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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!
I work in leaded stained glass predominantly to commission designing and making contemporary and traditional windows for domestic and ecclesiastical situations. I teach private classes in my own studio.I also teach at Sussex Coast College, Hastings, East Sussex. I have recently completed a PGCE. with Brighton University.
My other work involves the use of kiln formed glass and lead sheet, which I have explored the use of for personal exhibition pieces.
With a love of the outdoors, I draw much of my inspiration from forms, patterns, textures and effects found in the natural world. The Limenal Beach Series reflects natural textures caused by the ebb and flow of the tide. The Lattice Frost Bowl Series is directly inspired by frost and snow touched by sunlight emphasizing beauty within a fleeting fragility.