Clay by Tina Coffee Cup with handle

Riverfolk

Regular price $45.00

 Coffee cup with handle by ceramist, Clay by Tina.

Approx 7.5cm x 6cm

This cup is oven, microwave and dishwasher safe and fired to high stoneware temperatures. 

Please note due to the nature of handmade products, there may be slight variations in glazing and sizing. 

ABOUT THE POTTER - CLAY BY TINA:

I took up pottery in late 2014 and learned the craft from Julian Centofanti and the wonderful team at Carlton Arts Centre. The mindful act of creating something from nothing makes pottery one of those things that has captured my imagination. Combined with my enthusiasm for plants and colour, my ceramics offers an insight into what I love about the world.

I spent a lot of my life studying and I have has degrees in biomedicine, journalism and international development; but despite years of study I actually feel most comfortable when on a pottery wheel. 

For the first couple of years of being a full time potter, I worked out of a studio at my Dad's hobby farm in Anakie. From my wheel I can see into the garden where the chooks and turkeys wander, I can watch our llamas and cows in the paddock. Since them I have moved to a different small country town and have converted an old shed into a studio. From it I can see my veggie patch, and get regular interruptions from my wonderful chooks. And Reggie, my beloved studio pup is always by my side.

Since March 2016 I have been a full time potter and have learned a great deal about ceramics, running a small business and myself. Clay has given me a life beyond my wildest dreams, for that I am grateful and hope I can only pass that forward in my work.

Please note due to the nature of handmade products, there may be slight variations in glazing and sizing. 

ABOUT THE POTTER:

I took up pottery in late 2014 and learned the craft from Julian Centofanti and the wonderful team at Carlton Arts Centre. The mindful act of creating something from nothing makes pottery one of those things that has captured my imagination. Combined with my enthusiasm for plants and colour, my ceramics offers an insight into what I love about the world.

I spent a lot of my life studying and I have has degrees in biomedicine, journalism and international development; but despite years of study I actually feel most comfortable when on a pottery wheel. 

For the first couple of years of being a full time potter, I worked out of a studio at my Dad's hobby farm in Anakie. From my wheel I can see into the garden where the chooks and turkeys wander, I can watch our llamas and cows in the paddock. Since them I have moved to a different small country town and have converted an old shed into a studio. From it I can see my veggie patch, and get regular interruptions from my wonderful chooks. And Reggie, my beloved studio pup is always by my side.

Since March 2016 I have been a full time potter and have learned a great deal about ceramics, running a small business and myself. Clay has given me a life beyond my wildest dreams, for that I am grateful and hope I can only pass that forward in my work.