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Lawrence, Amanda

Opening Pod
Opening Pod
Simon Bruntnell
Sculpture made for Nature in Art British Contemporary Crafts exhibition
Sculpture made for Nature in Art British Contemporary Crafts exhibition
The artist
Wall piece made for Art in Action 2007
Wall piece made for Art in Action 2007
Simon Bruntnell
Glass sculpture for Mme May-Eliane de Lencquesaing, commissioned by the International Wine and Spirit Competition
Glass sculpture for Mme May-Eliane de Lencquesaing, commissioned by the International Wine and Spirit Competition
The artist
Amanda Lawrence

Amanda Lawrence trained in glass design and kiln work at the University of Wolverhampton and the International Glass Centre, Brierley Hill. She is also a Fellow of the Guild of Glass Engravers. She specialises in fused and slumped vessels, sculptures and wall pieces and in making her own kiln formed glass shapes for engraving. She works from her own studio both for exhibition and to commission. Amanda Lawrence's work is inspired largely by the landscape and wildlife of her local area, and by conservation and environmental issues.

Details about work or recent projects

Recent projects include a collaborative exhibition of jewellery and glass sculpture inspired by the beauty of beetles and their interaction with humans.

Technique:
Cold work, Engraving, Kiln work, Painting
Occupation:
Artist
Discipline:
Decorative, Sculptural
Areas of Interest:
Competitions, Conferences, Exhibition