Tania Davey

  • Ceramics
  • Painting
  • Pottery
  • Sculpture

Tania Davey’s paintings reference iconic imagery. Bold colours are rendered in an intuitive, creative style. A body of sculptural ceramics features raku, print and carving.

Studio Details

The Marritree - Art, Books & Music
3 Redgate rd

Opening Hours

  • Sat 9 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Sun 10 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Mon 11 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Tue 12 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Wed 13 SeptClosed
  • Thu 14 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Fri 15 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Sat 16 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Sun 17 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Mon 18 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Tue 19 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Wed 20 SeptClosed
  • Thu 21 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Fri 22 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Sat 23 Sept10am - 4pm
  • Sun 24 Sept10am - 4pm

I am presenting my work at The Marritree - Art, Books & Music Inside the Witch & Windmill 3 Redgate Rd Witchcliffe WA 6286

  • Parking suitable for cars
  • Parking suitable for buses
  • Family friendly (suitable for children)

A recent graduate with a BA in Visual Arts, Tania Davey is a painter and ceramics artist who has worked in the visual arts as a teacher and community arts facilitator for over twenty years. Tania trained in ceramics at Perth Studio Potters Club, specialising in raku and wood fired pottery, and began her teaching career as a pottery teacher for Association for the Blind in 2012. She became the pottery art technician at John XXIII College in 2014, and commenced working in local arts centres and on larger community arts projects. In 2016 she returned to the Margaret River region where she had lived in the early 90’s and established Margaret River Art and Environment, teaching nature based arts education to child and adults, and working with groups such as Nature Conservation and the Augusta River Festival. Tania Davey is currently the co-ordinator of Arts Ability, a long running arts program in Margaret River that enables adults with disabilities to access the arts. Earth care and reverence for the feminine are powerful recurring themes in Tania Davey’s paintings and ceramics. Her raku fired Nindup Fire Trees series responds to the recent fire that swept through the Boranup forest, south of Margaret River and its impact on significant wetlands. Her painting practice developed during her visual art studies, followed by a yearlong course with American artist, Shiloh Sophia. Connection to country and a deep respect for Australian Indigenous cultures also informs her work. Tania Davey is represented by The Marritree, a new arts and performance space in Witchcliffe. She runs art workshops that celebrate life, nature and connection to the sacred.