She completed an Advanced Diploma of Ceramics in 2004, but continually seeks and participates in professional development opportunities.
She attends conferences, up-skills in other mediums, collaborates with other artists, experiments and runs community programs that always require research and testing prior to implementation.
She loves making custom objects for clients, teaching pottery skills to students and getting children up to their elbows in clay.
If you have ever wanted to make a special project , join Tatty K for a class in her studio soon. Studio Tatty K is located in Littlehampton (near Mount Barker), just half an hours drive from Adelaide.
To make a booking call 0404 083 109
Classes that come to you with
“HILLS ART CART”:
Tatty K can bring art programs to your home, school, office, library, club, nursing home, community centre or event.
Choose from a variety of workshops: mosaics, screen printing, metal clay jewellery, polymer clay, mono printing, mixed media painting, Sculpture, spray art and more.
Giant colouring in boards can be brought to events, art entertainment or demonstrations can be arranged, come and try wheel the pottery wheel, etc.
Groups of 8 - 10 preferred for specific workshops, but can cater for larger groups or public "have a go" sessions.
Bookings essential, happy to work with home school groups. Contact Tatty K for a quote +61 (0)404 083 109. Can negotiate working within a set budget if required.
Tatty K can design and apply ceramic decals to trophies, signage, ready made dinnerware, custom made pottery or commercial/custom made tiles.
These can be custom designs, historic, photographic, black and white, full colour, plus contain text &/or image (including logos).
Decal projects start from $100, designed and applied .
Have you thought about a unique gift, sign or mosaic tile project that you would love to customize? Contact Tatty K today!
Youth Public Art Projects (above)
with the Pyro Graphix Youth Art Crew
throughout 2015, 2016, 2017 and early 2018 Tatty K & Rebecca Prince were artisitic mentors on a pilot "youth public art program" through the Mount Barker District Council in the Mount Barker Region
Working with a great group of local youth artists we installed 3 large murals, plus gained the participants an opportunity to be involved in another public project for"Our Hills ANZAC Story" on Stephen St in the Mount Barker main street shopping precinct
"We have acheived some awesome goals and watched the youth participants grow enourmously"
Anything one person can imagine,
another person can make real based on a quote by Jules Verne