Nadina Geary


Associate Member

blown glass in transparent and white vessels

Canberra-based artist Nadina Geary works primarily in glass. Her work often features representations of the body and explores themes of self image and identity.

Geary graduated with Honours in 2017 from the ANU School of Art Glass Workshop. She has assisted Karen Lamonte, Mike Parr and worked on the 2018 Australian of the Year Awards. Nadina received the 2016 Corning Museum of Glass Summer Studio Scholarship to learn hot sculpting with Karen Willenbrink and Jasen Johnson, and casting with Carole Milne. She currently works as a teaching artist at the Canberra Glassworks, sharing her passion for glass.       @theburningbelle

Image: "Lilies and vase", 2016, blown and sculpted glass, vase 15 x 12cm, flowers 15 x 7cm, 5 x 3cm, 20 x 3cm . Photo: Adam McGrath.
Featured image:  Nadina Geary, : "Self Objectification #5", 2017. Blown, graal engraved and coldworked glass, 22 x 11cm. Photo: Damien Geary