International Artists Exhibition (non-members)
This show is unique for CGS and features work by International Glass Artists ( mainly non-members). We wished to expand the knowledge and depth of Glass Art worldwide and share ideas and skill across an International platform, both with our members but also to artists and collectors further afield. It is possibly our most exciting exhibition yet and we were flooded with submissions from as far away as New Zealand, Japan and Canada. Selection was tough, but 44 glass artists have been selected for the show, we hope you enjoy this superb perspective of international glass and a big thank you to all those that applied.
Carol Milne Country/Nationality: Washington USA 13.5\H x 6\"W x 9\""D kiln cast lead crystal made using the lost wax casting process. The original was knitted in wax and then cast. It is one in a series of knitted glass socks called \""pairs\"" www.carolmilne.com
Michelle Kaucic Country/Nationality: Australia Description: Blown and wheel carved glass
Dina Priess dos Santos Country/Nationality: Argentina and Germany Measurements: width 19cm, depth 18cm, height 13cm Date: 2010 Technique: hollow pate de verre cast from frits, powders, and dichroicas clear sheet glass \windows\".Story: the inspiration to a whole serie of shells was a shell given tome by a local family of a small tropical island"""
Cindy Durant Country/Nationality: Australia, kiln formed glass lit with LED lighting www.cindydurant.com/index.htm
Istra Lazacic Toner Country/Nationality: Medulin, Croatia All 3 images are of soda glass panels painted with enamels and killened a number of times IstraToner1 size 20/25 cm, landscape panel web address is www.istrauistri.blogspot.com
Elaine Miles Glass Artist, Eugene Ughetti Performer Country/Nationality: Australia www.elainemiles.com.au Blown Glass, fishing line and metal components
Nemeth Hajnal Aurora Country/Nationality: Hungary This installation is a 3D illustration to a Hungarian poem, titled Infinitivus.It contains riports with 9 women in several age, which you can hear at the exhibition.kiln cast glass sculptures, conserve glasses, riports (sound)facebook profil - Nemeth Hajnal Aurora Artist
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01/01/2012 Country/Nationality: USA Copper, glass, print in a metal frame, set in a LED light box.7 1/2 x 12 1/8 x 2 inches (19 x 31 x 5 cm)Joseph created this piece during a teachers retreat at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina. Cavalieri says: "It was a new way of working for me combining acid etched metal, flashed glass, digital imagery, and inspiration was from a film director friend who introduced him to Nikola Tesla". www.CAVAglass.com
Gerry King Country/Nationality: Australia Fuse-cast work www.gerryking.com.au
Nick Mount - Artist Country/Nationality: South Australia Blown glass, carved, polished, assembled24 x 77 x 32 cm Finalist - The Waterhouse natural History Art Prize 2011, Adelaide.
Mark Angus Country/Nationality: Germany One of 4 windows behind a baroque altar, Breitenberg church, Passau, Germany, on themes of the Pascal Lamb. Acid etched Lamberts glass, painted and stained, leaded.
Graeme Hitchcock Country/Nationality: North Waikato, NEW ZEALAND Acid etched cast Gaffer glass. Each piece weighs approximately 6.5 kg www.graemehitchcock.co.nz
Nobuyasu YoshidaCountry/Nationality: Japan Nobuyasu Yoshida (japanese)
Pilar Aldana-Mendez Country/Nationality: Spain Casting Glass and Ceramics 22 cm x 25 cm x 8 cm www.aldana-mendez.net
Jamie Gray Country/Nationality: CanadaIt is a found chair with discarded mirrored glass cut and attached to it in the style of a disco ball. The idea is that unloved and discarded objects can be redeemed and elevated into some higher purpose than the objects' original uses; something old-fashioned, dull or broken can be made exciting when passed through the hands of a creator.
Patrick Wong Country/Nationality: Australia Female torso, Hot worked solid glass
Shirley Eccles Country/Nationality: SA Medium: Glass and mixed media.Technique: Blown.
Jan _ostek Country/Nationality: Czech The piece of Jan _ostek is named Handbowl by technique of hot shaping, sandblasting and airbrush. It is 45cm high. Jan _ostek is young czech glass artist, working in studio Ajeto (cz) and worked in Kitengela Hot Glass (Kenya) also. http://www.prazskagalerie.cz/umelci&id=75
Philip Stokes Country/Nationality: Australia www.pssg.com.au Blown glass
Nick Mount - ArtistCountry/Nationality: South AustraliaBlown glass, carved, polished, assembled24 x 77 x 32 cm Finalist - The Waterhouse natural History Art Prize 2011, Adelaide.
Judi Elliott Country/Nationality: Australia Once upon a Time Technique. cast glass, cut and assembled.
Raewyn Roberts Country/Nationality: New Zealand 2 Piece, Cast Glass lost wax process acid etched. 330mm TallNgati Kikopiri, Ngati Kea, Ngati Ruanui SYNERGY GLASS & CLAY DESIGN WANGANUI NZ/ AOTEAROA0212668803063484399
Julie Alland Country/Nationality: USA Sandcast and coldworked glass with organic burnouts and wire. www.juliealland.com
Richard Morrell Country/Nationality: Australia I have been making bowls of this nature for some 30 years now, and have been die-grinding and gilding the interiors since the mid '90s. I thought that UK artists may be interested to see the original works. My web-site shows the development of these pieces, www.morrellglass.com
Tina Cooper Country/Nationality: Australia www.tinacooper.com This Vase is part of Tina Coopers current exhibition called "Enchantment". It is a hand blown vessel with a hot component of vines, leaves and flowers created by Tina Cooper.
Julija Poci_t_ Country/Nationality: Lithuania serigraph on glass. Web: http://www.stiklomenas.lt/pociute_e.php
Saman Kalantari Country/Nationality: Iran 8x12x42cm pate de verre, sandblasted
Philippa Edwards and Sabin Kech Country/Nationality: Netherlands Material; blown glass form, pigment, drawing 23x15x15cm Kech Edwards is textile designer Sabin Kech (CH 1968) and visual artist Philippa Edwards (UK 1964).By exchanging and interweaving their ideas and skills Kech Edwards investigate the commonplace and play around with its purpose and effectiveness. Their objects which seem familiar at first glance, become ambiguous and difficult to place as a result of this interaction. With the series 'Shedding Light a fine layer of pigment is applied to the form in order to underline the object's presence. Kech Edwards has developed their own kind of 'hosiery' which has the surprising effect of accentuating the fragility of the material rather than functioning as a protection.
Sarah Davis Country/Nationality: Australia Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cast lead crystal
Kristin McFarlane Country/Nationality: Australia Kiln formed glass, silver leaf, decal prints, printed inclusions, powders www.kristinmcfarlane.com
Sheena Larsen Country/Nationality: USA Cast Furnace Glass, Lost Wax Furnace Drop Casting, hand finished, Individual pieces - 19 x 15 x 7cm
Ainsley Francis Country/Nationality: Canadian and currently lives in Luxembourg.20cm x 20xm Fused and Wheel Engraved Glass
Leigh RobertsCountry/Nationality: Australia (Tasmania) www.leighrobertsglassart.com Description: Fused glass in acrylic box. Three units each measuring H 357mm x W 862mm x D 305mm
Spike DeaneCountry/Nationality: AustraliaHot cast glass, paper and projected stop motion animation.
Aleksandra Kuczy_ska. Country/Nationality: Poland Undertaking a Master Degree of Glass Design on Academy of Fine Arts in Wroc_aw. My glass creation are done in several techniques such as grinding, polishing, kiln cast also techniques of working with glass in hotshop.
Maciej Zaborski Country/Nationality: Poland The technique is: optic glass, carved, spatialy engraved. The size is 75cm x 14 cm x 9cm (29,5in x 5,5in x 3,5in). If email@example.com
Zoe Woods Country/Nationality: Australia 01/01/2012 Description: Blown glass, wheel cut
Alena Sinkova Country/Nationality: Czech email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: +44 7588211343 * Sheet glass, paint, enamels, sanblasting * 530 x 530 mm The panel consists of two layers of glass both of which are decorated with traditional glass paints and enamels. The opaque paint reflects slight whereas enamels illuminate from within the glass and thus encourage the depth of the design. This creates an impressive effect as the appearance of the design changes according to the light. The panel is part of a collection of pictures with a theme expressing influential cosmic energies. This is on-going project and my intention is to continue in the development of my technique in combination with sandblasting and engraving. I believe that this method of making helps me to capture my idea in the most sensitive way, which approaches the viewers feelings and perceptions.
Marc Grunseit Country/Nationality: Australia Kiln formed glass Dimensions:1010mm x 590mm x 190mm www.marcgrunseit.com.au
Title: 'Un coup de dès jamais n'abolira le hasard' (A Throw of the Dice will Never Abolish Chance)
Cast glass, engraved and red painted title inside the work; 2009.
The pattern in the base is mark of my thumbs pressing the clay, in the process of piece making.
The original French title is borrowed from the French symbolist poet, Stéphan Mallarmé.
I consider this interdisciplinary citation as well as a mark, the one of the European cultural heritage.
Anne Sorensen Country/Nationality: Australia My work is kiln formed glass, multi fired usually 9 or 12mm thick, with pre made elements and cold worked. www.annesorensen.com.au
Margaret Heenan Country/Nationality: Western Australia 54 cms diameter Kiln formed and slumped glass. www.margaretheenanglass.com.au
01/01/2012 Country/Nationality: Israel This piece is made of cast glass & cast bronze.