“My work combines a strong interest in drawing, or mark making, with ceramics. A particular quality of line is probably my signature – a rather fragile, delicate line, which often contrasts with very simple, minimal forms.” - Tania Rollond
Born 1973, Esperance, Western Australia. Tania completed a Bachelor of Arts in Design at Curtin University before discovering her passion for working with clay. She moved to Sydney to study Ceramics at the National Art School from 1997 to 2000, and then established her studio in the Southern Highlands of NSW, where she has been living and making work for solo and group exhibitions in Australia and overseas for the last decade. In 2011, Tania completed her Master of Fine Art (by Research) in Drawing at UNSW. In addition to her studio practice, Tania has been teaching since 2001. Her experience includes the University of NSW, TAFE and Sturt Craft Centre. She is currently a part-time Lecturer in Ceramics at the National Art School, Sydney, where she has worked since 2004.
See Tania’s @taniarollond works @hg_hamilton exhibition ‘Clay Intersections’ from the Australian Design Centre @australiandesigncentre. Free entry.
Image: Tania Rollond
Between Going and Staying (installation view), 2017
Image courtesy of the artist
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