Lineage by Larissa Warren

LINEAGE by Larissa warren

  • Five Lineage Vessels (available to purchase separately)
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  • Prism Large Vessel
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  • Pistache Black Porcelain Pot / Cup
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  • Prism Nerikomi Cups (two colours)
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  • Pastiche Porcelain Cup - small
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  • Pastiche Duo of Dark Grey Porcelain Cups
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Care instructions

All of my ceramic pieces sold are useable and made to store liquids. The body of each piece is made using one of Australia's finest porcelains, fired to 1280oC and fully vitrified. 

Due to the nature of combining various stoneware, raw minerals and porcelain clays, your work may have some very superficial (thin and only surface deep) spilts on the outside. This is rare, but does not change the function of the work. If your cup/vessel leaks, of course please contact me, however, all cups are checked and tested before sale.

If your ceramic piece has not been glazed, rather has a polished finish, I have applied Liquid Quartz ceramic sealer, which is a food safe, permeating sealer designed for use on unglazed ceramic ware. Please visit https://madeofaustralia.com/liquid-quartz/ for more information about this product.

Due to the thin walls of your porcelain piece, please be mindful that hot liquids will be hot to touch if in a porcelain cup. Careful hand washing of your ceramic ware is advised.

C.V.

Larissa Warren

Education

Bachelor of Fine Art | 1998 | Queensland College of Art

Bachelor of Education (Secondary) | 2000 | Griffith University

 

Employment History

Full time artist July 2019- present

Art in Clay, Director. Professional Development for teachers. 2018- present

Secondary Art & Photography Teacher | Tamborine Mountain SHS 2019

Secondary Art & Media Teacher  | Coomera Anglican College | 2005 to 2018

 

Exhibitions

 

Upcoming

Gatherers Thrown Contemporary Gallery London, May 2020

Lineage Art Nuvo Gallery, Buderim Qld, May 2020

Land- Movers & Shapers Broadhurst Gallery, Hazelhurst Arts Centre, NSW, Aug 2020

 

2019

 

Scripted by Nature- (with painter Ingrid Bowen) Suki & Hugh Gallery, Aug 2019

Clunes Ceramic Award. Peoples Choice winner and special award acquisition. 2019

Ceramic Arts Qld exhibition at the Australian Ceramics Triennial. Hobart, May 2019

 

2018

 

QATA & Brisbane City Council Exchange Exhibition Eagle Lane, July 2018

Siliceous exhibition Overall Winner Ceramic Arts Qld, 2018

Biennial North Queensland Ceramic Awards Finalist August 2018

Dwell on Design Fair Represented by Ann 330 Gallery April 2018 Los Angeles, U.S.A.

Mayo Sculpture Exhibition St Margaret’s Anglican Girls Grammar May 2018

Brisbane Rotary Art Prize Finalist May 2018

World Stage Exhibition Selected Emerging Artist Clay Gulgong. Mansfield Ceramics April 2018

 

2017

 

Stories from Sea & Land 2 person show Left Bank Gallery December 2017

Annual Members Exhibition Prize Winner November 2017 Gold Coast Potters Association

Clunes Ceramic Award Finalist October 2017

Table Talk September 2017 Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney

Brisbane Grammar Art Show, Invited Artist Aug 2017

Kindred Curator 3 - 28 July 2017 Left Bank Gallery, Gold Coast

Dwell on Design Fair Represented by Ann 330 Gallery June 2017 Los Angeles, U.S.A.

Brisbane Grammar Art Show Invited artist August 2017

Moreton Bay Art Prize Finalist May 2017

Brisbane Rotary Art Prize Finalist  May 2017

Accolade: An exhibition celebrating award-winning ceramics. Apr 2017 Kerrie Lowe Gallery, Sydney

 

2016

 

30TH GC International Ceramic Art Award People’s Choice winner  2016 Gold Coast Art Gallery

Fluro-Sense October 2016 Retrospect Galleries, Byron Bay

Rime of the Ancient Mariner September 2016 Retrospect Galleries, Byron Bay

 

Publications

Smooth Lines, Pottery Making illustrated, Sept/Oct 2019

Home Beautiful magazine Eye for Detail July 2018

Australian Journal of Ceramics published: April 2018 ‘The Darling Commission’,  ‘Nerikomi’ Dec 2018

Paul Blais- interview for The Potters Cast Dec 2017

Gold Coast City Art Gallery 30th Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award: Conversations with local artists