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Creative Glass Designer. Design Consultancy and Product Design. My experience has very been enhanced by the understanding and harmony between the beauty and skill of hand-crafted objects and the manufacturing process, aiming to produce pieces that are both cutting edge, tactile, refined and sophisticated. I am also currently carrying out a Phd in Glass, which supports my creative studio practice.

cast glass ,polished, 30x23x47 cm, Balance VII

After working as an electronic engineer and a doctor of medicine I started with my glass education. Now since 20 years as a glass artist I prefere casting and working on big architectural objects often combined with steel.

Photo Nathalie Hanon

After 4 years studies at Federal Arts and Crafts College in Vevey (Switzerland), and a decorator diploma, I lived for 20 years in various countries in Africa and Asia, teaching art and practising various local art techniques. In 1985, I opened my professional glass studio in Southern France

Victoria Scholes

I work with kiln formed glass and mixed media to explore the place where the familiar becomes unfamiliar and the known merges with the unknown. I believe that it is in these spaces that the seeds of transformation are sown and new ways of thinking and being are opened up.

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The Scottish Glass Society is an artist-led, not-for-profit organisation with a mission to champion the work of glass artists in Scotland. It is one of the oldest Glass Society's in Britain. It is a membership organisation of glassmakers, collectors, historians and enthusiasts, which has been in existence for over twenty-eight years. The Society holds meetings to encourage communication between makers and others interested in glass.

Sleeping Beauty's Guardians by Rebecca Seedhouse

Rebecca Seedhouse BSc MA HPGDip. Trained at City & Guilds London Art School in Conservation and Stained Glass, Rebecca Seedhouse is based in London and Cahors, France; she accepts international commissions in gilding, verre eglomisé and stained glass. www.rebeccaseedhouse.com

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