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Simon Bruntnell

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.

Introduced in the nineteen eighties to the working of the magically transformative medium of glass by Anthony Stern, who metamorphosed in the fullness of time, by some alchemy inherent in the procedures, into being one of a generous allocation (ten) of half siblings. Works in glass have been included in national collections, and the Corning New Glass review.

I work as a glass artist from my home studio in Coggeshall, Essex. I specialise in small delicate pieces; particularly decorative fused glass platters, often with metal inclusions. I have experience in the full range of glass including cast glass, decorative fused glass, dichroic glass jewellery and glass platters. After obtaining a Dip.HE in art and Design from the Colchester Institute, I achieved a City and Guilds Certificate in Stained Glass and Kiln Formed Glass with Distinction.

Took up playing with glass when I retired as a professional Engineer. I'm working my way through the variety of ways you can create glass images using the different techniques available nowadays. From Leaded panels, printing on the glass, fusing, sand blasting, through to casting.

Ian Blantern

Paul Stopler is a Bristol based glass artist practicing lost-wax kiln-casting. He graduated with an MA in Ceramics and Glass from the Royal College of Art in 2011, before joining Bristol’s Maze Studios in 2013.

First year student studying 3D Design Craft at Plymouth College of Art. Specializing in glass and metals.

David Williams

Dawid is a conceptual artist, working with glass and mix media. He grew up in Poland in the 1980's when the country was emerging from the Communism ideology which had obstructed individuality for over 40 years.
Dawid's work repeatedly returns to the theme of the individual's struggle for freedom from oppression. He explores this theme in the context of sexuality , death, religion and our relationship with our bodies.