Judy Lorraine

Judy Lorraine (1928- ) was born in Bendigo, Victoria. She worked as an architect for some years before turning to pottery. Largely self-taught, and influenced by primitive pottery and the work of the sculptor Henry Moore, she specialised in assymetrical hand-built pots burnished with oxides, as well as making a small range of functional stoneware with ash and feldspathic glazes. In 1969 she started conducting classes for the Council of Adult Education. Initially based at Toorak in Melbourne, in 1981 with the help of Harold Hughan, she established the Bakehouse Pottery in Wedderburn, Victoria, where she started making one-off musical instruments in stoneware, porcelain and blackware. In 1983, she began a decades-long involvement with the Ceramic Mural project at Benalla. She was featured on the cover of the 2009/10 Bendigo White Pages for her role in founding Loddon Arts Inc. in Wedderburn and for voluntarily teaching ceramics at the Wedderburn Community Centre. She has entries in the 1974, 1977, 1981, 1982 and 1985 potters' directories. Her work is signed with an impressed 'JL'.

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