Spun Mud is the work of Australian based Ceramic Artist Bec Lindemann. She creates in a custom designed home studio which is off the grid at Mothar Mountain in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.

Bec has been employed in potteries for many years, starting as a decorator in a large production pottery called Yarra Glen in 1995. Soon after, on a part time basis, she started an Advanced Diploma of Ceramics at Southbank in Brisbane to study the art and science of clay.   Then, at Monte Lupo studio pottery she trained and collaborated with artists, some with disabilities, to create some amazing, experimental, outsider art.

Along side of this work Bec had the priceless opportunity to be a part of Amfora Studio Pottery. It's where Bec developed the feel for beautiful, fine, timeless, unique, functional and decorative ceramics.  She worked with some amazing artists, mainly women, getting together once a week to design pots and commune with food and wine.  Always holding exhibitions to share their art.

The wood firers of Southeast Queensland have been another big influence on Bec's ceramic practice. She has been involved with many wood firings where the kilns are stoked for days to create the amazing organic random ash glazes that make her figurative sculptures  look like they have lived a lifetime.

Now Bec enjoys working for herself, taking all of the learnt and shared skills to create her own designs on her own shapes at her own pace in her own space.  The home studio was built by  Bec's husband Todd. They each go to Eumundi market once a week with the Spun Mud and enjoy  the life style it has created for their family.

Spun Mud collections feature charming, sculptural, fluid forms and enchanting, decorative, retro designs. All made to grace any space.

Bec feels lucky and privileged to spend her days trying to master  the ancient art of clay.



           Tertiary          Advanced Diploma of Art (Ceramics) Southbank TAFE 1996-1999



2012-2017      Artist in Residence Monkland State School

2009-2017     Gallery of Modern art Biannual designer markets

2009-2017     Eumundi Market stall holder

2007-09           Studio Potter supplying Museum of Brisbane and other Galleries

2005-08           Collaboration in contruction and firing of Wood and salt fired kiln at Pallara

2000-06          Artists/Training and Support Worker full time employment Monte Lupo Art Stuio

1997-03           Studio Artist, Amfora Gallery Paddington

1996-99           Student, Ceramics Department Southbank Institute of TAFE

1995-2000       Production Decorator, Yarraglen Pottery


            2017  Tree Place Exhibition                                    Wandanin art Space Eumundi

             2017 Superstition Room with Michelle Todd Gympie Regional Gallery

            2016Gold Rush Art Competion                            Gympie Regional Gallery

2014    I see a Darkness                                               Graydon Gallery New Farm

2013    In My Hand                                                        Paper Boat Press Paddington

2009    Kenilworth art show                                    Kenilworth

2009    BARI Fest show                                              Kiln Gallery Paddington

2008    Stanthorpe Art Prize                                       Stanthorpe

2007    Expressions Fusions Sculpture Award           Sandgate Town Hall

2006    Swell sculpture festival Monte Lupo              Currumbin Beach

2005    Collective Memories Bec and Fiona              Amfora Gallery

99-03   Many Exhibitions                                           Amfora, Fusions, Power House


Ceramic Artist Creative Director and Maker at SPUN MUD

M: 0403 139 643  E: spunmud63@gmail.com 

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