tourmaline I 2019
1 May 2019

tania rollond dusk lines 2018

tania rollond corrugations 2018

tania rollond rust lined 2018

tania rollond new tracks and old boundaries, left, as paths unravel right, 2019 29cm h

tania rollond firelight, flicker, darkening earth 2019 h28cm

tania rollond faded cotton 2019, 19 x 9 x 9 cm

tania rollond ancient earth group 2019 h31cm

tania rollond wind woven I and II 2019 h24cm

tania rollond sedimentary structures group 2018

tania rollond night garden 2019 28 x 12 x 9 cm

boundaries 2019

The themes, landscape and mood of Tourmaline, the 1963 novel by Australian writer Randolph Stow, were central to a body of work commenced in late 2018 and continued into 2019. Ceramics and works on paper in this series have been exhibited across several group exhibitions.

Pieces from this series of coiled clay forms were exhibited in:

Collect: Clay
28 February- 31 March 2019
Jam Factory Retail, Adelaide
A group exhibition exhibition observing landscape in its broadest sense, featuring the work of Stephanie James Manttan, Ebony Heidenreich, Jane McKenzie, Mel Lamb and Tania Rollond.

Intriguing Charm
15-30 June 2019
Skepsi@Malvern Artists Society Gallery, Melbourne
A group exhibition showcasing the works of nine Australian ceramic artists.