b.1975 melbourne


1997      Bachelor of Arts (visual) Hons Major Glass, Canberra School of Art, Institute of the Arts, Australian National University, A.C.T. Australia


2007     First Prize Tom Malone Art Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia

2004     First PrizeTom Malone Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia

2001     Urban Glass award 'Outstanding New Artist in Glass' NewYork USA

1997     First Prize, RFC Award, (currently Ranamok prize) Resource Finance Corporation, Australia


National Gallery of Australia,

Queensland Art Gallery

Glass Museum, Marina Grande, Portugal

Resource Finance Corporation, Syd Australia

National Glass Collection, Wagga Wagga, Australia

Corning Museum of Glass NY USA

Mobile Museum of Art AL, USA

Art Gallery of Western Australia

Victorian and Albert Museum, London UK

Glasmuseum, Ebeltoft, Denmark

Hamilton Regional Art Gallery, Vic Australia

Mu.dac (Musée de Design et d'Arts Appliqués Contemporains), Lausanne, Switzerland

New Mexico museum of Art, NM, USA



2013     Landscape; Masters of Glass 2013, Sabbia Gallery Sydney Australia

            LINKS, Museum of Glass, Tacoma,          WA, USA

            Chroma Culture: White, Bullseye Gallery, OR USA

2012     Asaka Corr Douglas Loughlin: Concept Mastery Originality Technique, Lesley Kehoe Galleries, Melbourne Australia

            Tom Malone Art Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australia

            Import, Bullseye gallery, TSA gallery, OH,USA

            blue pony, Jam Factory Contemporary Craft and Design, SA Australia

2011     eyre, (solo) Sabbia Gallery, Sydney, Australia

            Art Santa Fe, NM, USA

            Art MRKT, CA USA

2010     Art on the Edge, New Mexico Museum of Art, NM U.S.A.

Art Miami 2010, FL U.S.A.

            Art Santa Fe, NM, U.S.A.

Abstract Nature, Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, S.A. Australia

Collectors, Khai Liew Design, SA, Australia, Design Museum, London, UK

Mind and Matter, meditations on immateriality, Jam Factory, Centre for Contemporary Craft and Design, SA, Australia

10 contemporary Australian Artists: a glass act, Australian Galleries, Vic, Australia

2009     ‘Expanse’ (solo) Bullseye Connections Gallery, OR, USA

‘Collect’ Bullseye Connections Gallery, London, UK

SOFAWEST, Bullseye Connections Gallery, NM USA

Evaporations, (solo) Beaver Galleries, ACT, Australia.

Art Miami 2009, FL USA.

2008     Flux, reflections of contemporary glass, New Mexico Museum of Art, USA

Visionaries : Masters 2008, Sabbia Gallery, NSW,  Australia.

            Wonderlust, Art Gallery of Western Australia, WA, Australia.

            Waterhouse Prize, Museum of South Australia, S.A. Australia

Succession, Bullseye Connection Gallery,OR USA.

2007        Tom Malone Art Prize, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Australia

Hobart City Art Prize, Hobart City Gallery, TAS, Australia

Brought to Light II , australian contemporary art 1966 – 2006, Queensland Art Gallery, QLD Australia

Habatat invitational,  Detroit, USA

2006     Jessica Loughlin,(solo)  Heller Gallery, NYC, NY, USA

Reductive sublime, Object gallery Sydney, Australia

            Glass: Material Matters, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, USA

2005     Meister der Moderne, Munich, Germany,

Shifting Views, (solo) Bullseye Connection Gallery,OR USA

SIX, BMG galleries, S.A., Australia

2004     Interiors, maps, marks and memories, Jam Factory, SA. Australia

            Jessica Loughlin,(solo) Sanske Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

            International Glass Exhibitiojn,Palazzo Franchetti. Venice, Italy

2003     Glass Vessel: An International Invitational, KACF, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Jessica Loughlin,(solo)  Heller Gallery, NYC, NY, USA

Bullseye Connections Gallery, Glass Weekend, Sofa Chicargo, USA

The Glass Vessel: An International Invitational, KACF, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

2002Material culture, National Gallery of Australia, ACT, Australia,

Landscape: Mindspace, (Solo) Bullseye Connection Gallery,USA.

Less is More / Less is a Bore, Brisbane City Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

2001     Cutting Edge Axia Modern art, Melbourne, Australia

Transparent Things, Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, NSW, Australia, then touring nationally.

2000     Jessica Loughlin,(solo) Bullseye Connections Gallery, SOFA, International Art Expo, NYC, NY, USA

Vessels, International Exhibition of Glass, Koganezaki Glass Museum, Shizuoka Japan.

28th International Glass Invitational, Habatat Galleries,Pontiac, MI, USA.

On the Edge, Brisbane City Art Gallery, QLD Australia, Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany.

1999     Australian Studio Glass, Galeria Nova Imagem, Lisbon; Glass Museum, Marina Grande, Portugal.

Jessica Loughlin and Giles Bettison, Bullseye Gallery, Portland, OR,USA..




2013     Teacher, “mastering simplicity’ Pilchuck Glass School, WA, USD

            Residency, Tacoma Museum of Glass, WA, USA

2008     Teacher, Master Class, translation, Glass Art Society Conference, OR USA

            Teacher, Master Class , translation, Glassworks, ACT USA.

2006     Founder of GATE 8 studio, Adelaide, Australia.

Lecturer, University of South Australia., Adeliade Australia

2003     Teacher, ‘mater class’, North Lands Creative Glass Center, Scotland.

2002     Residency, Bullseye Glass, Portland, OR, USA,

2001     Curator, Between 2 spaces, New curators Project Jam Factory Adelaide Australia

2000     Residency Urban Glass, NY, USA

Teacher, ‘Kiln forming with Jessica Loughlin’, GAS conference workshop, Urban Glass, New York.

1997        Residency, IYAG, Bullseye Glass Company Residency, OR, USA.



2007     Brought to Light II , australian contemporary art 1966 – 2006 Editors: Lynne Seear and Julie Ewington, pub.Queensland Art Gallery.

2006     Glass, Material matters, Howard fox and Sarah Nichols pub. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, USA

2005     Australian Glass Today, Margot Osborne, pub.Wakefeid Press, Australia

2003Jessica Loughlin,  American Craft, april/may 2003,  USA

            Yelle, Richard Wilfred. International glass art, Atglen, PA : Schiffer Pub

2002     Jessica Loughlin at Bullseye Glass, pub. Bullseye Glass, OR, USA.

Material Culture, Aspects of Australian craft and design, Robert Bell, pub. National Gallery of Australia.