Naturemuse Ceramics is a privately owned, ecologically sustainable studio nestled into the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, offering you beautiful functional handmade ceramics, collectors pieces and inspiring artists led workshops.
In our much-loved studio, time stands still as you are free to re-explore the natural world around you, get your hands dirty and redefine the way you think about life on the daily.
Nurture and nourish are our principles, as you are free to rediscover your passion for the earth, supportive community and the wholesome food that you eat. Building reverence for the here and now.
As you take your own journey with creativity, there are truly no mistakes, just things to take notice of as you re-kindle your passion for life and celebrate better creative lifestyle choices, in unique ways.
Fiona Cuthbert O’Meara is a contemporary ceramicist and sculptor. Her unique practice is a fusion of the hand built and the wheel thrown, the functional and the sculptural as she explores her love of the organic. Believing in the innate power of story-telling and the healing power of being present with nature, Fiona’s exhibition works and collector’s pieces always embody a deeply personal narrative.
Current creative works consist of surrealist figurative sculpture, organic ceramic vessels and found object installations. Each artwork has been intuitively crafted while exploring a deeply personal and authentic response to the collective themes of awakening from the unconscious human experience.
Fiona exhibits her work in galleries and spaces throughout the Sunshine Coast. Her latest collection from the recent exhibition CULTIVATE explores the natural environment and its precious resources, as she delves deeply into what it is to be human at this very complex time on earth.
A deep reverence for life drawn from the natural world highlights the source of inner peace and calm which can arise from the practice of loving self-reflection.
Now teaching from her private studio on the Sunshine Coast, Fiona Cuthbert O’Meara stretches her practice across many ceramic disciplines including wheel throwing, hand building, sculpture, and glaze formulation. She has just built an Anagama kiln on the land at her Doonan studio.
Fiona delivers regular workshops with a focus on authentic artistic expression for a range of skill levels specialising in wheel throwing, hand building and the alchemy of glazing.
In 2019, Fiona Cuthbert O’Meara was the recipient of the open ceramic award for “A Taste of Art”, at Noosa Regional Gallery for her work “Undergrowth.”
In the same year, Fiona was awarded the Geoffrey Walker Fellowship, where she travelled to the Penland School of Craft in North Carolina USA to study with world renowned ceramic artists and enhance her knowledge and skills in the craft of ceramics.
Prerequisites required; Ceramic Glazing 101 & Wheel Throw workshop must be completed.
Commence anytime based on availability, however, there is a waiting list for this class.
When you purchase a ticket, you acknowledge and agree that:
Once you’ve secured your spot, in addition to your tax receipt, you’ll receive an email from Fiona acknowledging your registration.
If you haven’t received the confirmation email within a couple of hours of your purchase, please check your junk mail.
Fiona will be in contact a week before classes start to provide you with instructions and what to bring.