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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.

Glenn Norwood

Alison Lowry graduated in 2009 with a first class honours degree from the University of Ulster. With a background predominately in stitch, it was during her final year that she started to work with glass and has never looked back since! Her unique sculptures and installations combine Irelands textile heritage with more traditional glass fusing techniques.

Christiaan D. Maas

Designer & Maker from Netherlands.
I came for skills training and found a nice place to be creative, have been here since 2004. :)
My work focuses on the inherent qualities of Glass, transparency and light combined with colour and optics.
I take commissions and am available for demo's and workshops.

Photography by Ward

Flameworked sculptural and blown glass. Classic and contemporary artisan glass with purpose, taking nature and the natural world as inspiration. Glass lighting and chandeliers as well as gifts, jewellery and homewares.

Photography by Steve Dodd

Charlie Macpherson creates unique pieces of hand blown contemporary glass. His approach balances the simplicity of his forms with more complicated use of line and pattern.
He incorporates cane techniques in the blowing process, which are enhanced by polishing to highlight areas of interest. "I enjoy designing work that invites the viewer to look more closely at the intricate details, seeing more than at first glance."
Working with blown glass is a very hands-on experience, and the challenge has always been to make work that uses the natural qualities of light, colour and transparency, creating pieces that are both stimulating and aesthetic.
Charlie exhibits internationally and has pieces in both private and public collections. As well as winning awards for his work, he has completed commissions for a number of major organisations.

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