We are very pleased to launch our fourth and final Glass Skills Showcase of this year.

These works are transparent and rich pieces that carry the light and convey beauty through colour and luminescence. The works vary from sharp and graphic, to soft and dusky pieces rich in colour.

This aim of the exhibition is to highlight glass students who will graduate this year and inform the public, CGS members, and collectors, of the multifaceted approach that these students take to their personal expression in glass.

This exhibition was held Jan 31st to May 12th 2013

The Contemporary Glass Society is delighted to launch the third Glass Skills Showcase exhibition, this time embued with the exquisite detailing and luxuriant layers of silver and gold leaf.

The CGS is delighted to present the exhibition 'Softly, softly-Part 2'. The exhibition presents a stunning display of work from 5 Artists: Jeffrey Sarmiento, Bruno Romanelli, Galia Amsel, April Surgent and Sylvie Vanderhoucke, all artists have been personally invited by Angela Jarman.

The CGS invited artist Angela Jarman to curate this show, an exhibition of CGS Members that work using Kilnwork.

Angela is a British Kilnwork Artist and more about her work can be found at http://www.angelajarman.com

Fascinating plays of texture and colour link the outstanding glass artists in the latest pop-up exhibition curated by the Contemporary Glass Society.

The unique online show features work by Sabine Little, Jessica Irena Smith, Richard Morrell and George Jackson.

The theme for this show is Mark Making on Glass.

Glass artists make their Mark.

From finely etched lines to emotive gestural flourishes, when artists make their mark in glass, the results are beautiful, surprising and sometimes challenging.

Welcome to our series of pop-up exhibitions of outstanding glass art.

As part of our Glass Skills year of celebration, we’ve launched a series of Cutting Edge Showcases – four online exhibitions that each present the work of four artists.

Our first ever CGS fundraising raffle.

Don’t miss your chance to win fabulous prizes of unique works of art in glass by Colin Reid, Peter Layton, Gillies Jones and Amanda Simmons, and a signed, framed drawing by David Reekie.