AUSTRALIAN CERAMICS OPEN STUDIOS
17 & 18 August 2019
Zeynep Testoni Ceramics Studio will participate in the Australian Ceramics Open Studios on Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th August 2019, from 10am-4pm. The studio will be open to the general public to visit and participate in activities. We will also be celebrating our 2nd birthday in Gerroa with wheelthrowing demonstrations, a student pottery marketplace and of course birthday cake! Come along and unleash your inner artist! FREE ENTRY
133 Headland Drive GERROA
Proud to be a Destination Kiama Partner
Since November 2018, a select range of Zeynep Testoni Ceramics can be purchased from The Kiama Visitors' Centre at Blowhole Point. The Kiama Visitors Centre is supportive of local artists, including two other talented and experienced ceramic artists who regularly teach in the Zeynep Testoni Ceramics studio, Donna Weatherby and Frances Smith. Purchase unique local artworks to remember your stay in our beautiful coastal area.
POTTERY DAY OUT
I had the pleasure of hosting Katrina Holden , freelance journalist, currently Editor @vacationsmag and her family in the studio in February. Our Pottery Day Out, becomes just the perfect thing to do whilst vacationing on the beautiful South Coast, lots of clay play , delicious food and the sights and sounds of the ocean from the studio. Click on the link to see more of @katrina_holdens photos from her stay on the South Coast. (this photo of me in the red apron was also taken by her on the day, I think I'd like to frame it!)
19 July - 25 July 2018
Stacy Burgess & Zeynep Testoni
Exhibition opening by Judith O`Sullivan, a retired potter from Tollijooa. The exhibition will also include works by the artists and students who frequent ZT ceramics studio.
MUGGED! EXHIBITION AT MAYSPACE GALLERY - WATERLOO
6 June -23 June 2018
"MUGGED! will include specially made pieces by emerging, mid-career and established artists with varying approaches to making, allowing for diverse interpretations of this ubiquitous object."
CLAY DATE - ZEYNEP TESTONI CERAMICS
March 26th 2018
Get your hands dirty by getting into some clay
It had been some while since I had visited the south coast of NSW to a small village called Gerroa, about an hour and a half drive from the Sydney CBD.
Maybe it was the sands of Seven Mile Beach, the scenic hills, the sound of the waves crashing on the ocean rocks, or maybe it was my childhood memories that brought me back.
It was all of this, plus the thought of getting all fired up by getting dirty with some clay with a bunch of friends...
To read Gary Brown's full article for Weekend Notes click below