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The Scottish Glass Society is an artist-led, not-for-profit organisation with a mission to champion the work of glass artists in Scotland. It is one of the oldest Glass Society's in Britain. It is a membership organisation of glassmakers, collectors, historians and enthusiasts, which has been in existence for over twenty-eight years. The Society holds meetings to encourage communication between makers and others interested in glass.
• After a career as a graphic designer, then art director, then a writer, I have returned to my roots and can finally get my hands dirty! Goodbye to creating art on computers (although I do love my Macs). Inspiration comes from my other great love – the underwater world and I aim to reflect that in my fused glass.
• Sea Through Sand is a joint venture with my husband, dive buddy and carpenter, Shaun who is responsible for those amazing timber stands.
Rebecca Seedhouse BSc MA HPGDip. Trained at City & Guilds London Art School in Conservation and Stained Glass, Rebecca Seedhouse is based in London and Cenevieres, France; she accepts international commissions in stained glass and gilding. She trained at City & Guilds London Art School in Conservation and Stained Glass. Email email@example.com
Annette's main inspiration is the glass itself, and its many different facets - reflection, transparency, shadow, opalescence, depth, colour. Its mobility when hot - its fragility when cold. Please look at the website www.glasstastik.co.uk, she employs most of the glass processes and has created a few ranges to provide a signature.