Find a Glass Artist

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Maxi Oviedo

Ana Laura Quintana is an argentine interior designer. Learning to restore antiques, she came across the glass and since then is her way of expression.
She learned several glass techniques from national and international artists, finally finding that casting and pâte de verre are her favorite ones.
Ana has always felt attracted by the oceans and their life, which are her inevitable inspiration

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.

Kiln glass artist based at the Ruskin Glass Centre in Stourbridge.

David Reekie

I am a figurative fine art sculptor, my main medium is glass and over several years I have developed my own lost wax casting technique. My work is influenced by man's reaction and adaptation to the society in which he lives.

I studied painting at Stourbridge College of Art and Design, which seems a very long time ago now. I have worked in arts administration for over twenty five years. I ran a very busy arts venue from 1985- 2003, the Norwich Arts Centre. During that time I greatly enjoyed enabeling creative people to realise their talents and for audiences to enjoy their creations. In my career, I have very rarely said no to good ideas, there is always a way to see end results.

In 2003 I became the Administrator & Fundraiser for CGS, I have enjoyed working with a dedicated committee to move the organisation forward into the amazing society it is today.