1. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow by Scott Chaseling

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    Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow by Scott Chaseling 27 March 2014 to 20 April 2014 The paintings of Scott Chaseling’s artworks impart a narrative that present as a still frame from a complete account and yet also appear mystical and open-ended. This allows the viewer to bring his/her own history to complete the commentary focusing on the physical expressions of his characters. The protagonists in these narratives, either in stasis or in movement place themselves in frames of vacancy, similar to those souls in an Edward Hopper painting. With paintings open to public viewing and others hidden, becoming more private and the lack of exactness in definition, he raises possibilities of interpretation rather than forcing his own. The give and take between meaning and conjecture is at the centre of the aesthetic experience that Chaseling offers us. YESTERDAY reintroduces us to Scott Chaseling work from 2004-2008. Artworks, that not only through technical proficiency, create new ways of interpreting the vessel. This series of work, which lasted for ten years, shows the steady development of research of the material and the time given skill that allowed him to become dexterous at presenting ideas in the painted snapshot. The artworks for this exhibition have not been exhibited before in Australia. TODAY continues Chaseling’s research into the figure and relaying the social and political narratives from before. Though now larger and the introduction of mixed media it mirrors and expands upon his works from the 1990s. While removing the realism or the painted image the sculptures now tell their stories through an abstract narrative. TOMORROW was the set as a challenge. These are not ‘works in progress’ but finished pieces. It is through the completion of an edition or a commission that the artwork is finalised. Scott Chaseling began working with glass serendipitously after studying sculpture in South Australia. Now more than 25 years later he has travelled, exhibiting, teaching and making throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and the US. Chaseling’s work is represented in the collections of museums in many of those places and recently he has held solo museum exhibitions in France and Germany. Along with winning many prizes, including the Ranamok Glass Prize, Australia and a Gold Medal at the Bavarian State Prize, Germany, he was a recipient of the Leverhulme Research Fellowship to allow one years research at the University of Sunderland UK.

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    • Hot Glass Platter Demo

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      This is an abbreviated demo of how to make a hot glass platter. The artist is Charles Riley.

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      • Hot Glass Platter Demonstration

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        This is an abbreviated demonstration of how to make a blown hot glass wall/table platter. The artist is Charles Riley.

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        • Donna Cooper discusses the Juxtapositions exhibition at Kirra Galleries, August, 2012

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          Donna Cooper Executive Director of Architectural Glass Design Australia discusses the Juxtapositions exhibition at Kirra Galleries, Fed Square in Melbourne

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          • Glass Artist Tan SockFong @ArtGlassCentre on U頻道: 都是大发现 (Channel U: On The Beat)

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            (http://www/ArtGlassCentre.com) Tan Sock Fong @ArtGlassCentre Featured on U頻道 - 都是大发现 陳淑芳 @琉璃藝術中心

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            • Legacy Designs Inc.

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              Judith Bushnell, Founder of Legacy Designs Inc - Each person leaves a unique legacy, both personal and expressive. Our glass art designs honor that legacy in a beautiful memorial alternative. Each piece is individually created and unlike any other. These glass art creations are portable heirloom pieces and a legacy for future generations. All memorial glass art is available with or without cremation ashes. Your me​​mories are as unique as our art. Simple and elegant with ashes only, or graced with vivid colors and design, the choice is up to you. Each family member or friend can choose what most honors the individual relationship.​ www.legacydesignsinc.com - This video and the Legacy Designs Inc website and all photography created by Spark Boemi, www.sparkb.com

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              • Art Glass Paperweight - Wave Style - Charles

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                This video is an abbreviated demonstration of how to make an art glass paperweight. The paperweight is one of our wave styles. The artist is Charles Riley.

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                • Art Glass Paperweight Demo - Wave Style

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                  This is an abbreviated demo of how to make an art glass paperweight. It is done in our wave style. The artist is Charles Riley.

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                  • Art Glass Paperweight Demo - Twister Style

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                    This is an abbreviated demo of how to make an art glass paperweight. It is done in our twister style. The artist is Michael Riley.

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                    • Art Glass Paperweight - Twister Style - Michael

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                      This video is an abbreviated demonstration of how to make an art glass paperweight. The paperweight is one of our twister styles. The artist is Michael Riley.

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