Skip navigation
The Australian National University

Visiting Artists

Ben Wright

Visited in 2017

USA

Glass Workshop

Ben Wright holds a BS in Evolutionary Biology from Dartmouth College, a BFA in Glass from the Appalachian Center for Crafts, and an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design.  His background in Biology figures strongly in his artwork, which delves deeply into the every evolving relationship between humans and their environment.  Through...
http://glass.risd.edu/spring-2015/2015/4/22/ben-wright

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/

Jerry Lin-Hsien Kung

Visited in 2017

USA

Glass Workshop

Jerry Lin-Hsien Kung is a Chinese-American glass artist best known for sculpting glass gestures. In his work, anthropomorphic forms are individually created with one continuous movement where the glass is simultaneously inflated and stretched. 

Joanna Manousis

Visited in 2017

USA

Glass Workshop

British born artist and designer, Joanna Manousis lives and works in the United States, creating literary works in glass and mixed media that speak of human emotion, memory and the passage of time. She has a Masters of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Alfred University, New York, and a First Class Honors Bachelor Degree in Fine Art from The University...
http://www.joannamanousis.com/

Luke Jacomb

Visited in 2017

New Zealand

Glass Workshop

Luke Jacomb received extensive training in glassblowing techniques in the United States, where he spent a total of 8 years working and refining his practice. Jacomb’s latest body of work, a Pacific themed series of blown and cast glass works, includes a life-sized paddle and a canoe. It has received critical acclaim and was shown at the...

Natali Rodrigues

Visited in 2017

Canada

Glass Workshop

Natali Rodrigues teaches at the Alberta College of Art and Design in the Glass program and is the President of the ACAD Faculty Association. Her work explores the threads that bind her family together across the globe, through an exploration of language, faith and journey. These three themes manifested themselves in works that link personal story...
https://www.acad.ca/faculty-staff/faculty/natali-rodrigues

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/

Updated: 24 November 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head of Office / Page Contact:  Web Publisher