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An activity that began like part of my work in art-therapy has become along the years a way of living
A path where technique is essential and constantly improved thanks to the best professors. A path which leads me to the creation of pieces of art showing the moment I live and reflecting the constant search of purity of lines, textures and light.
A moment for creation to offer pieces of work standing beautiful by themselves as well as modifying the place where they stand or a person´s outfit.
Johannes von Stumm received his diploma in Fine Art from the Academy in Munich/Germany in 1988. He became a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors in 2003 and was elected President of the Society from 2009 to 2012.He is the President of the Oxford Artist Society, the Chair of Open Studios in West Berkshire and North Hampshire, a member of the 'Deutsche KuenstlerBund'in Berlin, Germany and a founding member of the European organisation Sculpture Network. He has given lectures at Schools, Universities and Colleges and has exhibited his work worldwide.
I studied three dimensional design at Berkshire College of Art & Design and after a career in commercial design returned to my love of kiln formed glass
Andrea Walsh is an artist based in Edinburgh. She studied fine art before completing a masters degree in glass at ECA, and set up her studio in 2005. Andrea's work is included in private and public collections worldwide, these include the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, and National Museums Scotland in Edinburgh.