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Following my completion of a BA Fine Art at Leeds Metropolitan University in 1999 as a mature student my desire to continue working with glass led me to Sunderland University where I completed my MA Glass in 2004.

Studied at Central School,London,late seventies.1987 moved to french countryside where I live with my wife and two children. Create 'art glass' for galleries, commissions private and public, run summer courses.'President' local action group for autistic children.

Beverly Aminzade

Only 3 years doing fused glass in class without own kiln. Just bought first kiln. Excited!

mark angus

Designer and maker of stained glass, principally for the church, and also for secular buildings. I also work on exhibitions and for galleries. I am a painter on glass, both flat and glass forms, as well as on paper. my work is figurative, expressive and narrative.

www.markangus.com

I have been working in glass for about ten years - initially traditional stained and leaded glass, but rapidly extending into a wide range of techniques, including fusing, slumping,kilncasting, sandblasting and printing on glass. Following two years at Central St Martins, I am currently working towards an MA at UCA Farnham.

Glass artist specialising in stained glass, lead light and fused glass art -

I started working in glass six years ago and am besotted by the glorious colours of Bullseye glass. My work takes the form of layered abstract pieces. I am the Membership Secretary of the Oxfordshire Craft Guild and exhibit mainly with them.

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