His Kiln formed glass can be seen at:
Territory Colours, Darwin
The Shop at the Museum, MAGNT, Darwin
Tactile Arts Boutique, Parliament House, Darwin
Articles Fine Art, Stanwell Park NSW
The Red Hill Gallery, Brisbane
Emporium Gallery, Fortitude Valley Qld
Australis Gallery Kuranda Qld.
Finite Gallery, Caves Beach, NSW
Keith Rowe Glass Gallery, Blackheath, NSW
htJayes Gallery, Molong, NSW.
Aarwun Gallery, Canberra, ACT.
Wilson's at Robe, SA
Porter Street Wildlife Gallery Goolwa SA

Glass Plus Gallery Melbourne, Vic
Biography-Jon Firth
Born in Sydney in 1955, Jon Firth served as an electronics technician in the RAAF for 6 years. After his discharge in 1979 He worked as a manager in the licensed club industry until 1984 when he met high profile Sydney glass artist Marc Grunseit. He was trained by Marc in both stained and kiln formed glass for more than a year. Jon and his wife Sue moved to Darwin where he set up his studio Unicorn in the light industrial area of Coconut Grove. Over the ensuing years his passion for glass has never waned. He has undergone extensive further training, perfecting his skills and expanding his knowledge. In 1996 he toured France and the UK researching glass, both ancient and modern. He is currently the Ausglass (Association of Australian Glass Artists) representative for the NT, and is involved as a tutor with the local visual art, craft and design body Tactile Arts. Jon's kiln formed glass has been acquired by collectors from all over the world. It has also been presented to a number of world leaders by the NT Government. His stained glass adorns churches in and around Darwin as well as many private homes.
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A piece from the Blue Vista series