Katie-Ann Houghton — Handblown 'Halo' Glass Decanter and Stopper
The Halo decanter is a centrepiece for contemporary living area. Designed to be enjoyed with the 'Halo' drinking glass.
It’s wide and round form gives ample surface area for a rich red wine to open up. The wooden marble stopper prevents the decanter from filling with dust when not in use.
Katie-Ann Houghton completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts at Sydney College of the Arts in 2011, and after graduating became a full-time assistant for Sydney based glass artist Ben Edols. While at college and working with Edols, Katie- Ann exhibited her work in several galleries around Sydney and NSW. Also selected to be a part of the National Student Glass Art prize, where her work was acquired into the gallery’s collection. After her time teaching at SCA, Houghton applied and was accepted into the competitive Associate Training Program at Jam Factory in Adelaide. During the two-year program in the Glass Studio at Jam Factory, Katie-Ann focused on developing distinct design elements and refined her craftsmanship. Her hand blown work engages with contemporary Australian design aesthetics, incorporating minimalism, subtle forms and colour.
Material: Hand Blown Australian Glassware
Dimensions: Carafe, 25 cm height x 9.5cm diameter, Stirrer 31cm height x 1cm diameter