Member Directory

Kathleen Mather

Glass is a fantastic medium to work in; it is beautiful and also useful. I enjoy making items that have functional application, that are tactile, and that are good for more than just 'looking at'. Functional. Beautiful. Glass.

I am a Sheffield based glass artist and teacher. The areas I work in are traditional stained glass / Tiffany stained glass and kiln formed glass.

I am studying three dimensional design at Manchester metropolitan university.
I work at The World Of Glass in st helens as a Apprentice glassblower.

Irene McBride

I originally studied printed textile design and after completing a P.G.C.E. I taught Art & Design for a number of years. Consequently I discovered glass and opened my studio, Discovery Glass in County Down in 1990. My work has developed from solely "tiffany" style glass to kiln-formed, fused and stained glass.My creations are very varied, from jewellery to windows and I specialise in commissioned pieces. I offer tuition to small groups of students.

Tony McCabe 2013

My original training was as a designer in glass and ceramics, but as with the best laid plans I ended up working in IT most of my career, both in the UK and abroad. I now have time to look at glass again and can pretend to be a designer once more, trying to develop a technique with the paperweights that gives me some consistancy and ability to reproduce the form and textural qualities. It will never happen, but I enjoy a challenge.

I studied Architectural Stained Glass at Swansea finishing in 95. Since leaving I have worked with different studios and gained valuble experience. I now work designing and making my own work for public and private spaces. I like to work in a painterly and semi abstract style.

Christopher McElhatton is an artist working in Suffolk, his studio is located between Aldringham and Thorpeness and he has exhibited his work in East Anglia and London. He also accepts commissions.

Pages