Glass Market Day!
Saturday the 25th of November 2017 - 10am to 4.00pm
Come down to New Zealand Glassworks on Saturday the 25th of November. There will be stalls with local glass artists selling Christmas gifts, samples and seconds. A perfect chance to meet some of our talented artists! We are open from 10am- 4.00pm
See you there!
To celebrate NZG’s first birthday the glassworks would like to give you a gift! Enter our design competition; the winning design(s) will be made into glass by the skilled team of artists here at New Zealand Glassworks.
MAKE A PAPERWEIGHT Workshop's
SUN 3rd Sept | 10am - 4pm 1/2 HR | LIMITED SPACES, BOOK NOW!
15th of April - 31st of May 2017
Opening Saturday the 15th of April 5:00pm - 6:30pm
ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS FUNDRAISER AUCTION
NZ Glassworks, 2 Rutland Street
Saturday 1 April from 6:00pm to 8:30pm
$65 incl GST
A limited collection of pieces that represent the diversity, creativity and skill of Whanganui artists to raise funds for Artists Open Studios with wine and nibbles to enjoy.
For tickets contact Kathy Cunningham on 027 444 2637 or email@example.com
Glass Market Day!
Saturday the 10th of December 2016
10am to 4.30pm
A perfect chance to meet some of our talented artists!
We are open from 10am- 4.30pm
Hope to see you there!
Wilhelm Vernim - Glass Engraving Demonstration
Saturday the 15 of October 2016
10am to 4:30pm
New Zealand Glassworks is proud to have Wilhelm Vernim showcasing his amazing talents with the first demonstration for the facility. Wilhelm trained as a glass engraver at Zwiesel Glass Skills College in Germany, and continued his training as a Master in Glass Engraving at Zwiesel. He has also studied painting with Tom Buchner, engraving with Jiri Harcuba, and kiln casting with Max Jacquard.
Since 2013, Wilhem has been working as a freelance artist and has taught engraving and cold-working classes at the Glass Skills School in Rheinbach, Hadamar, Bild-Werk-Frauneau in Germany, The Glass Furnace in Turkey and IKA-Mechelen in Belgium.
For several years he has been particularly interested in Graaltechniques and has collaborated with fellow artists Scott Chaseling, Tim Shaw and Mark Locock.
For much of his work, Wilhem uses copper wheel, stone wheel and diamond wheel techniques, as well as sandblasting and etching.