Adriana Christianson
Image: Adriana Christianson

Celebrate ceramics at Clay Day at Eveleigh!
Celebrate the best in ceramics with Clay Day, a ceramics showcase being held at Eveleigh Artisans’ Market on Sunday, 3 November 2013. Market goers will not only have access to the work of some of the best artists working in ceramics today – they will also be able to learn more about working with clay themselves with special demonstrations, workshops and unique, one-off pieces available to buy.   Running from 10am – 3pm, 23 artists will be exhibiting beautiful must-have ceramic pieces – Simone Young will be demonstrating jewellery making, Maggie Paradysz will be creating a ceramic sculpture and Pauline Ryan will be making ceramic animals.


Image: Natalie Velthuyzen
“Eveleigh Market is thrilled to invite Clay Day back to Eveleigh to showcase some of the best ceramics being created in Australia today. The Eveleigh Artisans’ Market prides itself on showcasing creative and emerging work so Clay Day will offer something really special,” said Ariana Aljinovic, Eveleigh Market Manager. Vicki Grima from The Australian Ceramics Association is excited about the event saying, “Clay Day is a wonderful opportunity to promote and profile some of the great art being created using clay. There will be 23 artists showing off their work, offering a fantastic opportunity for Sydneysiders to be able to view and purchase some beautiful handmade ceramic art.”


Image: Helen Hay
The talented artists with their ceramics work on show include: Canbora Bayraktar, Susan Buckton, Joey Burns, Irene Charnas, Adriana Christianson, Carleen Devine, Cath Fogarty (China Clay), Ashley Fiona, Vicki Grima, Amanda Hale, Louisa Hart, Amanda Hawthorn, Helen Hay, Janette Loughrey, Louise Martiensen, Maggie Paradyz, Pauline Ryan, Tony Schlosser, Lindy Rose Smith, Catherine Tate, Natalie Velthuyzen, Jo Wood, Simone Young and The Australian Ceramics Association. The Artisans’ Market is held on the first Sunday of the Month and showcases the very best in independent art, design and crafts including painting, sculpture, photography, glass, homewares, designer clothing, and jewellery. The market runs from 10am – 3pm at the heritage listed Blacksmith’s Workshop at 243 Wilson St, Darlington.

Janette Loughrey
Image: Janette Loughrey