Stephanie James-Manttan’s sculptural porcelain works are studies in light and balance. Her vessels evolve on the pottery wheel. Indenting the surface while wet, she transforms them into translucent, textural forms that have a soft woven-like characteristic. Influenced by indigenous basket weaving, her work is also informed by the inherent organic qualities of her chosen medium.
Alongside her exhibition work, James-Manttan makes a production line of tableware and has recently begun experimenting with other clay bodies such as stoneware and raku. She is co-founder of 6 Hands Studio in West Croydon and opened the retail space 3 Degrees West late last year. Her work is exhibited nationally and can be found in numerous leading Australian craft and design outlets, including at JamFactory, Council of Objects and One Small Room.
Register for an intimate workshop, where ceramicist Stephanie James-Manttan will provide insight into making a set of hand built objects that will be functional, unique and even a little bit quirky.
You will have the opportunity to use a variety of different clay types and will be instructed on different hand building and decoration methods. All levels of experience welcome.
Maximum of 10 people.
Cost: $265 - includes all materials, lunch and refreshments.
Enquiries: email email@example.com or mobile +61 410 479 895.
Handmade cups, bowls, plates, vases
Time & Date
12.00am 01 Apr 2017 - 12.00am 31 Dec 2017
Email or phone Stephanie to find out when the next available workshop is!
Stephanie James-Manttan Studio | The Clay Shed
142 Mount Barker Road
South Australia Australia
11 May 2017
Why does ceramicist Stephanie James-Manttan choose to work in SA?
‘Being a creative practitioner here in South Australia, we have lots of support from organisations such as Well Made. By choosing SA, you’re nurturing and fostering a whole creative community here in South Australia and it’s launch pad to bring your product across the world.’
Watch She Shopped's latest episode of South Australia in the Studio where they catch up with Stephanie at The Barn.
Special thanks to I Choose SA.