Find a Glass Artist

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Xavier Young

I create one off sculptural and vessel objects in glass. These are often combined with other materials such as ceramics, wood and preserved plants.

Orphica - detail
Nick Hayes
Paul Ward Photography

Emma Nightingale is a glass designer/maker who creates beautiful and desirable kiln formed contemporary glass for the home including vessels, platters, coasters and wall art in her studio in Cromarty in the Scottish Highlands.

Linda Norris

Having been working as a painter for over 30 years, I came to glass 8 years ago while exploring materials that would enable me to extend and develop my practice. In particular I wanted to find ways to make work with more conceptual content. The dialogue which occurs between the contemporary and the traditional, art and science which is integral to working with glass is a constant inspiration.

North Lands Creative Glass

North Lands Creative Glass is a centre of excellence in glass making in the North Highlands of Scotland. It runs an annual programme including glass skills classes, master classes, conference and artist residencies.

Photography by Steve Dodds

Amanda Notarianni designs and makes distinctive contemporary glass. Using traditional glass making techniques, she creates unique hand blown sculptural forms.
Amanda enhances her sleek free blown pieces using skilful cold working processes such as cutting, carving and polishing to create surface patterns and textures, which hold light and magnify reflections.
Initially inspired by microscopic images of plankton, her work is now evolutionary, with each piece informing the next. “Molten glass is such a dynamic material to work with. I really enjoy the challenge of working with a material that continuously pushes me to develop skills and understanding.”
Amanda’s innovative ultra-modern pieces are hand made to commission with projects undertaken ranging from public art commissions, to architectural installations and one off sculptural vessels.
Amanda runs Notarianni Glass studio in Dorset with her partner and internationally acclaimed glassmaker Charlie Macpherson.

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