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Catriona R. MacKenzie

I specialise in hot glass techniques, cold work decoration and molten glass casting. I was awarded my 2:1 BA(Hons) Design and Applied Arts from Edinburgh College of Art in 2005.
While I was studying at the ECA I was chosen on merit to attend Alfred University, New York State as an exchange student. After completing my degree I studied postgraduate course at the International Glass Centre, West Midlands where I was awarded 5 distinctions.
After graduating I then worked for other makers, while still making my own designs. I also went on to teach glassblowing techniques, before concentrated on my own professional development.
I am now based in Bristol area, and have incorporated silversmithing back into my list of skills, by developing ranges of silver and glass jewellery.. I sell a wide range of work online, and in various galleries throughout the UK.

I am a member of various organisations including the Heritage Crafts Association, Bristol Creatives, a-n and CGS.
In 2013 I wan the Craft&Design Selected Makers Silver Award for Glass, and became a finalist in 2014.

2015 holds an exciting new chapter for me after winning a place on the Craft Council's Hothouse5 mentorship programme.

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Joseph Cavalieri is a native New Yorker, currently based in the East Village of Manhattan. He has two careers: an artist and educator. Since 1997 Joseph has been exhibiting painted, air brushed and silk-screened stained glass. His subjects range from portraits of Jackie O, Queen Elizabeth II, Bill Pearl (Mr. Universe), The Lady Bunny and Isaac Hayes.

ian chadwick

I produce a constantly evolving range of decorative glass design. My current range is focused on sacred geometry and mandalas to produce work which has a kaleidoscopic op art effect.

Caroline Channing

I am based in Manchester, UK and have been working as a stained glass artist for 10 years. I design and make bespoke stained glass windows and also carry out repair and restoration work. Over the last 5 years I have developed my interest in fused glass and kiln formed pieces.

Neilson Photography

glass studio within Brigaitt building @ WASPs Glasgow

Photo: Maureen Charles - Glasswork: Maureen Charles

I studied at Ravensbourne, then at Leicester where I first blew glass. A lifetime later, I find I’m again working with glass. Mostly I’m fusing, sometimes to make pictures, sometimes slumping, often something else entirely. I'm exploring and learning, surprised and delighted with glass, and always finding something new.

Charlotte Morrison

My fine art practice incorporates kiln formed glass with ceramics, print and other media. With a background in both psychology and fine art I find that much of my work focuses on who we are and how we function in the world.

Having made an award winning film as a student, I worked on several puppet animation projects including The Wind in the Willows, Paddington Bear, Noddy in Toyland and Portland Bill, before setting up my own production company, Cheeky films Ltd. For many years I was a part-time lecturer in animation at The Royal College of Art and a former art critic for the Daily Express. I now work full time as a mosaic artist.
I have become increasingly interested in the applied arts, particularly mosaic, which is becoming more and more popular both as an art form and as a decorative medium. I regard my mosaic work as a logical progression from animation, both of which involve building a coherent whole, displaying character and movement, from thousands of tiny elements. I am particularly inspired by the natural world and relish the challenge of capturing its organic grace in such a seemingly uncompromising medium.