Working across jewellery, sculpture and ceramics within a vibrant studio practice.
Samantha Dennis runs a small studio from Launceston, Tasmania, where she crafts a range jewellery items and creates functional wheel thrown ceramics; including both unique private commissions and repeat production. Samantha also maintains a fine art practice, where she combines her craft based materials and skills to create small, intricate sculptures inspired natural phenomena and scientific discovery. After graduating from the Tasmanian College of Art in 2014 with First Class Honours, Samantha was awarded with a residency at Hellyer College (Burnie) as part of Arts Tasmania’s AiR Program. She is a recipient of the ArtStart Grant from the Australia Council of the Arts and is the 2016 winner of the Artentwine Sculpture Biennially’s Small Sculpture Prize. Samantha's retail work is currently available through Lord Coconut (Melbourne), Design Tasmania (Launceston), and Lily and Dot (Hobart).