SAMANTHA ROBINSON SPLATTER PLATTER

$160.00

SKU: 20012564

Samantha Robinson ceramic splatter platter. Samantha Robinson has created this rustic organically shaped platter with great texture on both sides & stamped the back with her distinctive signature. A great platter for serving, displaying & enhancing any tabletop. 41 cm long & 22.5 cm wide

After completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the National Art School in Sydney Australia and following on with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honors) at Sydney College of the Arts, Samantha Robinson established her Sydney based ceramic design studio in 2000.

Today, her heart and environmental influences are reflected in many facets of her work. Her exclusively unique handmade pieces use only the finest of porcelains and display unique characteristics that are evident in her use of form, colour and exquisite finishes.

Samantha's designs have been chosen by many Australian master chefs and culinary providers to showcase their own unique creations.

Samantha's pieces are exhibited in many high end galleries and she also sells her work throughout the world through many hand picked boutique retailers like Spinifex Collections. The US, Singapore , Japan and Hong Kong are the most prominent thus far.

With a prolific taste for life and her obsession with colour and mused with the functionality and her fearless experimentation through design, Samantha’s Handmade pieces connect to such a broad spectrum of people from all walks of life. With her domestic range including everything from lights to teacups, watermelon bowls, and a stunning range of porcelain furniture, it is very hard to limit her work to just one room within your home. Samantha’s creations are meant to be enjoyed and used everyday.

Samantha’s Ceramic studio is based in Sydney, Australia and her flagship showroom is located in the exclusive shopping village of Double Bay, Sydney. The entire collection of her porcelain ideolgies can be seen here and now with the emergence of her new range of linen cushions and hand printed fabrics which are causing quite a stir in the textiles world as well.