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Vanda Zebrak & Peter Smyth

Peter & Vanda are self-taught glass artists. They draw their creative inspiration from their love of trees, foliage and flowers and how they change and interact with the light of the sun and the passing of the seasons. Their work features the ever changing woodlands and the beauty and diversity of the hedgerow.

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Simon Bruntnell

Specialising in contemporary glass works that incorporate traditional glass processes with water jet technology.
Having been involved in Glass education for over 8 years receiving a Professorship at UWTSD, Swansea in 2013 and is now returning to making to combine her interest in traditional processes alongside contemporary technology. Has written papers and articles extensively on the subject of glass and technology and wrote, " New Technologies in Glass" for Bloomsbury in 2012.

After graduating in 2008 - B A (Hons) in Art & Design, I later that year started learning about fusing and slumping glass. I keep up with new techniques in order to keep my designs up to date with trends. This April I decide to take my love for glass and do it full time as a business. I have a website www.robinnoel.co.uk

Uovo Termit
by Rony Plesl in limited edition of 12
@janevincentglass

My work is informed by autoethnographic experiences in technology and the natural environment, sometimes interpreted in mixed media sculpture or in narrative form, written and fired onto the glass. I like to use recycled and scrap material and combine glass with other materials such as wire, ceramic and found objects.

An activity that began like part of my work in art-therapy has become along the years a way of living
A path where technique is essential and constantly improved thanks to the best professors. A path which leads me to the creation of pieces of art showing the moment I live and reflecting the constant search of purity of lines, textures and light.
A moment for creation to offer pieces of work standing beautiful by themselves as well as modifying the place where they stand or a person´s outfit.

Photo Steven van Kooijk Photography

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