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Lindsay Muir


  Lindsay Muir was born in Stanthorpe in 1964. Since completing a Diploma of Visual Arts (Ceramics Major) in 1984, he has worked in potteries on Norfolk Island, the Sunshine Coast and in England. Most of that time was spent at the wheel throwing domestic ware.

Lindsay's real love has always been hand building with clay. Since 1991 he has concentrated solely on developing unique ideas and techniques to create the pieces we see today.

The colours are underglazes which are applied to the finished piece and then kiln fired to 1100C.  This results in a permanent vibrant finish which helps to bring the clay to life. 

"The rainforest is a constant inspiration to me to create in clay what I see, hear, smell and feel in this special environment.  I try to bring the clay to life by recreating the textures, colours and atmosphere of the rainforest and the creatures in it."

Lindsay's work has been used to illustrate the innovative children's picture book "Green Air" by Jill Morris.



Graduated University of Southern Queensland 1984

Diploma Visual Arts - Ceramics Major


Worked as potter at Montville Pottery, Flaxton Pottery, Green Frog Pottery, Norfolk Island, England.


Owner/Operator of gallery “Clay Illustrated” at Montville.

Publishing of Green Air by Greater Glider, Children's Picture Book, illustrated in clay by Lindsay and written by Jill Morris.

Green Air Awards-Short Listed for Chrichton Award; Short Listed for Wilderness Society Environment Award.

Children's Book Council of Australia “Australian notable Children's Book”.

Award for Excellence for Special Exhibit-Australian Craft Show-Sydney

Highly Commended Award for Sculpture-Queensland Wildlife
Artists Society Inc.


November 1996 Australian Craft Show, Sydney
December 1996 Stanthorpe Art Gallery
March 1997 Nature Art Exhibition, Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha, Brisbane
June 1997 “Framed” The Darwin Gallery, Darwin
July 1997 Dromkeen Children's Literature Centre, Victoria
October 1997 Australian Craft Show, Brisbane
October 1997 Queensland Wildlife Artists Society In Wildlife in Art
November 1997 Australian Craft Show, Sydney 

January 1998 Hyatt Regency Resort, Coolum

December 1999 "Meet the Artists" Bold in Gold Fine Art Gallery, Maleny

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