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.

Feathers and things in Bronze” by Marina Bishop “Landscapes

Exhibition runs from 14th November to 3rd December
Opening Night: 6-8pm Wednesday 15th November
Artist Talk: 2pm Saturday 18th November

The landscapes of Marina Bishop capture, in acrylic and watercolour, the breathtaking east coast of Australia. From magnificent eucalypts to Sydney sandstone, she draws inspiration from her surrounding environment, interpreting it in a semi abstract style with strong colour and fluid line.

Complementing this Australian narrative is the work of her partner, not only in this exhibition but also in life, Wayne Pearson.  Utilising a technique of combining kiln-fired enamel and oil paint, reverse painted onto sheets of glass, his creations bring to life a gamut of Australian feathered wildlife.

The final piece in this trilogy, are the sculptures of Peter Day. Working predominantly in bronze, Day intuitively manipulates and casts the ordinary into the extraordinary. More fictional intuitive and speculative, his sculptures often invite the viewer to explore the decayed beauty of an object and it’s history.

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Peter Day

Peter Day

Wayne Pearson

Wayne Pearson

Wayne Pearson

Marina Bishop

Marina Bishop

Marina Bishop