Amanda Hale

the silence, 2021

40 cm
Fired in a saggar loaded with sawdust to ‘midrange’, the heat and smoke transforms the clay into a shale like permanence highlighting what we have lost.
“In order to see birds it is necessary to become part of the silence.” (Robert Lynd)
Amanda Hale is a ceramic artist/teacher living and working in Sydney. She has a Diploma of Fine Art and an Advance Diploma of Ceramics. Amanda works predominantly in the medium of ceramics, responding to the environment surrounding her. She has been selected as a finalist in numerous art awards including the Gosford Art prize, Muswellbrook Art Prize and the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award. As well as her art practice, Amanda works as a senior art assistant and after school ceramics teacher

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