Mel Douglas

Mel Douglas has worked as a studio artist since 2000 and completed her PhD at the Australian National University with practice-led research investigating how studio glass can be understood through the aesthetics of drawing. She has gone on to win several national and international awards and her work has been shown in Australia, Denmark, Italy, and the United States.

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Deviation
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Tonal Value
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Lucency
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Volume and Capacity
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Inclination
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Fold
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Lattitude
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Interstices II
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Limit II
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Infinite Space
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Diagonal Division
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Offset I II III
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Overlay
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Disruption
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Field Lines Triptych I
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Field Lines Triptych II
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Field Lines Triptych III
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Limit III
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Pale Yellow and White Forms
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Yellow and White Forms
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Bracelet with Fire Car, Circa.?
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Yellow Oval Sieve, Black Lidded Form
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Light mass
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Black Triangulated Form and Black Stemmed Bowl
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Receptor of Light XII
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Receptor of Light XV
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