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I work with kiln formed glass, but also have a long standing love of textiles and the stitched mark. My current practice combines elements of kiln formed glass with found objects, printmaking and stitch.

After more than 30 years in science & engineering, I started learning about kiln formed glass in 2008. I am self-taught, through reading, experiment, mistakes and practice. My approach is to make designs that are functional and useful, as well as beautiful.

Bowls are my favourite form. I like their appearance and feel. They are useful and they make the most of the wonderful colours of glass. We use a number of bowls I have made around our house as dessert dishes and fruit bowls. I also make plates and coasters and have designed and fabricated leaded glass windows for our house.

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I studied at Dartington College of Art and then Birmingham City University gaining a BA Hons in Ceramics and Glass. I have been working with glass for over 20 years producing both public and private commissions whilst also teaching glass.

I have recently given up teaching in order to focus on my own art work and producing bespoke glass splash backs.

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Jessica is a County Durham-based artist working in cast and kiln-formed glass. She has a B.A. in Glass & Ceramics and an M.A. in Glass, both from the University of Sunderland, based at the National Glass Centre.

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