Collection: Girl Nomad Ceramics
Girl Nomad Ceramics are designed and handcrafted in Canberra by Richilde Flavell. Richilde enjoys experimenting with a variety of clays and glazes, to make work that is subtle, featuring soft lines with contrasting and complementary elements. Each piece of Richilde’s wheel thrown, functional work is unique.
Her range highlights contemporary tableware glazed with volcanic tones and exposed clay surfaces, while generous forms evoke the warmth and materiality of clay both in its raw, unfired state and the transformation of the plastic clay into high-fired ceramic form.
Since graduating from the ANU School of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Ceramics), Richilde has become an active member of the ceramic community, planning and producing creative events, as well as teaching. She enjoys introducing beginners to the joy of ceramics and helping more advanced students refine their skills as a teacher at the Canberra Potters Society, as well as other workshops and private lessons.
Image: Girl Nomad Ceramics, Plates, 2019. Photo: Anisa Sabet.