Visit three of the artists who call Moorleigh Ceramics their creative home. Once a high school classroom, it’s now the […]
Tag Archive for ‘figurative art’
“Ruyton Girl” sculpture commissioned 2017/2018 by Ruyton Girls School in Kiew, Victoria. 120 cm tall, stoneware, electric kiln BRT clay.
Small every day people
small sculptures of every day people carved in block of clay. Fired to stoneware temperature
Coiled sculpture, stoneware electric kiln
Anastasia. Raku clay, stoneware, electric kiln, coiling technique, textured. I know an elderly Greek lady named Anastasia. She often sits […]
2016 Annual and Awards Exhibition
2016 Annual and Awards Exhibition 6 August 2016 till 26 August 2016. A wonderful exhibition at 600 Bourke Street Melbourne. I […]
Mal Wood Foundry Award at Toorak Village Exhibition 2016
I am very proud to announce that I was the recipient of the Mal Wood Foundry Award for 2016, […]
Humans of Kingston drawings
Few portraits of Humans of Kingston. Black marker on paper.
Humans of Kingston Opening
Beata Dorain Exhibition Opening Friday April 1st 2016, 6pm at G3 Artspace by Hedley Potts 64 Parkers Rd Parkdale. Good […]
Humans of Kingston
G3 Art space and Kingston Arts are proud to present Humans of Kingston by Beata Dorain Ever-changing emotions and the […]
Ceramic sculpture, raku clay, stoneware, electric kiln, coiling technique There was a young woman at the train station, who after […]
Ceramic sculpture, raku clay, stoneware, electric kiln, coiling technique. I saw a little girl with two pony tails holding her […]
Female Form 2
Female ceramic sculpture fired to 1280 C, made with sculpture clay using coiling technique, textured by hand. 22 cm tall.
Cat figurines, stoneware, various glazes.
Kingston Arts Grant
I am happy to announce that I am the recipient of an Arts Grant from the Kingston Council. I am very […]