“I recently dined at Cupitt with a large group, indulging in a set lunch menu designed to share. There wasn’t a complaint to be had,” writes reviewer WENDY JOHNSON
Amesbury, who now lives and works at her ceramic practice on the far south coast at Barragga Bay, will be artist-in-residence during October at the Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center in Israel, which exists to “create a dialogue between different aspects of ceramics.”And not just that, the well-known local region ceramicist, who has exhibited this year at both the Stanley Street Gallery and the Courtesy of the Artist Loft in Sydney, has seen her work, “Capturing light,” selected into this month’s 5th International Triennial of Silicate in Hungary.
The Triennial, the brainchild of János Probstner, founder and former director of the International Ceramics Studio, is in Kecskemét, a large town 80 kilometres south of Budapest and an international team of judges assessed the work for entry.
All the works must be original and executed in clay, concrete, porcelain or glass, but artists were otherwise free to interpret the 2017 theme “Balance.”