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Flora Jamieson

Contemporary decorative stained glass in bold colours with a strong graphic aesthetic, hand painted kiln-fired. Inspiration comes from the things around me - vintage children's books, wallpaper and fabric patterns, logos and trademarks, poster art and the natural world.

I work to commission and also sell small items online via Etsy and Folksy and in select shops and galleries. Currently selling through Rostra & Rooksmoor Gallery, Bath and The Stained Glass Museum, Ely

I also work as a stained glass painter on a freelance basis. Contact me if you would like to discuss a project. Examples of my work can be seen on my website at

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.


I welcome visitors to my workshop during Bucks Open Studios in June ( 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.