Local sculptors to feature

Castlemaine's Ann Ferguson is among many local potters getting set to open their studios to the public as part of the Australian Ceramics Open Studios event next weekend. Together with another local sculptor, Ann has just received some welcome news. Photo: Eve Lamb

Eve Lamb

Getting set to open her local ceramics studio to the public next weekend, Castlemaine ceramics sculptor Ann Ferguson has just had some great news.
She and Green Gully sculptor Diane Thompson have both been named among the finalists in Sydney’s Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.
The welcome news of making the finals comes as Ann also prepares to open her studio in Castlemaine’s Bowden Street as part of a creative event aimed at unearthing the wider region’s local potters.
The Australian Ceramics Open Studios event takes place over November 13-14, next weekend, and Ann says she’s looking forward to sharing insights into her art and her studio.
“It’s really exciting,” she said after learning she’d made the finals of the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. Read more in today’s Mail…