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Amelia Kingston




Amelia started work as a potter in Stawell, when she was 16 years old. She had an amazing teacher who inspired her to keep creating and to keep learning. She first learned to throw on a pottery wheel, and developed a keen passion for glaze technology. Her sister, Jemima from Kingston Jewellery and her were both told by their careers teachers that they would never make a living as artists, they both went out of their way to ensure they not only made it, but are passionate about their artwork.


Conversely now, Amelia mostly hand-build and is keen to create unusual, irregular and more organic forms. Her work is functional and food safe, but preferences the unusual with inspiration being taken from Tim Burton, Dr Seuss and other children's literature. All of her glazes are handmade in her studio.  


AKA is called this as a play on words, Amelia Kingston Art, and also aka as 'also known as'. In her local town Amelia is known for her teaching, but also as an artist, potter and entrepreneur. 


Amelia has had a number of significant collaborations recently, those being Anthropologie USA (handles and doorknobs) , Yalu apothecary (incense dish) and Fazeek (soap dish).   


All of Amelia’s pottery is handmade in her studio in the Grampians. She uses a porcelaineous stoneware and fire to 1220 degrees. All of her glazes are made from her own recipes and are food safe. She also use lustres, and china-paints most recently in her cactus collection.


She currently makes vases, trinket bowls, plates, earrings, necklaces, ring holders, planters and sculptural works inspired by her time overseas, especially her time in Norway and Iceland.  


One of Amelia’s latest collection is inspired by the works of Picasso. The cubist forms, combined with the softness of round handles, in the both rough texture, and smooth black brings a certain sensual quality to the work.

For More Art, our thanks for the following venues -

Grains Innovation

Cooks Manchester

Mackay's Jewellers

Hello World

Earles Menswear

Redrocks Books and Gallery

ISO hair Design

Hair Art

Imelda's Shoes

Bendigo Bank

Jubilee Hall

Russell Hall (Maydale Reserve)


Horsham Undercover

Meat Market

Lili Vogue

Chisholm HiFi


Horsham Plaza

Amcal Chemist



Horsham Regional Art Gallery

JRS Workshop

Centre for Participation

Uniting Wimmera

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