The Latest Happenings in my World

This blog is where you will find my latest news. It can range from posting images of progress of the current commission to art crit to political or social commentary, both national and international. Anything, basically, that's commanding my attention and I feel is worth sharing with you, my reader. Enjoy. My previous blog can be found at jeffreyhamilton.blogspot.com

HIGHLIGHTS at Glass Artists Gallery

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The Ranamok Glass Prize is an annual, acquisitive touring exhibition of contemporary studio glass from Australia and New Zealand. Constituted in 1994 this will be its final year: the collection of winning entries is to be donated to the National Gallery. In support of the 2014 Ranamok exhibition the Glass Artists Gallery of Glebe is showing a selection of work by those artists who have been selected as finalists in Ranamok over the past two decades.

View of HighlightsView of Highlights

front window displayfront window display

Wayne PearsonWayne PearsonWayne Pearson

Exhibition viewExhibition view

Exhibition viewExhibition view

Sue HawkerSue Hawker

Exhibition viewExhibition viewExhibition view

Aliasdair GordonAliasdair Gordon

I've recently been creating a new body of work: painted and fired blown glass vessels. The first two sets of three vessels went over to Perth for the Ausglass exhibition Flair. With my third series of three I was selected as a finalist in the 2014 Ranamok. This is a prestigious exhibition and I was certainly pleased to have been selected. As a consequence I have a triptych of painted and fired stained glass panels on display as part of Highlights at the Glass Artists Gallery this month.

Jeff Hamilton, Andrew Baldwin, Tim ShawJeff Hamilton, Andrew Baldwin, Tim ShawJeff Hamilton, Andrew Baldwin, Tim Shaw

Denise PepperDenise Pepper

Paddy RobinsonPaddy Robinson

Cabinet displayCabinet display

HIGHLIGHTS at Glass Artists Gallery

24 Aug2014

The Ranamok Glass Prize is an annual, acquisitive touring exhibition of contemporary studio glass from Australia and New Zealand. Constituted in 1994 this will be its final year: the collection of winning entries is to be donated to the National Gallery. In support of the 2014 Ranamok exhibition the Glass Artists Gallery of Glebe is showing a selection of work by those artists who have been selected as finalists in Ranamok over the past two decades.

View of HighlightsView of Highlights

front window displayfront window display

Wayne PearsonWayne PearsonWayne Pearson

Exhibition viewExhibition view

Exhibition viewExhibition view

Sue HawkerSue Hawker

Exhibition viewExhibition viewExhibition view

Aliasdair GordonAliasdair Gordon

I've recently been creating a new body of work: painted and fired blown glass vessels. The first two sets of three vessels went over to Perth for the Ausglass exhibition Flair. With my third series of three I was selected as a finalist in the 2014 Ranamok. This is a prestigious exhibition and I was certainly pleased to have been selected. As a consequence I have a triptych of painted and fired stained glass panels on display as part of Highlights at the Glass Artists Gallery this month.

Jeff Hamilton, Andrew Baldwin, Tim ShawJeff Hamilton, Andrew Baldwin, Tim ShawJeff Hamilton, Andrew Baldwin, Tim Shaw

Denise PepperDenise Pepper

Paddy RobinsonPaddy Robinson

Cabinet displayCabinet display

This entry was posted on Sunday, August 24th, 2014 at 5:42 pm glebe, glass artists gallery, ranamok glass prize, australian, contemporary studio glass

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The Latest Happenings in my World

This blog is where you will find my latest news. It can range from posting images of progress of the current commission to art crit to political or social commentary, both national and international. Anything, basically, that's commanding my attention and I feel is worth sharing with you, my reader. Enjoy. My previous blog can be found at jeffreyhamilton.blogspot.com