Kate Nixon

Give us your thoughts on the importance of collecting and having handmade objects large and small? Edith Wharton once said “an object is always more…


Lisa Cahill

What lead you to glass making? A love of design let me to Glassmaking. I never even considered Glass as a medium until I chanced upon it at an open…


Kevin Gordon

Clear Sea Urchin  Expand on the influence your parents have had on your glass career? With both parents being artists, I guess they laid the seed, I…


Jess Dare

How did you get from playing in the yard with berries and bugs to interpreting them in glass? There are more than 25 years of experiences,…


Katharine Coleman MBE

Discuss the very close and precise position you take up in your studio to do your work? I have a small studio, some 10ft x 9ft (3m x 2.5m), which…


Karen LaMonte

Rather than ask Karen LaMonte to repeat herself by answering my questions Zoneone Arts knows you will be enthralled by watching the video as Karen…


Carol Milne

Although it seems absurd, as an artist, I am much more interested and involved in the act of creation over the finished product. And it makes me…


Mary Fox

You comment that your work is ‘original art work to inspire functional wares to enhance your eating experience’, enhance on this comment. To me,…


Nick Chase

You bring both urban and natural landscapes to your glass work – discuss the technique you use? Take ‘Street View’  Where is the street?  The Image…


Amber Cowan

“I rework objects currently relegated to the aesthetic dustbin of history.  I reincarnate them into ornate abstractions.” Discuss this statement in…


Anne Sorensen

You have been fortunate in having a mentor, discuss how this came about and how important it has been in your artistic career? In 2013 I was…


Emilie Patteson

Can you discuss how you use the life cycle in your current work?             Growth / Decay             Life / Death My work always starts with…


Miki Kubo

Miki Kubo, Japanese Artist in Australia photograph by Henry Rust Zoneone Arts is delighted to bring Miki Kubo to you… You take great inspiration…


David and Jennifer Clancy

What lead you to move from being a weekend glass artist to having a full time studio and company, Clancy Designs? David and I both value the time…


Latchezar Boyadjiev

Originally you worked in the field of optical glass, can you explain this process and the type of work you were able to produce using this method?…


Alison Lowry

Your initial interest in textiles was fostered both by family heirlooms and your study of textile through City and Guilds. Can you discuss this?…


Mikyoung Jung

You combine both glass and other metals and materials in your work can you expand on how this came about? ‘Beyond’ As a border-crossing artist, I…


Kathryn Baxter

When and why did you decide that you wanted to work specifically with glass? From an early age I had always collected small strange lamp work animals…


Bruno Romanelli

You first became aware of art glass as a medium at Straffordshire Poly. Can you explain what captivated you and what lead you to follow this medium?…


Terri Colledge

Can you explain what cameo glass is? Cameo glass is layers of different coloured glass that are made into a vase or a perfume bottle, etc. If the…


David Royce

At the age of 15, what lead you to be an apprentice at a local glass shop? I had always wanted to try glass blowing since I first saw it at the…


Susan Longini

You have been working with glass for over 30 years, what have been some of the greatest technical improvements? For the work I do, there are 2 huge…


Ben W. Heineman Sr. Family Gallery of Contemporary Glass

Tell us about the location of Ben W. Heineman Sr. Family Gallery within the Corning Museum of Glass? The Ben W. Heineman Sr. Family Gallery of…


Justin Culina

Can you explain the technique/s you use for your glass making? I use traditional glass blowing techniques which have been used for centuries. Glass…


Amanda Simmons

You have been working with glass powders. Can you explain the affects you are achieving using this method? Using glass powders has changed the…


Kayo Yokoyama

When you began your study at the Sydney University did you know then you wanted to be a glass artist? Yes, I started blowing glass a year before…


Charlotte Sale

You first exhibited at the very young age of fourteen. Can you explain how this came about and how did it affect your choices to become an artist? I…