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Priska Jacobs

I set up my own studio in 2002 and since then I make kilncast glass objects. I regularly participate in exhibitions in Switzerland and abroad.

Naomi Jacques

Working with kiln formed glass - Predominately Bullseye Glass. Concept and Process inspired.

Using several grades of frit including my own made frits I create forms that appear fragile and yet are strong.

Mother Torso is the largest to date. Measuring L: 50cm x W: 30 cm - Height / Depth varies between 30cm - 8cm (approx.)

Photography by Ester Segarra
kiln formed: fused, slumped and cold worked multi layered sculpture

I started working in glass about 7 years ago from a background in industrial design and it has more or less taken over my life. The ''what if'' element of glass constantly engages me.

Asus
photograph taken by Lisa George, 2008

My journey through art has led me to create personal intimate pieces that speak of my concerns for the world. I use print, glass and cast components in the forming my body of work reflects the pervasive influence of technology in our lives

After Eckman 1
Hot glass and transfer print, (glass blown by Jim Maskrey)

Artist in Residence at the Bristol Eye Hospital, my work used print and glass to explore vision and perception.

I work in my south London studio using texture and colour to produce vibrant kiln-formed glass pieces. My practice includes fused vessels, jewellery and wall-hung glass 'paintings' for sale through gallery shops and as private commissions.

Ida Buss

French glass artist currently living and working in Ebeltoft,Denmark

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