Prendivillian Glass Artist Smashes the Competition

By November 23, 2021 News

Prendivillian Glass Artist Smashes the Competition

This beautiful piece made by our own Year 10 student Monique Chevalier, as well as works from TIDE Teacher Natasha Adamson and Art Technician Kimberly Stuart are on display at the Zig Zag Gallery

Congratulations to Monique who was given a major award at the exhibition! Her work is a testament to her own creativity as well as the support and expertise of the TIDE department. Below is her artist statement:

The piece utilises recycled glass opaque and transparent to highlight the rawness that one eye tends to observe through rough and edged glass. The marri burri represents the nature perspective and highlights natures cohesiveness with human life. The colour palette is blue and greens while contrasted with the darker tones of blue, green and whites to break between the transparent glass. The glass piece had a firing process that varied through the time that it was in the kiln to create movement in the glass edges, again contributing to the natural aspect.

Glass+ 2021 | Zig Zag Gallery, Kalamunda | 20 November – 5 December 2021 Glass Artists of Western Australia