It was a lovely sunny day on the Sunshine Coast so the drive to her country hideaway was an absolute delight. After meandering up into the mountains I found her little cottage tucked away in a serene pastoral setting, quiet and VERY picturesque.
Of course I had to have the grand tour of workshops etc. and see all her 'stuff'. Oh joy!!!
Rusty old bits of metal are transformed by Kim into gorgeous sculptures, both tiny and HUGE.... and she is sooooo organised. All her stuff is cut and sorted according to size and shape, ready for inspiration to strike (and it does... often).
|Personality dog 'Max' explains Kim's sculptures|
At the bottom of the garden is a huge two bay shed where her pottery workshop resides, along with a fabulous gallery of her pottery.
|Just a small part of Kim's work|
|Some exquisite porcelain pieces|
|Tiny totems, only a couple of inches high|
|My prize - the prototype for a larger piece|
|A little totem - with movable 'bits'|
|A gorgeous plate that Kim regarded as a second?|