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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 Ottawa, Ontario.

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.

David Pauley

Andrea Spencer's portfolio takes two divergent paths: public art commissions and autonomous sculpture.

The work she creates for commissioned public art works specialise in innovative applications of glass for the built environment, her small-scale sculpture and site-specific installations are concept driven. Throughout her work Spencer maintains an emphasis on the unique properties of glass, exploiting the intrinsic qualities of transparency, fragility and fluidity inherent within the material through the making process.

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 masterclasses with Mikyoung Jung and Silvia Levenson. Both were wonderful teachers willing to pass on their incredibly vast knowledge.

Ester Segarra

Colour and movement are my passion and glass is a perfect medium for indulging these. Primarily casting and fusing using colour to make pictures and shapes showing relationships, repititions and flows.

Took up playing with glass when I retired as a professional Engineer. I'm working my way through the variety of ways you can create glass images using the different techniques available nowadays. From Leaded panels, printing on the glass, fusing, sand blasting, through to casting.

Ian Blantern

Paul Stopler is a Bristol based glass artist practicing lost-wax kiln-casting. He graduated with an MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art in 2011, before joining Bristol’s Maze Studios in 2013.

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