Llewelyn Ash

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Sunset/Sunrise Vase #1
Glass
55 x 19 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Fish and Bubbles Vase
Glass
44 x 30 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Green Urchin
Glass
22.5 x 29.5 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Last Light Table Lamp
Glass
55 x 46 x 20 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Ocean Pebbles Set
Glass
50 x 35 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Pink Urchin
Glass
22.5 x 29.5 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Sandbar Vase #1
Glass
55 x 19 cm
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Beach Bowl (green)
Glass
green
30 x 30 x 17 cm
SOLD
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Sandbar Vase #2
Glass
55 x 19 cm
SOLD
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Sunset/Sunrise Vase #2
Glass
55 x 19 cm
SOLD
Llewelyn  Ash Wave Platter
Wave Platter
Glass
10 x 35 cm
SOLD
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Wave Platter Deep Blue
Glass
10 x 35 cm
SOLD
Llewelyn  Ash Llewellyn Ash artist
Wave Platter Light Blue 2
Glass
10 x 35 cm
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Llewelyn  Ash

Llewelyn Ash

Llewelyn Ash Biography

Llewelyn has always been connected with his surroundings. Growing up in the Adelaide hills enriched his experience of natural flora and fauna. Art began in the home for him with both parents being artists, Glen Ash, well-known for his oil painting and Janet Ayliffe a celebrated water colour painter and print maker. From a young age Llewelyn started drawing the animals he was surrounded by chooks, ducks, dogs, and donkeys. Surfing then became a major part of Llewelyn’s journey, moving down the South Australian coastline along every peninsula.  It was only fitting to fill his drawing books with images of the ocean, with its sea life, and the natural beach landscapes

Llewelyn primarily worked in watercolors, photo polymer etchings and oil paints in his earlier works. Studying at the University of South Australia posed new techniques and challenges.  Ultimately this is where he was introduced to his passion and love, glass. Being guided and mentored by Gabrielle Bisetto and tutored by Tim Shaw, Llewelyn, created his own unique and distinctive style

Llewelyn’s glass is now being exhibited in art galleries Australia wide.  With exhibitions held in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney in the last two years, including the Design Institute of Australia award, finalist in the Australian National Glass Museum Student Award, Selected as a Jam Factory Associate,  the Jam Factory Pilchuck Scholarship in Seattle and won the  Waterhouse Youth Art Prize. 

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