Mel Douglas is an established glass artist and Glassworks Studio Tenant with an extensive practice across several glass workshops including cold worked, kiln formed and blown glass.

Her artistic practice explores the potential, versatility and flexibility of glass as a material for drawing. Awarded a PhD in 2020 for her practice-lead research investigating how studio glass can be understood through the aesthetics of drawing, she is a seasonal lecturer in the Glass Workshop at ANU as well as in major glass institutions in the US.

Mel’s work is held in the private collections and public institutions internationally, including the Corning Museum of Glass, New York; the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA; the Ebeltoft Museum of Glass, Denmark; and National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, ACT. Mel has received several major awards including the Tom Malone Prize 2020 and 2014 and was Canberra Glassworks 2021 Art Group Creative Fellow.

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