Find a Glass Artist

Want to find a glass artist?

Perhaps it is someone you have heard about or you want to commission a unique piece of work. maybe you dream of learning a new skill in a workshop setting or perhaps you have a project to offer?

Here is how you can locate details of all our current members.
To browse all members, click the Search button.

  • To filter your selection, select from the drop-down menus.
  • If you know who you are looking for, enter their first name, last name
    or company name in the top search bar.
    Happy Exploring!

If you are a glass artist, membership automatically entitles you to a profile page in this directory, where you can provide a biography, upload photos of your work, list exhibition information and provide details of how people can get in touch. Enhance your artistic visibility!

Artists

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Bernadette Carter  

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Helen Slater Stokes  

My work, by building on new and old technologies, examines how optical illusions can be created and perceived within glass. Pieces explore theories...

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Helen Tiffany  

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Hilary Ruxton  

Always a Maker and Blue Sky Thinker with a career mainly in Primary School Teaching in the UK & overseas; continually inspired by the natural...

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Hilary Hayes  

My starting point was attending fused glass and stained glass day classes. I think I can now call myself an experienced beginner glass artist. ...

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HILARY SHIELDS  

I discovered glass through adult education, following a career in the pharmaceutical industry. I am fascinated with the properties of glass and the...

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Helen Eastham  

Helen Eastham is a glass artist specialising in unique kiln formed vessels, influenced by her native Cornish

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Heather Bolton  

Since starting my studies at De Montfort University, I have found glass to be the medium best suited to me as a designer / maker. I spend many hours...

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Iain Smith  

After more than 30 years in science & engineering, I started learning about kiln formed glass in 2008. I am self-taught, through reading,...

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Eryka Isaak  

Inspired by the trail left by the death of an electron, or the pitted surface of the inside of a copper tank, I continue to explore the diverse...

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