Philip Stokes Studio Glass also contributes to larger events and festivals like the Melbourne Design Festival, Design:Made:Trade. and a broad range of galleries and Pop-up shops throughout Australia. PSSG is also available for school visits, corporate events and executive team building session.
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Philip Stokes studio Glass is proud to be part of Artweek Auckland 2016.
Glass House is a pop up gallery showcasing signature works by Philip Stokes, one of Australasia's leading glass artist.
Manipulating hot glass is no easy feat, yet Philip's magical technique has resulted in mesmerizing objects which must be seen firsthand to fully appreciate. Sculptural installations and functional works comprise of glossy fruity colour, globular drips of layered glass and bursting with whimsy, fun and imagination are here to explore and collect.
Artist talks will be held on Saturday the 8th and Sunday the 9th of October at 1pm.
Shop 4A - Ponsonby Central - 136-138 Ponsonby Rd, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand
Light has the power to enhance an artist’s ideas, bringing the work to another dimension. Explore contemporary artworks that use light in creative and unexpected ways.
For White Night, Black Door Gallery will showcase recent light works by leading New Zealand artists and designers, these illuminated works will transform the gallery after dark. The gallery will be open until midnight for this special event.
Recent works from James Russ, Philip Stokes, Oliver Höglund and Tom Barter.
White Night is an exciting free cultural event with expansive choices from visual art, illuminations, theatre, film, design, performances on display, as well as visits behind the scenes to artists’ studios. All this, for six hours, non-stop, throughout Auckland.
A full programme of White Night offerings throughout the city is available on the White Night mini-site.
Start making plans for your own White Night adventure with Blackdoor Gallery here.
This exhibition rediscovers the history of glassmaking in Moonee Valley. The chemical company, ICI Australia, operated a research facility in Ascot Vale during the 1950s and 1960s that employed dozens of glass workers. The community had a good knowledge of glass production and specialist skills to handle this ancient substance.
A selection of invited contemporary artists working with glass will recontextualise these technical and industrial practices to reference the origins of glass and its industrial and scientific history.
Kristel Britcher, Georgina Cockshott, Jennifer Ashley King, Jeremy Lepisto, Kristin McFarlane, Nadia Mercuri, Philip Stokes, Blanche Tilden, Bethany Wheeler.
Opens Friday, 7 August from 6pm-8pm. All welcome with light refreshments served. Join the event here.
Curator talk: Saturday, 27 August at 1pm. Book online or on 8325 1750
We are very excited to announce that our studio will be expanding and relocating to New Zealand in September this year. This adventure marks the beginning of a new chapter for the whole team at PSSG and we will be celebrating with our Grand 3 day sale. The furnace will be warming the space and glass blowing demonstrations will be happening throughout the sale.
This will be our last studio sale in Australia and you wont see prices like this again; so don’t miss out and be sure to visit us over three days in July!
Expect 30 - 80% off all PSSG items.
Melbourne Indesign has been held biannually since 2004 (previously named 'Saturday in Design') to showcase the most revolutionary ideas and game-changing new products from high-end international and regional brands and leading architecture and design talent.
The event unites four design precincts: Collingwood, Fitzroy, Melbourne CBD and Richmond, with multiple showrooms and pop-up spaces transformed by conceptual installations and product launches, international guests, topical industry seminars, emerging designer showcases, workshops, demonstrations, networking drinks and more.
The locations are connected by tram routes and free buses, creating choose-your-own design adventures for industry insiders and design lover.
At Melbourne Indesign, Articolo will be launching their new lighting at PSSG’s showroom. PSSG produced glass for these collections in muted and dusty hues, with satin and polished finishes and organic optical elements. These come together with Articolo’s refined custom fixtures, to create an effect that is simple, elegant and timeless.
PSSG will also be exhibiting selected large scale installations and commercial pieces, and on both days of the event, Philip and the rest of the team will be blowing pieces from Articolo’s new lighting collection, as well as their own signature pieces, live in the studio. Don’t miss observing this fascinating and ancient artform firsthand.
Back by popular demand we are having our midyear sale and it will be our biggest yet! After a bumper start to the year we now need to clear the shelves and make way for new works. Make the most of this opportunity to collect unique art glass which will be available well below retail prices as well as samples and seconds.
Expect 30 - 80% off all PSSG items.
It’s our annual Christmas Sale and we have more art glass, homewares, lighting and gifts than ever before! Our whole range will be available below retail prices as well as samples and seconds from this year's production and commissions.
Expect 10 - 80% off all PSSG items.
CamART returns to the Woodstock Building at Camberwell Girls Grammar in August, hosting contemporary pieces from emerging and established artists. This year’s feature artists are Sophie Gralton, Paitoon Jumee and Philip Stokes.
Sophie Gralton is a mixed media artist who is inspired by her childhood. Sophie applies materials such as old linoleum, manila tags, children’s story books and postage stamps directly to her canvases to create reminiscent pieces.
Young Thai artist Paitoon Jumee creates bold female and male portraits. His work is highly sought after by collectors around the world.
Spontaneity, improvisation and chance are elements of Philip Stokes’ hot glasswork and his large-scale, sculptural installations grace overseas locations. CamART will be hosting Philip’s playful, smaller scale pieces.
CamART opens on the night of the Launch Party on Friday 16 August from 7.00pm until late, offering guests the first opportunity to view and purchase art. There will be entertainment by local duo 45Degrees throughout the evening, plus canapés and beverages.
CamART will continue throughout the weekend from 11.00am to 5.00pm. There will be beautiful gifts to purchase from the Gift Shop and fun things to do for the kids at the Sunday Family Day. Entry on the Saturday and Sunday for adults is $5 per person and children’s entry is free.
All funds raised from the Show will be directed to the Camberwell Girls Grammar School Scholarship Fund.
For a full list of artists appearing at CamART, visit www.camart.com.au. We hope to see you across the weekend.
After a bumper start to the year we now need to clear the shelves and make way for new works. For the first time ever we are having a mid year sale and it will be our biggest yet. Make the most of this opportunity to collect unique art glass which will be available well below retail prices as well as samples and seconds.
Expect 30 - 80% off all PSSG items.
This exhibition represents a collaborative project between The University of Melbourne’s Early Learning Centre and Philip Stokes Studio Glass and is open to the public until 5th May 2013.
Kindergarten teacher Suzana Zaper, who translates a personal fascination with glass into a medium of discovery and learning for her 3-5 year old students, and Philip Stokes, a glass artist who enjoys sharing this ancient craft with young children and incorporating their ideas into his art, lead this ongoing collaborative project.
Approximately 200 three-five year old children from the Early Learning Centre have participated in the project over the past six years and the exhibition reflects their journey of discovery through a unique glass collection inspired by their poetic imagination, vocabulary and drawings.
The project also forms part of the Early Learning Centre’s annual wider curriculum responding to The United Nations International Year themes, promoting care and concern for the environment through education. Step Gently on this Earth and this Sky takes us from “Antarctica, the icy land of secrets” to “our home, this muddy Yarra” and beyond.
On exhibition until the 5th of May 2013.
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Glass Artist Gallery latest show New Wave from the 9th of October to the 4th of November is part of their 30th year celebrations. Bringing together a wide range of talented glass makers who explore this medium in all it's various forms and techniques. Artists include: Gabrielle Admik, Tevita Havea, Luke Jacomb, Anne Sorensen, Philip Stokes, Bridget Thomas and Mark Wotherspoon.
Opening night: 6pm - 8pm Thursday the 11th of October 2012.
Glass Artists' Gallery, 68 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe 2037, Australia, 02 9552 1552, email@example.com, www.glassartistsgallery.com.au, Opening Hours, Tues till Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm.
Veroinca George Gallery latest show from the 13th of October brings together three different artists. Lisa Simmons - Kimberley Collection, Brian Hirst - Fluoro Green Series and Philip Stokes with Zhengzhou - These leafy forms have been solid formed, incorporating vibrant colours through various layers of coloured cup pickups. Individual pieces have been etched, carved and polished with diamonds wheels to create a lively play of light and colour on these wall mounted sculptures.
Opening: 10am - 5:30pm Saturday the 13th of October 2012.
Veronica George Gallery, 1082 High Street, Armadale 3143, Australia, 03 9500 9930, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.glassartistsgallery.com.au, Opening Hours, Tues till Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm