Commonage Pottery

Star 5.0 (5 Google reviews)
Currently showing: A ceramic & painting exhibition by Victoria Malone & Demi McLeod - A F F I N I T Y a fusion of elements. The affinity shared between these two free spirits is led by their driving energy, overflowing creative juices and a positive, humorous take on life. The painter and potter exploring and pushing in their chosen mediums, trying to get hands up to keep up with minds while reflecting and building on rich life experiences.

Commonage Pottery

7 days a week 10 am- 5 pm
Commonage Pottery is part of the Happs Wines venue. A ten minute drive from Dunsborough town center.
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A pottery production site, supporting local artists and artists in residence on site. The principles & philosophy at Commonage Pottery is as universal as possible, producing objects that are real & utilitarian. The subtlety of the evolvement of the finest materials shaped with intense skill can produce basic sensitivity. In a world where skills are being ignored & shunned, they believe in them, not only in the act of producing a better product but in the sheer joy of doing and becoming.
Nestled amongst a beautiful vineyard & lovely gardens with a self-tasting cellar door, Commonage Pottery is an ideal studio to immerse oneself amongst tranquil lessons and a collector's paradise. It's a space that showcases almost all styles of pottery. From Raku Pottery to wood-fired, reduction fired copper reds to crystalline glazes- it is a gallery where pottery is still the core approach. 

Echoing the ethos of production pottery, Gary Hambleton is busy producing his varied range of functional pottery & and to add experiential value to space. Japneet Keith, an Industrial designer, is successfully running classes along with supporting the production facility.
The gallery proudly represents local WA potters: Kim Potter, Gary Hambleton, Greg Crowe, Victoria Malone, Beverly Mcmohan, Sandra Vernonrose, Sue Jones, Japneet Keith, Kay Manolas, Hayley Bangham,  with strong support from Alison Brown for any occasion.   



Commonage Pottery

575 Commonage Rd, Quindalup WA 6281, Australia


Star 5.0 (5 Google reviews)
Redhead Digital Marketing 13 June 2022

Did a pottery workshop here with some friends, it was amazing, we had lots of fun, learnt something new. All whilst enjoying Happs wines and in a relaxing, chilled-out environment. Definitely recommend.

Sunny 13 June 2022

Commonage Pottery and Gallery is a beautiful creative space full of history and magic. So much to see and "feel" here. I did a couple of pottery lessons with Japneet which were so much fun. We made a square butter dish which sits proudly on my kitchen bench. Thank you Japneet! It was my parents who introduced me to Happs wine and pottery 20 years ago! Anyone visiting the South West needs to come and hang out here at least once in their life time :-)

Susan Sharp 18 August 2020

I have enjoyed workshop experiences in two exciting mediums, encaustic art and pottery. Working with Colin Pratt and Japneet allowed me to use my creativity in a beautiful gallery space with professional, enthusiastic artists and I came away with pieces of art to display in my own home. Thoroughly recommended.

Beck O'Connell 18 August 2020

The pottery pieces here are just otherworldly! Thoroughly recommended!