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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.

photograph by PETER MEHTA

Art in all its forms has always interested me and for the glass work I produce, I derive my inspiration from life in general. The more I learn about the various glass techniques, the more I want to learn

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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.

Carla Sealey

Applied Artist working in Ceramics, Glass and Jewellery.

Matteo Seguso

Born in Murano in 1973, since then I live and I work in the island of glass. I have inherited the art of glass engraving by my Father Bruno in 1999. I collaborate with Lino Tagliapietra for his cold work. Elected “Associate Fellow” of The Guild of the Glass Engravers of London in August 2016, I give engraving/cold work class worldwide. Currently I’m present in exhibitions at the Murano Museum of Glass.

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