Eunice Wake, Glass Artist at Carringbush Gallery.

What really engages me in working with glass as a medium is the ability to continually experiment with new ideas and techniques. I have always considered that my art exists in a state of evolution, so there  are unlimited possibilities for the future.

In 1981, Eunice took a course in Leadlight that was held by the Glass Artist Geoff Moebus.
Eunice then ventured into the glass slumping and fusing field around 15 years ago, completing a kiln work course where she was tutored by the renowned glass artists Daniel Meldrum and Barbara Collingwood as well as various glass workshops undertaken at the Victorian Craft Center with International glass artists Graeme Stone, Allan Cryness and more recently Jessica Loughlin.
Over the years, she has created a unique style with the application of Pate de Verre, glass paints, powders, lustre’s and even 22 carat gold appliquês resulting in many beautiful art pieces including plates, bowls, vases, wall pieces and even glass mosaics.
 
Eunice has had her art pieces exhibited in various galleries and exhibitions Australia wide, including :

  • The Art Room, Hyde Park SA
  • Ouyen Art Show
  • Alfred Deakin Center Mildura
  • Mildura Regional Gallery
  • Mildura Rotary Art Show
  • School of Art Gallery, Australian National University, ACT – 2008
  • Kerang Rotary Club Art exhibition, 2008

Eunice was commissioned by the Wentworth Shire Council to create a custom art piece for presentation to their sister city in Japan, and by the Victorian Urban Fire Brigade Championships to create special glass trophies.


Eunice’s own Carringbush Glass Gallery and Studio is Located in Red Cliffs, a short drive from Mildura in Victoria’s Sunraysia district.