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Gaynor has been making Gothic Glass and Jewellery for many years now.She has studied the applied arts extensively; finally giving up studying for her degree to commit herself entirely to Moon House Gothic.She works with both kiln-fused glass and sterling silver to produce a stunning array of Jewellery, decorative panels, home ware items and art glass with a distinct 'gothic feel' to them.
I love using texture and colour in my work and am intrigued by the refraction of light. Glass allows me to develop this with a rich diversity. My inspiration comes from natural themes, combining shapes and textures in different layers to draw the observer into the work and to add depth and interest.
Mary has a varied art/craft background with tuition at Nottingham College of Art, Westminster and Hornsea. Six years ago she acquired the basic skills for making pieces of fused glass at Stanton Guildhouse. She has exhibited and sold work at Martin's Gallery in Cheltenham, Hadfield Fine Art, Broadway Modern, Barnbury at Winchcombe and with the Fosseway Artists.
I have recently graduated from studying a MA in Applied Arts specialising in glass at Wolverhampton University, having previously spent two years at the International Glass centre at Dudley College, on a 3D glass course and latterly on the Associateship in glass.
Tony Roberts' artwork often incorporates glass, stained, cast, and laminated with other materials, typically steel and stone. His work is collected and shown internationally in both private and public installations. He works to commission, but also creates a body of original work which may be seen at his studios and gallery on the Welsh borders.
Winner of the Gold Award for Glass in the 2010 'Craft & Design' Magazine Awards, Steve Robinson works in kiln-formed glass. A self-confessed 'colour junkie', he specialises in the use of enamels to create vibrant shades and textures, with much of his work inspired by the coastal setting of his studio where he offers courses in glass fusing.