Find a Glass Artist
Welcome to our complete Members Directory where you can find details of all our current members. Joining as a member automatically entitles you to a listing in this Directory, where you can provide a biography, upload photos of your work, list exhibition information and provide details of how people can get in touch.
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Jon Piccolo is the director of Central Scotlands' Local Glass Supplies Shop with a wide range of Bullseye COE90 Fusible Glass, Spectrum Stained Glass and a huge range of tools, consumables and accessories
Showcase Glass is the place to visit if you are interested in anything GLASS:
FUSED GLASS also known as Warm Glass, STAINED GLASS also known as Leaded Glass, BLOWN GLASS and DECORATIVE GLASS.
Alan J Poole is 'Dan Klein Associates', a collector and promoter of British and Irish contemporary glass and a former Director of North Lands Creative Glass. Dan Klein Associates: Over the years we have promoted contemporary glass in numerous ways such as through curating exhibitions, publishing books & exhibition catalogues and, writing previews, reviews & forwards of exhibitions for magazines. These days, I am now primarily, a promoter of British & Irish Contemporary Glass via a monthly news list/letter whilst still occassionally collecting glass. If you wish to be included in the news lists, please send me your exhibition, open studio, fauir or market information (and copy of your c.v., if you haven't already).
Shivashtie is a sculptor and artist working in a variety of media including ceramic, glass, metal, wood, brick and various painting mediums. Shivashtie explores reality and perception and works intuitively, letting materials speak for themselves and combining materials in ways which invite the viewer to question what they see.