Craft revival

Studio craft practice was revived in Western Australia from the mid-1960s, with artists developing innovative approaches to design and object making in a range of media, many of them interpreting aspects of the state’s natural environment and resources. Joan Campbell, for instance, received a national and international reputation for her raku work, pioneering new firing and glazing techniques. Form 1973 shows her devotion to the mystery of raku, earth and fore, as well as her interest in texture landscape and natural forms.

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