Ceramics, Glass + Fibre
Art Gallery of South Australia has commissioned Jeffery Mincham AM for – Oribe Revisited, 2022. Congratulations Jeffrey.
Tjunkaya Tapaya AM with – Kungkarangkalpa / Seven Sisters III, 2021, from her recent solo exhibition at Sabbia into the Geelong Art Gallery collection We will be announcing more museum and gallery acquisitions in the coming months
Congratulations Mel on the acquisition of – Transition, 2022, from her solo exhibition at Sabbia this year into the Powerhouse Sydney collection.
Humboldt Museum in Berlin has recently acquired Alison Milyika Carroll’s Ngayuku Walka V, 2017. Congratulations Alison.
Congratulations Clare Belfrage on the acquisition of Warm Air, 2021, by the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art to be included in their collection.
The launch of the exhibition ‘of light’ by Sabbia artist Jessica Loughlin was launched last month at the JamFactory in Adelaide. 15 July – 18 September 2022 Jessica has been honoured with being the 2022 SALA (South Australian Living Artist) … Continue reading
Gerry King will be included in the upcoming Qingdao International Glass Art Exhibition at the Qingdao Art Museum from August 2nd – September 4th with his piece ‘Zephyr, 2011’, kiln cast glass, 285 h x 400 w x 80mm d, … Continue reading
Congratulations to Alfred Lowe, Arrente (NT), Ernabella artists (Pukatja/ Pitjantjatjara, NT) Alison Milyika Carroll, Carlene Thompson, Elizabeth Dunn, Rupert Jack, Tjunkaya Tapaya OAM, Hermannsburg artists (Ntaria Western Aranda, NT) Hayley Coulthard Panangka, & Beth Inkamala Mbitjana & Tiwi artist Jock Puautjimi, … Continue reading
Congratulations to Jenni Kemarre Martiniello OAM, awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the General Division for service to the creative and visual arts. This is fantastic recognition for Jenni who has worked tirelessly in her arts … Continue reading
Congratulations to Sabbia artist Tim Edwards who was announced as the winner of the prestigious Tom Malone Prize 2022 for his work Ellipse #8 2021. Ellipse #8 was selected as the winning piece from a competitive short list of fifteen works by Australian … Continue reading