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David Mola studio takes commissions on architectural glass (both contemporary and traditional), and restoration and repairs of all classes of stained glass.
David Mola's studio is as well dedicated to design and manufacture objects made of glass, from sculptures and glass walls to jewellery, tableware or lighting.
David also runs stained glass workshops.
I am a lampwork bead artist based in Staffordshire, trading under the name of Rowanberry Designs or Rowanberry Glass Art. I try to see the bead as more than just something to make jewellery from but a work of art in itself, approaching each bead as if it was a wearable painting or sculpture.
I am an Edinburgh based sculptor working primarily in the mediums of glass and ceramics. I explore the simplicity of form in combination with pattern and surface texture to explore ideas relating to the human condition. I specialise in casting and engraving techniques. I have just completed my MFA (distinction) in Glass at Edinburgh College of Art and I have exhibited internationally.
The work explores the concept of being in a place; what emotions are felt, what is experienced, and how the abstraction of this understanding can be transmuted into images on glass.
An ongoing intimate exploration of Carmarthenshire and the Brecon Beacons informs the work. Personal reflection and observation is what the mark making is about, what it will become.
Working in Edinburgh, her work explores much glass making techniques, as well as exploring her ideas through other materials and media.The key concept to her practice is a sense of place that had been developed through research and workshops. Glass is the material that evokes inspirations from intangible sources like memory.
She has developed successful public art projects in hospitals and public areas in the UK. www.keikomukaide.com