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Keith predominantly works with Copper in glass to create bespoke bowls and dishes, but more recently, he has been involved in creating individual unique vases an Sculptural forms.
In a relatively short period of time I have been catapulted forward, accelerating my individual creativity and exploitation of the qualities of kiln formed glass. Whilst practicing and experimenting with different techniques I was excited by my intentional and accidental outcomes. By bring glass and metals together I have attempted, not only to define each pieces functionality, but also to create a strong visual attraction to ‘touch and feel’ the nature, outline and identity of each piece.
I am extremely excited with recent developments, particularly with my Sculptural forms and my goal is not only to make work that is certainly possible to be used functionally but also to cross the boundary of function to that of a work of art.
After a career as a Graphic Designer a move to the USA prompted me to pursue a new creative direction. I studied the art and craft of Stained Glass in Connecticut and then on my return to London I began studying and working with both Kiln formed glass and Blown glass. In 2007 I set up my own professional practice. In 2010 I joined the team at London Glassblowing Studio and Gallery as Exhibition Co-ordinator and Curator.
Glass addict. I just can't stop. I fuse it, slump it, drape it, cast it. I can't leave it alone, and like to peek into my kiln so I can watch it drip, and flow, and whilst I am in there I might poke it with a rake or fiddle a bit. I really should get out more. Oh and I also have a shop.