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Visiting Artists

Evelyn Dunstan

Visited in 2017

New Zealand

Glass Workshop

Evelyn Dunstan works from her home studio in Auckland, New Zealand. Coming from an arts background, Evelyn found her niche with lost-wax kiln casting in 2003, and has since explored the qualities of locally made crystal from Gaffer Coloured Glass. Modifying materials, techniques and methods, has allowed her to cast fine detail and control colour...
https://www.evelyndunstan.co.nz/

Annie Cattrell

Visited in 2016

United Kingdom

Glass Workshop

Annie Cattrell is the 2017 Stephen Proctor Fellow in the ANU School of Art Glass Workshop. Cattrell works closely in dialogue with specialists in neuroscience, meteorology, engineering, psychiatry and the history of science. This cross-disciplinary approach has enabled her to learn in depth about these fields and informs her cutting-edge research...
http://www.rca.ac.uk/more/staff/annie-cattrell/

Karlyn Sutherland

Visited in 2016

Scotland

Glass Workshop

Karlyn Sutherland is originally from Lybster in Caithness, Scotland. Heavily influenced by the environment she grew up in, Sutherland focuses her design-based research on attachment to place, memory and the role of cultural narrative in design. Glass has been part of her creative practice since she attended a master class led by Jane Bruce and...
http://www.karlynsutherland.co.uk/

Tom Zogas

Visited in 2016

USA

Glass Workshop

Tom Zogas grew up in Rochester NY, where he became involved in an active studio glass community. He attended the School for American Crafts at RIT and received a Bachelor’s in Glass Sculpture. His studies were focused around the history of glassware, contemporary functions, and the use of blown glass to relate the two.
http://tomzogas.com/

Wyatt Amend

Visited in 2016

USA

Glass Workshop

Wyatt Amend is a ceramic artist from Ojai, California. His works are inspired by ancient venetian glassblowing techniques and vessels and are made using reductive carving similar to that of a wood worker on a lathe. He has been a resident artist at the Beatrice Woods Center for the Arts, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and was teaching...
http://www.primaverafineart.com/wyatt-amend/

Heike Brachlow

Visited in 2015

Germany

Glass Workshop

Heike Brachlow was born in Germany, but discovered glass whilst living in New Zealand. Brachlow draws her inspiration from her travels, human interaction, architecture and geometry. Brachlow fights the limitated palette of colour placed on her by her medium, she makes her own glass colours, adding metal oxides to the glass batch during the melting...
http://www.heikebrachlow.com/

Kristel Britcher

Visited in 2015

Australia

Glass Workshop


http://www.kristelbritcher.com/

Martin Janeky

Visited in 2015

Czech Republic/USA

Glass Workshop


Mike Parr

Visited in 2015

Australia

Glass Workshop

Mike Parr is an Australian artist working in many mediums. In his early career he was widely known as a performance artist, Parr's videos, drawings, photographs and art pieces have been shown both in Australia and overseas. Through out his body of work there is a dynamic forcefulness that springs from a barrage of raw and spiky lines....

Philipp Weber

Visited in 2015

Germany

Glass Workshop

Philipp Weber graduated in 2012 from the Design Academy Eindhoven. His project A Strange Symphony, an allegory between glass and music, won him the ‚New Talent Award‘ of the Berlin Design Festival DMY and the Bavarian State Prize. 2015 A Strange Symphony became part of the permanent collection of the Shanghai Museum of Glass. Weber is...

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