Caroline Moss


Keriblue Ceramics

We are a renowned Ceramics Manufacturing Company that designs, hand-paints and distributes ceramic home ware and accessories throughout NZ and the world. Amongst the items we manufacture are hand-painted functional tableware, vases, wall plaques and decorative tiles.

Walking into our studio offers a feast of colour, design and innovative things to see. In addition, our customers can watch the artists paint and create the very designs offered for sale on the shelves. Whilst here they can grab a cup of coffee and try our own handmade fudge as well.

Lesley Moon


Shane and Lesley Moon have been creating sculptures from stoneware clay for over 30 years. We are self-taught potters who have combined our love of creativity, a fascination for the realm of fantasy and an appreciation for nature to create a range of hand crafted pieces. From Dragons, pixies and castles to frogs, owls, birdfeeders and more.

Each piece is individually made and has its own distinctive characteristics..
We love to experiment with new products and have spent many years developing the glazes and oxides and a method of firing which gives our work its unique colouring and finish.

Our range can be viewed at our gallery in Kerikeri or by appointment.

Nicky Jolly


Burnt Earth Clay Art “Jolly Hot!”

I transform clay into art with head, heart, hands and heat.

Pottery has been my craft for 35 years. I have a ceramics certificate, Bachelor of Visual Arts and have taught both Art and Pottery. My pieces utilize strong colour, simple shapes, surface texture and mixed media. They are often quirky, sometimes spiritual.

My range constantly evolves with a current new range of glazes and domestic ware pairing earthy and bold colours.

One of my focuses is now on selling my work at local craft markets and my home based studio.

Rhonda Halliday


UkuToi Studio, Art and Clay

Rhonda’s work is inspired by Maori mythologies, Aotearoa NZ’s past and its effects on our present and future. Continually acknowledging her mixed heritages of being of Maori and Pakeha descent is important to her. Her latest works are inspired by her maunga, mountains, and the stories and histories they contain.

Since gaining her BAA in 2000 and becoming a member of Nga Kaihanaga uku and Taitokerau Maori Arts Collective Rhonda has been travelling and exhibiting nationally and internationally.
At present her gallery/studio Uku Toi is set up at her residence in Waipapa where she also promotes other Maori artists.

Rhonda Halliday has highly burnished ceramic pieces and is influenced by her dual Maori/Pakeha heritages

Uku Toi Studio is open by appointment.