Australian ceramist Larissa Warren has her own unique approach to clay. With a passion for traditional Japanese neriage (pattern) techniques, Larissa creates some engaging surfaces by combining translucent porcelain, colour and mixed textured clay.
click here to hear my interview with Paul Blais from The Potters Cast
Larissa designs and creates distinctive original artwork from her home studio, located in an underground bunker on Tamborine Mountain, Queensland. Having graduated from Griffith University in 2000 with a degree in Fine Art and another in Secondary Art Education, Larissa has spent 17 years teaching art, photography and ceramics.
With several accolades and awards, Larissa's work has also been acquired for several private collections, including at The Star Gold Coast's newest luxury hotel.
Winner of the Siliceous Award, finalist in the Nrth Qld Ceramic Art award, Clunes Ceramic Award, Moreton Bay Art prize, the Rotary Art prize and People’s Choice winner in the Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award. In June, L.A based Ann330 Gallery presented Larissa’s work in America’s largest design Fair: Dwell on Design.
Please contact Larissa for private and commercial commissions, teaching, workshops and exhibiting opportunities.
Affectionately nicknamed 'ratbag' by her husband of 11 years, her studio (often messy with numerous projects & collections) took on the same name.
Copyright © 2018 Larissa Warren / ratbag studios. No images, artist statements or content from this site may be reproduced or used without written approval.