Current Exhibition

“A” Is For Affordable: Glass Artists of CGS, A Selling Show

Artist:Morag Reekie

Photographer:reekie39@googlemail.com

Details: Unique hand made cast glass figurative sculpture using the lost wax and patte de verre technique. Working with glass as my medium is always interesting. Using the lost wax technique I am able to create my own unique forms using wax giving me the capability to sculpt with the detail I require. Casting them in glass makes the forms permanent with the addition of vast range of colours, characteristics and textures that glass provides. I like to add found objects or other props to my work. Transforming them into a piece of art, changing their purpose and giving them a new lease of life. In doing so, I want my pieces of sculpture to tell their own stories. My objective is to inspire thought in the meaning and to make people smile!

Contact: reekie39@googlemail.com

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Artist:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Photographer:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Details: A cosy lockdown retreat created with fused English Antique Glass mounted on a wooden plinth
19 x 24.5 cm

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

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Artist:Priska Jacobs

Photographer:priska.jacobs@yetnet.ch

Details: Handy Butterfly

Contact: priska.jacobs@yetnet.ch

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Artist:Yoshiko Okada

Photographer:yoshikookada@hotmail.com

Details: This piece is called 'Distance Between'.
I often use a bird, or flock of birds as images in my work. This to me represents freedom, and independence, and communication between my concious mind, and unconcious soul, almost like a spiritual messenger.
The other side of this piece has repeated patterns with colours, these graduation of dark orange to yellow reflects and represents warmth and tonality.
But I also imagine that as the colour changes, seasons pass and much is remembered of hidden feelings and emotions, which lie beneath the surface.

Contact: yoshikookada@hotmail.com

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Artist:Tony Caroli

Photographer:Tony Caroli

Details: Kiln formed System 96 glass on hand textured aluminium mounted using hand made aluminium standoffs

Chrysophylax was the name of the dragon who decided to invade the Middle Kingdom where Farmer Giles of Ham lived. Of ancient and imperial lineage, Chrysophylax was rich, cunning, inquisitive, greedy, well-armoured, but not overly bold. He lived in the mountains in a lair with brazen doors set upon great pillars

Size 40cm x 40cm

Price £220 delivered

Contact: tony.caroli@yahoo.co.uk

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Current Exhibition

“A” Is For Affordable: Glass Artists of CGS, A Selling Show

“A” Is For Affordable: Glass Artists of CGS, A Selling Show

“A” Is For Affordable: Glass Artists of CGS, A Selling Show at accessible prices (All work priced from £50 – £500) there is no fee but we would suggest a donation of 10% towards CGS if you make a sale.

Deadline for submission 16th October

 

Launched on:8th October 2020

For info please contact Nicola at:tony.caroli@yahoo.co.uk

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