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ulrike preuss

Working in copper foiling, fusing and slumping and glass casting I would like to be able to use a cross range of skills to express any number of ideas and concepts.


From collecting art and working as an air hostess, I focused, after studying art at university, mostly on glass.

Working in my studio in North Wales I create fused and architectural glass

Susan Purser Hope

For most of my career, I ran my Midlands based commercial interior design consultancy specialising in designing and fitting out large hotels, offices, hospitals etc. In 2005, I decided to change direction and returned to Wolverhampton University to study glass making and then established my fused glass studio. Here, I created architectural work but mainly concentrated on developing community projects, using glass to build self-belief and a feeling of well being within hard to reach communities and groups.

I relocated six years ago to North Norfolk to fulfil a lifetime's ambition of living by the sea and set up my new studio in the Belfry Arts Centre in the coastal village of Overstrand and continued carrying out community projects in Norfolk, the Midlands and London. I specialised in working with young children and those living with dementia.

Lesley Pyke

Lesley has been engraving glass professionally in her own business since 1984, both in Africa and in UK. She has had a myriad of clients from all corners of the globe and with many tastes. This is reflected in the art glass that she creates when not working on bespoke commissions. It is varied and offers something for everyone.

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