Keeping good company!

Su’s work has been included in the latest edition of The Flow Magazine.  The magazine’s gallery includes work from flame work glass artists around the world.  Talk about keeping good company!

The digital edition of Spring 2018 issue of The Flow Magazine (the leading glass journal for the flame-working community) is now out and available on your screens. This is the Nature Issue, and the magazine features articles and galleries of glass artists work with a ‘nature’ theme. Australian artists are well represented – Kathryn Chaston, Barb […]

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Festival of Glass – Happy!

We have returned from our trip to the Victoria for the Drysdale Festival of Glass…  Su did well – Check out her website here.


The 2018 Festival of Glass was held over the weekend of 17-18 February at Drysdale, Victoria.  The event is organised and run by the local Clifton Springs – Drysdale Community Group.

We arrived on the Friday eventing, and delivered my entries to the Glass Art Awards team.  We met other entrants, saw some fabulous work that had been entered, and we got to catch up with other glass folks who were setting up for Sunday’s Glass Expo.

Saturday evening was the ‘Twilight Flames’ event at the nearby Leura Park Estate winery, where the good folks served us fine food and beautiful wines while Murano master Mauro Vianello demonstrated his skills with sculptural glass.  Lots of fun catching up with more glass folks!

The Glass Expo was a lot of fun – but a long day for the exhibitors!

During the day, the winners of the Awards Show were announced.

I was totally stoked to be awarded First Place in the Wearable Art section, and delighted to be second place behind the wonderful Kathryn Chaston in the Sculptural section.  Happy with that!


Seabed Series pendant 2


Against the Flow 2s

Clarence River Women in Art

Yesterday was the opening of the ‘Clarence Valley Women in Art’ Exhibition – and Su’s work is included…

Yesterday afternoon, the ‘Clarence River Women in Art Exhibition kicked off at the Yamba Museum. The exhibition features 60 artists who live and work in the Clarence River valley. The show is the result of a lot of hard work and organisation by Debra Novak, aided and abetted by Bob and Marea Buist. The exhibition runs from 12-December, […]

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