5 Stones, A Ceramic Journey by Steve Harrison

$70

Additions to Clay Bodies by Kathleen Standen

$40

Barambah Pottery 1969–1987

$22

Ceramics by Carole Epp and Julia Krueger

$68

Chester Nealie – Etched in Fire

$95

Colour in Glazes by Linda Bloomfield

$40

Developing Glazes by Greg Daly

$40

Firing Kilns by Benedict Brierley

$65

Flower and Vessel by Dr Naoko Yehenara

$29

How to be an Artist by Jerry Saltz

$45

Ivan Englund: Australian Potter by Allan Baptist

$45

John Dermer – Celebrating the Journey

$42

Kirsten Coelho by Wendy Walker

$55

Laid Back Wood Firing by Steve Harrison

$60

Live Form: Women, Ceramics, and Community by Jenni Sorkin

$75

Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft \ Prue Venables

$30

Lustre by Greg Daly

$33

Mastering Hand Building by Sunshine Cobb

$40

Mastering Kilns and Firing by Lindsay Oesterritter

$50

Mastering the Potter's Wheel by Ben Carter

$40

Natural Glazes by Miranda Forrest

$40

New Wave Clay: Ceramic Design, Art and Architecture by Tom Morris

$60

Paperclay: Art and Practice by Rosette Gault

$45

Pictorial History of Port Hacking Potters Group – the first 50 years and beyond by Jean Swinyard

$35

Porcelain by Vivienne Foley

$45

ReFire Pottery Project, Cherbourg, Queensland 2017

$12

Rock Glazes, Geology & Mineral Processing for Potters by Steve Harrison

$40

Sustainable Ceramics by Robert Harrison

$50

The Ceramics Reader edited by Andrew Livingstone and Kevin Petrie

$70

Throwing by Richard Phethean

$40

Tomewin Wood-Fired Bush Pottery by Colin and Janet Drake

$16

Wabi & the Chawan by Milton Moon

$10

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We pay our respects to Indigenous Elders, past, present and emerging, and to any other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who might encounter or participate in our Association, its event and programs.