Current Exhibition

“FOOTHOLD”

Current Exhibition

“FOOTHOLD”

A CGS online exhibition of Architectural Installations.

20 CGS members were selected, to submit one photo of work selected by the CGS board.

The theme for the show was for work to architectural and of work that had to principally be installed within an interior.

Thank you to all those that submitted work.

The exhibition was launched on the 18th Sept 2016

Launched on:18th September 2016



Artist:Kate Pasvol

Email:Mike Coles

Description: Artist: Kate Pasvol
silver birch architectural panel
Photographer: photograph Mike Coles
Details: A fused glass architectural panel
This piece has been incorporated into a kitchen design to create a splash back to a cooker hob.

Contact: www.katepasvol.co.uk

Contact: www.katepasvol.co.uk

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Artist:Disha Trivedi

Description: Artist: Disha Trivedi
Sailing through
Blown glass, 2016 , sculptural work
Date made – 18/06/2016

Country or Origin : India

Contact: dishaa_seth@outlook.com

Contact: dishaa_seth@outlook.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:DEANNE MANGOLD

Email:Karl Morgan

Description: Artist: DEANNE MANGOLD
Jewel in the Collection
Photographer: Karl Morgan
Short description of piece. This handmade chandelier has a hundred Pate de Vere and water jet cut glass leaves, the armature is formed from copper piping.

The work is suspended from an moving hook on the gantry above the position of the rolling bed for the original Swansea copper works.

In 1890 this was the longest industrial building and is world famous for its copper production.

Today the building houses ‘The Swansea’s Museum Collection’.

The chandelier is used to create a hidden gem to be discovered amongst all the exhibits on show.

Date made Installed: September 2015

Contact: deanne@ntlworld.com 07951536372

Contact: 07951536372

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Fabrizia Bazzo

Email:F. Bazzo

Description: Artist: Fabrizia Bazzo
St Bede's
Photographer: F. Bazzo
Details: About 2m x 5m - Screen printed, with acid etched antique glass pieces bonded on inner side of the window
Feature window for the Prayer Room at St Bede’s RC High School in Blackburn

Contact: glass@fabriziabazzo.co.uk www.fabriziabazzo.co.uk

Contact: glass@fabriziabazzo.co.uk www.fabriziabazzo.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Adam Aaronson (Maker)

Email:Emma Roberts (photo)

Description: Artist: Adam Aaronson (Maker)
New Dawn by Mary Branson
Photographer: Emma Roberts (photo)
Details: 6m x 4m Installed at Westminster Hall June 2016
New Dawn.
Artist :Mary Branson,
Maker: Adam Aaronson.
Photographer: Emma Brown.

Contact
Adam Aaronson 01483 375035
adam@adamaaronson.com

Contact: Adam Aaronson 01483 375035

Contact: 01483 375035

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Marilyn Foulkes Griffiths

Description: Artist: Marilyn Foulkes Griffiths
Sea of Butterflies
The commission was undertaken for a private new build house in Swansea. The Client requested the theme of butterflies. The glass was worked by sandblasting and silver stain. The majority of the glass is English Antique, chosen for its rich colouring and irregular surface thus creating interesting light play. Lambert’s glass makes up about 20% of the Windows. The Windows are situated above and to each side of the main front door to the house, facing a boundary wall hence the choice of colours. The work is double glazed.

Contact: Marilyn Foulkes Griffiths marigriff@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: marigriff@hotmail.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Louise Watson

Email:Louise Watson

Description: Artist: Louise Watson
The Camel Estuary
Photographer: Louise Watson
Details: Toughened and kilnformed glass panels with sandblasted detail. 3M (h) x 0.5M (w) each panel.
The design was inspired by the North Cornish coast line and the colours of the land and sea scapes of the area.
Location: Rock, Cornwall, UK.

Contact: louise@louisewatson.co.uk

Contact: louise@louisewatson.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Malvina Middleton

Email:Koudelka

Description: Artist: Malvina Middleton
TRI ANGEL
Photographer: Koudelka
mold melted glass,partly polished,acid etched

Contact: malvinamiddleton@ymail.com

Contact: malvinamiddleton@ymail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Sue Burne

Description: Artist: Sue Burne
"Parable of the Sower" Church of St Thomas a Beckett, Clapham, Bedfordshire
Details: Drill engraved 3 panel vestry window on low iron glass with some acid paste texturing approximately 2 metres wide
The brief was to use imagery to tell the story of the Parable of the Sower with the actual church engraved in the background. The Sower was to be enigmatic as He is often depicted as Christ himself. The design needed to give privacy to the upper room above a new vestry so had to cover a lot of glass. The LED lighting helps with privacy and enhances the 3D effects of the quite deep intaglio engraving.

Contact: sueburneart@gmail.com

Contact: sueburneart@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jonathan Spiller

Description: Artist: Jonathan Spiller
Titanic Memorial Window (sample)
Details: 450 x 450mm, coloured powders on clear glass, sandblasting
This sample was made for the 2016 Stevens Competition. The window at St Mary's Southampton is designed to be a memorial to the 550 southampton crew lost in the Titanic Disaster. All 550 names appear in the design. The bird and the man are symbols of hope, and loss, and are shown on one of the lifeboats. The lifeboat design is taken directly from the original blueprint for the Titanic lifeboats.
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Wendy Newhofer

Email:Wendy Newhofer

Description: Artist: Wendy Newhofer
Trailing leaves
Photographer: Wendy Newhofer
Details: Panel above bathroom door, 74 x 20 cm
Float glass panel with inclusions of copper, silver and aluminium leaf and wire.

Contact: wendynewhofer@hotmail.com

Contact: wendynewhofer@hotmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Geraldine McLoughlin

Description: Artist: Geraldine McLoughlin
Seascape 7
Details: Triptych for private commission
Bullseye glass in layers with inclusions and studio made frit
Each panel is 60 x 20 cms
Aluminium fixings - artists own design
The sea has a foothold on our shores, constantly changing the coastline according
to climatic conditions and the gravity of the moon.

Contact: geraldine@liquidrock.gallery

Contact: geraldine@liquidrock.gallery

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:wrenglassworks.co.uk

Description: Artist: wrenglassworks.co.uk
Honeycomb - Radiotherapy Department, Colchester General Hospital
Commission for radiotherapy department, 2 murals and signage, The imagery within the light box honeycomb cells on the entranceway describes the local history and culture of the Colchester in a timeline, the second mural describes the nature and wildlife of the surrounding area. Materials used: up-cycled float glass , oak frames and led lights.

Date Made : October 2014
more images of installation please go to www.wrenglassworks.co.uk

Contact: info@jenniferannebrown.co.uk / jennysharp70@hotmail.com

Contact: info@jenniferannebrown.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Pippa Beveridge

Email:Pippa Beveridge

Description: Artist: Pippa Beveridge
Light and glass installation for the Can Xarina restaurant in Catalonia, Spain
Photographer: Pippa Beveridge
Details: A series of over 40 light boxes situated along two facing walls.
Fused glass panels with an oak leaf motif emblematic of the native trees in the
mountain region behind Barcelona. The client requested a subtle light source to complement
the cave-like interior of the restaurant.

Contact: www.philippabeveridge.com

Contact: www.philippabeveridge.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Email:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Description: Artist: Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Window of Peace
Photographer: Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Details: St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Colinton, Edinburgh
Depicting the moment when the stormy sea becomes miraculously calm,
this window is about peace beyond understanding.

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:George F Jackson

Email:G.Jackson

Description: Artist: George F Jackson
'Catching a Moment in Time'
Photographer: G.Jackson
Details: Large stained, fused, painted and lustred glass leaded window.
The window celebrates all those things in life that are momentary.
The blink of an eye, the fall of an autumn leaf, the flight of a bird,
and the formation of a rainbow etc.

Contact: gfjglass@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: gfjglass@hotmail.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Juliet Forrest

Email:Juliet Forrest

Description: Artist: Juliet Forrest
Horsleygate Border Window
Photographer: Juliet Forrest
Details: Stained glass window painted using traditional kiln fired paints, enamels and silver stains. Dimensions: width 58 x Height 110cm approx
A window commissioned for Horsleygate Hall in Holmesfield, Derbyshire.
The window is inspired by the beautiful gardens at the hall,
which are open to the public during summer
www.horsleygatehall.co.uk

Contact: jjjartwork@outlook.com

Contact: jjjartwork@outlook.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Haley Haddow

Email:Ester Segarra

Description: Artist: Haley Haddow
"In the Presence of Another World"
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Kiln formed glass panel, in aluminium casing - 70x70cm
Kiln-formed glass wall panel designed to showcase a relationship between structure, space and shape.
Inspiration comes from the composition of line and colour found in abstract expressionism and from the visionary designs of the late architect Zaha Hadid.

Contact: info@theglassdominion.com

Contact: info@theglassdominion.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:BRETTMANLEY

Email:BRETTMANLEY

Description: Artist: BRETTMANLEY
BLUE GLASSSCAPE.
Photographer: BRETT MANLEY
Details: 28 X 32 METER EXTERNAL INSTALLATION OF BLUE RECYCLED GLASS.
BLUE GLASSSCAPE. 28 X 32 METERS OF 32 TONNES OF RECYCLED GLASS. INSPIRED BY THE LOCAL
RANGE OF RECYCLING INDUSTRIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY.
COMMISIONED BY THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON & CHELSEA.

Contact: info@brettmanley.co.uk

Contact: info@brettmanley.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Martin Cheek

Email:Martin Cheek

Description: Artist: Martin Cheek
Pole vaulter
Photographer: Martin Cheek
Details: Title: Pole vaulter: Glass Fusions and Vitrous Glass
Description:The brief for this commission was to highlight the 2012 Olympic games.
I chose to show a pole vaulter because it is aspirational - one can reach the highesrt heights if you try!

Contact: Martin Cheek

Contact: Martin Cheek

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Kate Pasvol

Email:Mike Coles

Description: Artist: Kate Pasvol
silver birch architectural panel
Photographer: photograph Mike Coles
Details: A fused glass architectural panel
This piece has been incorporated into a kitchen design to create a splash back to a cooker hob.

Contact: www.katepasvol.co.uk

Contact: www.katepasvol.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Disha Trivedi

Description: Artist: Disha Trivedi
Sailing through
Blown glass, 2016 , sculptural work
Date made – 18/06/2016

Country or Origin : India

Contact: dishaa_seth@outlook.com

Contact: dishaa_seth@outlook.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:DEANNE MANGOLD

Email:Karl Morgan

Description: Artist: DEANNE MANGOLD
Jewel in the Collection
Photographer: Karl Morgan
Short description of piece. This handmade chandelier has a hundred Pate de Vere and water jet cut glass leaves, the armature is formed from copper piping.

The work is suspended from an moving hook on the gantry above the position of the rolling bed for the original Swansea copper works.

In 1890 this was the longest industrial building and is world famous for its copper production.

Today the building houses ‘The Swansea’s Museum Collection’.

The chandelier is used to create a hidden gem to be discovered amongst all the exhibits on show.

Date made Installed: September 2015

Contact: deanne@ntlworld.com 07951536372

Contact: 07951536372

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Fabrizia Bazzo

Email:F. Bazzo

Description: Artist: Fabrizia Bazzo
St Bede's
Photographer: F. Bazzo
Details: About 2m x 5m - Screen printed, with acid etched antique glass pieces bonded on inner side of the window
Feature window for the Prayer Room at St Bede’s RC High School in Blackburn

Contact: glass@fabriziabazzo.co.uk www.fabriziabazzo.co.uk

Contact: glass@fabriziabazzo.co.uk www.fabriziabazzo.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Adam Aaronson (Maker)

Email:Emma Roberts (photo)

Description: Artist: Adam Aaronson (Maker)
New Dawn by Mary Branson
Photographer: Emma Roberts (photo)
Details: 6m x 4m Installed at Westminster Hall June 2016
New Dawn.
Artist :Mary Branson,
Maker: Adam Aaronson.
Photographer: Emma Brown.

Contact
Adam Aaronson 01483 375035
adam@adamaaronson.com

Contact: Adam Aaronson 01483 375035

Contact: 01483 375035

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Marilyn Foulkes Griffiths

Description: Artist: Marilyn Foulkes Griffiths
Sea of Butterflies
The commission was undertaken for a private new build house in Swansea. The Client requested the theme of butterflies. The glass was worked by sandblasting and silver stain. The majority of the glass is English Antique, chosen for its rich colouring and irregular surface thus creating interesting light play. Lambert’s glass makes up about 20% of the Windows. The Windows are situated above and to each side of the main front door to the house, facing a boundary wall hence the choice of colours. The work is double glazed.

Contact: Marilyn Foulkes Griffiths marigriff@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: marigriff@hotmail.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Louise Watson

Email:Louise Watson

Description: Artist: Louise Watson
The Camel Estuary
Photographer: Louise Watson
Details: Toughened and kilnformed glass panels with sandblasted detail. 3M (h) x 0.5M (w) each panel.
The design was inspired by the North Cornish coast line and the colours of the land and sea scapes of the area.
Location: Rock, Cornwall, UK.

Contact: louise@louisewatson.co.uk

Contact: louise@louisewatson.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Malvina Middleton

Email:Koudelka

Description: Artist: Malvina Middleton
TRI ANGEL
Photographer: Koudelka
mold melted glass,partly polished,acid etched

Contact: malvinamiddleton@ymail.com

Contact: malvinamiddleton@ymail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Sue Burne

Description: Artist: Sue Burne
"Parable of the Sower" Church of St Thomas a Beckett, Clapham, Bedfordshire
Details: Drill engraved 3 panel vestry window on low iron glass with some acid paste texturing approximately 2 metres wide
The brief was to use imagery to tell the story of the Parable of the Sower with the actual church engraved in the background. The Sower was to be enigmatic as He is often depicted as Christ himself. The design needed to give privacy to the upper room above a new vestry so had to cover a lot of glass. The LED lighting helps with privacy and enhances the 3D effects of the quite deep intaglio engraving.

Contact: sueburneart@gmail.com

Contact: sueburneart@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jonathan Spiller

Description: Artist: Jonathan Spiller
Titanic Memorial Window (sample)
Details: 450 x 450mm, coloured powders on clear glass, sandblasting
This sample was made for the 2016 Stevens Competition. The window at St Mary's Southampton is designed to be a memorial to the 550 southampton crew lost in the Titanic Disaster. All 550 names appear in the design. The bird and the man are symbols of hope, and loss, and are shown on one of the lifeboats. The lifeboat design is taken directly from the original blueprint for the Titanic lifeboats.
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Wendy Newhofer

Email:Wendy Newhofer

Description: Artist: Wendy Newhofer
Trailing leaves
Photographer: Wendy Newhofer
Details: Panel above bathroom door, 74 x 20 cm
Float glass panel with inclusions of copper, silver and aluminium leaf and wire.

Contact: wendynewhofer@hotmail.com

Contact: wendynewhofer@hotmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Geraldine McLoughlin

Description: Artist: Geraldine McLoughlin
Seascape 7
Details: Triptych for private commission
Bullseye glass in layers with inclusions and studio made frit
Each panel is 60 x 20 cms
Aluminium fixings - artists own design
The sea has a foothold on our shores, constantly changing the coastline according
to climatic conditions and the gravity of the moon.

Contact: geraldine@liquidrock.gallery

Contact: geraldine@liquidrock.gallery

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:wrenglassworks.co.uk

Description: Artist: wrenglassworks.co.uk
Honeycomb - Radiotherapy Department, Colchester General Hospital
Commission for radiotherapy department, 2 murals and signage, The imagery within the light box honeycomb cells on the entranceway describes the local history and culture of the Colchester in a timeline, the second mural describes the nature and wildlife of the surrounding area. Materials used: up-cycled float glass , oak frames and led lights.

Date Made : October 2014
more images of installation please go to www.wrenglassworks.co.uk

Contact: info@jenniferannebrown.co.uk / jennysharp70@hotmail.com

Contact: info@jenniferannebrown.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Pippa Beveridge

Email:Pippa Beveridge

Description: Artist: Pippa Beveridge
Light and glass installation for the Can Xarina restaurant in Catalonia, Spain
Photographer: Pippa Beveridge
Details: A series of over 40 light boxes situated along two facing walls.
Fused glass panels with an oak leaf motif emblematic of the native trees in the
mountain region behind Barcelona. The client requested a subtle light source to complement
the cave-like interior of the restaurant.

Contact: www.philippabeveridge.com

Contact: www.philippabeveridge.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Email:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Description: Artist: Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Window of Peace
Photographer: Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Details: St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Colinton, Edinburgh
Depicting the moment when the stormy sea becomes miraculously calm,
this window is about peace beyond understanding.

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:George F Jackson

Email:G.Jackson

Description: Artist: George F Jackson
'Catching a Moment in Time'
Photographer: G.Jackson
Details: Large stained, fused, painted and lustred glass leaded window.
The window celebrates all those things in life that are momentary.
The blink of an eye, the fall of an autumn leaf, the flight of a bird,
and the formation of a rainbow etc.

Contact: gfjglass@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: gfjglass@hotmail.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Juliet Forrest

Email:Juliet Forrest

Description: Artist: Juliet Forrest
Horsleygate Border Window
Photographer: Juliet Forrest
Details: Stained glass window painted using traditional kiln fired paints, enamels and silver stains. Dimensions: width 58 x Height 110cm approx
A window commissioned for Horsleygate Hall in Holmesfield, Derbyshire.
The window is inspired by the beautiful gardens at the hall,
which are open to the public during summer
www.horsleygatehall.co.uk

Contact: jjjartwork@outlook.com

Contact: jjjartwork@outlook.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Haley Haddow

Email:Ester Segarra

Description: Artist: Haley Haddow
"In the Presence of Another World"
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Kiln formed glass panel, in aluminium casing - 70x70cm
Kiln-formed glass wall panel designed to showcase a relationship between structure, space and shape.
Inspiration comes from the composition of line and colour found in abstract expressionism and from the visionary designs of the late architect Zaha Hadid.

Contact: info@theglassdominion.com

Contact: info@theglassdominion.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:BRETTMANLEY

Email:BRETTMANLEY

Description: Artist: BRETTMANLEY
BLUE GLASSSCAPE.
Photographer: BRETT MANLEY
Details: 28 X 32 METER EXTERNAL INSTALLATION OF BLUE RECYCLED GLASS.
BLUE GLASSSCAPE. 28 X 32 METERS OF 32 TONNES OF RECYCLED GLASS. INSPIRED BY THE LOCAL
RANGE OF RECYCLING INDUSTRIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY.
COMMISIONED BY THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KENSINGTON & CHELSEA.

Contact: info@brettmanley.co.uk

Contact: info@brettmanley.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Martin Cheek

Email:Martin Cheek

Description: Artist: Martin Cheek
Pole vaulter
Photographer: Martin Cheek
Details: Title: Pole vaulter: Glass Fusions and Vitrous Glass
Description:The brief for this commission was to highlight the 2012 Olympic games.
I chose to show a pole vaulter because it is aspirational - one can reach the highesrt heights if you try!

Contact: Martin Cheek

Contact: Martin Cheek

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

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