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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Gyorgy Gaspar

Prisma Gallery promotes contemporary Hungarian Studio Glass, helps glass collectors and interior designers to make educated choice to obtain modern glass. We exhibit works of 13 top glass artists from Hungary.

Gill Silversides

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.

A J Simmons

I make kilnformed glass vessels, playing with gravity in the kiln to form parabolic and hyperbolic curves, manipulating mass, heat, colour and time.

Simon Alderson

Simon Alderson is a designer/maker and teacher working in stained and fused glass. Creating bespoke contemporary, functional and decorative products for the home and personal adornment. Available to work to commission.

A very small company dedicated to economically supplying artists, crafters and hobbyists with art glass and accessories.

The natural world is an endless source of captivating material. I like to create glass creatures, from the extinct to the least endangered and even fictional.

Photo by Susan Sinclair

Susan Sinclair creates kiln formed, pâte de verre, and cast glass works. She is inspired both by colours one finds in nature and her background in archaeology. Her use of glass powders allows the flexibility of creating unique colours and including texture in her work. Her recent work is focused on building forms from components of sintered glass.

Kiln formed, pâte de verre, and cast glass.

www.churchhouseart.co.uk

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