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Lauren Sagar and Sharon Campbell have been working together as Sagar and Campbell since 2005. Based in Manchester at Rogue Studios they work in both the fields of contemporary visual art and architectural glass design: making sculpture, installation and interventions in gallery spaces and public settings
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 exhibited in FreshAir in Quennington in 2013, after completing an MA in Creative Art at Farnham.
In 2015 she is exhibiting both in the Harold Hillier Sculpture Garden and in Marlborough Open Studios.
My journey began on my Design Crafts Degree at De Montfort University in 2006. I found myself continually drawn back to the hot glass studio, which led to achieving my dream of studying at the Royal College of Art in 2010 and continue my investigation of using this mesmerising material in creative ways.
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.
My interests are in contrasts and extremes and through this I push processes and materials to their limits, seeing how intricate and delicate I can get the shapes to cast.