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Lisa Naas

In her post-graduate work at Edinburgh College of Art, Lisa is focusing on designs in time, exploiting the contradictory properties of glass, to study human relationships through the use of interdisciplinary collaborations and new media combinations. Formerly based in New England, USA, Lisa's background boasts a fifteen year professional career in arts administration, including work with the Tanglewood Music Festival.

Photo: Octavian Mîță & Camelia Neagu-Cogalniceanu

Bespoke chandeliers, glass sculptures and glass blowing. Neil is a key figure in glassmaking since graduating in 1981. His specialist skills use both traditional and modern techniques creating unique, opulent & striking sculptures for interior design and outside projects throughout the UK and worldwide. Single pieces and large-scale work. Specialist glass making projects also undertaken.

Anne specialises in painting on glass which is then fused to create practical pieces for the home. Her work is inspired by the Cotswold countryside such as the lavender fields and the Gloucester Old Spot pig but she has also done commission pieces varying from pets to hummingbirds.

Running With Light To The Source.
Photograph by Dave Smith

Neon Workshops was set up in 2008 with an aim to expose, explore and teach neon as a method of expression and cultural production, as well as hoping to challenge common expectations of the material. Ideally located between Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Henry Moore Institute and the newly opened Hepworth Wakefield Gallery, Neon Workshops is the only arts organisation in Europe and Scandinavia to offer the general public a neon education, and exhibition programme as well as facility hire.

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