This light caramel coloured bowl has darker chocolate and white wavy ripple design to the bottom half and has a lovely warm appealing look made by artist and simply signed King 87. It has now been definitely identified by Gerry as one of his blown pieces when he was still blowing and is considered by Gerry as a very fine example of his earlier work. . It measures 17cm in diameter at the rim and 11 1/2cm in height.
Measuring 51 centimeters in diameter this extremely large and heavy glass bowl is in a vibrant lime green; blown by Lucas Salton in Queensland . Looking like huge slice of kiwi fruit it is spectacular in the sunlight.
A difficult item to photograph to capture all the subtleties that only the eye can see in this unusual piece in a purple-grey coloured glass with large white mottling expertly crafted by Scott Spencer. A highly refined piece of glass.
This pink vase with a white trailing that was combed to create feathering was made by well known and prolific glass blower Stephen Morris better known for his cobalt blue work.
Created by Elizabeth M Kelly a most unusual white vase with a kaleidoscope of colours splattered all over the body giving it a crazy and beautiful appearance that goes well with green foliage.
A spectacular example of the glass makers art by Chris Pantano looks rather more like a painting than a vase. This vase has an Aboriginal style dreamtime motif and some remarkable colours that transform an ordinary piece of glass into a work of art.
Created by Tricia Allen this large conical vase in transparent and milky cobalt blue glass and is quite a sight as the colour spirals around the piece like a silk ribbon.
This vase is a beautiful piece of glass. A highly refined item of the most delicate soft mint green with a mottling of orange and mauve trailing around the piece including an almost tangerine orange on the rim. It is a credit to the master glass blower Glenistair Hancock.
This vase is blown of a clear glass then flashed with a thin layer of lime green and black mottling which is masked up to make the design. Then where no masking exists it is cut or sand blasted to remove the the flashed glass. Amanda creates beautiful works of cameo glass in some wonderful colours.
A stunning piece of art glass by renown glass artist Jane Cowie in the shape of a lily with a white body and an unusual orange stripe that runs down the inside giving it an organic appearance mounted on a green wine glass base forming leaves.