Melinda Wallis

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $220.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
140mm diameter
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $420.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 190mm diameter x 140mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $420.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
195mm diameter x 170mm
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $390.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
100mm diameter x 160mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $420.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
190mm diameter x 130mm
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $450.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 200mm diameter x 115mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $420.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 210mm diameter x 110mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $450.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 195mm diameter x 130mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $420.00
/
Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 175mm diameter x 170mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $420.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 195mm diameter x 150mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $450.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
 220mm diameter x 130mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $390.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
140 mm diameter x 175mm 
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.
From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, Melinda Wallis strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece. that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda her individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda.

Ceramic Sculpture

Regular price $450.00
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Tax included.
OBJECT TYPE:
Sculpture
MATERIALS:
Clay
DIMENSIONS:
230mm diameter x 160mm
ORIGIN:
Dandenong Ranges - Corhanwarrabul 

Due to the nature of handmade pieces, photos are only indicative as each piece varies slightly in size, shape and colour. 

From her small studio in the Dandenong Ranges, MELINDA WALLIS strives for beauty in the form and surface. Simple designs can prove challenging, however this keeps her engaged as she continues to search for that one perfect piece... that enigma. She uses textured clays, often blending two or three together. The wheel gives Melinda the individual parts, and her hands assemble the finished product. The process is by far the main event for Melinda, the work is a bonus.

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