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Having completed my degree at in 3DD Glass at Farnham I have been exploring further techniques at WAES in London. I have displayed my glass in several Ecclesiastical locations and am continually inspired by their spirituality, dramatic architecture and public accessibility.

Photo Simon Bruntnell

I am fascinated by the visual qualities of glass: the interplay between colour, light and translucency and also the sense of movement within thick bodies of glass. Inspired by natural, organic and modular forms, my sculptures arise from memories or feelings associated with some event or experience. The journey of each, from first sketches through to working on the piece itself, allows me to process the thoughts and feelings that were their initial inspiration.

David Mola

David Mola studio takes commissions on architectural glass (both contemporary and traditional), and restoration and repairs of all classes of stained glass.

David Mola's studio is as well dedicated to design and manufacture objects made of glass, from sculptures and glass walls to jewellery, tableware or lighting.

David also runs stained glass workshops.

Beryl Morgans

Kiln formed contemporary glass vessels. Inspiration is derived from the structure encountered whilst walking. Combining the key elements through various techniques including strip cutting, slumping, crucible pouring and gravity forming

Amanda Moriarty

I trained as an architectural glass artist in Bristol and at Central St. Martins. My work includes various innovative techniques using vibrant colour to create unique pieces for site-specific locations.

My background is in Fine Art and I apply this knowledge to all aspects of my creative work. I am particularly inspired by the use of colour and light in my kiln formed glass work.