"Through focusing on surface texture and glaze combinations, I aim to allude to the whim of the weather and the ever-changing vanishing point where water or land seems to converge and the sky begins."

Zara Collins has participated in over 200 exhibitions. A finalist in prestigious awards including Talente 2004 - Germany, Young Glass 2007 – Denmark and Contemporary Wearables 2001, 2015 & 2017. Zara won First Prize at the GAS International Student Award in 2000 in New York & was a joint winner of the Erotica Art Prize in 2010. Her artworks are held in the Alex McKay Collection and the Manning Regional Gallery Collection. Zara has participated in numerous artist residencies including the Jamfactory Metal Studio in 2003, Australia-China Council residency in 2004 Beijing and Dorothy Dwyer Studio at Bundanon Trust in 2019.

Where the mountains meet the sea, 2020
Porcelain, glaze, copper, powder coated, stainless steel
$425 each

Image top: Zara Collins, Where the mountains meet the sea, 2020 Photo: Andrew Frolows