Experience the beauty, versatility, and mystery of glass as an artistic medium in this group exhibition from the Glass Artists Support Program (GASP).

 

GASP is a social group of likeminded artists who come together on a regular basis to-

*share ideas and techniques for the benefit of the artistic endeavor of members

*Discuss products and their uses within the artist’s own experiences

*to work collaboratively on philanthropic projects; generally exhibitions where we donate a percentage of the proceeds from artworks sold to a charitable organization.

 

GASP is not an association and does not have a membership fee and is open to glass artists of all disciplines –kiln formers, bead makers, mosaicists, leadlighters and copper foilers.

 

Working in a variety of warm and cold glass working techniques this exhibition features works by the following glass artists:

Marianne Bradman, Sally Brown, Jacquie Campbell, Lucy Cleary, Jennie Colic, Michelle Guest, Deby Miller, Deborah Pentland, Bob Pride, Monica Provan, Judy Rodsted-Wood, Jan Verouden, and Debbie Wennrich.

 

The exhibition is free to view, accessible for walkers, wheelchairs, and prams, and is on display in the Main Gallery of The Old Auction House until March 25.

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