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Glass thrills me.Glass excites me.Glass is my drug! I have been working with glass since the early 1980's and love it now as much as I did then! I work in stained glass and incorporate fused glass in my work.
Gillian set up the Strawberry Glass studio in 2008 and undertakes commissions as well as running a busy programme of workshops.
I am a Design Crafts graduate, specializing in glass blowing. Since exploring a wide range of materials I chose to take glass further as it was immediately appealing to me, especially hot glass because I enjoy the physicality of it.
The fluidity of the material gives me the opportunity to push my ideas into an enhanced conceptual final design.
Glass is a material which allows me to exploit the aesthetic potential of Light. Minimal structures, support simple arrangements of glass, which interact with light to create complex kinetic patterns of light and shade. My work aims to reveal the wonder and true magic of the phenomenon of light.
I work full time in kiln-formed glass on the Isle of Tiree. Before this I lived and worked in New Zealand. Originally trained in Environmental Science, my glass training began in 2003 at Kensington College in London and soon after, on-the-job, as manager at Energywise Recycled Glass, a social enterprise in Liverpool. I was born in London in 1967 but am an adopted New Zealander despite currently living in Scotland.
Working from 36 Lime Street Workshops and Studios, Sue specializes in the design and fabrication of architectural glass, gifts and awards. Residencies are undertaken within schools and colleges and all work is created in her studio, from where a range of workshops are also run.
Ouseburn Glass Workshops
New Programme for 2013 @ 36 Lime Street
A unique opportunity to learn the exciting art of glass in a thriving, professional studio at the creative heart of the Ouseburn. Under the guidance of accomplished glass artists, Sue Woolhouse and Laura Johnston, a range of day and evening workshops are now available to the public along with the launch of an exciting and inspiring 8 week glass school. Invest in your creativity and allow it to flourish
See website for details.