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Born and raised in Munich, Germany, Heike Brachlow received her BA in 2004 from the University of Wolverhampton, her MA in 2006 and her PhD in 2012 from the Royal College of Art in London. She primarily works as a self-employed artist from her studio at Parndon Mill, and as an educator, teaching glass in London and at various summer schools.
I used to write and illustrate children's books, ten years ago I changed to fusing glass. I wish I had discovered it before! It gives me immense pleasure.
Practicing as both architects and glass artists, we develop innovative projects that focus on the hybrid of these two areas on scales from the micro to the mega. We include a range of interactive technology including sound and light and provide an innovative approach to structural and integrated work.
It is not until we have seen the darkness that we can truly appreciate the beauty of the light.
I am an artist (www.juliabritton.co.uk) and art psychotherapist (www.thetuliptree.org.uk) based in Northamptonshire, UK. My identity as an artist is very much grounded in my training as an art psychotherapist. Each series of fused glass work is a focused exploration of emotional experiences, theoretical or philosophical concepts related to my experience of life and of art psychotherapy.
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The elegant Regency facade of this Grade II listed building, contrasting with a modern all-glass pavilion, provides a clue as to the charming experience awaiting visitors - a glass collection full of historic skill and contemporary beauty set within an attractive building. A wide range of fascinating objects are on display, from modern sculptures to industrial equipment from the Victorian era. A well-stocked gift shop and live glassmaking in the hot glass studio complete the visit.