Glass spotto…

30 03 2016

The Gang was in the ‘Berra last week for the Richard William Wheater Neon workshop…

 

Richard Theater workshop at the Canberra Glassworks

(photo courtesy of Canberra Glassworks)

…which was very interesting and rather a serious stretch after an absence (in terms of practice) of well over a decade. [All good, of course, because if it was easy we wouldn’t bother! n(Ed)]

Anyhoo, we’re posting the highlights on Prisoners of the Crown as soon as we’ve waded through the mountain of snaps…but for the meantime thought we’d drop in some of those serendipitous additional pleasures; aka catch-ups…

Betty, Adam and Louie

Netty, Adam and Louie (beyond gorgeous)

Simon

Simon

…and…

Tom Rowney

Tom with some of his latest amazing works

Tom Rowney

Lov-erly.

 





Warning…

29 01 2016

…blowing glass can lead to hair loss…

20150620: Canberra Galssworks Winter Glass Market. Photography by Sean Davey.

Lucky you’re a sheila Netster!!





Masa opens at the Glassworks…

18 01 2012

 

Now there’s an exhibition worth travelling to.

For a little background muzak on Masa go here.





Moje Milestone…

26 09 2011

Klausie’s about to mark yet another significant milestone in his long and illustrious career by celebrating his 75th birthday with (as one might expect) an exhibition and masterclass setting his signature tone.

Last Friday the Gang and BVSC Mayor Tony Allen were given a preview by the Maestro himself, just prior to the work being shipped off to Canberra…

The exhibition opens this coming Wednesday evening at the Glassworks in Kingston.





Nick Mount masterclass…

21 03 2011

For the serious players…





A taster…

28 09 2010

Just in from Blanchie; an appetite whetter…

…and…

The exhibition’s opening at the Glassworks on Wednesday (for those not attending the Foundation Dinner at the NGA)





Old news…

3 05 2010

We didn’t make it to the Powerhouse exhibition at the Canberra Glassworks, which from one point of view was a bummer ‘cos some of our fave dudes were in it (Trish Roan, Nicholas Folland and Geoff Farquhar-Still) – but late as it is, we’ve got the next best thing; Yolande’s review.

A little late in the day, we agree. But we have been serially distracted…

image: Bjorn Godwin’s resin lights.








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