The exhibition titled 'OSMOSIS' opens on Thursday 1 March 2012.
In 2007 a piece of his work was purchased by The Corning Museum of Glass and in 2009 he received The New Talent Award from Urban Glass New York and was a finalist in The Ranamok Glass Prize, a travelling exhibition of Australian and New Zealand glass artists.
|Tama by Tevita Havea|
|Hikule'o by Tevita Havea|
|Sway Wall Piece by Harriet Schwarzrock|
|Russet Sway by Harriet Schwarzrock|
She works with repetitive blown glass forms and stainless steel in order to create wall panels and larger sculptural forms, enabling basic components to amass and become multifarious formations. Subtle shifts and individual differences inform the placement of the forms, with the intention to create an ambiguous floating feel within the structures.
and Schwarzrock share a studio in Queanbeyan, NSW, Australia, where they run a glass furnace in which they often tint the molten glass to create varied colours and hues.
Federation Square (enter via Atrium)