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This was made in Nathan Sandberg's Class

Working with my kiln to create vibrant home accessories, art, awards and bespoke gifts. The studio is between Shrewsbury & Montgomery in the Shropshire Hills, open for workshops and by arrangement.

I live up in the North East of England surrounded by the Sea on one side and the North Yorkshire Moors on the other .... very inspirational. I graduated from Sunderland Uni in 2006 and since then have been making my own glass pieces and teaching many lovely people the joys of glass making.

Josean Garcia is a Spanish glassblower, born in Bilbao. He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and then moved to Murano, where he worked with the world famous glass master, Davide Salvadore.
Currently, he lives in Turin (Italy), where he started a project called JoGa Glass, experimenting and creating a series of original glass blown objects, mainly using the traditional Roll-Up Technique.

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I welcome visitors to my workshop during Bucks Open Studios in June (www.bucksopenstudios.org.uk) where they can ‘have-a-go’ at making a small fused pendant. Throughout the year I give both beginners and advanced classes in my well-equipped studio. Clients who would like me to make a piece of glass for them are especially welcomed and I take great delight in making a beautiful piece which will meet all their requirements and will be stunningly unique. A cast glass sculpture was given as a leaving present to the retiring treasurer of the Aylesbury Vale Arts Council.

Vessel 2009
Pete Chambers

Over the last twenty years Jones has explored the blown glass vessel as a container of more than space and substance, using marking and surface work with the blank forms made by Gillies.Her work has been exhibited extensively in the UK and internationally.

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