The work is an abstraction of the environments that it is inspired by – informed and influenced by colour, line and pattern, and the rhythm and fluidity of water. The sculptural forms are made up of fluid layers, with colour flowing through different levels and a sense of fold, slide, and slip, echoing the changes and transitions in our moods and thoughts.
Debra Jurss first worked with glass in a Canberra Glassworks course in 2007. She then studied glass in the ANU School of Art Glass Workshop, graduating in 2013. She was a Thomas Foundation Artist in Residence at the CGW in March 2014, completed a GLINT residency at Canberra Glassworks and Megalo in 2015 and currently rents a studio space at the Glassworks.
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