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I started experimenting with glass in 2008 after visiting a glass bead making studio on the west coast of Ireland, I was immediately drawn to the fluid purity of molten glass. My creations are small scale sculptures and art glass beads that are often inspired by nature and ancient Irish culture.
Originally trained as a medical illustrator, Nancy is now an engraver specialising in figurative subjects. Work ranges in scale from small crystal blocks, vessels and sculptures to large wall mounted pieces, often incorporating gold leaf. Nancy is developing an individual style, and is interested in experimentation. She is pursuing a contemporary approach to engraving using traditional skills and techniques and is an elected Fellow of the Guild of Glass Engravers.
Designed and made in North Wales from mouth blown clear and coloured glass collaged and kiln worked. Also hot glass sculptural pieces with bronze additions Exhibited throughout the UK, Holland, Germany, New York and Japan. He has work in the collection of the Museum of Arts and Crafts Hamburg, Germany.
MA Studies in Hot Glass at Wolverhampton University 2013.
Born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tali Grinshpan earned a B.A. and M.A. in Business and Psychology from Tel Aviv University. In 2004, Tali moved from Israel to the USA: she currently resides in Walnut Creek, California.
Since 2011 Tali has studied glass by taking workshops at Bullseye Glass, Pilchuck School of Glass, The Studio at Corning and Pittsburgh Glass Center.