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After a career in education and public sector consultancy Pat discovered the joy of working with glass. Whilst studying for diplomas at WAES she decided to concentrate on casting, and now works from her small studio at home in North London.

Reclining figure
Jacque Pavlosky

Born in America, lived in England for over 30 years. A lifetime in the arts, visual arts in particular, lover of culture and travel. Tutor - kiln formed glass at Bucks New University 2007-present. Studio assitant - Colin Reid's Glass 2006-present. BA first class Hons in Glass, Buck. and Chilterns Univ. College 2006. Higher Dip in art/design, Amersham College 1992. BA Art/art educ./Humanities, Alma College USA 1974. Art History, Academia de Belle Artes, Perugia, Italy 1973

- Photograph by Alexander Brattell

Colour and light modulation are key aspects in my work, and are explored in multi-layered glass compositions.

I have been working with glass for seven years, concentrating on garden sculptures. My training has been at Stanton Guildhouse, Glostershire. I am now retired and have set up my own studio with kiln in Somerset. Other intrests are printing ,and I would like to combine the two activities in my future works.

Saturn Bowl in Sapphire
Stuart Rayner

Kathryn Pearce is a Scottish glass artist who has been running her own company for 6 years. An alumni of the prestigeous Edinburgh College of Art, she worked with various glass artists around the country before setting up her own studio. She exhibits extensively throughout the UK and Ireland.

Sheila Pearce

The need to make things has always been with me, like a shadow, always present but not always apparent. I now use glass in its many different forms as the main material to express my personal creative vision; the resultant pieces exist somewhere along a fluid boundary between fine art and craft.

Tom Pearman.

My work is presented in a variety of different formats and scales from large commissioned architectural glasswork to screen-print on paper to concept furniture. I have successfully completed a number of large-scale public art projects throughout the country.

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