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Sydney born glass artisan Liz Deluca has lived in Canberra until  moving to Brisbane, Queensland in 2003.

Liz began her creative journey into the visual arts with a Bachelor in Education with major in Ceramics and Graphic Arts and at both Kuring-gai CAE, the University of Canberra and the School of Art & Design – ANU.

As a practitioner of the creative arts and Education, she has shared knowledge, skills and expertise with students and peers and professional staff at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels working at the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra) in the areas of Education and Public Programs, as well as several short term tutoring positions at the University of Canberra (Education Faculty).  Liz continues to teach privately, and to share her processes, periodically

Now working full time from her home studio in Brisbane, Liz continues cultural ties with her Italian heritage, working almost exclusively with Murano glass.  She uses canes and specialty rods to create intricate and delicate beads as well as sheet glass to slump and fuse into the functional and art pieces.  In addition to her work with glass, Liz also works with enamels and copper forms in the flame, creating components for her signature style jewellery.

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