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westmoorart

I completed a BA (Hons) Fine Art in 2010 and am a perpetual student of archaeology. My interdisciplinary work explores the deep past of humanity and treasures unearthed from the journey into the darkness. Dartmoor also inspires my work with its rugged elemental intensity, semi-wild animals and abundant prehistoric monuments.

Michele Tyler-Walters

Ron Wheeler

We are Ron and Ann Wheeler of Artius Glass and are the Appointed Secondary Market Specialists to Isle of Wight Studio Glass having worked with the Studio since 1980 and we are considered the foremost authorities on the Studio and the life and works of Michael Harris including his work in founding Mdina Glass.

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Studied Sculpture Saint Martins School of Art late fifties, Architectural Stained Glass in the Ninties following on to Kiln Formed Glass until present day. I study in workshops at RACC in Richmond.

I am a glass artist based in Halifax, West Yorkshire and work with stained glass, fused glass and mosaics. I run courses from my workshop in Halifax to introduce you to the techniques required to produce your own work. My courses are technical, hands-on, practical workshops with the aim of inspiring you to be excited and creative with the medium of glass. I also produce my own work with a preference for fused glass. I work with mainly float glass and use texture and frits to bring the glass alive.

Ruby Comet, cross pollinated - hotshop and kiln

Always enjoyed being creative, I decided on retirement to do something really exciting. Enrolled to a 1 year Glass Technique Diploma course 2010 and found I loved it, now I am happy working in my studio.
The transparency of the glass creating surprising effects with natural lights inspires me. The glass magnifies or distorts images and puts them into a dreamlike state. The childlike effect glass has on me is infectious and boundaries are always stretched by me and glass artists that makes the whole industry fascinating. I love to cross pollinate between kilnformed glass and the hotshop.

Dr Fiona Wilkes

Dr Fiona Wilkes‘ work explores the boundaries between traditional print, digital and glass languages which are research and production based, adopting a multi-disciplinary approach and focus on the interrelation between imagery, identity and memory.
Practice-based projects include national and international educational projects, residencies and workshops working with museums, galleries and organisations in the UK, Caribbean and South America. Fiona has exhibited widely including solo and group shows (Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Gallery A, Tate Modern, Lethaby Gallery, Horniman Museum, National Art Gallery Guyana).

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