Surge 192015cast glass
Photo: Adam McGrath
As You Left It (in the shed)2013blown, hot-sculpted and enamelled glass
Road Trip Series, Rain on the Hume2016kiln formed glass, ceramic decals
Sombra2015waterjet cut and kiln formed glass, aluminium
Paired Section2016blown, cut, fused, carved and polished glass, stainless steel
cold working by Mel Willis
Flow, Body Scape (wrist and elbow)2016blown, mirrored, carved and polished glass, stainless steel, composite wood
‘elbow’ made with the assistance of Martin Janeckycold working by Masahiro Asaka
Bifold II2016kiln formed, cold worked and engraved glass
BLACK BOXkiln formed glass2016
technical assistance from Adam Serafin
Ben Edols & Kathy Elliott
Whitecaps2015canework, murrini and blown glass
altered scape #52015kiln formed glass
Conceal/Reveal II2016pate de verre, slumped, cast and cold worked glass
Jenni Kemarre Martiniello
Bush Flowers Dillibag Set #22016canework, murrini, hot formed and blown glass
gaffer Brian Corr
Moments of Illumination2015fused and carved glass
The Comfortable Terrain of Distance2016kiln formed glass on painted board
technical assistance Zelkjo Markov, for construction of the wall panel component
Under the Microscope2015digital design and print onto float glass, sandblasted
this work was produced as a result of the GLINT 2015 studio residency, supported by Canberra Glassworks and Megalo print Studio + Gallerycopyright Agency Career Fund Recipient
Two Rivers Bifurcate2016blown, carved and hand finished glass
glass blank courtesy of Christine Nicolson
Between one place and another2016cold worked and blown glass, metal
Stacked Ellipse2016cast glass
Crowds mingle in the Fitters Workshop, surrounded by the stunning shortlisted works for the exhibition of Hindmarsh Prize, 2016.
Masahiro's winning piece in situ in the Fitters Workshop for the exhibition of shortlisted works in June, 2016.
Masahiro Asaka and his son watching the crowd respond to his winning work for the Hindmarsh Prize, 2016.
The FItters Workshop's cathedral ceilings easily accommodating the raw scaffolding that formed part of the exhibition of shortlisted works for Hindmarsh Prize, 2016.
Richard Whitely's piece, Stacked Ellipse, engaging viewers from all angles in the exhibition for Hindmarsh Prize, 2016.