Reading Time: 8 minutes A new book and exhibition, both set to launch in March, open a window on life as a glass artist in the UK. In celebration of Catherine Dunstan’s new book – Creative and Professional Development for Glass Artists – the PROCESS exhibition will simultaneously launch at Crystal Mile Contemporary, Stourbridge, owned by Blowfish Glass founder Bethany Wood. Read a conversation between Catherine and Bethany to find out more…
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Hanging by a Thread exhibitions underway: Mosaics for Afghan women
Reading Time: 6 minutes Exhibitions as part of the Hanging by a Thread project are taking place across the world. The project aims to raise awareness of the plight of Afghan women and girls, and involves over 1,200 experienced and amateur mosaic artists from 46 countries. Each artist has made a small segment of glass mosaic, which is being joined togetherContinue reading “Hanging by a Thread exhibitions underway: Mosaics for Afghan women”
Two mosaic and glass exhibitions at Canberra Glassworks until 14 August
Reading Time: 4 minutes Canberra Glassworks is currently running two exhibitions – Quietly Spoken and On Reflection – showcasing the works of Canberra-based Annette Blair and Sydney-artist Kate Nixon. The exhibitions were curated by Canberra Glassworks Artistic Director, Aimee Frodsham.
Catherine Dunstan / “I’m broken but I’m flourishing”
Reading Time: 7 minutes Social commentary, personal expression and technical risk-taking entwine to forge a striking new way with glass. Catherine Dunstan’s relationship with glass has been an intuitive journey developed through a love of teaching and a desire to experiment, finds Ursula May.