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Kate Henderson

Kate taught stained glass for 11 years with the life-long learning department at ECA and now teaches from her workshop in East Lothian. Her exhibition glass has been shown in major shows including the British Glass Biennale and Remarkable Glass at the Contemporary Applied Arts in London. Kate exhibits her paintings regularly in galleries and society shows throughout the country and has won awards for her paintings from the RGI and the RSW.

I make handmade canal inspired fused glass. All my work is created aboard 'The Pod Floating Studio', a 28 foot narrow boat moored on the Chesterfield Canal. My work is influenced by my observations of the nature and environment of the inland waterways.

Katie Green-Mosaic Sculptor

Katie is an established and respected artist based in Worcestershire UK who specialises in two dimensional contemporary glass mosaic sculptures.She encompasses mosaic in the widest possible sense in a very distinctive diverse style. Katie's aim is to create a piece of art that becomes part of the environment in which it is placed.

I live and work in Sheffield. Initially most of my work was almost always made using recycled float glass, often with wire inclusions. I rarely use colour, as I like the simplicity of clear glass and wire - a bit like line drawings.
Since 2014, though still often working with float glass, I have been experimenting with lead crystal. Most of this work comprises lead crystal formed to drape over natural objects such as rock or wood. The qualities of the lead crystal mean that from different viewpoints the rock or wood is either visible or obscured by refractions.

Image Credit: Ester Segarra

Design led glass maker, Michelle Keeling, offers a unique range of contemporary kiln formed products. Producing distinctive sculptural and functional interior accessories, jewellery and wall panels, Michelle's work can be seen in exhibitions and galleries throughout the country. She is also available to work to commission, and has undertaken various corporate, public art and residential commissions.

K Maynard

I am a part time artist and can be found playing with glass every evening after the day job.
I have my glass, tools, kiln, shed, and loads of ideas and am now trying to find more time to turn these ideas into works of art.

Roland Paschhoff

Recent graduate (June 2016) of Contemporary Applied Art, Ceramics, Glass and Textiles from CIT Crawford College of Art and Design in Cork, Ireland.
Awarded Glass Residency at Crawford for academic year 2016/2017
Two pieces currently in group Exhibition Fledglings at the Lavit Gallery Cork
Previous career: senior medical scientist