Baroque beauties

AMANDA Bromfield, a ceramic artist and recent graduate of Lismore TAFE, is holding a Rococo clay sculpture workshop at Northern Rivers Pottery Supplies studio next Thursday, March 21.


PLAYFUL CLAY: Amanda Bromfield’s rococo clay figurines.
PLAYFUL CLAY: Amanda Bromfield’s rococo clay figurines.

Rococo is a style of art that originated in France in the early 18th century.


A recent trip to Paris and visions of the hooped dresses and powdered wigs of King Louis XV's courtiers have influenced Amanda's work.

Amanda will teach you how to build your own Rococo-styled figurine in raku clay and glaze your piece.

For workshop information and bookings, phone Paula on 6621 4688.

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