It’s a wrap…..

and a smile and a chat. That’s what markets are all about. Getting to meet new clients, catching up with fellow makers and making new friends.

Thanks to all for making it such a fun day.


All The Australian  Ceramics Association members all lined up and ready to go.

Tony Schlosser practising his selling technique. Carlene does not look impressed.


The The Australian Ceramics Associaton table. No we’re not big drinkers. Hopefully the next photo will explain all.

I take full responsibility for the drinks trolley. My humble offerings were shot glasses and what better way to show them off. May I take this opportunity to say how wonderful alcohol tastes in ceramic glasses. Ceramic helps retain the pure taste of the whatever is your favourite tipple. Mine is Amaretto. What’s yours?

Offerings from some of the wonderfully talented makers on the day.

Ashley Fiona’s whimiscal pinched beakers

Jill Klopfer

Tony Schlosser’s ‘drool worthy’ celadon teapots

Kathryn Mitchell’s spoons all individually handpainted. (I’ll treasure mine Katy)



About Elisa Bartels

A ceramic artist/designer and sporadic botanical dyer chatting and photographing the trials, tribulations and celebrations of being an artist who doesn't want to starve.
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4 Responses to It’s a wrap…..

  1. chrismjames says:

    Looks like a ceramic feast. Jills work looks amazing, edible. Her cups look more appropriate for a bottle of Leffe Blonde (belgian beer) my favourite tipple. You asked!

    Is it on each month? If so I will be putting this date in my diary each month


  2. Katy says:

    Hurrah! I grin every time I think about the market day, I had so much fun. Such a pleasure to meet you Elisa, I’m glad the spoon will be happy with you 😉 x

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