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glass and bone china

Exploring light, colour, shadow and texture.

Colour and glass have always fascinated me. Lampworking combines the two and also gives voice to a drive to create that has enriched my life for many years. I am now semi-retired and can devote more time to developing skills as glassworker and silversmith. Me and my work can be seen at Monton handmade market on the first Saturday of each month.

Since establishing my studio in 1999 my practice has been concerned with glass and its ability to transform space. As an artist I work across a broad range of projects both sculptural and in the public realm. My role varies enormously depending on the piece of work. In some cases I am a maker, curator, consultant or collaborator.

Photograph - Simon Bruntnell

I'm a British glass artist making unique sculptures since 1998 after completing my degree at Farham in Surrey. In 2007 I relocated to The Netherlands, where I continue to make work and exhibit in galleries in Europe & the USA.

Jamie House

I have worked as a cast glass artist for the last five years in the South West of England. I am particularly influenced by the light and movement expressed by marine flora and fauna. I aim to continue to make and exhibit my glass.

Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Emma lives and works in Edinburgh making stained glass windows and fused glass objects. Commissions include work for private homes, churches, schools and businesses. She also teaches part-time courses and one-off workshops.

Jamie House

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