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.

Denise Pepper

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 lace as an undergarment masking functionality using the pate de verre method.

Denise also exhibits at Cottesloe ‘Sculpture by the Sea’, and has been a finalist multiple times in the Ranamok Glass Prize, the Tom Malone Prize and was the Vicki Torr Prize winner. Denise has been awarded the Ranamok Glass Prize in 2012.

Flumeries

Vintage Lace Wall Panel