Jacqueline Knight


Accredited Professional Member

Jacqueline was awarded a BFA (Glass) at ANU in 2002 with an exchange at Toyama Institute of Glass Art, Japan. This was followed by a 2yr Design Associateship at JamFactory in Adelaide. In 2008 Jacqueline completed her MFA at Alfred University, USA. Significant awards were from the Ian Potter Cultural Trust and Australia Council.

Jacqueline spent 10yrs in the US, teaching at MassArt, Salem State University and Pittsburgh Glass whilst running a production glassblowing business in Providence, Rhode Island.

Now residing in the Canberra region, Jacqueline manages glass production and commissions as the Production Supervisor at the Canberra Glassworks.

Above images: Cutting Machine, Hot-sculpted Glass, Constructed. 35cm Long x 20cm Wide x 20cm Deep. 2007. Photographer: Jacqueline Knight. 

Pearl Necklace & String-Tie Envelope” Mirrorized Blown Glass, Cast Bronze, Steel Cable. Necklace 20m Long, Envelope 2m High x 2.8m Long. 2008. Photographer: Brian Olglesbee
Cover image: Birdcages, Hand-bent Glass Tubing and bombarded Neon, Argon and Kypton. Transformers, Found Objects. 1.6m High x 1.2m Wide x 1.2m Wide. 2017. Photographer: Darrel Kolsky