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Emerald Bejewelled Bowl

Alex R creates glass which is opulent and seductive. She specialises in contemporary glass panels, lightboxes and vessels made to commission for both public and private clients. From sumptuous fused glass bowls to large scale installations of glittering glass, intricate surfaces are the signature style of her work. Alex is currently working on a technique of edge-bonding to exploit the optical ambiguities which arise from the translucency of glass. She is also developing a range of glass vessels for retail.

Photo: Caroline Raffan

My work is kiln-formed, incorporating a range of media from fusing to painting with glass paint and enamels. I also like to use recycled float glass. I have studied at City Lit, Swansea and other short courses, and completed the Postgraduate Professional Certificate at Central St Martins in 2002.

Photo-Marcus Clackson

Inspiration for my work is drawn from the world around me. I explore these observations through kiln formed glass, intricately cutting and layering float glass, drawing and collaging with natural materials, wire and coloured glass to create both abstracted and figurative imagery.

Mark Raynes Roberts

Born in Sutton Coldfield in 1961, he trained under the tutelage of Ronald Pennell at the Birmingham City University, Institute of Art & Design. Since 1982, he has been based in Toronto, Canada, and has established an international clientele, with his work residing in private and corporate art collections around the world. His introspective sculpture focuses on human transcendence and the complex issues that challenge humanity including equality, spirituality, our relationship with the environment, and capacity to have hope in the face of adversity.

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