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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Karen Liversedge

Thinking and design time are my most important building blocks. They are such an enjoyable part of the creative process!
Colour, form, movement and light are prime motivators in my work.
Newness is my challenge.

Anne-Katrin Purkiss

I am a designer-maker of cast and kiln formed glass. I will be graduating from UCA Farnham in June 2013. My designs come from a wealth of experience in environmental design and archaeology. I make architectural pieces as well as functional and sculptural objects.

Interested in and collector of contemporary glass made in the UK

Lollie LaRouge Hagan

I am a glass artist and also a burlesque entertainer interested in the female body especially sexuality and confidence. My work takes the form of an object in glass and a performance through burlesque. Using properties of glass such as fragility and strength create a bold impact.

Fused Glass Bracelet
Louise Ashton Design

Nathalie, born in France, is the creative force behind Louise Ashton Design. During the 3 years she spent in the US, Nathalie enrolled at the Studio, in Corning (NY). She currently lives in the United Kingdom, where she makes all of her jewellery, emphasizing her flair for color, quality and style.

James Knight Photography

Recently returned to glass making following a BA(hons) degree in Glass at Farnham in the 198os. Alongside developing scuptural forms in clay I have been able to develop my glass making using cast and fused glass.

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