Member Directory: E

I was born in Japan and graduated from an art college in Tokyo.
I moved to UK in 1989 and discovered glass engraving. .
I took a variety of short courses and became a craft member of the Guild of Glass Engravers in 1994.
I exhibit regularly in exhibitions and have done various commissions (both private and commercial).

Photo; Diana East

Born 17th June 1952, Leicester, England.
After working for over twenty years as a freelance jewellery designer/maker I turned to working in glass in 1995. I was initially greatly helped by Kate Drew Wilkinson and have taken classes subsequently with very many people and I am still learning. I have found this a wonderful medium for personal expression and have been able to help to introduce other people to it through teaching the technique of flame work. I also demonstrate and give lectures. In 2001 I went to India to work with native craftsmen on new designs for a commercial catalogue and since then I have taught in Switzerland, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, New Zealand and USA as well as here in Britain.
I now work and teach in my studio at home.

Eva Edery, Bullseye glass, kiln forming, 30x30 cm

Eva has an international background having studied and lived in numerous countries. She is now based in London.

Eva looks at innovating in the artistic field. She has been experimenting with various media such as oil, acrylic painting and mosaics. She now uses fused glass to create a world of imagination, colour, vibrancy, shapes and texture.

Her creations provide a unique and enlightened touch to any living space, office or boardroom. Pieces can be made to order and can be designed to include a personal message or corporate logo.

Colin Tennant Photography, 2012

Rachel works full time with kiln-formed glass in her studio in Edinburgh, Scotland making sculpture and gifts, She also teaches short classes in various glass making techniques.

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