My current work is inspired by Henry Moores concept of being true to the material where image and material sit comfortably. This also lends itself to the idea of the naked clay body, exposing the clay for what it is on it’s own, with out glaze, cover up, distraction or shame. As a potter I have explored the way porcelain bodies actually behave instead of forcing them into shapes based on there reputation, raising the question are they dysfunctional table are or functional sculpture.
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Miss Ilona Ann Topolcsanyi
Age: 28 years
E-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary of qualifications
Victoria University of Technology
Successfully completed a Bachelor of Health Science Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Moxibustion giving a qualification of Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
1995 - 1996
Southern School of Natural Therapies
Fitzroy Successfully completed Relaxation Massage Certificate
Victorian University of Technology
St. Albans Campus Successfully completed a Bachelor of Health Science Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Box Hill Institute
Whitehorse Campus currently studying Diploma of Art, Ceramics.
Sturt NSW Summer School
Ceramic figurative Sculpture with Margo Gabsi.
2004 Parkdale/Mentone East Community Bank “Arts Alive Series Sculpture Alive!”
2004 VCG Poised and Pat Emery Award, Northcote Pottery.
2005 VCG Poised and Pat Emery Award, Northcote Pottery.
Grants, Awards and Arts programs
2004 Parkdale/Mentone East Community Bank Arts Fellowship Winner
2004 Shell National Livewire Program