Cath Price ceramics.

I first fell in love with Cath Price’s ceramics about 4 or 5 years ago when my husband and I bought three of her spiky bowls at David Bellamy’s Cape Francolin Art Hotel in Riebeek Kasteel. I remember David telling us that Cath, who was a student at the time, was going to go on to do great things. And he was absolutely right, besides, who wouldn’t want to have a bunny join you for lunch.

Cath tells us a bit more:

What does a typical work day look like?

Typical day? Hmmm. I tend to make stuff in ‘relays’ for eg. I will spend a couple of weeks casting, then sand (to finish off) and bisque fire for quite a few days and then glaze in a big batch. I have a small kiln so I can only do quite small lots in one go. I work out of my lounge and have a kiln in the garage. In between that is the sieving clay, mixing glaze and general work that goes with making ceramics.

Tell us a bit more about your background.

I have a MFA degree from Michaelis (grad in 2010), I started making ceramics in 3rd year of my undergrad degree and got hooked. I slip cast using porcelain and make all my own moulds.

Where can we buy your ceramics?

My ceramics are for sale in Haas and Fringe on Kloof mostly, a small selection in Imagenius and in Mythology in Kalk Bay, or directly from me (I live in Hout Bay).

Join her Facebook page to see all her new creations.

All images via Cath’s Facebook page.

Thanks Cath!


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