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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.

Cascade
Photo: Barbara Jorgensen

My aim is to encapsulate movements in nature

Photography - James Mann

Joshua is a Senior Technician on BA(Hons) Contemporary Crafts at Falmouth University and part-time maker specialising in kiln formed glass.

Joshua makes sculptural objects and a range functional glassware. The making process and material language is fundamental to Joshua’s glass and mixed media assemblages. Joshua is interested in the junctions between materials and plays with methods of joining and combining materials. Form, material combinations, pattern and colour are inspired by a variety of sources including; architecture, contemporary design and post industrial landscapes.

Saman Kalantari

Saman Kalantari was born in Shiraz in Iran in 21st of September 1972.​

He got his B.A. in foreign language from Azad university in 1994.​
Saman started working as a ceramic artist since 1992 and has participated in several exhibitions​ both single and group shows.He left his country in 2004 and since then has been living in Italy.
In 2005 he began a two-year course at Vetroricerca Glas & Modern in Bolzano and discovered​ a new medium : “Glass” which was the right material to describe his social experiences of​ life both in Iran and in Europe. In 2007 he got his diploma.
He won the Bullseye "newcomer award from E -merge 2008 in the United States. His works are​ published in Glasshouse,an international magazine for studioglass(glashaus 3/2009) and Neues Glas / New Glass,​ international journal focusing on studio glass No. 3/2011.​
www.samankalantari.com

Taking inspiration from her garden and the Lincolnshire countryside Kate continues to develop her unique method of making glass mosaic mirrors. Her art pieces are guaranteed to become a favourite feature in any garden.

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