Jessamy Kelly has put this power point together to help when approaching galleries
We hope that you will find this section full of useful information, contacts and things that are going on, whether you are an artist, collector, gallery, magazine editor, a student or simply just love glass and are interested in learning more about what is available.
Updating your profile on our website www.cgs.org.uk
It is important as a member of CGS that your profile on our website is kept up to date, do log in using your username and your password, which can be reset if you have forgotten it, and check that everything is correct.
Use the ‘Edit my profile’ link at the very top of the page and click through the tabs, saving any changes before you move onto the next tab. It is really important that you have a short written profile. The last tab is Permissions, you can say here what details you want shown or not shown on the website, we do recommend that you either have your email or website, so that people can contact you if they wish to do so. All changes now go live immediately, no more waiting for approval. So if you find you haven’t got it quite right, go back and make changes.
You can up load up to 10 images and to ensure you are making best use of the site, it is very important that you have at least one image.
The first image will randomly appear on the home page so it should be your best image and its size should be; 575 wide x 462 high pixels at 72dpi. All images should be around this size, but the website will resize them automatically as long as they are not too large files over 8mb. You can also move the images around using the cross to the left of the image, click & drag to the order you want them in.
This way you can change the home page image from time to time, very easily.
Once your have finished do log out and take a look at your details in Members Directory, if something isn't right, just log in again and make the change remembering to save any changes at the bottom of the page.
If you have any problems contact email@example.com
History of Murano Glass by Marco Piazzalunga, Italian glass jewelry designer.
- Glass artists and bead makers
- Glass associations, museums, schools, magazines
- Jewelry factories, laboratories, suppliers
31 Templar Rd, Yate,Bristol,BS37 5TF Yate BS37 5TF S. Gloucestershire
Integrated Glass Forming. 31 Templar Road, Yate, Bristol. Somerset. BS37 5TF.
Tel: +44(0)1454 880 892
Large Kiln (2.5 x 1.5m), Small Kiln, Spaghetti Kiln Glass Casting Kiln (Small), Glass Saw, Glass Drill, Laminating, Safety Break Coating.
Please note CGS does not recommend any of these companies but we are sharing information past on to us from our members.
Phillippa Levy 0207790 1963 firstname.lastname@example.org All types of insurance for artists and craftspeople, including cover for studios, stock and machinery, public liability, exhibitions UK and abroad, goods in transport
Ian W Wallace Ltd 0800919359 email@example.com Complete insurance package including Public/ Product liability, Stock, Equipment Employers liability.
Aardvark firstname.lastname@example.org They run deliveries from Scotland to London weekly ; so best to make arrangements a good few days in advance. Within the UK, I cannot recommend Aardvark more highly ; they are wonderful and very affordable. They treat all work very professionally and are a small company so can afford to take special care.
KPAK 02086467799 who are art transporters, will do the whole job.
Anglo Pacific International, 0208 838 8008 contact Mary Thomassen
Glass furnaces by Durk Valkema
Dudley College West Midlands
The Institute for International Research in Glass (IIRG) was formed to promote and facilitate research in Glass at a national and international level. It will also foster a wider public awareness of the artistic dimensions of Studio Art Glass.
A non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the art of making hand-crafted glass beads.