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M. Wilson

We offer short breaks, holidays and retreats, teaching glass fusing, copper foiled & leaded glass plus glass appliqué, in the Kent Downs as well as in hotels and retreat centres. We also make and sell small glass gift items.

Image: Paul Mounsley

I graduate this year from Plymouth College of Art and look forward to presenting my work. Glass as a material seems to have magical qualities and I often lose track of time as I work with it. The pieces I create can be driven by an emotional response to a snippet of music, a glimpse of a beautiful work of art or often an issue that moves me and I specialise in one-off or limited edition contemporary pieces designed to inspire and provoke.

Holly Crewe

I have Graduated form PCAD in the summer of 2008 from a BA (Hons) degree in Applied Art. I decided to specialise in glass in my second year and have loved it ever since.

Simon Bruntnell

Although I have been using Glass as my main medium for over forty years I studied Fine Art originally, and this still colours my work. I see myself as a constructivist primarily, combining different types and forms of glass with metals, both cast and fabricated. Kiln forming allows me to stage my form building, and my decision-making along the life of the progression from idea to object. In terms of imagery and intent I feel closer to the English Painting tradition than to more mainstream glass art products. Artists like Graham Sutherland, and Peter Lanyon react with the landscape in a way that I identify with. In so far as I understand my own motives, I try to produce objects that grow from observations and artefacts and which fuse (literally ! ) into a new, personal, complex, decorative unity.

Jeff Cunningham Glass

HND Art & Design at the Glasgow College of Building & Printing before working as a set artist for "the Complex" theatre, Los Angeles. I then went on to study BSc “Special Effects” at Southbank University, London, which led to employment in the Art/Special Effects departments on major movie productions including the Oscar-winning “Last Samurai” and Steven Spielberg's Oscar-nominated “Munich”. After several years working as a fine-artist in the industry, I realised a lifelong ambition, setting up my own glass studio to research and work with the diverse materials and challenging techniques involved in the creation of multi-layered glass sculpture.

I am a Cambridgeshire sculptor best known for my ‘Cultural Legends’ series of sculpture portraits, featuring luminaries such as Jools Holland, Ken Livingstone and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, all of whom sat for me. I have specialised in kiln formed glass, but currently I am exploring the light and colour of Tiffany and Murano glass to develop unique glass mosaics. I have recently launched my first collection of glass mosaic light switches.

Technique: Cold work, mosaics.

Occupation: Artist.

Discipline: Sculptural, Fine art.

Areas of interest: Exhibition, commissions, workshops & education.

Pippa D'Arcy