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Addison, Lynda UNIQUE GLASS ART

Sea Shells at FINNISH GLASS MUSEUM 2017.
Finnish Glass Museum
Evolution and mimicry, Muller's butterflies
Johnny Korkman
Midsummer Birches.
Johnny Korkman
Midsummer Bonfire, from TALES exhibition 2007
Johnny Korkman
Waterfall
Johnny Korkman
Into the Wood I go
Johnny Korkman
O the Opal and the Sapphire of that Wandering Western Sea, NATURALLY exhibition 2012
Johnny Korkman
Coral Garden, FROM THE HEART exhibition 2008
Lynda Addison
Seaside from "Studio E 5 Years" exhibition 2013
Lynda Addison
Echoes, Exhibition Caisa Cultural Centre Helsinki, 2015
Johnny Korkman
Lynda Addison

I moved to Helsinki in February 1998. After months in a black and white world (a Finnish winter!) I wanted COLOUR and I found it working with stained glass. Since then I have taken every opportunity to study and work with glass (hot, warm and cold), using as many different techniques as possible. The variety in my work reflects this, as does my Finnish vocabulary! I also make mixed media pieces, using my own photographs and monoprints.

Details about work or recent projects

I am delighted to exhibit in the Finnish Glass Museum's centenary exhibition, May to November 2017. 100 glass objects and their stories celebrate Finland's 100 years of Independence.

My creative impulse comes from the heart. I am inspired by the beauty of nature around me, and also personal experience - many works have a story behind them. My glass art is unique, and designed for the enjoyment of colour and light in a home setting.

Studio E, Hämeentie 103A
Helsinki 00550
Finland
Technique:
Kiln work, Leaded and stained, Other: Mixed media, screen printing, enamel drawing
Occupation:
Artist
Discipline:
Decorative, Design, Functional
Areas of Interest:
Competitions, Exhibition, Workshops