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
Over the following weeks Haddad and film crew peered over my shoulders, filming the creation of “Carving Light”. The keen eye of Charl Fraser as cameraman kept on squeezing himself into corners of rotating machines to get that right shot.
Through my sculptures I am attempting to carve a thread across this immense chasm of time to the present.
The Turbine Art Fair will open its doors with great anticipation this week!
My Precious Beast sculptures will be shown for the first time! …and a limited series of photograms of each sculpture will also be available from edg2020 Gallery.
Blow Your Sculpture 2021 is the biggest sculptural glass event of the year in Africa!
The South African glass art scene might be small, but we have strong fires driving our passion!
An interview with Lothar Böttcher on CGTN and perspectives on South African Glass.
The way light entwines itself with glass has always fascinated me…
Iceberg sculptures premier at Dawid M. Ras Gallery!
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
One thing I have learned from the international glass community is that it is a family of wierd cousins, uncles and aunts, some might be scary and others timid or bombastic, everyone differenty unique but all are giving, supportive and believe in the magic of glass and its future.
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