Clunes Ceramic Award 2010

The winner of the 2010 Clunes Ceramic Award was Neville French for his work, Mungo light 3. 

Neville French's work was acquired by the Ballarat Art Gallery for the Permanent Collection.

A High Commendation was presented to Phil Elson for his work, In the Brooding Colours of the Late Afternoon Across the Basque

Emerging Artist's Awards were presented to Amy Kennedy for her work Vibration Series and to Jane Watson for Lost and Found.

The People's Choice Award winner is Kim-Anh Nguyen for her work, Spinifex Family.

 

Winner of Clunes Ceramic Award, 2010

Mungo Light 3, Winner 2010 Clunes Ceramic Award, Neville FrenchNeville French

Mungo light 3

2010

Wheel formed & altered porcelain, limestone & feldspathic glaze


Collection: Art Gallery of Ballarat

www.nevillefrench.com

 

High Commendation Award

Phil Elson

In the Brooding Colours of the Late Afternoon Across the Basque

2010

Translucent porcelain

Courtesy the artist

http://www.philelsonpottery.com

 

Emerging Artist Award

Amy Kennedy

Vibration Series

2010

Artist blend glaze material, hand-built, kiln-fired

Courtesy the artist

 

Emerging Artist Award

Jane Walton

Lost or found

2010

Hand-built stoneware and decals on porcelain

Courtesy the artist

People's Choice Award

Kim-Anh Nguyen

Spinifex Family

2010

Earthenware paper clay with oxide

Courtesy the artist