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We offer short breaks, holidays and retreats, teaching copper foiled & leaded glass plus glass appliqué, in the Kent Downs as well as in hotels and retreat centres. We also make and sell small glass gift items.
I have Graduated form PCAD in the summer of 2008 from a BA (Hons) degree in Applied Art. I decided to specialise in glass in my second year and have loved it ever since.
Although I have been using Glass as my main medium for over forty years I studied Fine Art originally, and this still colours my work. I see myself as a constructivist primarily, combining different types and forms of glass with metals, both cast and fabricated. Kiln forming allows me to stage my form building, and my decision-making along the life of the progression from idea to object. In terms of imagery and intent I feel closer to the English Painting tradition than to more mainstream glass art products. Artists like Graham Sutherland, and Peter Lanyon react with the landscape in a way that I identify with. In so far as I understand my own motives, I try to produce objects that grow from observations and artefacts and which fuse (literally ! ) into a new, personal, complex, decorative unity.
Danuna Glass was established in 2014 by Irish glass artist Catherine Wilcoxson. Always having had a fascination with both the method of producing mosaic, and with fusing glass, Catherine began incorporating a mosaic style into her kilnformed glass products. This unique mosaic technique produces intricate designs and patterns in the glass. This technique is complex and time consuming. Each item is made up of hundreds or even thousands of tiny individual cut pieces of glass.