Logan Artists Association Grounds

Our Tutors

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Mako Waki

All skill levels welcome.
Acrylics, oils, watercolour, pastels, pen and ink, mixed media, coloured pencils.

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Kristy Flynn

All skill levels welcome.
Come and loosen up with some mixed media, acrylics, and inks
Wildlife, landscapes, seascapes, flora, etc……

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Debaran Wright

I have exhibited in a number of galleries in the Brisbane area, The Art Factory, Logan Art Gallery and lately at Hilltop on Mount Tamborine.  I have a completed a number of commissions for clients locally, in Sydney and in England. Some of my work now hangs in The Hague and France.

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Betty Sutton

Betty is a self-educated artist, she has attended many workshops and mentored and tutored by renowned artists both in New Zealand and Australia.
She has entered into many Exhibitions and during this time she has sold many works of art, acquired many commissions and gained many awards.


Isabell Warman

Wheel throwing or hand building.

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Marsha Brockhurst

Wheel throwing or hand building.

Helen Hodges

Wheel throwing or hand building.

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Suzanne Fink

All skill levels welcome.
Acrylics, Water Colours, Pencils, specialising in magic of colours.

Judy Sok Profile


Judy began as a pottery student at LAA when she was gifted wheel-throwing classes for her birthday.  She developed an immediate passion (and obsession) for this newfound craft, and participation in the LAA saw her skills and knowledge increase.  She would often share tips and tricks she picked up on the way with fellow students, and always picking the brains of others to learn more.

“My favourite part of potting is the surface decoration using my monoprinting experience to create colourful, random prints onto my pots, and also playing with the way glazes highlight texture on the pots.  I’m so grateful for the opportunity to be part of the pottery community here.”

In time she was trained as a tutor, and is just as passionate about her wheel-throwing students as she is making her own work.