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The work explores the concept of being in a place; what emotions are felt, what is experienced, and how the abstraction of this understanding can be transmuted into images on glass.
An ongoing intimate exploration of the Brecon Beacons informs the work. Personal reflection and observation is what the mark making is about, what it will become.
Angela graduated from the Welsh School of Architectural Glass, Swansea Metropolitan University in June 2011. She has a studio space at Cockpit Arts, Deptford, London where she is experimenting with fused glass techniques.
Having just completed a degreein Applied Arts at the University of Hertfordshire, Karen has set up a glass studio at Parndon Mill in Harlow with fellow glass artist Ewa Wawrzyniak.Karen specialises in kiln formed glass and in particular producing sculptural forms that are castfrom the environment.
In her post-graduate work at Edinburgh College of Art, Lisa is focusing on designs in time, exploiting the contradictory properties of glass, to study human relationships through the use of interdisciplinary collaborations and new media combinations. Formerly based in New England, USA, Lisa's background boasts a fifteen year professional career in arts administration, including work with the Tanglewood Music Festival.
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