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I have been working with Glass for 30 years. After learning the technicques, of stained glass. I established my own business making and designing panels for private residences and commercial. My desire to further explore the possibilities of glaas, promted me to enrol in a degree course at Plymouth. followed by an MA at Sunderland.This has led me to explore outher methods of working with glass, mainly casting glass in to moulds and working with more sculptural forms.

Croucher Sally

I trained at Loughborough Art College in Three Dimensional Design specialising in Ceramics. I have taught and made since then but have fairly recently discovered the delights of kiln formed glass. I haven`t looked back and continue to explore technique, colour and form through this inspiring material.

Jariet Oloye

I am a contemporary artist driven by material, process and techniques. I predominantly work with base and precious metals making thought provoking abstract sculptural form jewellery and objects that explore people relationships and connections within the surrounding of public spaces. I believe that our surroundings influence every aspect of our lives whether at home or in other variety of places.

Furthermore, like alchemist my curiosity of materials led me to explore the chemistry, parallel and fusion of metal and glass. I experiment and developed my own metal alloy which I successfully mix with glass and kiln-cast into art objects of abstract colour. The exploration and experimentation of materials and techniques not only allow me to be creative but it does also evoke my passion to make.

I use both ancient and modern techniques to create meaningful and aesthetic pieces of artwork.

It is my aspiration to engage the viewers with my work to form their own connections.

Designer and maker of stained glass for churches, public buildings and private residences.
Elected Fellow of the British Society of Master Glass Painters.
Tutor in adult education.

Sculptor. Lives and creates in Israel. Started sculpturing with stone and bronze and after a visit to Murano, was captured by the glass medium and it's 4th dimension - the light reflection. Studied in Czech Republic, at the Oldest Glass School in Kamenicky Senov, by Janak Frantisek.
The subjects I choose to sculpture derive from observing the way we interact in our lives in all aspects: Having a dialogue with our sexuality, within our family, in the modern society and between ourselves and religions.
Works using casting method, lost wax and finished by cold work.
In my work I try to emphasis these relationships.

I taught art and design for many years in school and college. After taking early retirement and moving to Cheshire.
in 1993 I set up my studio to run courses and continue exhibiting my work.
I then took an interest in Fused glass,and have proceeded to develop my skills further.

Fused glass maker based in Sheffield

Surrey Sculpture Society, at Beaulieu Motor Museum

Adam has been at the heart of British studio glass for more than 30 years, firstly as a gallerist and subsequently as an artist in his own right, learning glass later in his career and developing self-taught methods. In 2013, Adam moved his gass blowing studio to West Horsley, Surrey. Adam specialises in free blown glass. His vessels and sculptures are at once a celebration of the simplicity of pure form, and also an investigation into layering.

Tamsin Abbott makes illustrated stained glass panels using hand-made coloured glass. Her work is influenced by the British rural landscape, folklore and fairytale.
She creates these magical worlds by painting onto, and engraving into, the surface of the glass. The pieces of glass are then secured together using traditional lead cames and solder, then cemented and polished. The finished panel is displayed by hanging it in front of a window.

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