Camille Monet

The daughter of an artist and a piano teacher, Camille was raised in a very creative world. Her early experiences of living in countries including Fiji, Malta, England, and Bali helped shape her bold use of colour while inspiring her often used tropical motifs. Specializing in decorative earthenware ceramics using underglazes, and ceramic sculptures fired using the raku technique, she’s recently begun exploring batik design, spending several months in Bali creating a series of dynamic pieces which are wearable as well as decorative. She graduated with honours in fine arts from Griffith University in Queensland, going on to major in ceramics at RMIT in Victoria where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1997. After working as a pottery teacher, where she taught students from age 3 to 80, and directing an annual Children’s Art Carnival, she began devoting full time to her art. She’s exhibited in Melbourne, Queensland, and on Phillip Island and has been written up in Country Style, the Phillip Island Newspaper, and the South Gippsland Sentinel Times as well as being featured on Foxtel TV.

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