In light of working...
I have been working in many directions.
I am currently "Phil-ling" in for the technical officer in the glass workshop at the Australian National University.
As well, I have been continuing my pursuit of my research, doing some project management for some designer projects, work on the new studio, preparation for upcoming traveling and teaching engagements this summer and beginning to construct some new pieces.
If you are interest in seeing the work, please check out the Beaver Galleries, Traver Gallery and the Blue Rain Gallery on their upcoming exhibitions.
If you want to see me soon in Australia, just drop by the ANU Mon-Wed or by our new shop in Queanbeyan. If you want to catch up in America, please come to Klaus Moje's award ceremony in Seattle, the festivities at the Museum of Glass for the LINKS exhibition or between the bookshelves at Powell's Books on Burnside Street in Portland, Oregon on Sunday May 19th and most likely May 20th...
Here is a few shots of my progress...
It has been a busy time here in Canberra since returning from the States last month. I am mainly focused on my PhD but am also taking on some small projects to afford the decadency of academia. In the mix of all of this, there is always some random, surprising and wonderful happenings...
Here are some developing works from my research:
Here is a presentation platter that I created for the Australian Culinary Team (check them out here):
Here is a lovely little project that I completed for a fantastic man...the author Bryce Courtenay:
And, as you do in such a tight knit community, an Italian Maestro came down under. Here he is with an Australian Maestro:
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