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Photo; Diana East

Born 17th June 1952, Leicester, England.
After working for over twenty years as a freelance jewellery designer/maker I turned to working in glass in 1995. I was initially greatly helped by Kate Drew Wilkinson and have taken classes subsequently with very many people and I am still learning. I have found this a wonderful medium for personal expression and have been able to help to introduce other people to it through teaching the technique of flame work. I also demonstrate and give lectures. In 2001 I went to India to work with native craftsmen on new designs for a commercial catalogue and since then I have taught in Switzerland, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, New Zealand and USA as well as here in Britain.
I now work and teach in my studio at home.

Colin Tennant Photography, 2012

Rachel works full time with kiln-formed glass in her studio in Edinburgh, Scotland making sculpture and gifts, She also teaches short classes in various glass making techniques.

Kiln carved panels embelished with gold leaf and dichroic detail. 230x180cm

From my studio in Brighton, I produce an array of kiln formed glassware & jewellery as well as undertaking interior design projects & private commissions.
As a self taught artist, I have been working & experimenting with glass for over 15 years. 'Glass in Fusion' is the development of that knowledge into a unique range of both decorative & functional works of art and bespoke pieces.

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