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Congratulations to Pepai Jangala Carroll – The King’s School Art Prize 2020 Winner

We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2020 King’s School Art Prize is Sabbia Gallery artist Pepai Jangala Carroll. This is an annual $20,000 Acquisitive Award presented to an Australian contemporary artist, this year judged by Maud … Continue reading

Sabbia artists selected as finalists for The Kings School Art Prize 2020

Sabbia Gallery would like to congratulate Lisa Cahill, Pepai Jangala Carroll and Kirstie Rea for being shortlisted as finalists for The King’s School Art Prize 2020. The King’s School Art Prize is a $20,000 acquisitive award presented to the artists … Continue reading

Mel Douglas is the winner of the 2020 Tom Malone Prize

  We are delighted to announce that Sabbia artist Mel Douglas is the winner of the 2020 Tom Malone Prize for Australian glass artistsfor her work Tonal Value 2019. As an acquisitive prize, each year’s winning entrant is awarded $15,000 and their work … 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

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

Sabbia’s artists prominent in the inaugural Fuse Glass Prize

From the Fuse Glass Prize website, posted March 2016: JamFactory is thrilled to announce 15 outstanding finalists have been selected for the inaugural FUSE Glass Prize. The judges reviewed 83 high quality and diverse entries from across Australia and New … Continue reading

Cahill and Douglas in New Glass Review 34

The work of Australian glass artists Lisa Cahill and Mel Douglas has been selected for the New Glass Review 34. Published by The Corning Museum of Glass, USA New Glass Review is an annual survey of glass in contemporary art, … Continue reading