Region:South East England
Technique:Casting, Cold work, Kiln work
Discipline:Decorative, Fine art, Sculptural
Areas of Interest:Conferences, Exhibition, Networking
Product:Design/ Functional/ interiors, Fine Art, Sculpture
Over the last 2 decades I have explored many ways of working with glass using different imagery.
The glass ‘Rocky sculptures’ explore the beauty of stone bridges, harbour walls, dry stone walling and rocky outcrops; the blocks of colour echoing the landscape, sea and sky.
My series of sculptures ‘A dialogue at the threshold’ focus on the opening between the interior of a space and the outer form which surrounds it.
In addition I make beautiful cast bowls, using fabric to create highly textured one off pieces highlighted with 23.5ct gold or gold lustre.
It is wonderful to work with a medium which is in every way a match for one’s imagination!
Arched bridge over water , Deborah Timperley
Dry stone wall , Deborah Timperley
Contained dialogue - Dialogue at the threshold , Deborah Timperley
Blue bowl with 23.5ct gold and enamels , Deborah Timperley
Platter - Black flecked with 23.5ct gold and clear glass , Deborah Timperley
Harbour wall , Deborah Timperley
Defining Edge - Dialogue at the threshold , Sylvain Delau
Surface barrier - Dialogue at the threshold , Deborah Timperley
Abstract flower and berry bowl , Deborah Timperley