With an enduring interest in the plight of many endangered species of birds, Noel Hart creates beautiful glass referencing the plumage of parrots. He has developed a glass blowing technique inspired by the Middle Eastern core-formed glass from 3500 years ago, replacing the dung/clay core with an expandable glass bubble. Working with a team of glassblowers, the basic hot glass bubble is coated with multiple coloured parts that simulate the feathers of parrots.
Noel's glass art work evokes a painterly feeling in glass. He has a particular interest in the plight of bird life around the world and finds rich inspiration in the forests around his home on the North Coast of NSW, Australia. A modern glass artist drawing on ancient...
NSW Artist Rachel Carmichael has been working with Gannon House for close to 30 years and has a following of dedicated collectors.
One of the gallery’s most popular local artists her whimsical approach gives her work a feeling of light heartedness but with an wistfulness evidenced in the gaze in each of her portraits. Working from her home south of Sydney, Rachel began using small boxes to paint on, later moving to mixed media painting with flashes of gilt, often hand framed with gold leaf.
Browse the latest selection of her work below.
Conchita Carmabano has exhibited at Gannon House Gallery for the past 10 years and her work is popular among private and corporate collectors. Her abstract paintings often includes printed or collaged elements that are immediately recognisable, bringing structure and...
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