In alphabetical order by surname.
Virginia Angus trained as a graphic Artist working in Wellington, Auckland and London. When Virginia and Stuart Angus returned to New Zealand they bought 10 acres of land at riverhead near Albany and began building a 75 cubic foot diesel kiln. This kiln was used for some time over the next 35 years.
After 46 years living in Riverhead they sold their property and moved to Katikati which they love.
They still make pottery, ceramics and metal sculpture and gradually making jewellery has now become part of their creative lives.
Stuart and Virginia Angus live in Katikati which they love.
They still make pottery, ceramics and metal sculpture, and making jewellery has now also become part of their creative lives.
One beading class in 2010 and I was hooked.
My first love is using semi_precious gemstones but I also enjoy pearls, wood, crystals and glass.
I make necklaces, bracelets and earrings.