Dunedin artist Jim Cooper’s ceramic sculptures push clay to its absolute limits while adhering to and confirming his fine art intent.
Madeleine Child has pursued the study of ceramic and glass in New York, Lisbon, and London.
Drawing early influence from the style and composition of Northern Italian and Renaissance art, Mary has established herself as one of New Zealand's foremost realist figurative painters.
Isaac Katzoff has worked in established glass production studios in both the United States and New Zealand, refining his technique and skills in glass-blowing and fabrication.
Garry Nash has been working with hot glass since 1978 and is one of the pioneers of the studio glass movement in New Zealand.
Nate Savill is a contemporary blacksmith using both coal and gas forges, Nate uses traditional blacksmithing techniques to create both functional and sculptural objects.