land and sky [lapa] (haze study, volume 2), July to December, 2004
Devised and fired at La Paloma Pottery at Hill End, painted and fired at
Silver St Marrickville. Terracotta (La Paloma blend) with ceramic pigments,
oxides, stains, slips vitreous engobes and glazes.
540 x 210 x 220 mm (overall)
Earthenware with ceramic pigments, oxides, stains, slips, vitreous engobes
258 x 173 x 160 mm
Sharawaggi [from a scholar] (haze study, volume 1) July - December 2004
Devised and fired at La Paloma Pottery at Hill End, painted and fired at
Silver St, Marrickville. Terracotta (La Paloma blend) with ceramic pigments,
oxides, stains, slips, vireous engobes and glazes.
330 x 305 x 200 mm
born Sydney 1951, lives and works in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
2000 Master of Visual Arts, Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, Rozelle.
Lookout, installation, Mori Gallery
haze, volume studies, 1-7 ceramics Mori Gallery
kiosk:room work object installation and seven songs glass installation Mori Gallery
Catchment, a field of beakers for Saint Hedwig of Silesia and for Wingecarribee
Swamp, installation of glass objects at Mori Gallery.
Catchment MVA Graduate Show, Newspace, Sydney.
Sedge,installation, Mori Gallery.Sydney
Sleight, installation, Mori Gallery.Sydney
Messages from the Bay, Terracottas, Mori Gallery, Sydney
Virtual Vases, Mori Gallery, Sydney
Transactions, Mori Gallery, Sydney.
Audile, Mori Gallery, Sydney.
Configuration II, Installation of Terracottas, Art Heritage New Delhi, India;
Configuration installation of Terracottas, Fine Art Gallery M. S. University, Baroda.
Object Scenarios, Central Gallery, Griffith University.
Ceramics, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne.
Vase Rattle and Box (Dislocation from Place), Mori Gallery.
Attachment to place: Ceramics & Pictures, Mori Gallery.
Selected Group Exhibitions
Undermining Rivers and the Threat of Longwall Coal Mining on Sydney's Drinking Water,
The Cross Art Projects
inaugural exhibition FLICAM Australasian Museum of Ceramics, Fuping Pottery Village, China.
Hill End Objective: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. Art, Activism and Environment.
Campbelltown Arts Centre.
The Clemenger Contemporary Art Award, Ian Potter Centre, National Gallery of Victoria 2005
Transformations the Language of Craft, NGA.
Lapped (catalogue.) curated by Peter Fay, Campbeltown Regional Art Gallery
common Ground contemporary ceramics, (catalogue) curated by Merryn Esson for Delmar Gallery
Scarts, Ceramics At Ceramic Art Gallery
Ceramics at Boutwell Draper Gallery (catalogue)
Forty, Object Gallery
Reflections, SCARTS glass at Wagga Regional Art Gallery
Plane to Line and point, Tin Sheds Gallery
Futurefunction Manly Regional Art Gallery, Sydney.
Sharawaggi and The Scholar's Table, ceramics by Toni Warburton and Anders Ousback
Ceramic Art Gallery Paddington.
Less is more, less is a bore, Brisbane City Gallery.
The Vase Show anniversary show Inner City Clayworkers Gallery Glebe.
September two installations: dealbatus, Toni Warburton, double damask, Margaret West.
Mori Gallery, Sydney
Drawing curated by Marie McMahon with Toni Warburton and Sue Pedley, Tin sheds Gallery,
University of Sydney, Faculty of Architecture
The Sum of Disparate Parts, Staff and Students of Gymea TAFE, Hazelhurst Art
Centre Community Gallery.
Federation, curated by John MacDonald, National Gallery Canberra
2000 Mirror: tea tree water table, table top component of installation with Patsy Hely and
Susan Ostling. Gallery 482, Brisbane.
Green collaborative installation with Margaret Roberts and Leslie Giovanelli at Kudos gallery Coffa
see Kudos web archive: www.coffa.unsw.edu.au
Wingecarribee Swamp Fundraiser, curated by Phillip Kodela, Toni Warburton and Stephen Mori.
Mori Gallery. Sydney.
White Ceramics Art and Perception Gallery , Paddington
Initial. Installation at Gallery 132, Balmain
Nature as Object, Perth Craft Triennial, curated by Robert Bell, Curator of Contemporary Craft,
Art Gallery W.A.
Ground, Canberra Sculpture Forum, earthwork with Susan Ostling.
Contemplating the Bowl, Distelfink Gallery, Melbourne.
Toni Warburton, Wake, Ceramics, (installation), Tim Maguire,(Paintings) Kelly Thompson( Ikat),
Dari Vongpoothorn,(installation) Mori Gallery.
Multiplication, the multiple object in art, curated Zara Stanhope, Monash Universty Gallery.
North Queensland Ceramic Award, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville, Home Brand,
contemporary ceramics at Casula Powerhouse, Liverpool
In Context, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, Potters Society. Australian Crafts for Tea, curated and
performed by Margaret Price, Australian Embassy Tokyo.
Misread in the Fortress,curator, Jan Guy, Kinesis Gallery, Leichhardt. Vessel, curator,
Peter Saines, ANU, Canberra School of Art Gallery.1996 Ceramics Conference.
Delinquent Angel, Australian ceramics at Faenza.
Interlock, staff and students, Ceramics, NAS, Artspace. Under a Hot Tin Roof, Tin Sheds Gallery.
Oceanic Influence, curated by Nick Waterlow, Ivan Dogherty Gallery, COFFA. Being with Objects,
curator Helen Stephens, travelling show, Orange Regional Gallery and others.
Women Hold up Half the Sky. Australian National Gallery,(1996 at Monash University Gallery)
Walking the Street, Newtown. Terminal 21 performance of airline stewards and aircraft
crash cards with Bruce Tindale and Jean Hartman .
Place.Product, curator, Susan Ostling, Ipswich Regional gallery.
Shhh... Mori Gallery, Sydney,Wish Hard, Curated Jo Holder, Wollongong City Gallery
Ceramic Design Group, Mori Warehouse,Sydney,Newtown Walking The Street
Working in Clay Today, ANG.Canberra, Touring Show
Vic Health Craft Award, , Guest Curator James Mollison. NGV.
Transformations curator; Diane Lloyd, Bondi Pavilion Fata Morgana 1, Gallery Constantinople,
Fata Morgana 2, egge Gallery curator; Tess Horowitz
4th National Sculpture Triennial, NGV;Architecture of Light, Mori Gallery;3 Artists from
Australia,curator Peter Timms Auckland.
Inside The Greenhouse, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney University.
The 80s a New Generation, Australian National Gallery, IPCL Terracotta Workshop
Exhibition, Baroda, India.
A New Romance, Drill Hall, Australian National Gallery.
Fire and Earth, Manly Art Gallery.Recent Acquisitions Drill Hall, Australian National Gallery.
Earth Plastics, Penrith Regional Gallery ,Brickworks ? Reading Pitts, Griffith University.
5 Artists in Manly, Manly Art Gallery.
Perspecta, Art Gallery of New South Wales; OZ Drawing Now, Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries;
QFDC 1975?85 Griffith University, Selection Exhibition, Guest Curator Tony Bond, Manly Art Gallery;
Australian Crafts Survey, Meat Market Melbourne;
Australian National Gallery Canberra, Phillip Morris Collection Canberra, Art Gallery Western Australia,
National Gallery of Victoria Perth, Mayfair Ceramics collection, Shepparton Regional Art Gallery,
Manly Regional Gallery, Perce Tucker Collection Townsville, Griffith University Brisbane,
Queensland Institute of Technology, Indian Petrochemicals Company.
Baroda India, Delhi Public School India, Public Art, Dept Housing Wooloomoolo,
Marrickville Footpath stories as well as private collections in Australia , Britain and India.
Challis court garden, private commission (2000-2001). Moonlight in the wake of a small shark.1997-8.
object wall installation, vases and salts, commissioned by Anders Ousback for the Harbour Restaurant,
Sydney Opera House, Woolloomooloo Housing Commission painted Rockpool mural panel with
other panels by (Margaret Morgan Susan Norrie Mary Rosengren Victor Rubin)South Sydney Visual
History Project Ceramic Murals with Susan Ostling, assisted by the Crafts Board of Australia Council
"Pictures for Cities" community tile murals with Susan Ostling Library, Redfern Primary School,
Factory Community Centre.
Grants and Awards
Visiting Artist, Ceramics studio Sydney College of the Arts, guest ceramic artist Fuping
Ceramics Factory China.
Artist in residence Haefliggers' cottage Hill End, sponsored by National Parks and wildlife and
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery.
New work grant, VACB
North Queensland Ceramics Award, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery Townsville, QLD.
Tokyo Studio, VACB.
Professional Development, Australia Council.
Ceramic Design Group (Prof Dev Grant), Australia Council
Field Study support (living costs) India, Visual and Crafts Board, Australia Council attached
to Bharat Bhavan Bhopal for research and travel; 1986: 1987 88 Commonwealth Fellow
Commonwealth Institute, London for Research and Travel taken up in India as non collegiate
student at Maharaja Sarajevo University Baroda, Gujerat.
Artist in Residence, Crafts Board Australia Council, Griffith University, Queensland
Crafts Board, Australia Council Workshop Development Grant for Glebe Estate ceramics
workshop with S. Ostling and P Hely Crafts Board, Australia Council