Object 150 Ruth Byrne
OBJECT 150 2.0
Have a unique object created for you for $150 and support a local maker
Makers and designers are again doing it tough with their usual retail outlets in galleries, shops and makers markets closed during the 2021 Covid-19 lockdown.
The ADC team are working passionately to implement opportunities for our designers to recover creatively and financially. Help us help our makers!
Object 150 2.0 is where craft and design lovers pay $150 to have a work created exclusively for you by one of our makers. The work will be an original, unique, handmade object created by the maker for you.
Total cost of the work is $150 plus GST and postage, as required**.
ADC is not taking a commission on sales, we are passing 100% onto the maker.
Delivery time is 4 weeks from order placement.
We will advise you once the item is ready for shipping by Australia Post, or pickup by appointment from Australian Design Centre.
**POSTAGE: All online orders over $150 get free Standard postage, or $5 extra for Express Post.
No postage charge for pick up from ADC in Darlinghurst.
Ruth Byrne threw her first pot on the pottery wheel at the age of 15 and has loved it ever since, learning from local potter Catherine Phillips. She then made her way to the ANU School of Art in Canberra where she cemented her love of functional ceramics.
Ruth is influenced by her experience with pottery in Japan, China and her home landscape in Australia. In particular the ritual nature of pottery, in tea ceremonies in Japan and large communal meals in China and at home.
Clay is such a process driven material, and Ruth enjoys demonstrating the nature of clay at its various stages. The makers ‘spiral’ mark is visible on the inside of the pots, while the facets on the outside and undulating rims are reminiscent of the rolling hills of the Orange region.
More work by Ruth Byrne is available through Object Shop.
Ruth Byrne, Portrait, 2021. Photo: Jade Warne @hipstermumsocial
Byrnt Ceramics, Faceted Ceramics, 2018. Photo: Greg Piper.
Byrnt Ceramics, Ceramic Oil Dish, 2020. Photo: Courtesy of the artist.
Byrnt Ceramics, Faceted Ceramics, 2019. Photo: Rhiannon Hopley.