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Blown Glass, ceramic

I am a collector of objects, as it comes naturally to me as a practitioner; it informs me about the material culture that surrounds us and inspires my making. The objects that I mostly collect are found or hereditary, as often they have a narrative and history of their own behind them - it then becomes a creative process of collecting and making. I study the object’s history & function and reference to them in my making - creating my own personal response to their material culture and qualities.

Grant Parker

I combine my Fused Glass Art with my technical electronics experience as a Chartered Professional Engineer and have developed Smart Light Frames (SLF) for Glass Artists see www.frame-illumination.com . My father was also an exhibiting UK artist.

Lois Parker

Currently studying for an MA Fine Art at Gloucestershire University.

Stoney Parsons

Stoney Parsons is a versatile designer working in a variety of styles from contemporary to traditional. All surface techniques:- acid-etching,sand-blasting,enamels on float glass, printing on glass, lamination, painting and firing and lead.Design of the glass complements the environment and architecture.She is particularly interested in working in the healing environment and the vibration and frequency of colour and how this creates an atmosphere.Also teaches courses in her studio on a country park estate.

photograph Mike Coles

After many years in architecture and teaching Kate is now working in fused and cast glass based at the university of Hertfordshire and in her own studio in north London. Her work shows her interested in the way glass manipulates light and uses this to invoke the life forces in living things

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