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Kevin Gordon

I have been working with glass as an art form for 12 years. Graduated from Curtin University in 2005 BA(Honours). My experience in glass art/craft is that of curator, mentor and instructor

Cast Glass with gold lusters 9.2 x 9.2 x 4.2 inches ( Installed)

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1970
1992 Berazategui Glass School, Argentina
1997 Silvia Levenson (Bullseye Glass), from Italy
1998 El Progreso Glass Factory,
Eduardo Osimani, from Spain
Miriam Di Fiore, from Italy
2000 La Granja Royal Glass Factory, Segovia, Spain
Teaching background
1994-2004 Teacher in Berazategui Glass School, Argentina
2001-2005 Fire Craft and Art School, Chile
2008-2010 International Glass Art Seminars, Argentina
2013 T.A of Silvia Levenson class at Corning Museum Of Glass, New York
2013 T.A. of Silvia Levenson class at Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Her works of Art are owned by
“Contemporary Museum of Glass of Berazategui”, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Delia Anne Whitbread

My first degree was in English and I spent some years teaching English abroad in Indonesia. After teaching in London Secondary Schools for 3 years, I retrained in Stained Glass and Mural Design at Chelsea School of Art in 1985-87. This was followed by 2 year MA by project in the Visual Islamic Art Department at the Royal College of Art between 1987-89. I have been a practicing stained glass artist since 1989. From 1990 I working part-time as a Lecturer in Architectural Glass, project management and Gender Studies at the University of Roehampton in the Art for Community Department. In 2001 I began a Fine Art PhD by project called, 'Re-Configuring the Rose' in the Galss and Ceramics Department of the University of Sunderland. I was awarded a PhD in 2008. I moved to Bristol in 2011. I am now a stained glass artist and free-lance lecturer

Claire Demetri Glass Design is an open studio/shop specialising in fused and kiln-formed glass as well as offering a range of workshops. The studio is upstairs at Fisherton Mill in Fisherton Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire and is open from Tuesday through to Saturday from 11 am until 4.00 pm.

All my designs are hand-crafted individually with care and each piece is unique - ranging from jewellery, decorations and coasters to cakestands, platters and wall panels. Commissions and workshops also available.


I produce high quality fused and cast glass items with a strong focus on colour, pattern and texture. Pieces are functional, sculptural or simply decorative and include bowls, wall art, coasters and jewellery to name a few. My style is vibrant and abstract, often using geometric patterns and layering colours to achieve the effects.

I make fused glass ornaments to decorate the garden. Primarily hanging ornaments and in the design of flowers, leaves, butterflies, dragonflies and birds. I love different colour combinations and how they sparkle in the light. They hang out all year round which brings some colour through the winter months too.

Simon Bruntnell

James Devereux is a glass blower and designer based in Wiltshire,UK. He is one of the UK's up and coming glass craftsmen with a high skill level and the ability to translate ideas into amazing 3d creations.

Devereux creates his own work as well as owning Devereux & Huskie Glassworks with Katherine Huskie where he makes for and assists some of the UK best glass designers.

Teddy Devereux

I began my glass fusing adventure with a workshop by Dan Fenton in 1993. Since then I have taken several kilnforming workshops and master classes with Dan and other artists including Klaus Moje and Kirstie Rea. In 2012 I won the Dino Read Foundation Award at the Carolina Designer Craftsmen Fair.