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Exploring colour, light. Painting, casting, kiln work. Enjoys applying new technology to glass.

Blog: www.making.glass
Shop: http://jonty.tictail.com/

P Stacey

I have had great fun discovering ways of playing with glass, I have been on a few good courses with Warm Glass including a masterclass with Mikyoung Jung. She was a wonderful teacher willing to pass on her incredibly vast knowledge.

Topiary panel
Pippa Stacey

When I started working in glass six years ago, playing with coloured glass and the effects of light on it became an inspiration and compulsion for me. My glasswork is varied, from the magical world of my glass book and its related curiosities, to glass bowls and panels, using printing, hand-painting and etching techniques.

After working in formal settings, with managers, in Blue Chip companies for 30 years Vikki left to explore the wonder of glass. Fusing and casting using colour to make pictures and shapes showing relationships, repititions and layers.

Flower inclusion clusters, 2011

Nicola Steel is a glass designer and maker based in London. She has been working with blown glass for the last 6 years, and with lamp working for 4. Having been employed at glass studios, she is now focused on promoting her own work.

I have been a working designer for 25 years. Today I create fused and enamel-painted glass for display and interior design. These pieces combine decorative, functional and sculptural elements and my work can be seen and commissioned on my own website, davidstephensglassart.co.uk

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