Congratulations to the winners of our raffle of superb JamFactory glass and ceramics that was drawn on 9th October! Thank you everyone for your support.

Marie Sexton
North Adelaide
Ticket Number: #592

Mt Barker
Ticket Number: #662

North Adelaide
Ticket Number: #350

Francene Connor
Ticket Number: #28

Leonie Wanklyn
Port Lincoln
Ticket Number: #71

Marie Sexton
North Adelaide
Ticket Number: #574


Prize LevelDescriptionValue
1st PrizeSelinda Davidson  Tali Tjuta Painted and blown glass vessel 33cm height Selinda Davidson is known for her muted palette and beautiful linear patterns created by scraping back glass enamel paint. She translates her paintings onto glass vessels. This piece comes from collaboration between JamFactory and Ninuku Arts. Pitjantjatjara and Ngaanyatjarra artists working at Ninuku Studio have exhibited paintings across the world.  $2,220.00
2nd PrizeAlex Linden Hand decorated platter (with hand etched illustration of octopus) 33cm diameter 5cm height Alex Linden has her studio close to McLaren Vale and produces hand-built and wheel thrown objects based on the natural world.$850.00
3rd PrizeLlewelyn Ash Sandbar Vase- glass. 44cm height- this is a tall piece Llewelyn Ash completed a two year intensive glass blowing training program in 2013 at the JamFactory in Adelaide, South Australia . His work has been exhibited in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney in the last two years with many national awards including the Design Institute of Australia award and the JamFactory Pilchuck Scholarship in Seattle.$590.00
4th PrizeBrenden Scott French Meridian Bowl- glass 32cm diameter 16cm height  Brenden is based at the Jam Factory’s Seppeltsfield studios. He has trained extensively in glass practice, with a Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Sydney College of the Arts and a Bachelor of Art with Honours at the Canberra School of Art in 2003.  Brenden has undertaken residencies at the Canberra Glassworks, University of South Australia and the Northlands Creative Glass Centre in Scotland.  He has received numerous awards including the Lino Tagliapietra International Scholarship to study at the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle.  His work is in several collections including the National Glass Collection in Australia and the Tacoma Museum of Glass and Boston Museum of Fine Arts in the USA.$460.00
5th PrizeAlex Linden Blue Stroke Bowl 35cm diameter 7.5cm height Information above.$440.00
6th PrizeBrenden Scott French Meridian Vase- glass 29cm height 16.5cm wide at base Information above.$420.00