the firing, first burner on
Bronwyn turning bowl
Firing with gas
Outlook from studio
Bronwyn Clarke Ceramics is located in Deep Bay Huon Valley, Tasmania. With multiple decades of working with clay Bronwyn shares her passion of living the life of a Potter. She welcomes visitors to her studio and loves telling the backstories to the diverse selection of work on display. Formally trained as a Secondary School Art Teacher, through the National Art School, Sydney, Bronwyn became a Professional Potter/Educator spanning 25 years. See demonstrations and experience hands on trials on request. Bronwyn’s throwing is clean and refined. She produces a range of functional tableware and exhibition pieces in an 'East meets West' style. Glazes are satin matt, muted, smooth to the touch and gas-fired to 1280 degrees in slight reduction. Bronwyn uses local Deep Bay ‘wild’ clay sometimes blending it with commercial clays that provide her pots with a special point of difference. Her glaze interplay is inspired by the hues of the Tasmanian landscape adding a delicious dimension to Bronwyn’s individual pieces and connecting them to her special place in Deep Bay. All of Bronwyn’s work is suitable for use in the oven, microwave and dishwasher. Studio visits are welcome on weekends, and public holidays year round, especially in Winter, 10am - 4 pm or by appointment - just call to check availability. Video Call virtual studio visits from mainland and overseas are welcome.


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