Collection: Night Flower Ceramics

The potter behind 'Nightflower Ceramics', has an engagement with clay that goes beyond mere craftsmanship; it's a deeply personal and expressive journey. She describes her works as "fragments of clay poems or songs," intending to convey messages beyond mere functionality. The incorporation of time into her process, with each piece relating to the last and evolving as she comes and goes, reflecting a dynamic relationship with the medium. the influence of the Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island on her work, both visually and emotionally, adds another layer to her artistic narrative. The changing landscapes and inspiration drawn from the land and sea contribute to the uniqueness of the ceramicists creations.

She has exhibited with multiple galleries and hold works in private collections across Australia and the World.