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I am particularly inspired by capturing a moment in time – the second just after a
dandelion clock has been blown by the wind, the joy of children playing on
the beach, the peace of someone just sitting and watching the sea. I love colour
and the vibrancy and joy that they give people.
After a busy life bringing up 4 children, moving with my family from native Holland to Pembrokeshire, Wales and teaching Raja Yoga in these beautiful surroundings, I decided that in Glass Art lay my true vocation. After training at Swansea's Architectural Glass course I set up my own workshop. I love a wide variation of disciplines in Glass.
Lydia specialises in Architectural Stained Glass and 3D-Design in Glass for both exterior and interior contexts. Working with different qualities of light to create contemporary designs that offer glimpses of the natural world through form, colour and texture.
Commissions completed range from private residence to public buildings and places of worship.
Designs and makes glass pieces intended to enhance and bring a soulfulness to the environments that we spend our lives in - both in the private and public arena. Her work includes commissioned as well as non-commissioned pieces. Primarily an architectural glass artist. Also works on a smaller scale producing table top stand alone panels, large plates and bowls.
working life in commercial film making, retired and continued to be fascinated by light and organic shapes.