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Tas Kyprianou

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.

Photo by Simon Bruntnell

My glass making is informed by my engineering background along with my fascination with: Geometry and Pattern; Science and Nature.

AC Cooper
Simon Bruntnell, 2013

I am an applied artist working mostly in glass as I love its transparency and versatility. I am a material process led maker and I love to experiment and learn new processes. I am currently focussed on kiln casting.
Music and the human form are key elements in my work which has developed through dance, movement, silhouettes and street art. 'Journeys' is a theme I am now focussed on which combines these elements.

Contemporary artist and jeweller, with a fascination for tools and their inherent links to narratives of creation, craft and use. I graduated with a first class honours in Decorative Arts (BA) from Nottingham Trent University in the UK, and since then have been exploring aspects of luxury, purpose, function and craftsmanship heritage. I live and work in Nottingham, UK.

A.Ross

Having worked with Stained Glass for many years,I have recently moved into casting and slumping glass. These processes enable me to develop ideas in a more physical way and take me back to my Fine Art roots.

Rebecca Mae Rowland-Chandler is a third year student at University for the Creative Arts Farnham, taking a BA (hons) in Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery and Metalwork, with her specialism being kiln glass. Her instagram profile is @rebecca.mae.art

Two of her sculptures, Honeystone and Broiling Amber, are displayed at interior design gallery FBC London.

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