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Simon Bruntnell

Kiln glass artist based at the Ruskin Glass Centre in Stourbridge.

I am a figurative fine art sculptor, my main medium is glass and over several years I have developed my own lost wax casting technique. My work is influenced by man's reaction and adaptation to the society in which he lives.

Untitled still life #R1305
Colin Reid

Colin Reid is regarded as a pioneer in the field of kilncast glass. He exhibits internationally and has work in over 35 museum collections worldwide. He has undertaken many public and private commissions often combining glass with other media such as metal, stone or wood. Based in his studio in SW England, Colin has developed the expertise and facilities to handle large scale commissions in glass.

Liz Renee

Artist, specializing in Pate de Verre, Casting and Mixed Media combined with glass sculpture. Education: MFA in Sculpture, PhD in Aesthetics. Experience: Artist, Art Educator, former Gallery Director. Currently the Director and Designer for Nartique Glass in Central Florida, USA. Teach out of my own studio and as a visiting artist world wide.

Photgraph by James Mann

My practice includes conceptual sculptural pieces, as well as architectural and site-specific installations. I am inspired by geometry, abstraction and architecture. I use lost wax casting to create negative spaces within the form of a piece, which distorts and refracts through the density of glass and can represent deeper perspectives.

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