Lisa Cahill is known internationally for her kiln-formed and cold-worked glass wall and sculptural works which include several public art commissions. Since completing her studies in Melbourne, Australia in 2000 she has worked as an independent studio artist for over 13 years having established studios in Melbourne, Sydney and now works from her studio in Pialligo, Canberra. Cahill has been awarded numerous grants and prizes including several Australia Council for the Arts New Work Grants and has been a regular finalist in the Ranamok and Tom Malone Glass Prizes. She teaches, lectures and exhibits internationally and has had residencies at the Bullseye Glass Company in 2001, Northlands Creative Glass in 2008 and the Canberra Glassworks in 2012 and 2013.


“I am interested in light and space, time and memory. Creating dreamlike images allows the viewer to draw associations with their own remembered landscapes, resulting in a meditative and or emotional response. Intense colour, translucency and captured light combine to evoke notions of an ephemeral landscape and encourage one to consider the transitory nature of human existence”. Lisa Cahill 2013


Lisa Cahill

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