Louise Fulton is based in country Northern New South Wales, Australia. She makes wall sculptures and mixed media work in her art studio. She is interested in the beauty and symmetry and nature, often making minimalist forms with complex surfaces. Louise also works to various project themes which relate to site, time or historical figures. Recent exhibition work was based on Eliza Fraser and Charles Darwin.

You can buy her work online at her Etsy shop

Or follow her studio process on Instagram

In 2011 Louise exhibited with her sister in Tasmania at Salamanca Arts Centre. She has been an artist in residence in Japan at Shigaraki, Kecskemet Hungary, Cairns, Launceston, Gulgong, Darwin and Jingdezhen China. She has had solo exhibitions in China Japan and Australia.

 Louise has won several grants and awards including ones from NAVA, NSW Ministry for the Arts and from the VACB. She has been a finalist three times in the Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award.
Publications Sansey,T. (2005) ‘Prize winning ceramics’, Journal of Australian Ceramics, 44(2) Spencer,J. (2005), ‘TAFE NSW Arts and Design Prize 2004’, Craft Arts International, Issue64 Ross, J., Spencer, J. (2003) ‘Senses – TAFE Arts and Design Prize’. Pottery in Australia, 42(2) Pearce, H, (2003) ‘Legs Eleven’, Ceramics: Art and Perception, No 48 ‘Exhibitions’ photo, (2003), Craft Arts International, Issue 59, pg. 120 Fulton, L. (2002) ‘Hitchhikers guide to clay, Ceramics: Art and Perception, No 48

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