Gabby begins drawing by digitally montaging her photographs, manipulating and dousing them with colour. The secret, often troubling, social justice subject matter is buried and woven into the layers of pastel she adds to the printed surface.
Gabby’s glass art is a meditative, therapeutic process inspired by Australian landscape wonders.
Caroline began leadlighting and copper foiling in 1995. But ultimately, she wanted to go further and fuse, cast and slump glass. Glass has a quality of lustre, shine and vibrance of colours that fascinates Caroline. She experiments and take risks, seeking to push boundaries with new ideas and techniques.
Coming from a background in ceramics and glass, Leith dived into polymer clay 2 years ago – fascinated with it’s greater freedoms and possibilities. She finds her focus often polymer jewellery, still exploring all 3 mediums from her Peregian Beach home, inspired by the serenity of the beach lifestyle. Coming from a background in ceramics and glass, Leith dived into polymer clay 2 years ago – fascinated with it’s greater freedoms and possibilities.
John’s work consist of warm glass work that is primarily abstract pieces for colour and aesthetics, and others whose focus is geometric to include the challenge of precision, whilst allowing for the movement of glass when fired. Items are generally completed in molds to shape them, or installed on stands.