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Glass Alumni

Ruth Oliphant

Ruth Oliphant is currently working out of a studio at the Canberra Glassworks. She is trying to recreate an essential aspect of the modern city based on her experiences and memories. She is exploring the use of layers, bringing them together to create more complex landscapes. Through this method she aims to recreate the layered atmospheres of the...
www.rutholiphant.com

Masahiro Asaka

I am compelled by nature’s creation and the tension people create with the natural environment.  With my objects, I am not looking to make political statements about the environment.  Rather, through the raw qualities of the material glass I am seeking to express qualities of fragility, strength, illumination and power as a...

Kirstie Rea

Having established her glass studio in Canberra in 1987 following her graduation from the Glass program at the Australian National University School of Art, Kirstie has, over the past 23 years, continued to develop her practice and career to become internationally recognised and respected for her works in glass. She has exhibited widely...
http://www.craftact.org.au/portfolios/artist.php?id=303

Harumi Yukutake

Harumi Yukutake is glass artist based in Toyama, Japan where she is a faculty member of the Toyama City Institute of Glass Art. Harumi completed a BFA in Three Dimensional Design, Glass at Tama Art University, Tokyo Japan in 1989. In 1994, Harumi completed her MFA in glass at the prestigious, Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode...
http://www.yukutake.net

Erin Conron

My recent work is a consideration of the dynamic qualities of bonds between people and nature, and the significance of memory in relationship to place. The layering of pattern evokes a lifetime of experiences and memories of landscape that have built up to shape the identity of an individual

Elizabeth Kelly

Elizabeth Kelly established Studio Tangerine in 2003 from a need for dedicated studio to research and develop small scale industrial processes of coloured glass applied to architecture, art and design. Elizabeth's practice cannot be easily pidgeon-holed as she maintains a broad approach to research be it conceptual or technical, and is constantly...
studio tangerine website

Deirdre Feeney

A mixed-media artist based in Melbourne, Feeney works interchangeably with the translucent material of glass and the moving image to investigate themes of memory, time and empty space. Using architectural glass structures to play with the interaction of inner and outer, she explores how memory infiltrates inside and outside, past and present....

Cobi Cockburn

Cobi Cockburn is a graduate of the Sydney College of Art in Australia and an honors graduate of the Glass Workshop at Canberra School of Art, Australian National University. She received the Tom Malone Prize in 2009 and the Ranamok Glass Prize in 2006. Her work has been published in New Glass Review, Art Ltd., American Craft and Craft Arts...

Charles Butcher

Charles Butcher has had a long fascination with glass, having completed his Bachelor of Arts at Sydney College of the Arts and Honors at Canberra School of Art in 2006. A master technician in this medium, he is able to explore deep philosophical ideas about the idea of black space, the utter depth of blackness and the quest for purity and...

Blanche Tilden

Blanche Tilden is a Melbourne based jeweler and glass artist. Beginning her studies in 1988 at Sydney College of the Arts, she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at the Australian National University School of Art Glass Workshop, and a Graduate Diploma in the Gold and Silver Workshop. In 1995, she was awarded an Australia Council traineeship to...
http://www.blanchetilden.com.au/

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