Stephanie Phillips

Stephanie Phillips "Moonlight Garden" Series

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"Moonlight Garden" series
ceramics by Stephanie Phillips

Potent, organic and totemic works, made especially for "Moonlight Garden", an exhibition of painting and ceramics, curated by the DEA Store and shown at YSG Studio Showroom, 21-22 November 2020.

The remaining ceramic works from Midnight Garden can be seen at The DEA Store, Redfern. 

The remaining paintings by Michael McIntyre are on display at YSG Studio,

1/303a Liverpool Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010.

33 x 20 x 9cm
White Raku clay

43 x 20 x 9cm
White Raku clay

18 x 20.5 x 13cm

15 x 23 7.5cm
BRT Stoneware

43 25 12cm
BRT Stoneware

Crescent Moon
27 x 23  x 14.5cm
White Raku clay

22 25 8cm
BRT Stoneware

Moon Beam
33.5 19.5  x 12cm
White Raku clay

26 18 110cm
BRT Stoneware

49 19cm 16cm
White Raku clay

22 x 17.5 x 6cm
White Raku clay

29 22 14cm
White Raku Clay

30 12 9cm

19 15 5.5 cm 
Terracotta Earthenware

26 19 16 cm
White Raku clay

22.5 18 12cm
BRT Stoneware

31 19 x 6 cm
White Raku clay

26 20 11cm
White Raku Clay

Moon Bulb 1
21.5 18 12cm
White Raku clay

Moon Bulb 2
25 21 12cm
White Raku clay


Artist Notes

Stephanie Phillips is a ceramic artist from Sydney, Australia.

She draws strong influence in her artistic direction from both of her grandmothers. Her paternal grandmother was a Russian immigrant who was a talented artist and craftswoman, while her maternal grandmother was involved in the establishment of The Crommelin Native Arboretum at Pearl Beach, NSW, where Stephanie has spent many weekends and holidays since childhood.

Stephanie studied glass arts at Sydney College of the Arts and fabric design and printing at East Sydney Tech before finding her true calling in ceramics. She has studied ceramics at various institutes including Gymea Tafe. Her resume includes visual merchandising, set dressing and styling.

In September 2019 Stephanie was invited to exhibit at 1000 Vases in Paris during design week. It was there that French fashion designer Jacqemus discovered her work and purchased all of her pieces from the exhibition to place in his restaurant Oursin on the Champs Élysées.

Stephanie's influences include Barbara Hepworth, Ruth Duckworth, Salvatore Fiume, Valentine Schlegel & Sonia Ferlov Mancoba amongst others.