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I have lived and worked in and around the Derbyshire Peak district and South Yorkshire all my life. The Peak districts constant changing views and spectacular scenery throughout the seasons has always given me inspiration for my art and glass work. The pure light, wonderful shadows, large vistas and stunning sunsets are reflected in the choice of colours of glass in my work.

Judith Menges - Transparent Images - Glass Art Designs

Judith Menges -- Glass Art Designs - www.transparentimages.com

Judith produces an innovative & sculptural range of Wall-hanging Glass Art Panels, Triptychs & large Glass Art' Bowls.
Her on-going experimentation's with new glass techniques and textures, has led her into producing an ever changing, exclusive range of wall hanging and functional kiln-formed 'Glass Art'.

Clive Howard

Designer and Maker
Glassblowing studio with extensive cold working facilities.
Tableware, Lighting
Bespoke work for clients

I am new to glass fusion etc and looking forward to being able to produce cabochons to include in my jewellery work

Photo Colin Rennie

Joanne's work explores the metaphorical qualities of air and glass, often incorporating the human form. Her practice combines the innovative use of waterjet cutting and kiln-forming to control the form of air entrapment within the internal space of glass for personal expression, a technique she developed during her PhD research. Her work is currently in the collections of the Shanghai Museum of Glass and the Alexander Tutsek-Stitftung Foundation, Germany.

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.

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