Find a Glass Artist

Welcome to our complete Members Directory where you can find details of all our current members. Joining as a member automatically entitles you to a listing in this Directory, where you can provide a biography, upload photos of your work, list exhibition information and provide details of how people can get in touch.

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Kevin Gordon

Anne has worked with glass for over twenty years. Since 2010 concentrating entirely on kiln forming. In the last twelve months carving and surface treatment have become features of the work.

I am a Glass Caster from Canada. My work is inspired by patterns of connection between the natural and human worlds. Metaphors and surreal imagery lead to the development of my three-dimensional forms. In my practice I express themes of duality and transformation in a purposefully fluid way, with the use of Gaffer Crystal Glass. I have a BA in Art History from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, and a BFA in Glass and Ceramics from the University of Sunderland in the UK. I now work from my studio in Nelson, British Columbia

Liz Sparkes

My muse is the material of glass itself. Glass to me is the closest thing we have to alchemy. My mission is to is to continue a journey of adventure, exploring all it's possibilities. Every piece is a new adventure. Splashbacks feed my stomach, individual pieces feed my soul.

Exploring colour, light. Painting, casting, kiln work. Enjoys applying new technology to glass.

Blog: www.making.glass
Shop: http://jonty.tictail.com/

P Stacey

I have had great fun discovering ways of playing with glass, I have been on a few good courses with Warm Glass including a masterclass with Mikyoung Jung. She was a wonderful teacher willing to pass on her incredibly vast knowledge.

Topiary panel
Pippa Stacey

When I started working in glass six years ago, playing with coloured glass and the effects of light on it became an inspiration and compulsion for me. My glasswork is varied, from the magical world of my glass book and its related curiosities, to glass bowls and panels, using printing, hand-painting and etching techniques.

After working in formal settings, with managers, in Blue Chip companies for 30 years Vikki left to explore the wonder of glass. Fusing and casting using colour to make pictures and shapes showing relationships, repititions and layers.

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