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Detail of Dish 129. Exhibited at International Festival of glass 2004
Photographic credit, Simon Bruntnell

I trained in Fine Art and stained glass originally. Later I gained an M.A. in Fine Art which benefitted my painting style and also gave me confidence in modern glass design.After working in glass at Central St.Martins, I am now using enamels and I work with kinectic glass sculpture also.

Montserrat Duran Muntadas / Photographer: René Rioux

Montserrat Duran Muntadas began her specialization in glass in 2001 in the "Escola del Vidre" of Barcelona, and then continues her studies in the "Real Fabrica de Vidrios of Segovia", Spain.
In 2009, she completed her degree in Fine Arts in Barcelona University. From that moment she created her own glass jewelry collections as well as sculptures, wearable pieces and art installations.

Painted by Bev Dyson

E John Lewis is a Swansea based designer and maker of architectural sandblasted glass. Trained as an illustrator and graphic designer John now concentrates on his passion and enthusiasm for sandblasting decorative art glass. Combining the techniques of deep carving, shading, surface blasting, multiple layers and using various resists to create the beautiful 3 dimensional light and shade effects on the finished piece of glass. In addition and complementing the sandblasting he sometimes includes hand made coloured fused glass pieces which are bonded to a particular surface, adding depth, colour and light to the subject matter. Finally the art of cold-pour laminating is another process which excites his imagination. Using the rich opaque and vibrant transparent colours the end product never ceases to amaze.