Tasmania's journal of discovery: arts

A journey through time

BY PATSY HOLLIS | For his master’s degree in Arts, Design and Environment at the University of Tasmania Fine Arts, ceramicist Ben Richardson worked in Tasmanian clays and glazed the pieces with materials garnered from Tasmania’s earth and rocks. He called the exhibition that marked his graduation “a journey through time” because he felt his work was underscoring the span from mankind’s earliest use of clay and fire over 3,000 years ago to the present day.

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At sea with Patrick Hall

Patrick Hall’s eclectic designs almost defy description. His amazing work is featured in an inspiring gallery shown here.

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