Wildlight

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Tracy A. Brown

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Tracy A. Brown

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About Wildlight

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Lampworker, Teacher & Facilitator at Wildlight Studios

I took a Lampworking course back in 2004 and after that I just wanted to melt glass....I didn't want to do anything else. I bought my first torch kit a "Hothead" and the passion grew. I sold at local markets in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast which both fueled my passion for making the beads and also the jewelry from the beads.

A couple of years after starting, I was talked into teaching and had several venues that I taught at. I wanted a more permanent venue so I decided to rent a premises and Wildlight Studios had a home. I have been in the same location since 2007.

I have traveled all over Queensland teaching in rural & remote areas for Flying Arts and continue to offer classes through them. I also host Australian and International Guest artists at my Studio including : Bernie Stonor of Kangaroo Island, Anastasia, Loren Stump & Leah Fairbanks.

The Studio continues to evolve and we will be putting in a Gallery area where we can run events to promote our work and lampworking in general.

The Studio space is at:
30 Badminton Street
Mount Gravatt East, Brisbane, Australia 4122
Contact: 0414-874-382

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  • Tracy A. Brown

    Owner

    I have been lampworking since 2004....I love all things glass and everything about it. I have a Teaching Studio in Brisbane, Australia and also host International Artists from time to time. Glass is an amazing medium to work in....forever magic!!!

Shop policies

Last updated on January 23, 2023
Wildlight Studios aims to create unique and beautiful art works for personal adornment. I do work on a series or style of beads from time to time, and due to the nature of working with Glass the beadmaking process is ever evolving which makes for a dynamic and ever changing body of work....I hope you enjoy sharing my creations as much as I have enjoyed making them.

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