Theo Brooks

Recently showed at the 2022 GAS conference at the Tacoma museum of Glass and this year will be showing again at the British glass biennale.

Sarah Brookman

So far (just two years of immersive working) I have been intent on discovering and mastering the various techniques imperative to successful outcomes. Believing that I surely could only get better I gave away, by the recipients’ choosing, many pieces – this built confidence.
Light refracted and reflected by glass colours is the main intrigue..

Georgia Redpath (Redpath Glass)

My work focuses on pattern and structure in two and three dimensions, from the microscopic scale, through to the environmental. I’m currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Wolverhampton, exploring the potential of a modular approach to moulds and making in kiln cast glass.

Wynn Gardner

Kiln work, Commissions

Tulin Bedri

I have recently completed an MA in Glass in Swansea and come from a background in print-making. I am interested in creating texture on glass using kiln forming techniques, acid etch and sandblast. Referencing the natural world; sand, sea and water I explore themes around ‘roots’ and ‘rootlessness’ in my work.

Henri Potgieter

My background is construction, hence glass and light inspires me creatively besides making noises with a cigar box guitar and at times picking up a few bristles.
My present goal is to create unusual authentic art.

Tim Cunliffe

Emmy Palmer Glass


Chimene Taylor

I have been exploring ways of introducing tapestry weaving in my glass pieces and several of my sculptures are partly woven. This is an area which I plan to develop further.
Covid has had a major impact in my life both personally and professionally. The ‘mask’ is something I live with every day and I felt compelled to portray as a symbol of our lives over the last few years.