Llewelyn Ash has been working in glass since 2008, Learning to blow glass at the University of South Australia., being guided and mentored by Gabrielle Bisetto and tutored by Tim Shaw. Llewelyn created his own unique and distinctive style, prior to discovering glass he painted and created etching from drawings. He now incorporates his printmaking designs onto the glass using the graphic qualities of line to express ideas.
Llewelyn completed a two year intensive glass blowing training program in 2013 at the Jam Factory in Adelaide, South Australia . His work has been exhibited in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney in the last two years with achievements including the Design Institute of Australia award, finalist in the Australian National Glass Museum Student Award and Winter lights exhibition Federation square, selected as a Jam Factory Associate, the Jam Factory Pilchuck Scholarship in Seattle and won the Young Artist for Whyalla Art Prize, Briton sculpture Prize and Waterhouse Youth Art Prize.
‘Wave Platter’ coming soon to 2019
The 'Wave Platters' reflects the endless dreaming of a perfect wave, the lip feathering in the wind for a few moments, before pitching forward to explode in a foaming mass of white-water. These glass platters will bring the ocean into your home.