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S. Bruntnell
Final Solution

I screen print with ceramic enamels on glass which is then fused. Included in the glass is text often as hidden or secret text. My personal artwork is as Caravan of Dreams ( and my architectural glasswork as Glass River (

Julie Light

I make sculpture in glass and other media. My work ranges from abstract forms that capture and contrast light through the use of various and multiple textures to mixed media pieces that reflect her interests in anatomy, body and medical imaging.

Karen Lilley

I trained initially at Queens Road School of Art in leaded light work. In 2010 I undertook a year of part time study at Liquid Glass in glass craft covering cast, hot and warm glass and cold-working. I have undertaken a number of master-classes since then and am always seeking to develop my practice.

Jane Littlefield

Jane Littlefield is a stained glass artist based in the Peak District. She has a BA Hons Degree in Fine Art. She with stained glass to create contemporary installations. Jane has also worked on lots of projects with schools and community groups to design and make stained glass windows for their buildings.

VEE 2016

Glass delights me with its colours, textures and versatility. I aim to explore and challenge my boundaries by creating intriguing, fascinating and perplexing objects to enchant and amuse; some of which may even prove useful.

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.

Attracted to the vibrant colours and translucency of Bullseye glass, I began fusing glass five years ago. I now make jewellery and tableware, and artworks inspired by the varied landscapes of the Vale of Glamorgan.

Simon Bruntnell

I am currently Artist in Residence at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. During my residency I am further developing my MA work and beginning to create a new body of work. This work is informed by my previous career as an archaeologist.