Find a Glass Artist

Welcome to our complete Members Directory where you can find details of all our current members. Joining as a member automatically entitles you to a listing in this Directory, where you can provide a biography, upload photos of your work, list exhibition information and provide details of how people can get in touch.

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Arabella Marshall

Designs and makes glass pieces intended to enhance and bring a soulfulness to the environments that we spend our lives in - both in the private and public arena. Her work includes commissioned as well as non-commissioned pieces. Primarily an architectural glass artist. Also works on a smaller scale producing table top stand alone panels, large plates and bowls.

Blue Body'09 10x8 cm
Bill Marshall

working life in commercial film making, retired and continued to be fascinated by light and organic shapes.

Alison Martin

Having retired from a varied career in planning and conservation I entered the exciting world of glass art and set up my studio in 2009. I work from Penarth, on the coast of the Vale of Glamorgan where I have lived for over 30 years. My main inspirations come from the natural world of seacapes and gardens. I particularly love the three-dimentional qualities of kiln-formed glass and my work includes scenes and plaques as well as tableware and jewellery.

Colin Davison

I use predominantly hot glass to create factual and imagined objects that often take the form of individual pieces or collections of curiosities. Inspiration comes from many sources. Personal experiences, peculiar facts, elaborate hoaxes and more recently, voyages of discovery, endeavour and exploration all help to inform, whilst a passion for both traditional craft skills and innovative new technologies play an important part in the execution of the work.

Photo: Matthew Booth

My work explores connection and memory. It is strongly influenced by nature and technology. Natural elements, geometry, colour and texture are essential. To me, a piece is successful when someone feels the need to touch or study the work, deep in thought and memory - making a connection.

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