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ASA Infinity Studio

Kiln formed glass artist

Sigi Hill

My inspiration starts with a single object, which is developed and interpreted in different ways. I am influenced by my overseas travels but mainly draw on my experiences around the home and family. My work is kiln formed: cast or fused.

Nightflight
Aubergine bowl with clear centre and silver foil rolled in the final gather. Blown by William Walker

Trained and practised as a Physical Education teacher specialising in dance and drama Patricia first discovered glass engraving whilst on a school trip to Austria where she was fascinated by the copper wheel engravers. She did not however take it any further until 1991 when she started to study engraving under teachers from the Guild of Glass Engraving. She was elected as an Associate Fellow of The Guild of Glass Engravers in 2002.Patricia uses mainly "drill engraving" although recently her work has broadened to include "graal", stipple and cameo techniques. Her first Cameo piece, "Inspiration through the Generations", was recently selected for exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London as part of their "Inspired by the V&A" 2003 competition.Examples of her work can been seen in many countries around the world including USA, Canada, Lebanon and Qatar. Patricia is happy to discuss and undertake commissions.

St Stephen's Comely Bank Church, Edinburgh - large glass screen and two windows
Douglas Hogg

Born Edinburgh 1948. Studied stained glass, drawing and painting at the Edinburgh College of Art. Post-graduate study, various awards and bursaries. Head of stained/architectural glass course at ECA 1979-2000. Member of Council, British Society of Master Glass Painters, London. External examiner at Swansea, University of Wales 2002-2005.

Own image

After graduating from Edinburgh College of Art in 1996, I set up a smallstudio in Orkney where I concentrate on Kiln-formed glass.

Luminous Spirit CollectionThroat Chakra
Gill Orsman

Katy Holford is both a glass designer and glass sculptor. At the present time she combines working as MD and Creative Director at Cumbria Crystal and continues to develop her sculptural work.

© Jackson Fawkes

I have been collecting glass for 30 years. I am the Director of Corporate Social Responsibility for Thomas Miller (www.thomasmiller.com) where I have been since 1978. My wife and I also run a charity supporting young opera singers (www.azurialopera.com). I commission glass for opera prizes and corporate gifts.

~ Josh Cockroft

Emma Hollins has both a literal and abstract approach, creating two distinct avenues of work: Literal Translations and Emerging
Images. Both routes are related by her focus for producing raw familiar connections with unfamiliar objects and her appreciation of personal marks of the hand made. She utilises her materials to dictate a flow of imagery, showing materials in new lights.

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