Gazzard had a significant exhibiting career, with some notable highlights. In 1973, Gazzard was invited to exhibit at the National Gallery of Victoria in the landmark exhibition 'Clay and Fibre' with Mona Hessing. In 1994, a survey of Gazzard's work was staged at the S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, accompanied by the launch of a monograph by Christine France.
Major public commissions include 'Mingarri: The Little Olgas", which was installed in the Executive Court of Parliament House, Canberra in 1988.In addition, 'Bindu' (2004) was commissioned by the Athens Olympic Art Program for the Olympic Games in Greece.
Gazzard's work features in several museum collections, including the National Gallery of Victoria,National Gallery of Australia,Newcastle Art Gallery Her portrait by Judy Cassab is in the National Portrait Gallery, Australia.
In addition to her career as an artist, Gazzard was pivotal in the international Arts and Crafts movement, and, amongst other public positions, in 1980 she became the first elected president of the World Crafts Council.Wiokipedia