Robyn’s love for ceramics began when her children where experimenting with clay at secondary school. She joined a Dromana Potters group and began taking weekly classes.
It wasn’t long before a home studio was set up on the Mornington Peninsula
These ideas transform into different types of firings form the smoke firing in the webber BBQ, saggar firings in the gas kiln and the most satisfying firing, Raku firing.
Robyn’s love for the outdoors is apparent in her work. It can be as simple as fern from the backyard to use in a “saggar firing” or a walk along an ocean beach where seaweed and shells can provide inspiration
Robyn’s work is displayed in Cook St Collective and Southern Bouy studios.
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