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J Bosley

Teign Valley Glass produces contemporary studio glass, giftware and commissions for public art. The studio was established in 1981 and is open to visitors where glassmakers Richard Glass, Paul Harris and Matt Sharp work daily.

Fin Macrae

GLASSTORM is a Highland based contemporary glass studio based in Tain, Ross-shire and was established in 2005 by Glass Artists Brodie Nairn and Nichola Burns. Both artists have worked with many of the leading glass designers/makers within Europe and the USA most notably Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg, Michael Kramer & Richard Price. Using their knowledge of Scandinavian and Italian glass making techniques to great effect they design and make limited edition production pieces, one off unique art glass, installation and public art works.

Working professionally in all aspects of traditional leaded glass: Designing, Painting, manufacture & restoration,
as well as the making and creating of contemporary kiln formed glass.

Richard Golding at Station Glass

Richard has been involved with glass for over 30 years since he set up Okra Glass in 1979. He is renowned for his efficient furnaces, glass recipes and designs, use of iridescence, reduction, colour and surface decoration.

In 2010 he left Okra and opened his eighth glass studio and first ever gallery, Station Glass, in a Victorian Station building at the end of a preserved railway line in Shenton, Leicestershire, England
The Station was far too small to fit in traditional glassmaking equipment so Richard worked with Merlyn Farwell to design and build a combined furnace, lehr and gloryhole, the COMBO. The COMBO is now run on electricity and makes glassmaking affordable and possible in a very small space.

Richard`s glass is highly collectible and features in museums, galleries and private collections around the world. Originally inspired by artist`s such as Carder, Galle, Daum and Tiffany, Richard`s work at the Station is pushing back the boundaries even further, with new pieces involving intricate layered, surface decoration, lampworking, cutting and colour combinations.

Richard Golding at Station Glass

Richard has been involved with glass for over 30 years since he set up Okra Glass in 1979. He is renowned for his efficient furnaces, glass recipes and designs, use of iridescence, reduction, colour and surface decoration.

In 2010 he left Okra and opened his eighth glass studio and first ever gallery, Station Glass, in a Victorian Station building at the end of a preserved railway line in Shenton, Leicestershire, England
The Station was far too small to fit in traditional glassmaking equipment so Richard worked with Merlyn Farwell to design and build a combined furnace, lehr and gloryhole, the COMBO. The COMBO is now run on electricity and makes glassmaking affordable and possible in a very small space.

Richard`s glass is highly collectible and features in museums, galleries and private collections around the world. Originally inspired by artist`s such as Carder, Galle, Daum and Tiffany, Richard`s work at the Station is pushing back the boundaries even further, with new pieces involving intricate layered, surface decoration, lampworking, cutting and colour combinations.

"MOLTEN"
Michael Goodrum

Michael has been a professional stained glass artist for over 20 years, but now specialises in contemporary fused glass wall art. He supplies galleries and interior designers throughout the UK, as well as working on bespoke commissions for restaurants, public foyers and private clients.

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