Ceramic Artists

(in alphabetical order by surname)


Virginia Angus

Bio to come...


Dianne Caton

Dianne has been working, and loving clay for over 35 years. 

A New Zealander, working in the U.S. for over 30 years, her work echoes the culture she grew up in. 

Carving and altering the pieces when leatherhard,  Dianne now concentrates on slab vessels, boxes and sculptures.  

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Ursula Graham

Bio to come...

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Alan Jones

My interest in pottery started with mastering the wheel but over the years I became more interested in developing forms and shapes, building and sculpturing by hand.

My wood turning skills also allow me to incorporate recycled native timbers into my art.


Gary Nevin

Gary Nevin lives at Whenakite and makes his versions of humans and animals.

Visit our garden gallery at 1367 State Highway 25, Whenuakite, Whitianga.

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Pam Plummer

I'm involved  both with ceramic sculpture using stains and oxides and mixed media painting. Usually figurative and in painting  I enjoy a  mix of acrylic, drawing and collage.


In the 1960's I graduated in fine arts at Elam School of Art Canterbury, specializing in sculpture and some years later did a diploma of Secondary Education. I taught for over 12 years and came to live in Thames some years ago.