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Lived/Active: Australia      Known for: glass sculpture

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One of Australia's most renowned glass blower designers, Nick Mount was born in Adelaide in 1952 and studied at the South Australian School of Art during 1970 to 1971.  He undertook a non Diploma Course in Visual Arts at the Gippsland Institute of Advanced Education during 1972 to 1974.  In 1976 Mount was appointed Tutor in the Ceramics Department at the Caulfeild Institute of Technology and in the same year had established the 'Hot Glass Studio'. During 1985 to 1987, Mount worked as a teaching assistant at the Pilchuck School in Washington State, USA.  In 1991 Mount established a new glass art studio in Norwood, South Australia and has been working there, producing glass work ever since.

Nick Mount has held numerous one person exhibitions throughout his career and has also participated in many group exhibitions around Australia.  His work is represented in many private and corporate collections including the National Gallery in Canberra, the National Gallery of Victoria, LaTrobe Valley Arts Centre and various private collections in America and Europe.

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