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Ash Mills

Kiln-cast glass artist.
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Celestial bodies, Explore, Universe, Home.

What started out as a hobby, has quickly turned into my passion and I now spend every waking moment thinking, designing and making fused glass. I love the way certain colours react with each other and one piece of work inspires the next.

Chris discovered the possibilities of art glass rather late on in her life. She began with leaded windows and skylights, attracting several commissions. Her main interest now is kiln work and she is looking forward to years of experimentation with her new kiln.

Claudio Cafolla

I enjoy fusing and slumping glass and especially enjoy pate de verre and lost wax casting

Yeshen Venema

All of my work is handmade using traditional as well as contemporary craft techniques. Working in both ceramic and glass, I create designs inspired and informed by human interactions, often with hints of traditional aesthetics.

Catriona R. MacKenzie

Catriona’s work is created to be cheerful, bold and full of texture. She wants to uplift the viewer with her use of colour combinations and clean feminine shapes. Her inspirations come from the world around her, and the sanctuary she finds within certain environments – walking in the woods in her native Scotland, or sitting having a coffee next to the graffiti of Bristol. She likes the juxtaposition of these different themes, and uses opposites throughout her work. This can evolve from a contrasting colour or surface texture, to the use of light and obscuring of light. Opaque glass has always had importance in her creative development and likes the way it can look like ceramics.

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