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Lauren Sagar

Working from Rogue Artists Studios in central Manchester, Lauren Sagar and Sharon Campbell are specialists in large-scale, largely glass, installations. They create work the within the urban landscape where the art work becomes part of people's daily life.The last few years have seen them winning a number of public art competitions in London and Manchester, such as the foyer for Arlington House, Camden; the Poetry Discs and Ice Box; and the Summer Glass House in St Mary's Hospital, which they have since used as this site for ongoing 'Pop-up' exhibitions. Increasingly their interest is in working collaboratively with other practitioners, across disciplines, on artist-led projects.As consultants, they have built up an artist database for arts agent ArtForArchitecture, and have developed and facilitated an engagement art project 'Making This Home' on the Johnson Fold estate in Bolton. Their work was awarded Arts Council funding in 2004 and 2006 as well as Arts and Business funding the same years. Since then they have continued to build a reputation for producing innovative, permanent work and devising ever more imaginative ways for people to engage with it.

Belinda has been working as an artist for over 50 years. She has worked in 3 D and latterly she has become passionate about cast glass. She is exhibiting in FreshAir in Quennington in 2013

D.Sandersley

I spent over ten years working as a freelance portrait/reportage photographer before studying at Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design where I graduated in Glass and Fine Art and Glass and Architecture.
I undertake private commissions at my workshop in East London and work part time as head designer at Lead & Light Studios.

Creative Glass Designer. Design Consultancy and Product Design. My experience has very been enhanced by the understanding and harmony between the beauty and skill of hand-crafted objects and the manufacturing process, aiming to produce pieces that are both cutting edge, tactile, refined and sophisticated. I am also currently carrying out a Phd in Glass, which supports my creative studio practice.

Photo Nathalie Hanon

After 4 years studies at Federal Arts and Crafts College in Vevey (Switzerland), and a decorator diploma, I lived for 20 years in various countries in Africa and Asia, teaching art and practising various local art techniques. In 1985, I opened my professional glass studio in Southern France

cast glass ,polished, 30x23x47 cm, Balance VII

After working as an electronic engineer and a doctor of medicine I started with my glass education. Now since 20 years as a glass artist I prefere casting and working on big architectural objects often combined with steel.

Victoria Scholes

I work with kiln formed glass and mixed media to explore the place where the familiar becomes unfamiliar and the known merges with the unknown. I believe that it is in these spaces that the seeds of transformation are sown and new ways of thinking and being are opened up.

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