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Australian Studio Glass & Ceramics

Honor Freeman GHOST OBJECTS at the AGSA

We were thrilled for Honor Freeman, who opened her outstanding exhibition G H O S T  O B J  E C T S at the Art Gallery of South Australia last week. Presented during the 2019 SALA Festival and facilitated … Continue reading

Honor Freeman – Finalist in Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award

Honor Freeman has been selected as a finalist in the 2019 Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award with her piece Everyday Luxury, 2019. This is the 10th Anniversary of the Award and the exhibition runs until 12th July at the … Continue reading

Sabbia artists selected for New Glass Now at the Corning Museum NY

Sabbia Gallery’s artists have been selected for the prestigious New Glass Now at The Corning Museum in Corning New York. This is a global survey of contemporary glass which includes 100 artworks exemplifying the innovation and experimentation of artists working … Continue reading

Greg Daly and Dr Julie Bartholomew – Finalists in the 2019 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award

We are thrilled to announce that Sabbia artists Greg Daly and Dr Julie Bartholomew are two of the six finalists in the prestigious 2019 Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award at Shepparton Art Museum SAM. The other finalists are Stephen … Continue reading

Clare Belfrage’s SALA 2018 Feature Artist and Short Film ‘A Measure of Time’

The SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival opens late July 2018 and the feature artist for 2018 is one of Sabbia Gallery’s artists Clare Belfrage. Celebrating its 21st year and featuring over 9000 artists the wide range of SALA events … Continue reading

Sabbia’s artists acknowledged in print and digital media

Sabbia Gallery’s artists and exhibitions have had a busy time in both the digital and print media recently. Clay Stories received a full page review by Kerry-Anne Cousins in the Canberra Times, and well as online in the Sydney Morning Herald, … Continue reading

Lisa Cahill – Rising Sun commission for Sir John Monash Centre, Australian War Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux, France

Sabbia Gallery artist Lisa Cahill has just returned home to Australia after installing the ‘Rising Sun’ Sculpture. It was launched at the Sir John Monash Centre at the Australian War Memorial in Villers-Bretonneux France on Anzac Day. Tim Williams (one of … Continue reading

Clay Stories travels to Alice Springs

Sabbia Gallery and the Remote Communties Ceramic Network are pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the touring exhibition Clay Stories : Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia at Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs. The exhibition runs from 3 … Continue reading

CLAY STORIES – Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia Touring Exhibition

Touring Exhibition 2017-2019 We are pleased to announce the successful launch of the Clay Stories touring exhibition at the JamFactory at Seppeltsfield that took place on Sunday 15th October 2017 in conjunction with the Tarnanthi Arts Festival. Clay Stories is a significant … Continue reading

SABBIA GALLERY AT SYDNEY CONTEMPORARY 2017

Sabbia Gallery is pleased to be exhibiting at Sydney Contemporary art fair for 2017. We will be exhibiting new works from Australian artists Mel Douglas, Pippin Drysdale, Honor Freeman and Kirstie Rea. Booth G08 Taking place from the 7-10 September … Continue reading