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Recently completed an MA in Design Glass at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Interested in installation and sculptural work. I use glass as a material to express ideas and narratives and to amalgamate digital technologies with traditional craft processes.
Currently undertaking a PGCE whilst teaching at MMU
In her personal practice Joanne produces contemporary one-off sculptural pieces and three dimensional forms in glass that animate ideas through the inherent qualities of the material. Joanne is represented in numerous UK galleries. Her work was sold in Bonham’s ‘Auction of Modern and Contemporary Glass’ in 2009, and was recently acquired by the Shanghai Museum of Glass for their permanent art collection.
Having completed my degree at in 3DD Glass at Farnham I have been exploring further techniques at WAES in London. I have displayed my glass in several Ecclesiastical locations and am continually inspired by their spirituality, dramatic architecture and public accessibility.
I am fascinated by the visual qualities of glass: the interplay between colour, light and translucency and also the sense of movement within thick bodies of glass. Inspired by natural, organic and modular forms, my sculptures arise from memories or feelings associated with some event or experience. The journey of each, from first sketches through to working on the piece itself, allows me to process the thoughts and feelings that were their initial inspiration.