These sculptures force me to disengage with my worries and physically go out to find a story to tell.
A worldwide callout was launched by the International Year of Glass to find the 7 Glass Wonders. Over 50 proposals, submitted by regional organisations from each continent, were assessed by an international panel of independent judges.
Through my sculptures I am attempting to carve a thread across this immense chasm of time to the present.
Bohemian refers to a free spirit, of disregarding norms and fearlessly delving into new endeavours.
One of the biggest highlights in 2019 was the opening of New Glass Now at the Corning Museum of Glass… Read more 2019 – New Glass Now
#NewGlassNow opens at the Corning Museum of Glass on 11 May 2019.
Pocket Lens will be one of the 100 international works exhibited…
I am delighted to announce that I am now also represented internationally with Bellart Gallery at the #Vitrofestival Romont, Switzerland.
The process of creating is as much part as the result in my sculptures. It’s a path of discovery… an exciting journey where an idea manifests itself as tangible.
Pretoria is a proverbial melting-pot of glass art. With this in mind several contemporary protagonists using glass in their oeuvre… Read more Back to the Future – Contemporary Glass Inspired by the Past
It is both a moment of deep sadness, anger and regret whilst contemplating these atrocities; and a time where we South Africans, as a nation, can use this wisdom, to understand our past and build a better future for all.
Rock Blossoms are a tribute to the rich history of glass and its origins.
The title references a duality, of that what you are seeing being a suggested resemblance of something else, something very familiar in this digital age.
Ngwenya Glass’ 30th Anniversary International Workshop 3-7 April 2017 One of my highlight of 2017 is to have been part of… Read more Ngwenya Glass Workshop 2017
From Småland to Berlin: Art, Adventure, and Urban Explorations | Lathe Riders’ Journey
I’m excited to announce my involvement in the fourth edition of the International Biennale of Glass in Sofia, Bulgaria. The… Read more The International Biennale of Glass in Sofia, Bulgaria
After an intense week of work, conversations and creativity the Lathe Riders group exhibition, Grit & Wheels, opened at the… Read more Grit & Wheels Exhibition at Glasmuseum Frauenau
These ‘non’ TVs hold a unique power. Whether through social media images or physical encounters, they spark immediate conversations.
Venturing into the realm of pinhole photography has broadened my perspective on the art of image making. Carla Crafford, a… Read more Combining Pinhole Photography with a Variety of Lenses
Fired Up! – Celebrating Southern African Glass Art opens at the Pretoria Art Museum on Saturday the 3rd of September.… Read more Fired Up! – Celebrating Southern African Glass Art
SculptX, the biggest sculpture fair in South Africa, opens on the 1st of September 2022!
Meta Phor has come a long way. These little yellow painted stone faces were once peering through pocket lenses. Their… Read more Meta Phor – Surreal Collages, Now Available on Foundation.app