Christine Ball

Christine Ball began potting full-time in 1975, after obtaining a Preliminary Diploma of Art at Seaforth TAFE in 1971 and a Ceramics Certificate at East Sydney Technical College in 1972-73, then spending a year with Derek Smith at his Beecroft Pottery in 1974. She set up her first pottery at Wheeler Heights using a workshop grant from the Australia Council and, at that time began teaching part-time at Brookvale TAFE. She moved to Myoora Road, Terrey Hills , in 1978, and in 1981 moved again, this time to Uralla, where she opened the Myoora Pottery Craft Shop, renamed the Barking Dog Gallery in 1993. Ball marks her work with an impressed 'CB' that has changed case and style over the years. Myoora Pottery work is stamped 'Myoora Pottery'. Work made there by Ross Downie in 1978 is marked with an impressed 'MP' monogram.

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Christine Ball. Bell-shaped vase Ball, Christine Christine Ball. Bell-shaped vase $65.00 Buy Now
Christine Ball. Cheese plate and cover Ball, Christine Christine Ball. Cheese plate and cover $45.00 Buy Now
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