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Strongly influenced by coastal and fluvial environments and the power and contrasts of water

Photograph by the artist

It is not until we have seen the darkness that we can truly appreciate the beauty of the light.

I am an artist (www.juliabritton.co.uk) and art psychotherapist (www.thetuliptree.org.uk) based in Northamptonshire, UK. My identity as an artist is very much grounded in my training as an art psychotherapist. Each series of fused glass work is a focused exploration of emotional experiences, theoretical or philosophical concepts related to my experience of life and of art psychotherapy.
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Twitter: @artist_julia

Ester Segarrra

The elegant Regency facade of this Grade II listed building, contrasting with a modern all-glass pavilion, provides a clue as to the charming experience awaiting visitors - a glass collection full of historic skill and contemporary beauty set within an attractive building. A wide range of fascinating objects are on display, from modern sculptures to industrial equipment from the Victorian era. A well-stocked gift shop and live glassmaking in the hot glass studio complete the visit.

Sarah Brown

Sarah is a Gloucestershire based large scale illustrative glass artist. She loves to work to commission and on one off pieces.
Inspired by everyday life, Sarah likes to document scenes and interactions between people and their environment. Starting with people watching, then drawing and playing with depth and transparency. Sarah loves to transform the surface of the glass with her meticulously planned drawings using a large combination of techniques and processes.

Having retired this year from the world of Computer Based Learning and Programming, I am now free to indulge my love of light and colour. I am mostly self taught with help from the internet, starting with leaded glass, then copper foiling. I have just acquired a kiln so am looking forward to lots of fusing and slumping - my wife says I am very good at the latter already!

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