My ceramics is Handmade and Artist made, created locally in Western Australia. I have always loved making things and would love to share with you an alternative to the mass produced, factory made, imported ceramics you can purchase everywhere. My passion has turned into my business and I love that now my pieces can go from my home to yours; from my hands to yours.

So please enjoy, share and Rediscover Ceramics.

 

 

THE STUDIO

Since the start of 2016 my studio is now located in the beautiful Perth Hills, in Wattle Grove. Here at home I find I am constantly inspired by the amazing native flora and fauna, with large gum trees out the back, Carnaby Cockatoos, owls and kookaburras singing from the top of the hill, and stunning bush trail walks. 

I have a small gallery space and my Studio is now Open to the public by appointment. Please contact me to book a time, generally available Thursdays- Sundays.

CLASSES

Come and immerse yourself in a unique journey of creativity, play and discovery. I hold a variety of classes and workshops for children and adults, where you can create a variety of projects from the beautiful tactile medium from the earth; clay.  

I generally run my workshops from my home studio, but if you are hosting a special event, I can also come to you. I runs private events such as birthdays, hen’s nights, corporate events, school incursions and one-on-one or small group classes on a variety of techniques including functional items, wheel throwing, sculptural creations and larger artistic works. No prior experience needed and its great fun! 

If you are interested in learning how to handbuild, would like to organise a special fun pottery class for you, your friends or family, or are interested in a one-on-one wheel throwing lesson, please send me an email

Family Classes- a great way to get out and have some amazing fun, as well as make creative pieces for gifts or for the home. 

Family Classes- a great way to get out and have some amazing fun, as well as make creative pieces for gifts or for the home. 

 

 

Over the years I have really come to see how intertwined my own ceramic practice has become with my teaching. I am constantly discovering and learning new things, and love to see my students’ eyes light up when they get inspired by a particular work, and then add their own techniques, style and personality to the things they create.

I am just as passionate about sharing my knowledge as I am about creating my own ceramic objects, and am grateful to meet so many wonderful people along the way.

Danica Wichtermann in her studio