Ceramic Arts

Bazil Grumble are specialists in:

  • Ceramics
  • Community designed mosaics
  • Art built-in projects

Grant Hodges

Grant Hodges is Visual Arts Program Coordinator of Bazil Grumble and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our Ceramic Arts program. Grant has an Advanced Diploma Visual Arts – Ceramics and is a professional practicing Ceramic Artist specializing in the field of Wood fired Ceramics.

Grant has exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions in both metropolitan and regional galleries and is currently a touring artist with both the Queensland Arts Council and Flying Arts which has lead to his extensive travels throughout Queensland.

Grant also facilitates statewide Professional Development workshops for primary and secondary teachers to assist them with various aspects of their classroom practice.


A recent project is an art built in community mosaic project in regional Queensland at Miles State School. The mosaic was designed in consultation with the school community and then created and installed by the students of the school with Grant’s guidance. This mosaic project is a permanent record of the achievements of the staff and students and, through its design, reflects the key aspects of the community.

Bazil Grumble also offers workshops for schools, festivals and community organizations in areas including large wheel throwing, found object sculpture and wood fired sculpture kilns.

Bazil Grumble can tailor its ceramics program including Workshops, Professional Development Programs, Art Built in and Community Designed Mosaic Projects to your needs. Commissions (small or large scale) are welcome.

Lord Mayor Campbell Newman and Councillor Angela Owen Taylor open the Pallara Mosaic created by Grant Hodges from Bazil Grumble in association with students from Pallara State School. Funding provided by Brisbane City Council.