Carol-Anne Lunn's interest in art and art history has been with her since her school days. After travelling extensively through Greece and Europe, Carol-Anne was inspired to enrol at Curtin University in Western Australia in 1995, majoring in Sculpture at 55 years old. During her time at university she fell in love with glass and finished her BA in 1998 in Glass and Clay. She has had work appear in various exhibitions throughout Western Australia, including the Ausglass International Glass Conference, the Curtin Graduate Show and ‘Grass is Greener’ at the Moore’s Building.
Since moving back to Sydney, Carol- Anne still enjoys doing sculpture and creating glass jewellery. She uses a combination of glass techniques to create her original pieces. Using dichroic, a technique which uses the beetle-back metallic foiled glass, which is mixed with glass originally handblown then smashed, arranged and kiln fused, she creates necklaces and earrings. All her eucalypt leaf pendants are placed on a sterling silver Torc, a traditional necklace made of twisted metal. Continuing her interest in the ancient world, her Irish ancestry and her love of the Australia landscape.
Made in Australia.