Representing artists
who work with glass

Glass Artists' Gallery

Australia's foremost contemporary glass gallery

68 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037. Sydney Australia. Tel/Fax +612 9552 1552. Open Tuesday to Saturday 10am–5:30pm, Sunday 1pm–5pm.

REVIEW 2012/2013

Group Exhibition with works by artists who have exhibited in…
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21 December 2012

30/30

The Glass Artists' Gallery is Australia's foremost contemporary glass gallery, established in 1982. The Gallery has played a pivotal role in establishing the national and international reputation of many Australian and New Zealand contemporary artists working in glass. The prime purpose of the Gallery continues to promote contemporary studio glass on all levels. Australian and New Zealand contemporary glass is internationally acclaimed. In 1991 the Gallery was selected to initiate the Craft Export Program, exhibiting at Chicago New Art Forms, later to become SOFA. Maureen Cahill, the director of the Glass Artists' Gallery together with Andy Plummer, established…
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7 November 2012

Upcoming Artists’ Forum

Maureen Cahill, co-founder of the Australian and New Zealand Ranamok Prize for Contemporary Glass and director of the Glass Artists’ Gallery will chair an artist’s forum with

  • Gabrielle Adamik,
  • Kate Baker,
  • Paddy Robinson
  • Emma Varga
four of the finalists from this year’s Ranamok Prize
When: Saturday 13 October at 1030am.
Where: Angel Place Office Tower Foyer, 123 Pitt Street

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9 October 2012

New Wave

Group show which reflects artists with new and diverse approaches to working in glass. This group of artists push the boundaries of glass with their ideas and contrasting working styles. Includes Gabrielle Adamik, Tevita Havea, Luke Jacomb, Denise Pepper, Anne Sorensen, Philip Stokes, Bridget Thomas, Mark Wotherspoon. We look forward to seeing you at the opening from 6pm – 8pm Thursday 11 October…
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9 October 2012

Between the Lines*but with the cracks

BETWEEN THE LINES *but with the cracks Maureen Cahill Traces the artist's ideas which reference current society and its values through past and present works. Opening 27th September, 6:30pm. To be opened by Gillian Minervini, Creative Director - Events, City of…
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27 September 2012

Whitney, Keryn

Born in New Zealand, Keryn studied glass in Stourbridge, UK to gather a broad range of glass techniques. Keryn returned to New Zealand to pursue her glass blowing techniques. However, since the birth of two children, blowing became difficult due to the six hour round trip required to Wanganui Glass School. Since that time Keryn has focussed more on the kiln worked glass. “My latest series has evolved to incorporate flame worked, deconstructed blown glass, that is manipulated and fused into new shapes. The processes result in a new organic flowing piece of art quite distinct from the original piece. I look…
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22 September 2012

Thomas, Bridget

Bridget recently graduated in Glass at ANU in Canberra and is developing her practice with a strong emphasis on coldworking skills and techniques. Bridget is the daughter of Paddy Robinson and has followed her mother’s path with her love of glassmaking. Bridget uses her glass making techniques to provide specialists urns at Urns for…
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22 September 2012

Launch

Recent Graduates and emerging artists 28th August - 30 September Artists: Anastasia Liolio, Annabelle Davidson, Hayley Carpenter, Mikyoung Jung, Jennifer Ashley King, Katie-Ann Houghton, Mark Ammermann, Sarah Davis, Spike Deane, Tegan Hamilton & Ruth McCallum…
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28 August 2012

Denise Pepper awarded Ranamok Prize 2012

The 2012 Ranamok Glass Prize has been awarded to Denise Pepper for her entry Punto in Aria (Stitches in…
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15 August 2012

Small works: A4³

Thursday 10 May - Sunday 10 June 2012 Highlighting an eclectic group of emerging and established artists working in glass and mixed media who have been asked to interpret ideas within the scale of A4. Artists are: Mark Ammerman Andy Baldwin Michaela Burgess Emma Borland Mark Eliott Tevita Havea Kate King Peter Minson Sergio Redegalli Alex Tam Emily Valentine Mark…
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4 May 2012