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Artists Behind the Public Artworks

Public art is the approach towards art making that is defined and shaped by artists, working with and within the public domain. It is a place of enquiry and experimentation, where artists can respond to specific public spaces and engage the community in novel and interesting ways.

Learn more about the artists behind these impressive artworks.


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Jane Cowie has been working with glass for over 25 years.  After gaining a Degree in Visual Arts from Sydney College of the Arts, she worked with numerous glass making studios and factories in Australia, England, Europe, USA, Japan, Singapore, India and China to develop her skills and gain an intimate understanding of glassmaking techniques and applications. In 2003, she moved to Singapore to take up a position as glass lecturer at the Lasalle College of the Arts. She then took up the position as Glass Artist within a Singaporean architectural glass and design company where she gained interest in large scale architectural art glass installations.  Cowie has continued to exhibit widely in private and public galleries since the 1980’s in Australia, Europe, USA, Japan, Taiwan and Singapore and is included in many public and private collections in Australia and Europe.
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