Kerrie Docker will join hundreds of potters and ceramic artists around the country opening their doors to the public next weekend as part of the sixth annual Australian Ceramics Open Studios.
The Table Top potter is the only artist between Canberra and Melbourne taking part and will be hosting pottery demonstrations between 10am and 4pm on August 18 and 19.
“Since I set up a shop and gallery in my caravan last year, this is my second official open weekend,” Docker said.
“This year I thought I would take the pottery wheel out for people to try.
“I’ve been doing quite a bit of teaching for MAMA and everyone likes to have a go – but it’s not easy!
“I’ll have new stock and older pieces of sale and people are often interested in just looking around the shearing shed I work in, it’s 100 years old.”
Docker has been making pots for 30 years and her personal display shop was opened in September.
Her studio is located at 604 Dights Forest Road.