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I work in leaded stained glass predominantly to commission designing and making contemporary and traditional windows for domestic and ecclesiastical situations. I teach private classes in my own studio.I also teach at Sussex Coast College, Hastings, East Sussex. I have recently completed a PGCE. with Brighton University.
My other work involves the use of kiln formed glass and lead sheet, which I have explored the use of for personal exhibition pieces.
With a love of the outdoors, I draw much of my inspiration from forms, patterns, textures and effects found in the natural world. The Limenal Beach Series reflects natural textures caused by the ebb and flow of the tide. The Lattice Frost Bowl Series is directly inspired by frost and snow touched by sunlight emphasizing beauty within a fleeting fragility.
Established for over 25 years, Prisms Glass works to commission for private & corporate clients, as well as Public Arts projects. Commissions include period work, as well as exciting contemporary designs for screens, windows, mirrors, & lighting. 'We use a wide variety of techniques and materials, maintaining a high standard, and encourage client involvement and consultation.
I am a self-taught glass artist, working from my home studio in Chatham, Kent. I am also a volunteer at Nucleus Arts, where I help run the Rochester gallery and exhibit my work. I started on my glass journey making jewellery six years ago and am now a bit addicted to working with frits and powders on a larger scale.