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.

Pearson, Wayne

Wayne has been studying glass at Sydney College of the Arts since 2004 and is currently completing his PhD. His extensive background is as a teacher in visual arts and education. Since he left teaching Wayne has specialized in monumental sculptural casts and reverse painting on glass. He has had multiple entries as Ranamok Glass Prize finalist and has his work in national and overseas collections. His is a leading exponent of the traditional technique of reverse painting on glass. This he uses as a contemporary application in his highly regarded portraits, one of which was a finalist in the Doug Moran Portraiture…
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29 March 2012

Barnes, Susie

Susie has been working with glass for over 20 years, exhibiting her work extensively both in Australia and internationally. In her items of jewellery, she combines glass with a wide range of materials, such as rubber, buttons and springs, as well as aluminium. She approaches each piece as a canvas for self-expression, producing works that are innovative and distinctly…
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29 March 2012

Hawker, Sue

Sue Hawker spent most of her working career as a journalist in the international media scene. Sue mainly works from her home studio overlooking the beautiful waters of the Bay Of Islands in New Zealand. Sue works in cast glass and pate de verre, which she has reinterpreted to produce large-scale vessels complex in both colour and texture. “These vessels, or containers of the spiritual, cock a snoot at minimalism and invite the viewer to engage in a simple, joyous moment.” Sue was the winner of the Ranamok Glass Prize in 2010 and has been a finalist multiple…
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28 March 2012

Wilson, Clare

Clare grew up near Portsmouth, Hampshire in the UK and studied Glass and Architectural glass at The Edinburgh College of Art in Edinburgh, Scotland. She most recently has worked at an independent studio in the JamFactory in South Australia. Her background in textiles plays large part in the development of her work with a focus on colour, pattern and…
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28 March 2012

Pepper, Denise

Born in Perth, Western Australia she completed her education at the Edith Cowan University in 2004. She see herself as “Fundamentally a glass artist, specializing in pâté de verre glass casting”, “I interpret design and form as a commentary of our emotional response to objects adding ornamentation in their exaltation. Glass is challenging and I aim to exhibit intricate and crafted sculptures recreating intricate designs in colour and textures.” Her work is often about the loss of something as with the flummeries, where the beautiful is expendable. She also creates lace in a variety of forms such as item of lace or…
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28 March 2012

Dalton, Tali

Tali completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts at RMIT and in glass studies at Monash in Melbourne. She says her organic blown glass sculptures “express a glimpse into a personal space, capturing an intimate moment, frozen in time”. Her intention is for these works to evoke the viewers memories of current or past relationships or dreams and hope of their personal…
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14 March 2012

Morrell, Richard

Born in England, Richard studied glass at Stourbridge. He graduated in 1976, he then emigrated to Australia to take up a position at CIT (since named Monash Uni) in Melbourne. He established his studio in 1996 in Castlemaine, Victoria. His current work is in spin casting process. This work was initiated in Bali, when he was invited to set up a glass blowing facility at Jenggala Keramik. Richard hot poured kiln castings are in major private and public collections and he has been a finalist multiple times in the Ranamok Glass Prize. Richard uses his glass making techniques to provide specialists urns at…
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14 March 2012

Robinson, Paddy

Belfast born, Paddy came to Australia in the mid-1960s and has been working in glass for over forty years. She trained in stained glass in Ireland and later engraving with Anne Dybka in Sydney. Her exhibition work is usually highly personal in imagery. These works have been created using engraved, painted, fused, slumped, laminated and cast glass. Paddy’s work has been collected both nationally and internationally and she has been a finalist in the Ranamok Glass Prize. “With an interest in the duality/ambiguity of ends and beginnings of life, I am currently working with the interface between them. Using somewhat figurative imagery,…
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14 March 2012

Stokes, Philip

Phil's glass art provides a distinct ambiance for your corporate or private interior. 0ne of Australia's leading contemporary art glass artists, his unique pieces are highly sought after in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. "When I discovered the fluidity and the realm of movement involved in glass blowing I was completely fascinated. Glass blowing allows me to creatively explore the dance and rhythms of life, which I hope to capture and reflect in my…
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14 March 2012

Havea, Tevita

Tongan born Tevita Havea’s outstanding works have been recognised internationally on many levels throughout the world. Tevita was awarded the prestigious award International New Talent 2009 by Urban Glass New York. He successfully combines the skills of his ancestors by relating the primitive with the very contemporary use of glass as a sculptural medium. “I am part of an old culture full of myths but I live in a modern world full of contradictions.” His work has being acquired by major collections such as Corning Museum of Glass USA and the Victoria & Albert Museum London. He also has been a finalist multiple…
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14 March 2012