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Experience this representative selection of artworks, showcasing the skills and techniques of some of New Zealand's leading studio glass artists.
Featuring eight stunning pieces arranged by colour, the display includes work by Mel Simpson, founder of the New Zealand Society of Artists in Glass, alongside Stephen Bradbourne, Emma Camden, Billy Morris, Garry Nash, Ann Robinson and Layla Walter – artists all renowned for various glassmaking techniques.
Image (above): I mean no harm, 1994–95, Emma Camden.
Image (right) Microcosm II, 2017, by Stephen Bradbourne. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Bradbourne.