Raewyn Roberts

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Reconciliation, 2009 Cast Glass 300mm High X 450mm Wide © Raewyn Roberts
Global Issue, 2009 Cast Glass © Raewyn Roberts
Fragments, 2004 Cast Glass © Raewyn Roberts
Synergy, 2004 Cast Glass © Raewyn Roberts
Transition, 2004 Cast Glass Donated Pilchuk Glass School Auction 2009
Cast Glass/Lost Wax Process
Quick Facts
Birth year
Last Century
Lives in
The Best Place in the World NZ
Works in
My own workshop
AUT Auckland New Zealand, 2008, Post Graduate Diploma
Quay School of the Arts Wanganui New Zealand, 2004, Bachelor Fine Arts Glass Major
Representing galleries
NZ Red Spot Real Aotearoa, NZ Kura, Rotorua NZ, Global Art Venue
Glass Sculpture modern figurative, cast glass, glass, NZ Glass, NZ abstract conceptual, sculpture


Ngati Kikopiri, Ngati Kea, Ngati Ruanui


A potter and gallery owner for 20 years in Australia and NZ, in 2004 I graduated from Wanganui Quay School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts majoring in glass . My graduate work was selected for New and Emerging Glass Artists Australia NZ- Second generation Grace Cochrane Curator and shown at the Ebeltoft Museum in Denmark.

I attended a David Reekie Masterclass 2003 and in 2006 was summer school Technical Assistant for Richard Whitely.

I have since completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Art & Design from AUT Auckland. I was  Chair of the Wanganui Glass Group for two Terms, then Glass Project Manager and Acting Arts Developer for the Wanganui District Council organising the Wanganui Festival of Glass in 2007 and 2008.

Currently I work as a glass caster from my studio Synergy Glass NZ in Wanganui and was most recently selected for the Looking Glass Exhibition Sarjeant Art Gallery 2009/10, Grace Cochrane Curator.

My exhibition work explores identity issues in geometric/abstract form and is represented by Red Spot Gallery -

and also Pataka, Kura Gallery, Form Gallery and the Sarjeant Gallery Wanganui .

I have had work exhibited internationally in Denmark, Seattle USA, and Adelaide Australia and am a member of NZ National Glass Association

In 2005  my work was included in Craft Arts International, Neues Glas and the American Glass Quarterly _ Review Matthew Kangas, in 2007  NZ Art News and most recently included in 2010 in the book New Zealand Glass Art