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I make kiln formed/fused glass,using bold colours and techniques unique to my work, that create a almost textured look. I am constantly experimenting with new ideas. My work is organic drawing inspiration from the natural forms around me. I especially enjoy producing larger works.
Materials, processes, and techniques are very important in my work. I have been fascinated by the endless possibilities of metal and glass right from my childhood, watching and helping the Artisans with their creations in the rich and vibrant Yoruba culture.
I experiment and developed my own metal alloys which I mix with glass and kiln cast into art form.
My work is an abstract sculptural forms and functional art that explore the connection of humans and its surroundings in public spaces; both in scale, texture, colour and light. I use ancient and modern techniques of lost wax casting to create aesthetic pieces of artwork.
Adam has been at the heart of British studio glass for more than 25 years, firstly as a gallerist and subsequently as an artist in his own right, learning glass later in his career and developing self-taught methods. In 2013, Adam moved his gass blowing studio to West Horsley, Surrey. Adam specialises in free blown glass. His vessels and sculptures are at once a celebration of the simplicity of pure form, and also an investigation into layering.
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.
Our courses will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to develop glass work pieces using a variety of techniques, such as fusing, slumping, glass painting, kiln formed, stained glass and mould making. We have courses for all levels of ability; whether you are a novice who would like to learn the basics or someone who needs to refresh themselves with more advanced techniques.
Agelos Papadakis is an interdisciplinary artist working with glass.
His Bachelors training was in traditional glass art, casting, architectural glass, engraving and glass blowing. His Masters in Fine Art in Glass prompt him to break away from tradition by combining glass with new media.
Currently, he lives and works in Edinburgh as a self employed glass artist.