Technique:Kiln work, Leaded and stained, Other


Discipline:Decorative, Functional, Jewellery

Areas of Interest:Exhibition, Workshops


Lynda Addison

I am an artist working primarily in glass. I also make mixed media art using my own photographs and monoprints. My passion for glass began in my first Finnish winter; after months in a black and white world I wanted colour and I found it working with stained glass. Since then I have taken every opportunity to study and work with glass (hot, warm and cold), using many different techniques. The variety in my work reflects this. See,

I have exhibited my art every year since 2006.
My creative impulse comes “from the heart” – my unique works often have a story behind them, or are inspired by Finnish nature. I was delighted to exhibit in the Finnish Glass Museum’s centenary exhibition, May to November 2017, when 100 glass objects and their stories celebrated Finland’s 100 years of Independence.
As I am always eager to try something new, my portfolio is always expanding.
“Celestial Bodies” 23.08 – 28.09.2019 Contemporary Glass Society @International Festival of Glass  Ruskin Glass Centre, Stourbridge UK
”TIFFANS ry – 25 years ” 11.08 – 29.09.2019 Tiffans Ry@ Ravintola Kappelissa, Esplanadinpuisto, Helsinki, Finland
“HIAA Summer Exhibition” 19.06 – 07.07.2019 Helsinki International Artists’ Association @ Galleria Kookos, Runeberginkatu 17, Helsinki, Finland

We Will Always Have Paris, Tiffans Ry 25 Years Exhibition 2019 , Johnny Korkman

Sea Shells at FINNISH GLASS MUSEUM 2017. , Finnish Glass Museum

Echoes, Exhibition Caisa Cultural Centre Helsinki, 2015 , Johnny Korkman

O the Opal and the Sapphire of that Wandering Western Sea, NATURALLY exhibition 2012 , Johnny Korkman

Blown Away , Lynda Addison

Midsummer Bonfire, from TALES exhibition 2007 , Johnny Korkman

Leaf Green , Johnny Korkman

Coral Garden, FROM THE HEART exhibition 2008 , Lynda Addison

Touch of a Butterfly. The title comes from the Haiku poem by Kawahigashi Hekigoto (1873-1937) Asbestos Art Space, Helsinki, 6-8.11.2020. , Johnny Korkman