work available currently

Robin Gibson Gallery,Sydney
Boom Gallery, Geelong
DEA Store, Sydney


On Now:


February 2024

Tiled with Kil.n.it studio
8th Februayr - 16th March 2024

Australian Design Center
William Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney

Coming soon:


February 2024

Ignite Art Show hosted by Women for Change
Thu 22nd Feb 2024, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT

The Sibyl Centre, The Women’s College,
The University Of Sydney, Camperdown NSW 2050, Australia


March 2024

Word Clay Group exhibition 
Opening: 15th March 2024

Paper Boat Press
60 ashgrove crescent
ashgrove qld 4060
wednesday to friday 10am-4pm
saturday 10am-2pm

Past:


November 2023

Little Saints, Robin Gibson Gallery
solo exhibition in Sydney opening 25th November.

October 2023

Rendered, plate show, Boom Gallery, Geelong, Victoria
Clay: Collected Ceramics, Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane, Queensland

April 2023

Paper and Clay, Art House Gallery
Art Gallery at Home735
Fire and Earth, Book Launch




Portia Geach Memorial Prize
Finalist 2022
S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney
Ebony and the angels 2022
porcelain discs with under and over glazes
53 x 33cm  overall dimension



Masculin/Féminin

Robin Gibson Gallery
278 Liverpool Street Darlinghurst
Sydney, Australia

www.robingibson.net/exhibitions/sassy-park-2022

Exhibition: 19 April - 11 May 2022

Smelling a flower 2021
 terracotta with glaze



Homies

China Heights Gallery, Sydney
A group exhibition 

Exhibition: 8 April - 1 May 2022


Sisters 2021
ceramic with glaze


Apothecary Now!
Object Space

Exhibition: 18 November 2021 - 25 January 2022, 
Australian Design Centre, Object Space
viewable from William Street, Darlinghurst.

Inspired by Renaissance apothecary jars (or albarellos), 
Sassy Park’s pots use similar maiolica glaze techniques
and motifs, linking the current Covid-19 pandemic to history.
The hand painted pots reflect the recent preoccupation with
newly developed pharmaceutical vaccines, controversial
cures and pandemic messaging.



Apothecary Pots for the Pandemic 2021
maiolica


Clay Dynasty
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Powerhouse Ultimo

Exhibition: 11 October 2021–29 January 2023
Everyday, 10am - 5pm



From the Isolation Plates series 2021
maiolica


Portia Geach Memorial Prize
Finalist 2021
S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney

Exhibition: 4 November - 19 December 2021



Mara Composing 2020 - 2021
porcelain

 

Good Grief: A group exhibition celebrating Snoopy and Peanuts
Sheffer Gallery, Sydney


Closing event: Saturday 6 November 2021 




Peanut Scoop (Kyathos)
2021
burnished terracotta

image © Karl Schwerdtfeger 2021


Sailor Pete
installation by Sassy Park & Mara Schwerdtfeger
as part of The Australian Ceramic Association exhibition, Ceramix,

14 May - 20 June 2021
Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Sydney
curated by Sophia Cai

    Sailor Pete film still, 2020 
Kings Cross, Sydney





Out of the darkness: A survivor's journey

The exhibition tackles the issues of the trauma experienced by survivors of child sexual abuse and the need for compassion and support within the community for people dealing with the consequences. It shows how art can be used both as a way of processing trauma and as a form of activism against injustice.

1 May - 1 August 2021
Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria
curated by Robert House

   Pell in Purgatory 2020
ceramic and lustre
24 x 8.5  x 8 cm




Muswellbrook Art Prize 
- Winner of the ceramics prize


Exhibition: 7 March - 2 May 2021,  Muswellbrook Regional Art Centre, judged by Lauretta Morton, Director of Newcastle Art Gallery

Apothecary Jars 2021 (detail)
terracotta, slip, glazes including majolica and hand painting technique
28 x 75 x 35 cm





Past Exhbitions:


EZY ART SHOW 2
Group exhibition

26 Feburary - 7 March 2021
Curated by Brodie Cullen
304 Liverpool Street

Bill Callahan 2021
glazed ceramic
21 x  11 x  15 cm




 

Meroogal Women’s Art Prize 2020
- 2nd Prize

Meroogal, Nowra, N.S.W.
Exhibition: 19 September 2020 - 17 April 2021


Garden Play Set 2020
ceramic, wood (found object)
26 x 35 x. 35 cm


Finalist in the inaugural National Small Sculpture Awards 2020, McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, Langwarrin VIC

Men’s Double (Tennis) 2020
ceramic, cement
37 x 31 x 16 cm

© Sassy Park

photography © Karl Schwerdtfeger