Erin Conron completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts, with a major in glass, at the Canberra School of Art in 2007 and her Honours year in 2008.  Since graduating, she has participated in numerous group exhibitions nationally and internationally. 


In 2008, she was a finalist in the Ranamok Glass Prize and in 2012 was awarded the McGrath Emerging Artist Award from the Capital Arts Patrons Organisation.  Most recently she was the winner of the Queanbeyan City Art Prize, and a finalist in both  the 2018 Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize and the 2017 Hindmarsh Prize. 

Erin’s work has been acquired by Australia's National Art Glass Collection as well as the European Museum of Modern Glass in Germany, and the Kaplan-Ostergaard Glass Collection at Palm Springs Art Museum.

Erin continues her practice from her studio on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, where she works as a Visual Arts teacher, and lives with her husband and two daughters.

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