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Developing sculptural ideas

Boro Glass

I have been working with glass for over thirty years. In early childhood, I displayed a passion for colour, drawing and sculpting, and attended classes at the Canterbury Art College at the age of eight. In the summer of 1973, at the age of twenty four, I started I B Designs carved and etched glass (whilst working full time as a designer).

I was instantly captivated by the scintillating qualities of light and colour in this volatile medium. I have since developed an instantly recognizable style. I am becoming known for the exquisite palette of coloured glass I use in my pieces, the absolute precision of my skills, and the uncompromising aesthetic quality.
All of my pieces are inspired from our one time existence on this beautiful planet.
I try to express my work with feeling of movement, texture and wildness. All of my pieces are designed by myself normally sketching the idea first.
They are all annealed in a digitally controlled kiln for strength and durability.

Made in the flame at my studio in Margate,

Il filo di Arianna (Ariadne's Thread) - section
Denise mt Basso
: Photography by Sarah Murphy

Lucy is represented in London by Plateaux Gallery and sells internationally at selected Art Fairs.

Bespoke commissioned projects range from luxury art glass to integrated engraved glass for high-end residential interiors and super yachts.

Image Credit: F. Bazzo

It was the contemplation of old stained glass – masterpieces of craftsmanship and spiritual beauty – that stimulated my curiosity and desires to the point of abandoning my old life and embracing a new career. However, it is the contemporary approach to the craft, with the aid of modern technology, methods and processes, that breathes life into new exciting opportunities

Katrina Beattie

Katrina Beattie graduated from University for Creative Arts in Farnham in 1995. She currently runs a studio in Somerset specializing in Blown and Kiln Formed Glass. Katrina teaches at West Dean College near Chichester and is an active member of The Sussex Guild of Craftsmen whose shop is based in Lewes, East Sussex.

Studying for BA Hons in Contemporary Art and Design at WSD

Entering year 2

Glass graduate from ECA in 1962, returning to glass. The progress technically now means I have so much to learn.

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