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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 Cenevieres, France; she accepts international commissions in stained glass and gilding. She trained at City & Guilds London Art School in Conservation and Stained Glass. Email 42ro43@freenetname.co.uk
www.rebeccaseedhouse.com

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.

Annette's main inspiration is the glass itself, and its many different facets - reflection, transparency, shadow, opalescence, depth, colour. Its mobility when hot - its fragility when cold. Please look at the website www.glasstastik.co.uk, she employs most of the glass processes and has created a few ranges to provide a signature.

Phil Martin Photography
Photography by Haydn Denman

Ruth works from her studio, based in Cardiff, where she produces a variety of kiln formed, gravity dropped vessels. These vessels create an interplay of light, form and colour that is evocative of the natural world which surrounds us. They take on their own persona and become artworks in their own right as glass sculptures.

I have come to kiln working a little late in life and am self-taught. Through successes and failures (more of the later) I continue to learn. I am also keen on experimenting with new techniques. I suspect my profile will change as my experience grows

Jo Hounsome

The historic garment touched by the lives of women captivates me; hiding in them undisclosed stories of confinement, loss and survival.

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