Exhibition: Disparate Dialogue
Tasmanian Ceramicist Tarsh Bonnice has been working in ceramics for 20 years. With a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts with Honours from the University of Tasmania, she creates functional, wheel thrown pieces, from porcelain and high-fired stoneware. Many of her designs emerge from fleeting moments that occur within her natural surroundings and garden – visits from black cockatoos and the blossoming of native flowers. She is also inspired by observing her children at play in nature, producing whimsical imagery of creatures including budgies and beetles.
Bonnice lives in Northern Tasmania, working from her home studio with views of her native flower garden and the beautiful Tamar Valley.