Of Interest

Jane E. Brown

There’s a certain Slant of Light with Jane Brown, exhibition, Castlemaine Art Museum, 20 October 2022 to 5 March 2023

An exciting new body of works by celebrated contemporary photographer Jane Brown is currently on display at Castlemaine Art Museum. The mysterious interplay of light on greenhouse plants, and refracted through mirrors, antique glass and windows are the subjects of these extraordinary new works – each meticulously hand-printed on paper, tin or glass. Web link: https://castlemaineartmuseum.org.au/exhibitions/there-s-a-certain-slant-of-light-with-jane-brown.


Dena Kahan

Wunderkammer | Dena Kahan, exhibition, Gallerysmith, 4 November 2022 to 3 December 2022.

Dena Kahan’s Wunderkammer exhibition revisits archival sources that have informed her work since 2008 – nineteenth century botanical and zoological models made from glass or papier-mâché. Weblink: https://gallerysmith.com.au/exhibition/dena-kahan-wunderkammer/


Blanche Tilden – Contemporary Jeweller

Blanche Tilden – Ripple Effect: A 25 Year Survey, touring exhibition, Geelong Gallery, 2021-2023, at Canberra Museum and Gallery, 5 November 2022 – 12 February 2023

This 25-year survey of the work of Melbourne-based jeweller and maker Blanche Tilden reveals her remarkable and critically acclaimed practice. Tilden has a unique approach to her materials, in particular, glass, which she explores both as a material for jewellery making and deploys as a metaphor for the connections between making, industry, the wearable object and the body. Weblink: http://www.cmag.com.au/exhibitions/blanche-tilden-ripple-effect-a-25-year-survey


Tom Moore Glass Artist | Creative Glass Art | Moore is More

JamFactory ICON Tom Moore: Abundant Wonder – featuring animation by Jonathan Nix, exhibition, Canberra Museum + Gallery, 5 November 2022 – 12 February 2023

Tom Moore’s Abundant Wonder is part of the JamFactory’s Icon exhibition series and celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in craft-based media. Born in Canberra and currently based in Adelaide, Tom Moore is one of Australia’s leading glass artists and over the course of his career has carved out a singular voice in Australian glass art making. Weblink: http://www.cmag.com.au/exhibitions/jamfactory-icon-tom-moore-abundant-wonder


A Brief but Spectacular Take on Glassroots recycling

PBS Newshour, 28 January 2023: https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/a-brief-but-spectacular-take-on-glassroots-recycling


CHRISTIAN WALLER STAINED GLASS: TOWARDS THE LIGHT

by Caroline Miley. Australian Scholarly Publishing North Melbourne 2022. Christian Waller’s exemplary skills and achievements as an Australian stained-glass artist are brought to light in this superb book. A leading proponent of Modernism in Australian art and the sole woman professional stained-glass artist in Australia until the 1970s, she was greatly admired for her mastery of technique, brilliant design, originality, and sumptuous use of colour. Her individual work was extensive and always strongly in demand, though in a male-dominated art world, since her death she has been overshadowed by the reputation of her husband, Napier Waller. Website: https://www.christianwallerstainedglass.com/

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: