Scott Benefield has been involved in the field of studio glass for over 25 years as a glassblower, writer and workshop leader. He has taught cane techniques at Pilchuck, Penland, Haystack and at numerous universities in the US and abroad. In 2011 he was given the Lifetime Membership Award by the Glass Art Society.
Since childhood a passion for art has driven me to experiment with a variety of media finally concentrating on glass. For 8 years I worked in repair and conservation work simultaneously developing skills in other glass related sectors. I teach traditional lead and copper foiling, fusing, mosaic and glass painting techniques.
Beveridge works from her studio on architectural commissions, installations and sculpture in glass. She has exhibited and taught in Europe and the United States and co-authored two books on kiln-formed glass and mosaic. In 2003 she won the New Talent Prize in the Jutta Cuny-Franz Memorial Award, for sculpture in glass.
Organiser of the twice-yearly National Glass Fair and the new glass fair at Knebworth House. These specialist events feature around 80 exhibitors selling antique and collectable glass alongside contemporary glass artists showing their own work.
History lies around us
Memories lie within us
Both are moments in time
Some are ephemeral; some are carved in our souls
At Alx Creations I endeavour to hold those memories and the emotions they evoke, in beautiful, handcrafted glass. I work on a range of pieces from architectural glass and public art to smaller works of art for the home and jewellery. I am also available to create bespoke pieces for a range of customers and run one to one workshops.
Andrew is a Reading, UK based glass artist who trained for 2 years on the PGC Glass course at Central Saint Martins. He now works in traditional stained glass and modern kiln-formed techniques. Both private individuals and public organisations commission Andrew to design and make architectural glass windows which are beautiful and practical. He also produces innovative fused glassware such as bowls, plates and more sculptural items.
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