Alison Frith is a ceramic artist living and working in Melbourne. Through a continued investigation of surface, she explores the relationship between unconventional finishes and contained forms. With a strong focus on technique, Frith employs crater glazes to counter the clean lines of her wheel thrown vessels.
Completing a Diploma of Ceramics in 2015, Frith was the recipient of the Trudie Alfred Bequest and winner of Craft Victoria’s Fresh! Sofitel Emerging Craft Practitioner’s Award. She has also been a finalist in the McClelland Gallery Mary & Lou Senini Award, the biennial North Queensland Ceramic Awards and the Victorian Craft Awards.
Dimensions: height approx 12cm, diameter approx. 8.5cm at widest point