Lorry Wedding-Marchioro lives and works on a small property in the Adelaide Hills. She has been working as a professional artist for over 20 years, primarily as a sculptor in glass and metal. She finds the act of painting a way of testing her ideas in a free and spontaneous manner,.

Lorry is currently completing her Master's of Fine Arts at Monash University, with a research focus on how we view reality. Her areas of interest are Quantum Physics, consciousness studies, neuroscience and its resonance with the natural world.

Her work has been exhibited extensively and she has been selected several times to create Public Art commissions. Over the years her artwork has been collected both Internationally and within Australia.

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2011-16 Masters in Fine Arts, Monash University, specialisation sculpture
2011 Certificate 4 Training and Assessment, TAFE
2007-09 Masters in Visual Arts, specialisation sculpture, University of South Australia
2006 Certificate 4 in Digital Media, TAFE
1993 Associate Diploma, University of South Australia, major in glass


Exhibitions – Solo

2015 Reality is an illusion, albeit a very persistent one, Switchback Gallery, Vic.
2013 The Invisible and the Visible, Murray Bridge Regional Gallery
2012 Transitory Illusions, Brunswick Street Gallery, N.S.W.
2010 Can you see what I see? Juxtapose Studios, Adelaide
2001 Telling Stories , BMGArt, Adelaide

Selected Group exhibitions

2016 Palmer Sculpture Biennial, Palmer, South Australia
2016 Heysen Sculpture Biennial, The Cedars, Adelaide
2015 KIGA, Kirra Illuminating Glass Awards, finalist, Kirra Galleries, Victoria
2015 Illuminations, Ausglass conference, Worth Gallery, Adelaide
2014 Journeys, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide
2014 Mansfield ART GLASS Exposition – MAGE 2014, Vic.
2014 Narratives, Kirra Gallery, Melbourne, Vic.
2014 Palmer Sculpture Biennial, Adelaide
2013 Ruby Ruby, celebrating 40 years of the Jam Factory, Hahndorf Academy Gallery
2013 Ensemble, Ausglass members show, Wagga Wagga
2012 Wishlist, CraftSouth Gallery, Adelaide
2011 Bright Sparks, Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, S.A.
2011 Objectify, object-deny, Glass Artists Gallery, Glebe, Sydney
2008 Mitosis, University of South Australia
2005 Incandescence, Nexus Cabaret Space, Adelaide
2003 Flights of Fancy, Adelaide Central Gallery
2001 Glass State 2001, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design, South Australia
2000 Sand + Fire = Glass, Aptos Cruz Galleries, Adelaide
1999 RFC (Ranamok Glass Prize) Volvo Gallery Sydney NSW., touring Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and Wagga Wagga.
1999 Selected Studio Artists, Glass Artists Gallery, Glebe, Sydney
1998 Du-a-lete, Joint show Glass Artists Gallery, Glebe, Sydney
1996 Gerry King and Graduates- Contemporary Australian Studio Glass - Brisbane, Sydney,
Wagga Wagga, Hobart, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hamburg, Germany
1995 Australian Glass, Quo Quo Convention Centre, Hong Kong
1995 RFC Glass Prize, finalist, Glass Artists Gallery, Sydney
1994 Recent View of Australian Glass, Glass Artists Gallery, Sydney


Art Edit – Issue 07, p. 30 – 32
Craft Arts International – no. 94, p. 11
Craft Arts International – no. 88, p. 112
Craft Arts International – no. 48, p. 91
Craft Arts International – no. 41, p. 98
Craft Arts International – no. 37, p. 102
Thinking Wholesale – Artlink, Volume 14, no. 2


Lorry's work is influenced by the science of consciousness and the way we view the world around us. Inspiration comes from Quantum physics, neuroscience and the natural world.

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40cm (W) x 30cm (H)
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40cm (W) x 30cm (H)
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