Member Directory: J

Sue Jack BA Hons Design: Architectural Glass - Freelance Artist and Designer
Lives and works in Assynt - the wild coast in the far North West of Scotland
Maker of fused glass pieces, sculpture, collaborative furniture design.
Design for interiors and gardens.
suejack.co.uk

Wall Boat 1'
Simon Bruntnell

I studied a variety of ways of working with glass at the International Glass Centre, but the one that has had a lasting impression was the 'pate de verre' process. It has given me a means of working my favorite media - clay and glass.

Priska Jacobs

I set up my own studio in 2002 and since then I make kilncast glass objects. I regularly participate in exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad.

Ester Segarra

Award winning glass sculptor, Max Jacquard, exhibits internationally and his work can be seen in several important museum collections including the V&A Museum in London, The Shipley Museum in Gateshead, MAVA in Alcorcon, Madrid and the Shanghai Glass Museum.
He has been a practitioner in Glass for over twenty years and is known for his innovative techniques such as 'Glass Patch-working and 'Core Casting'. He teaches regularly at UCA Farnham and Bildwerk Summer Academy, Frauenau.

Naomi Jacques

Currently studying at Wolverhampton University Applied Arts BA

Square dish 40 cm. kiln formed and slumped

I started working in glass about 5 years ago from a background in industrial design and it has more or less taken over my life. The ''what if'' element of glass constantly engages me.

Asus
photograph taken by Lisa George, 2008

My journey through art has led me to create personal intimate pieces that speak of my concerns for the world. I use print, glass and cast components in the forming my body of work reflects the pervasive influence of technology in our lives

After Eckman 1
Hot glass and transfer print, (glass blown by Jim Maskrey)

Artist in Residence at the Bristol Eye Hospital, my work used print and glass to explore vision and perception.

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