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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

My work is predominately figurative in origin and addressess, through the qualities of glass, the themes of the Figure in Environment and the Human Condition. I am particularly interested in symbolisim within a composition and the play between the drawn image and Three Dimensional forms. I work to Private & Public Commision and exhibit both Nationally and Internationally

Planet illuminatedpanel 1m.dia
Tricia Slater
SAFE HAVEN
Jay M. Smith

Originally a biochemist Chrissie re-discovered the challenge of experimentation with fused glass, silver stain and enamels. During her recent studies at Glyndwr University, Chrissie used hand-cut coloured glass or sandblasted float glass to translate the similarities between water and glass. Her sculptural forms are displayed in gardens, backlit with solar LEDs.

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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