Renowned Adelaide-based cosmic artist Gail Glasper [B.A., B.ED], is a practicing artist and has had her works exhibited throughout Australia. Her exhibitions locally have included the Adelaide Festival Fringe, Arts End Gallery, Middleback Theatre, Red House Gallery and at the 2010 Lake Tyrrell Star Party, in Sea Lake, Victoria. Gail graduated from the University of South Australia with a degree in visual arts in 1993. As an artist, she is interested in the colours and patterns found in the natural world. Her artworks have been sold throughout Australia and the United States. In addition to her art expertise, she has a keen interest in astronomy. She has studied astronomy at the Adelaide Planetarium, University of South Australia and is a member of the Astronomical Society of South Australia and the Field Geology Club of South Australia.
In September of 2009 - a highly successful exhibition of her work was held at the Adelaide Planetarium and was titled Cosmic Visions. Due to the popularity of this first event - Gail was approached by the planetarium and asked if she would once again display some of her artwork. Consequently in October of 2011, Gail Glasper exhibited some of her latest artworks to the public for a second time at the Adelaide Planetarium with the exhibition Cosmic Visions 2. This one evening event was attended by around 80-people and Associate Professor Victor Gostin of the University of Adelaide gave the opening speech. The exhibition was attended by astronomers, members of the general public and some of her fellow artists. Gail continues to offer a unique insight to the cosmos through her creations and is fast becoming known as one of Australia's leading artists.
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Last updated 20th October 2011