Joanne Bone is one of Queensland’s foremost glass artists. Joanne studied glass design at Wolverhampton University (Midlands, UK) and has a Masters Degree from the Royal College of Art (London, UK). Moving to Australia in 2002, Joanna found herself living alongside Queensland’s marine environment. The colours, textures and forms found in this new environment invigorated her interests in pattern, regularity and repetition. Her work is internationally recognised and is held in prominent private and public collections across the world including The National Gallery of Australia (Canberra), The Australian National Glass Collection (Wagga Wagga), and the Film Museum of Tehran. Joanna is the only Queensland-based artist to have won the prestigious Ranamok Glass Prize for Australian and New Zealand artists and the respected Stanthorpe Art prize for 3D.