This ball shaped vase is in a cranberry coloured glass with a metallic silver thread trailing its way around the the body of this piece giving it a modern contemporary appearance is made by Colin Heaney in Byron Bay.
An attractive vase in the desirable cranberry colour with some multi-coloured speckling to the bottom half. Made by Mathew Larwood in a beautiful rose bowl shape with a wide mouth and flared rim.
Quite a pretty small bud vase made at the Gordon Studio is a lovely blue at the bottom and cranberry pink at the top with some yellow or gold in between. All this is packed into a piece standing only ten centimeters in height.
This bowl is a wonderful clear amethyst colour which has two applied sea shell motifs as handles and would look perfect in a seaside cottage or a beach theme room. It was created by Meg Caslake of South Australia.
This little kiln formed bowl with a dolphin was made by myself using a microwave kiln and Bullseye glass cut into small pieces like a jigsaw puzzle and assembled on a disc of glass then slumped into a mould.
An unusual and irregular shaped vase made with a black glass and a white flowing design. Made by Paul Hayworth and Paul Flett during a short period in the Hunter Valley Vineyards where they had a studio before moving on. Paul Hayworth continued to produce beautiful glass and now lives in the coastal town of Lake Cathie New South Wales.
This is a beautiful clear glass bowl with a soft pastel green,pink and mauve design which looks beautiful when the sun catches it. Made by Leisa Wharington at her Mornington Peninsula Studio.
A wine goblet crafted by Scott Spencer with an amber body that has been given an iridescent coating with metal oxides resulting in a luster and beauty that is hard to describe. In all a wonderful looking functional object.
This is a very brightly coloured and fun perfume bottle created by Maureen Williams in a vibrant yellow with rich cherry red dots has a very contemporary look which I am confident will look as good in 100 years time as it does today.
A fine example of Kent’s work this has a beautiful blue swirling around the weight with a red and green interior like the centre of a volcano. Western Australian artist Kent Le Grand was a remarkable person. After a car accident left him with only the use of his left arm and using his left foot with his right arm in a sling he retrained himself to create his amazing pieces. For a right handed person this was extraordinary.