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A submission for entry in the CGS Eastern Hub Exhibition - The Forum Norwich 8-10 May 2015 Stained glass over etched mirror plate (or glass if back lit) framed in welded copper for hanging. 145x260mm approx 700g (750 back lit 6mm neon)

Christopher McElhatton is an artist working in Suffolk, his studio is located between Aldringham and Thorpeness and he has exhibited his work in East Anglia and London. He also accepts commissions.

Morgan Motherway

Natasha has a passion for colour. Gaining imagery from botanical references, Natasha screen prints enamels and sandblasts to create layers and depth. Glass is Natasha's working sketchbook, the layers that create positives and negatives immerse. Water jet cutting is also an important process in Natasha's practice as it plays with light and reflection.

Ester Segarra

Laura is a professional glassblower and Gallery Manager at London Glassblowing, the prestigious glassblowing gallery in Bermondsey Street, London.

She studied glass at Buckinghamshire Chilterns University, graduating in 2008. After a two month session at Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, she went on to work at LoCo Glass, gaining a scholarship to the Fresh Air Sculpture Show in 2010. She began working at London Glassblowing shortly afterwards.

Worked as a telephone engineer for 34 years in the Derbyshire Peak district which gave me inspiration for my glass work which I took up some 16 years ago. I mainly work now in stained glass both foiled and leaded. My pieces take a long time to make as I tend to work on small scale items using combinations of different processes. Glass has always given me a great deal of pleasure and makes me see and appreciate the beauty of our surroundings. Glass will always stretch you as a medium and make you think about all the possibilities for new designs.

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