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Clifton Beach, Tasmania
Tasmanian glass artist who creates small-scale production kiln-formed glass and stainless steel table sculptures which are from the same design but all individually hand crafted and unique.
Rebecca has been creating unique kiln-formed glass and stainless steel table sculptures for over 15 years. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (first class honours) in 2003 and in 2007 a Master of fine Arts (Research) from the University of Tasmania. Career highlights include winner of the 2007 MONA scholarship and Peoples Choice Award Hobart Art Prize, 2008 finalist Ranamok Glass Prize, 2018 finalist Bay of Fires Award and 2020 finalist TIDAL Art Award.
Rebecca’s work has been exhibited locally, nationally and internationally. Internationally her glass sculpture has been showcased at the Australian Pavilion during the Beijing Olympics in 2008, Art London in 2009 and 2010. In 2011 her glass and steel sculptural lamps were shown at the prestigious international art fair for contemporary objects COLLECT in London. Her works are held in private collections worldwide and in MONA and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
An artist that is constantly exploring and expanding her artistic practice Rebecca also works with oils on canvas and printmaking.