Glass artist Wendy Fairclough exhibits at Sabbia Gallery
Australia-based New Zealand artist Wendy Fairclough will be showing her ‘Landfall’ collection at Sabbia Galleryin Australia in September 2023.
Wendy draws from her background in printmaking and sculpture, using processes that include glassblowing, engraving, sand carving and casting. She is adept at moving between three-dimensional and two-dimensional fields. Her ongoing interest in what we have in common as human beings, regardless of culture and religion, has led her to artist residencies in China, New Zealand and India.
Wendy has exhibited internationally throughout Asia, New Zealand, the US, Canada and Australia. Her work is represented in private and public collections, including the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Gallery of Australia, Australian National Art Glass Collection, Australian National University Collection,and the Museum of Australian Democracy.
The exhibition starts on 2 September and runs until 23 September. There will be an afternoon opening launch from 2 to 4pm on 2 September (registration required), with artist Clare Belfrage as the opening speaker.
The show will run in conjunction with the solo exhibition ‘Entangled Anatomy’, featuring work by emerging ceramic artist Michele Edinger.
Sabbia Gallery is at 609 Elizabeth Street, Redfern, Sydney, NSW, 2016, Australia. Website: https://sabbiagallery.com/
Image: Glass art by Wendy Fairclough.