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Colour and glass have always fascinated me. Lampworking combines the two and also gives voice to a drive to create that has enriched my life for many years. I am now semi-retired and can devote more time to developing skills as glassworker and silversmith. Me and my work can be seen at Monton handmade market on the first Saturday of each month.

Verity Blowing Glass in the Red House Glass Cone in Stourbridge 2010

As a glassblower, I relish glass as a material; the heart mind must work together at all times, it is mentally and physically challenging. My commitment and dedication to glass has lasted over ten years and I'm still going strong

African Fruits
Fin Macrae

In August 2002 Nichola returned to her native Scotland after a decade of making glass in Switzerland, the Netherlands, and the United States. During this time she has worked with many of the leading glass designers/makers within Europe and the USA most notably Toots Zynsky in Amsterdam and Philip Baldwin & Monica Guggisberg in Switzerland.

Photograph - Simon Bruntnell

I'm a British glass artist making unique sculptures since 1998 after completing my degree at Farham in Surrey. In 2007 I relocated to The Netherlands, where I continue to make work and exhibit in galleries in Europe.

Jamie House

I have worked as a cast glass artist for the last five years in the South West of England. I am particularly influenced by the light and movement expressed by marine flora and fauna. I aim to continue to make and exhibit my glass.

Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Textured Vase
Dominic Tschudin

Over the past two years of study at the Royal College of Art I have been working on tactile texture in glass.

The Summer House, Manchester Women's Hospital
McCoy_Wynne

Sagar and Campbell are a firm of Architectural Glass Artists who work to commission within the Public Realm sector and encompass the whole process from initial concept through to installation.We work to create Art works that give a feeling of familiarity and soul whilst working with the unique character and identity of the area and its people, thus creating a 'Sense of Place'.We incorporate glass into our free standing pieces as well as our wall mounted work ; internal and external. We also use it as a decorative medium integral to the primary structure of the building development.One of the key aspects in our current practice is to magnify our hand drawn images onto large areas of glass, adding soul to the piece and thus creating a dynamic link with the viewer.Our team can act as project managers, consultants and lead artists or a combination of all three.We have 20 years of experience utilizing the wonderful properties of glass to create very special works of art. Our Clients have included : architects, developers, private commissioners, public sector commissioners, communities, hospitals and schools. Having frequently been part of a combined team, we are skilled in working with a community of interests; responding to the team, their expectations and ideas is part of the design process.Each project is unique; we consider one of our strengths to be our flexibility and professionalism bringing the following skills and experience; conception and presentation of designs, fabrication of art using experienced contractors, installation as well as issue solving with minimum fuss and maximum effect.Always underlying our approach is our commitment to artistic excellence and creative effect. We enjoy balancing the need to engage people in the creative process with the need to create artwork of high quality and durability.

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