Neville French

Sumptuous-lavish, luxurious, opulent, magnificent, resplendent, lush, lavishly… These words only begin to introduce you to Neville French’s ceramics. Zoneone Arts brings Neville French to you… Since you have left your position as a University…


Helen Earl

You currently are currently exhibiting work as part of The North Head Project curated by Katherine Roberts at Manly Art Gallery & Museum. Can you explain the process that takes place to produce artworks for a curated exhibition that respond to…


Mary Fox

You comment that your work is ‘original art work to inspire functional wares to enhance your eating experience’, enhance on this comment. To me, there is nothing nicer than using handmade dishes to eat or drink from. Though I no longer need to…


Claire Molloy

You combine two techniques in your pottery, horsehair and saggar firing.  Can you take one piece and explain both the combinations and techniques? I am mainly known for the horsehair firing technique. This is where a piece is heated up inside a Raku…


Matthew Chambers

When did you first begin to add layers to your work? The layering technique I use now began just after I left college in 2004. I have been way more interested in the sculptural over the functional in clay for many years, although it certainly didn’t…


Alberto Bustos

 You started your artistic career as a painter, why did you feel the need to work in 3D? When I was young I was interested all the artistic expressions: painting, photography, drawing... but I soon began to work in 3D and 2D made me feel limited. I…


Mark Noble

John Constable understood Turners vision as golden visions, glorious and beautiful.  Can you discuss your own feeling related to the visions around you and how you apply this to your art work? When I am doing a sea painting, I feel the wonder of the…


Amy Cooper

Expand on how you decided to return to University with the primary goal to set up your own business and how this unfolded? I had done years of cleaning and bar work after leaving school and knew I wanted to make a living out of being creative. I…


Nicole Aquillano

What lead you to leave your former career and take up a full time career in ceramics? I realized that life was too short to not love what I do everyday! I just knew there was a part of me that would never be satisfied until I gave my passion a……


Jo Davies

You began your art education at Cardiff School of Art and Design in 1999 by 2002 you had specialized in ceramics what made you take up ceramic above other disciplines? In fact, I had specialised by 2000, my undergraduate degree is from Bath School…