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Andrea Walsh is an artist based in Edinburgh. She studied fine art before completing a masters degree in glass at ECA, and set up her studio in 2005. Andrea's work is included in private and public collections worldwide, these include the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and National Museums Scotland in Edinburgh.
My interest started with stained glass and has spread into fused. I pride myself on original work and aim for the highest standards.
I take great delight in commission work.
As an artist working in stained glass I aim to create works exploring the dynamic and expressive qualities of light and shade, texture and pattern.
My experience as a conservator has led me to the experimental use of paints and stains that enable me to make allusions to meteorological and geographical phenomena.
I have been working in the field of architectural glass since leaving the Royal College of Art, London, in 1985. I work to commission from my own studio in Wiltshire, but also work with manufacturers on large scale projects using glass, vinyl and acrylic. My specialism is in enamelling on flat glass panels.
I am a glass artist specialising in Pate de Verre and kiln cast glass and my work is inspired very much by historical events.
My current work looks at the First World War and is inspired by my Great Grandfather's war diary. I aim for my work to bring the events of this period in history to the forefront of the viewers mind, creating a greater understanding and respect for the millions who lost their lives.
I have been selected for the Stanislav Libensky Award 2015 and will be exhibiting in Prague, Czech Republic in October.