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See me at the Markets:

Old Bus Depot Market
4th December
10th & 11th December

21 Wentworth Ave, Kingston ACT 2604
10am to 4pm

20November, 2016

From: 10am
Glebe Street Fair
20th November
Glebe point rd.


10am to 3pm
Glebe Artistan Market
17th December Saturday

Dr H J Foley Rest Park on the corner of Glebe Point Road and Bridge Road.





My studio in Katoomba

visit by appointment (ph 02 4782 5440)

Gateway to my studio - Gaudi walls





is now available at:


The Nook Craft Co-Operative Ltd
Located Upstairs
133a The Mall

Antipodes Bookshop & Gallery
138 Ocean Beach Road
Sorrento Vic

Own little world
122 Fordham Ave,
Camberwell Vic 3124
03 993965790

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
30 Park Street
Katoomba NSW 278

Webb's Gallery
Shop 5 Glebe Street
Kahibah NSW 2290

2/348 Stanmore Rd,
Petersham NSW 2049

Sweets Workhop
4/58-60 Carlton Crescent,
Summer Hill NSW 2130






Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
30 Park Street
Katoomba NSW 2780



Phone: 02 4782 5440



















You can see Sian now on Youtube!
- throwing a teapot,
accompanied with Bach cello music
(click here)



Sian has lived in the Blue Mountains for the last 20 years. All work displayed is made in her Katoomba studio.
Her ceramics have been displayed in many galleries and exhibitions including Everglades Gardens (Leura), Braemar Gallery (Springwood), Lewers Bequest Regional Art Gallery (Penrith), Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Teapot Show Inner City Clayworkers Gallery (Sydney), The Churchie (Brisbane).

”Working with clay has never ceased to interest me with every kiln fired there is always something new to discover and improve upon.
I am inspired by the surrounding of Flora and the local dragonfly in my area of the Blue Mountains. I also am interested in the Architecture of Islam, the repetitive patterns that are adorned on their buildings give many possibilities to follow.
At the present I am fascinated by translucency and the way light can illuminate through the porcelain. By carving through the clay I am creating layers of varying light that bringing warmth to the work.”

Sian Thomas


Phone: 4782 5440