Roisin Smith

My current work is looking at aspects of marine life and sea forms, particularly the shapes and patterns of jellyfish. I distinguish between the characteristics of each jellyfish and integrate them into my blown forms using colour and texture. The relationship and qualities that are linked between glass and organic forms illustrate delicacy, movement and fluidity. The properties of nature that inspire me the most are the colour, stability, its evolution and harmony in nature.

Teaching Placements and Community Partners

Central Remedial Clinic School, Clontarf, Dublin 3.
De La Salle Secondary School, Raheny, Dublin 5. Maryfield Secondary School, Drumcondra, Dublin 9.

Joint Hons BA Education & Fine Art (Material Cultures)

Studio: BA (Hons) Fine Art (Material Cultures)

Atolla- photographed by Philip Lauterbach
Phyllorhiza- photographed by Philip Lauterbach
Rhopilema-photographed by Philip Lauterbach
Aequorea-photographed by Philip Lauterbach
Aequorea Forskalea- photographed by Philip Lauterbach