Lisa Cahill glass artist

I was lucky enough to be Lisa's guest at the grand opening of the Tiffany & Co. store in Sydney in April, and got to see her beautiful work "Flow" gracing the wall of the store. It perfectly compliments the design of the new flagship for Tiffany & Co., and it is great to see a big international brand such as this supporting local Australian artists.

Lisa is one of my creative heroes and an absolute inspiration to me. Her full time practice has spanned 19 years, and and she is is not only a brilliant artist, but she is also a risk taker who works incredibly hard. 

Read more about Lisa and see her work at

Lisa Cahill Flow

Kiln formed glass, Aluminium, stainless steel
1588mm high x 4867mm wide x 100mm deep
Installed at Tiffany & Co, 175 Pitt St, Sydney

Lisa Cahill Undercurrents
2018, kiln formed glass with stainless steel backing board - set of 200 wall panels, H 159 x W 226 x D 10cm image Greg Piper

Lisa Cahill Beneath the Escarpment
Beneath the Escarpment
2018, kiln formed & enamelled glass - set of 16 wall panels, HG 110 x W 130 x D 1cm image Greg Piper

Lisa Cahill The Rising Sun
The Rising sun. Installed at the Sir John Monash Centre, Australian National Memorial, Villers Bretonneux, France. The glass artwork sits on a bronze coated bar in 4 meter high Bronze totem. Glass artwork is 90cm high x 180cm wide x 10cm deep

The Oceanic series of pendants, rings and cufflinks is for those of us who treasure their connection to the ocean. $5 from the sale of each piece will be donated to the Australian Marine Conservation Society  in support of their Ocean Plastic Pollution campaign.