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An Exhibition of

Paintings and Glass by

Jennie Williams Culic

14 April to 14May

“Meet the Artists” Saturday 22nd April 3-5pm

Over recent years I have developed a love of pottering in the garden. Although not a spectacular green thumb the garden continuously evolves and includes a variety of small statues, sculptures by other artisans and a couple of old sculptures I created in years gone by. It has become a sanctuary – a place where I lose myself in the moment – clear my head.

This exhibition is a collection of paintings and glassworks inspired by the garden as it is evolves; from a mundane suburban backyard to a little patch of paradise, bringing birds, bees, butterflies…



Jennie Williams Culic

An artist for 30 years my art is whimsical, colourful and spontaneous. I enjoy combining my first love – painting… with the tactile qualities of (kiln-formed) glass. My art reflects my personality and I take inspiration from a number of sources- nature, hope, mythology, fantasy fiction, poetry, my past and my present. I am intricately connected to every piece. I work from my home studio in Thomastown.



Graduated – Bachelors Degree in Fine Art in 1986 with a major in painting



Exhibitions include:

  • 2014 – From Girl to Goddess – collaborative exhibition with poet Heather Ruth Laurie, Joel Gallery – Altona,
  • 1997 – Flowers, Fairies and Figments – (Solo) Paintings, – Eckersley’s Open Space Gallery, Melbourne


  • Group shows with GASP – (“Glass Adddicts Support Program” – social art group that uses exhibitions to raise funds for various charities )

2016/2017 – “Urban Tract”- Red Rock Regional Theatre and gallery, Cororooke

2015 –  Group show – Gellibrand Gallery, Gellibrand

2015 –  “Midwinter gasp” – Incinerator Gallery – Moonee Ponds

2014 –  Bright Art Gallery- Bright

2014 –  “Glass with Conscience”- Bundoora House Access Gallery – Bundoora

2013 –   “GASP by the Bay”- Altona






Bolin Bolin Gallery acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as traditional custodians of the land now known as Manningham. We pay our respects to Wurundjeri Elders past, present and emerging, and value their ongoing contribution to the cultural heritage of the area.