Rose-Mary Faulkner graduated from the Australian National University School of Art with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Glass) with honours in 2016. Her current work is an investigation into methods of mapping and recording the female figure. By layering abstracted photographic imagery and employing the unique material qualities of glass, Rose-Mary explores and analyses the form and surface of the body. Her honours work presented a study of her body from her own viewpoint, providing a unique and subjective line of sight. Through this work she also considers the role of the female perspective on the female figure.

Rose-Mary was a finalist in the 2016 Wagga Wagga National Emerging Glass Art Prize and exhibited her work in Fresh Glass at Canberra Glassworks. Rose-Mary’s undergraduate work received honourable mention in the Glass Arts Society International Student Online Catalogue in 2016. As part of the School of Art Emerging Artist Support Scheme she received residencies at Canberra Glassworks and Megalo Print Studio and Gallery for 2017.