Taste of Australia Decanter
Taste of Australia decanter by South Australian artists Rebecca Hartman-Kearns and Emma Klay (K & K).
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Rebecca Hartman-Kearns a graduate of the Uni SA School of Art - Glass. Rebecca has exhibited in a variety of national galleries such as Adelaide Festival Centre, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design and the SA Museum's "Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize".
In 2005 the International Glass Art Society Conference was hosted in Adelaide where Rebecca was awarded third prize in the International Student Exhibition. This international recognition of her unique and original work resulted in an invitation to exhibit in a two-person show "Aurora Australis" at the "Luniverre Gallery", Paris. In 2009 Rebecca was one of 3 Australian Glass artists to be invited to exhibit in "Glashart 2009" held in the Netherlands which resulted in her work being collected to appear in the prestigious "Bragotti Gallery", Amsterdam.
Emma Klau graduated from the University of South Australia in 2007 with a Visual Arts degree specialising in hot glass. Since the early stages of her glass education, Emma’s love of large vessel blowing and her inspiration to create organic forms has been evident in her work.
She went on to work in Max Klubals studio and Hot Shop in Goodwood, hiring and assisting there until she was accepted into the associateship programm at JamFactory in 2011. Currently she has a studio at the Jam Factory in Adelaide, and has worked on commissions for the Tour Down Under and the Food and Wine Festival. Over the past two years she has exhibited in several SALA exhibitions around Adelaide, including her most recent exhibition “Inspired by Nature” in the Adelaide Hills. In 2011 Emma developed her first range of functional revolving glass ware and bowls – just the first in a series of functional tableware.
Dimensions: H 300 x Dia 160mm
Materials: Blown glass, beach sand
Care Instructions: Wipe with a soft cloth
Due to the handmade nature of the products dimensions may vary on individual pieces.
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Handmade in Australia.