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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.

fused glass on tall steel holders

I finished my degree in contemporary crafts at Manchester University in 2002 and since then have been working in glass, wax and paint. I have a glass studio at home and also I am a artist at Vale Artists Studios in Congleton. Cheshire.
My work is about revealing hidden imagery, capturing dynamic colour combinations which evoke and transform initial observations of land and nature into an expressionistic and ethereal style.

I retire in 3 years from the emergency service and have started working with glass as a move for my next phase in life. As a newcomer to glass fusion I am enjoying trying various styles and pieces. I generally do sea themed work. I also enjoy the abstract.

Katharine Dowson and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

I studied sculpture at the RCA and live and work in London. My inspiration comes from the scientific world and I often collaborate with scientists as part of my artistic practice. The sculptures are made in various media including wax, latex and fluids but especially transparent materials and glass, which I use as a metaphor for a membrane, a fragile yet robust skin that allows light to pass through and reveal the hidden interior. The transient quality of glass, its ephemeral beauty and dangerous cutting quality are ideally suited to the language of science, evoking the beauty and dangers of discovery. Collections include The Wellcome Collection, Arts Council England Gift of Charles Saatchi, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Having studied Architectural Satined Glass at Swansea I have also been experimenting with kiln formed glass and love to combine the two disciplines

I love the challenge of designing for different buildings, interiors and people, whether a large architectural piece or an intensely personal small piece

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

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