Vicky Small

Vicky Small has lived in the south west of Western Australia for 10 years and works from a purpose-built studio in her home, studio14. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art and Visual Culture) from Curtin University and primarily works in warm glass.

She is particularly drawn to the Pate-de-Verre process working with glass powder and fritt and a new process she has recently learnt, Fritt-de-Verre.

Her works focusses on the environment and her sculptural and functional works reflect her passion for the light, colours, patterns and shapes of the landscape.

Vicky is interested in climate change and the impacts it creates both on a macro and micro scale.

Her paintings capture shapes of the landscape and aerial images of patterns carved into the ground.

14 Pimelea Parade, Quindalup

Directions: From Geographe Bay Rve Street, turn left into Peppermint Drive and right into Pimelea Parade.


T: 0408 976 911


Please note that many of the studios are private venues and not open to the public outside of the Open Studio's event dates. If you wish to visit a studio at an alternative time please contact the artist directly.