Commissioned orange frog sculpture, i didn’t want to part with this piece.
“Drawing On Country”
2018 SALA festival
Commissioned by the District Council of Yankalilla & City of Victor Harbor
The Artwork on the two BBQ areas have been designed by South Australian Artist, Llewelyn Ash, in collaboration with the participants of the “Drawing On Country” workshop. Sections from drawings and paintings by Bill Page, Carole Burrough, Janet Page, Gilbert Dashorst, Barb Pettigrew, Jennie Newman, Barb Pettigrew, Emanda Fretwell and Toni Dallow , have been included in the design,
The overall composition has been inspired by the following participating artists and their work ... Christine Stokes, Judith Sweetman, Maurene McEwen, Jillian Langford, Alice De Gruchy, Pam Owen, Christiane Merz, William Page, Robin Dunn, Janice High, Peter Fitzgerald, Wendy McFee, Corinne Harding, Irene Polias, Deb French, Jo-Anne Rowe.
2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Fleurieu Biennale by David Dridan, Greg Trott and Tony Parkinson with the support of major wineries. Finalists are being shown at the Stump Hill Gallery, Fleurieu Arthouse and Signal Point Gallery. In addition there are 2 satellite exhibitions at DogRidge and Kay Brothers.
Hall way pendant in my favourite colour
Nice one JamFactory Glass Studio, we made it to the front page. Im lucky enough to work with a very clever team, where we get to design and create peices like this.
The first piece of the year, my fingers were feeling a bit heat sesitive after a little brake from glass blowing. Thanks @drew_spangenberg and @lewis_batchelar for helping out
So nice to get back in the water and try out my new titanium leg. Its still feeling a little weak so i have to take it really easy, but this is my sort of hydrotherapy. Looking forward to getting back to glass making next week
As part of my practice i really enjoy making commission work, these are some examples of work i have made in the last couple of weeks.
Thank you for commissioning these pieces.
Thank you to the Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island for getting me to make these custom candle holders
An architectural revamp brings together the past and the future of Calèche - one of Australia's few remaining designer-makers of couture and off-the-rack wedding dresses.
This is he link to the article
These are the lights I made for the shop fit out
Green Street House
The focus of this house is not so much on the slick detailing, it’s more on the interest and the funny things that might arise. This house stands as a crystalline example of a process of experimentation on site working with trades and using their strengths. There’s an advantage to building and renovating in this way. In particular, for young couples and families with land in inner-city suburbs looking outward in their quest for the bigger and better, it allows for the possibility of staying right where they are. It’s a typology of project where, if you’re really careful and clever about activating everything in the building, you can have a three bedroom, two bathroom house on a 120 square meter footprint on a 600 square block of land with heaps of productive garden at the back.
This house was featured on Foxtel channel, Lifestyle, as a part the series ‘I Own Australia’s Best Home.’
From the Family Tree is an exhibition of paintings by Glen Ash, glass by Llewelyn Ash and journals and prints by Janet Ayliffe. And, for first time (since long-ago school project days), a collaboration with our Llewelyn, bringing the pictures together in glass.
Some new equipment to start the new year with the new arrival of the annealers to replace the very ancient old one that have been with the jamfactory since the beging. Looking forward to a great year ahead