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A chat with Rebecca Hartman Kearns; Glass/Mixed Media Artist, PLUS a whole lot more!

November 25, 2021 Rebecca Hartman Kearns; Glass/Mixed Media Artist Season 3 Episode 55
A chat with Rebecca Hartman Kearns; Glass/Mixed Media Artist, PLUS a whole lot more!
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TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist
A chat with Rebecca Hartman Kearns; Glass/Mixed Media Artist, PLUS a whole lot more!
Nov 25, 2021 Season 3 Episode 55
Rebecca Hartman Kearns; Glass/Mixed Media Artist


"Rebecca Hartman-Kearns a graduate of the South Australian School of Art is an exciting artist working in the field of glass.

Rebecca has exhibited in a variety of national galleries such as Adelaide Festival Centre, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design Centre and the SA Museum's "Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize", Apotz Cruz, Hahndorf Academy and Amy Worth Gallery. Rebecca also had a solo show during the "Art in the East End, Come Out Festival" where she was awarded the "Mancorps Critics Choice Award".

In 2005 the International Glass Art Society Conference was hosted in Adelaide where Rebecca was awarded third prize in the International Student Exhibition. This international recognition of her unique and original work resulted in an invitation to exhibit in a two-person show "Aurora Australis" at the "Luniverre Gallery", Paris. In 2009 Rebecca was one of 3 Australian Glass artists to be invited to exhibit in "Glashart 2009" held in the Netherlands which resulted in her work being collected to appear in the prestigious "Bragotti Gallery", Amsterdam.

Rebecca's work has appeared in Publications such as Craft Arts International as well as the prestigious New Glass Review 26 and again in edition 28, where 895 artists from 40 countries submitted work to be chosen and her work was one of only 100 to be published.

Her passion for exploring new ideas and creative ways of pushing past boundaries in her making process, concept development and presentation, has resulted in Rebecca establishing a significant profile as a South Australian artist."

https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/artworx-artists/rebecca-hartman-kearns

Artworx Online Gallery
https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/online-gallery

"Artworx Gallery & Gifts opened in October 2005 in the historic river port of Goolwa, 80 kilometres south of South Australia's capital city of Adelaide. Within months of opening, it had established itself as a must-see venue and within a year was being hailed as the finest contemporary gallery on the Fleurieu.

Its success has been confirmed by the SA Great organisation and the Southern Alexandrina Business Association, who have both made special Awards to Artworx in recognition of the gallery's contribution to the local arts scene and local artists.

Displaying original art, jewellery, sculptures and gifts, Artworx Gallery and Gifts is located in the centre of Goolwa's heritage precinct, in an 1850s stone cottage and warehouse near the town's restaurants, hotels and historic wharf and railway station, where paddle steamers and steam trains rule........

https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/

Artworx Location in South Australia
https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/location

"I think Rebecca and I could have talked for hours which would have been a very long podcast!  I love Rebecca's energy, passion for social issues and her amazing artistic talent to produce beautiful and thought provoking art. Rebecca to me is a great example of an Entrepreneurial Artist, taking risks, pushing herself artistically while keeping a good balance between business and art.  It was such a pleasure to meet Rebecca and I suspect that we will keep in touch with many more chats to come!"
Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast


I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune
"One Thing Led to Another"  by  David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artist

https://www.innocente.com.au/


Show Notes


"Rebecca Hartman-Kearns a graduate of the South Australian School of Art is an exciting artist working in the field of glass.

Rebecca has exhibited in a variety of national galleries such as Adelaide Festival Centre, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design Centre and the SA Museum's "Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize", Apotz Cruz, Hahndorf Academy and Amy Worth Gallery. Rebecca also had a solo show during the "Art in the East End, Come Out Festival" where she was awarded the "Mancorps Critics Choice Award".

In 2005 the International Glass Art Society Conference was hosted in Adelaide where Rebecca was awarded third prize in the International Student Exhibition. This international recognition of her unique and original work resulted in an invitation to exhibit in a two-person show "Aurora Australis" at the "Luniverre Gallery", Paris. In 2009 Rebecca was one of 3 Australian Glass artists to be invited to exhibit in "Glashart 2009" held in the Netherlands which resulted in her work being collected to appear in the prestigious "Bragotti Gallery", Amsterdam.

Rebecca's work has appeared in Publications such as Craft Arts International as well as the prestigious New Glass Review 26 and again in edition 28, where 895 artists from 40 countries submitted work to be chosen and her work was one of only 100 to be published.

Her passion for exploring new ideas and creative ways of pushing past boundaries in her making process, concept development and presentation, has resulted in Rebecca establishing a significant profile as a South Australian artist."

https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/artworx-artists/rebecca-hartman-kearns

Artworx Online Gallery
https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/online-gallery

"Artworx Gallery & Gifts opened in October 2005 in the historic river port of Goolwa, 80 kilometres south of South Australia's capital city of Adelaide. Within months of opening, it had established itself as a must-see venue and within a year was being hailed as the finest contemporary gallery on the Fleurieu.

Its success has been confirmed by the SA Great organisation and the Southern Alexandrina Business Association, who have both made special Awards to Artworx in recognition of the gallery's contribution to the local arts scene and local artists.

Displaying original art, jewellery, sculptures and gifts, Artworx Gallery and Gifts is located in the centre of Goolwa's heritage precinct, in an 1850s stone cottage and warehouse near the town's restaurants, hotels and historic wharf and railway station, where paddle steamers and steam trains rule........

https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/

Artworx Location in South Australia
https://www.artworxgallery.com.au/location

"I think Rebecca and I could have talked for hours which would have been a very long podcast!  I love Rebecca's energy, passion for social issues and her amazing artistic talent to produce beautiful and thought provoking art. Rebecca to me is a great example of an Entrepreneurial Artist, taking risks, pushing herself artistically while keeping a good balance between business and art.  It was such a pleasure to meet Rebecca and I suspect that we will keep in touch with many more chats to come!"
Tania Ingerson Podcaster/Founder TEA The Entrepreneurial Artist Podcast


I would like to acknowledge that music played on my Podcast is an original tune
"One Thing Led to Another"  by  David Innocente, Jazz Musician/Artist

https://www.innocente.com.au/