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Studio 11

Eva Glac - Sculptor

Eva Glac is a Polish born, Australian sculptor with a background in industrial design. Her work focuses on Australian flora and the magnification of plant parts. The large-scale works, created using a blend of materials, highlights anatomical beauty that is often overlooked. A four-meter public artwork, which embodies this exploration, can be seen cascading from the ceiling at the Emerald Hub.

Situated near the hills residence of Tom Roberts, Eva’s studio occupies a beautiful natural setting; nestled among towering mountain ash Eucalypts and century-old European deciduous trees. The studio itself will exhibit a variety of finished pieces: drawings, sculpture, jewellery and homewares. It will also provide insights into Eva’s artistic process; spotlighting the raw materials, casting methods, and her experimental work.

Parking Instructions: Enter via 2 Clarkson road and park to the immediate left or right. Extra parking at the bottom of the driveway near the bottom shed. You can also access via Grantulla Court.

Melways reference: 124 A4

Individual Artist

2 Clarkson Rd, Kallista

0405 459 106


From the Artist

As a migrant I found it hard initially to see the beauty in Australian flora. My work attempts to draw parallels between the immigrant experience, and that which is underplayed and undervalued in nature. I want to change the narrative, to draw attention to the inherent charm and utility of things that remain ignored and may even still be regarded as parasitic.