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Designer & Maker from Netherlands.
I came for skills training and found a nice place to be creative, have been here since 2004. :)
My work focuses on the inherent qualities of Glass, transparency and light combined with colour and optics.
I take commissions and am available for demo's and workshops.
I live in Leeds and I have been working in stained and fused glass for 10 years. I am also a mixed media artist. I have had work exhibited in Cupola Gallery in Sheffield, the Station Gallery Richmond, at the Laurence Batley Theatre (with ‘Lateral’) and Staithes Art and Heritage Festival.
I have worked with glass for over 15 years and make splash backs, wall art, signs and logos, personalised high end gifts and home accessories. I run regular courses from my workshop in Worcestershire and have kiln and workbench facilities available for hire by glass enthusiasts. I have a retail outlet in Pershore selling my glassware.
I make Contemporary Designs Hand Crafted in Glass.
Kiln work. Plates- Bowls of all sizes - small objects that can be boxed making a lovely gift. Also I take commissions.
Stained glass work - pictures - mirrors and Christmas Decorations
Leaded windows and door panels.
Julie Coakley is a blind 3DD artist specilaising in glass. She creates three dimensional glass drawings which are pre-worked, fused, cast and polished.
Joia Glass is handmade by Joy and Peter Cole, influenced by our love of natural forms and vibrant colours. Inspiration can come from a walk in the woods or on the beach, a sunset or cloud structure, waves, or from a found object: a stone, leaf, flower, textiles, driftwood; anything really! We like to try different ways of working with glass - its property to flow then 'freeze' in a new form to get effects of fluidity and texture.