Our studio is located in Lorne on Victoria’s iconic Surf Coast and Great Ocean Road. The shapes and surfaces of the pots are inspired by the rugged cliffs and coastline, the rock pools, the shifting moods of the ocean and sky, and the dance of the waves and tides on the pristine sandy beaches.
Just as every moment on the coast is unique, so is every piece we create at the studio; from the gentle flow of the glaze, the soft mark of the tools, or a subtle fingerprint, each pot tells the story of its making and the place it was created. The majority of the pieces here are wheel thrown and gas fired stoneware.
Andrew has been practicing ceramics for over 30 years. Producing mostly functional stoneware pottery, he also has experience in a broad range of firing techniques including traditional wood-firing, raku, and primitive pit firing.
“Something I’ve always loved is to create objects that combine simple form and function with the quiet, organic beauty of clay, fire and the natural world.”