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I was a fine artist - mainly wildlife (having been born in Kenya). Having done a BA I now focus on glass work - mainly kilnwork; I take my inspiration from the countryside around me and seek to produce works that show the ever-changing natural world in all its colour and movement.
Professional glass artists and ceramicists can hire world class facilities at National Glass Centre, including hot shops, cold working, kilns and flame working equipment. For further information visit nationalglasscentre.com/hire. Enjoy a changing programme of exhibitions, watch artists blowing glass and join in a range of activities for adults and children. Participate in specialised glassmaking courses. Study Glass and Ceramics at BA, MA and PhD level through the University of Sunderland and purchase handcrafted glass and ceramics in our Shop.
Bespoke chandeliers, glass sculptures, glass commissions, glass blowing. Neil is a key figure in glassmaking since graduating in 1981. His specialist skills use both traditional and modern techniques creating unique, opulent & striking sculptures for interior design and outside projects throughout the UK and worldwide. Single pieces and large-scale work. Specialist glass making projects also undertaken. One off pieces also available to buy.
Anne specialises in painting on glass and often uses sgraffito to enhance the piece which is then fused to create practical items for the home. Her work is inspired by nature and by the Cotswold countryside and she also makes commission pieces. Anne's studio is at Batsford Arboretum in Gloucestershire.
My first encounters with kiln formed glass were on a Foundation in Art and Design course in 2000. I was immediately captivated by the process. I spent 3 years on a part time Fine Art degree before getting my own kiln and following my instincts to make glass !