victor greenaway

Victor Greenaway

Victor Greenaway is an internationally renowned Ceramic Artist represented widely in public and private collections both within Australia and overseas. He has earned a reputation for fine craftsmanship and innovative ceramic design, receiving many awards including a Winston Churchill Fellowship (1974) and an Arts Victoria award (1998), under the "International Export & Touring Program," to take an exhibition of work to Italy in 1999.

More recently, in 2004 he was an artist-in-resident at Sturt Craft Centre. Greenaway continues in the development of finely executed forms in the transclucent porcelain of Limoges, as well as producing a range of complementary forms using the ancient Etruscan black-fired technique
of bucchero.