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A FRESH PERSPECTIVE Opens ‘Online’ Kerrie Lowe Gallery Newtown April 3

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In accordance with Government guidelines we have temporarily closed the gallery.
At time of sending we are still able to sell pottery supplies by appointment, admitting only one person at a time. Contact us on 0431 390 880 to make arrangements.
This may be subject to change.
Our annual Graduate Exhibition of ceramics by students from Universities and TAFE Colleges commences on 3 April and continues to 9 May.
While we are unable to have an opening event we will endeavor to show the range of work on the homepage of our website and on Instagram.

www.kerrielowe.com | insta: @kerrielowegallery

e: lowekerrie@gmail.com | t: 0431 390 880

 

Wheel Forming- 4 day Autumn School with Peter Dwyer April 14 to 17 -2020

Immerse yourself in this four-day Autumn School Master Series workshop. Join teacher Peter Dwyer for this hands-on throwing workshop. This introductory wheel-throwing course will utilise foundation skills and techniques to assist the pottery novice begin their journey at the pottery wheel. More advanced throwers are invited to enrol and they will be encouraged to include these skills in their demonstration of more advanced shape creation.

Course content will cover: Clay preparation, centring a lump of wedged clay then, opening up and pulling up and refinement of the clay shape on the pottery wheel. Discussions of personal design preference will be encouraged. These conversations will assist students relay their design intentions and include particular aesthetic and finishing techniques into their pieces.

Stoneware clay will be used for all throwing pieces. All work created /thrown, will need to be turned and trimmed the following day before additional pieces are thrown. This valuable refinement stage often transforms work into very professional looking pieces. Additional decorating slips and surface mark-making will also add valuable interest at this stage before works are dried for the first firing/ bisque.

Students will need their own throwing and turning tools. All clay may be purchased from the Northern Beaches TAFE Ceramics department.

Dates- April 14 to 17 -2020 Tuesday to Friday

Times- 9.00am to 4.00pm

Location- Northern Beaches Ceramics Dept- C Block 154 Old Pittwater Rd Brookvale

Teacher- Peter Dwyer

Cost- $460

31/3/2020

Due to – Covid-19  This course has been cancelled.  We look forward to offering it later in the year.

If you have enrolled already please contact TAFE to seek a refund.

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‘Pots for Potters’ Opens at Kerrie Lowe Gallery Newtown -Friday March 6th

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Colour and design in Ceramics with Nina Matthewson- 4 day Summer School Jan 21 -24 -2020

Colour and Design in Ceramics with Nina Matthewson- 4 Day Summer School- Jan 21 to 24- 2020 Immerse yourself in this four day Summer School Master Series Workshop to learn colour and design development techniques. Join Nina Matthewson to learn the art of mixing colour palettes and how to create semi abstract and abstract designs using a variety of design techniques. Your colour palette and designs will then be applied to clay forms using a range of application techniques. This course is designed for beginner to intermediate level students.

Find all the details HERE

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Ceramics by Mandie Robertson and Tracy Dickason Now showing at Sydney Road Gallery Balgowlah.

Mandie 2019

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‘This Is Us’ Opens 7th December at Craft NSW Millers Point Sydney

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‘Unearthed’ Opens at Hornsby TAFE Wednesday 20th Nov 6.30pm

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Mixed Palette Opens at Avalon Friday November 15th

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‘Flux’ An Exhibition of Ceramics by Student from Northern Beaches TAFE

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Please Join Students and staff to celebrate a year of creativity and community.

6pm Friday 29th November

‘Slow’ An Exhibition By Tracy Dickason and Sarah Mongomery Open Friday 15th November.

Tracey Dickason web link