Maggie Baxter has written a wonderful article on Pippin Drysdale in the November 2015 issue of Artist Profile.
To call ceramicist Pippin Drysdale a distinctly Western Australian artist is not a parochial statement. She has after all travelled frequently and widely, over the years drawing inspiration from sojourns in Italy, Russia and Pakistan. But it is irrefutable that her enduring passion, the one that reaches into the core of her soul, is her love for her home state, where she has lived most of her life exploring it, from the Tanami Desert and Bungle Bungles in the Kimberley to the more lush south-west, and stints on pastoral stations in the Pilbara and Gascoyne.
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