Lisa Cahill is a glass artist working across a variety of scale and technique. Developing a distinctive style since completing a BA/Ceramic Design at Monash University in 2000, Lisa’s work ranges from kiln-formed and wheel-carved wall panels and sculptures, large scale public artworks, to her series of jewellery and plates. Lisa has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally and has been awarded numerous grants and prizes including several Australia Council for the Arts New Work Grants and the Bullseye By Design Award in 2001.
Lisa established studios in Sydney and Melbourne before relocating to Canberra in 2011 from where she now practices full-time from her studio in Pialligo. Represented by Sabbia Gallery in Sydney, Kirra Galleries in Melbourne and several Galleries in the USA, Lisa’s work can be found in The National Art Glass Collection, Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery, NSW, Palm Springs Art Museum, California, USA and The Ebeltoft Glass Museum, Denmark.