‘LITTLE AND LARGE!’
‘LITTLE AND LARGE!’
We loved the idea of this online gallery exhibition: Size!
60 CGS members were selected that demonstrate glass art that is either tiny, or huge!
Size matters with this show!
We were looking for members to submit work that falls within either of the following parameters:
1. Is under 10cm in size
2. Is over 1 metre in size
We were overwhelmed by entries to this show, so could not include everyone unfortunately. Thank you to all those that entered a submission.
To submit an image, please follow the link to your Member Login page: https://www.cgs.org.uk/user
The exhibition was launched on 31st of January 2018.
Launched on:31st January 2018
Photographer: Evy Cohen
Details: Kilncast with recycled metal inclusions, Bullseye 6cm x 6cm x 8cm
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Details: Painted and stained glass, 9cmx 5cm
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Contained Dialogue - Dialogue at the Threshold
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Cast lapis blue glass fires with 23.5ct gold and cast clear class insert
10 x 10 x 10cm
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Details: 100 x 80 cm framed, Bullseye glass
The 'Journey' reflects changing events and experiences during our lifetime. This is a layered piece which portrays unexpected situations which might lead you into different pathways.
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Photographer: Ian Chadwick
Details: A kiln-formed kaleidoscopic murrine hexagon tile
5cm x 0.4cm.. Produced by manufacturing a 60 degree pattern bar using bullseye glass.. Six slices are cut and carefully disc ground to size before rearranging for refiring and then a final polish..
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The Big Wide Sea
Photographer: Justin Orwin
Details: Bespoke kitchen splashback
Bullseye glass and powders 1100 x 800mm. This panel was created along side the customer who had a clear idea of what she wanted to achieve. The final piece was a result of many hours playing with powders to achieve the desired result.
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Photographer: Lesley Pyke
Details: 1.5m glass panel, interior wall, private commission.
The client wanted a glass panel as part of an interior wall in his home, featuring these fish.
The glass is 1.5 meters long. I hand engraved it, with a drill.
Photographer: David Williams
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Photographer: Pippa Stacey
Details: Size 30mm x7mm
Fused glass with distressed gilding 22ct moon gold
Contact: 07952 385938
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Balcony screen Charlton Adam Church, Somerset
Photographer: own photo
Drill engraved screen for church with design of Crossed Keys of St. Peter and Roman sword for St. Paul
plus flora of the 4 seasons with biblical meanings.
Photographer: Ivan Ivancic
Details: Drop Vessels
These pieces are a series of experimental works making miniature drops that look like fossils.
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Email:Franz Schwarzbach, Zürich
THE SUMMER QUEEN OR THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF INNOCENCE
Photographer: Franz Schwarzbach, Zürich
Details: Pâte verre installation, glass blocs, glass powders,led,size 2mX1mX 0.30m, year: 2013
The innocence of the Youth, what is it really, when and how is it no more? Some reflections about this theme express with this installation. Is this period in our life like going through a fairy tale, and having whites, dragons, ultimate perils to overcome?
In our times those perils are very present and the road a youth has to take to become an adult is dangerous nd their wings often are burned away.
Their road is also full of magic, so at the end they live their chrysalis as beautiful butterflies..
Contact: JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN email@example.com
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Details: Fused glass technique and 2 different types of glass, float glass and recycled glass. Dimensions: 120cm x 240cm x 6cm.
Universes that surround us, universes that each one perceives, universes that each of us build around us and in our interior. These are the universes that inspire me and which I wish be for each one of us, vibrant universes, full of energy, colorful and happy. And within which we can feel and find peace.
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Photographer: Mitch Hosford
Details: Ornela glass and various oxides
Cast using lost wax process. 9.6 cm at highest point.
Seed pod vase (small)
Photographer: K Gow
Details: 5x8.5cm, blow glass
Inspired by the dried seed pods strewn along the Caithness coast in late summer, with their story of the flowers they once were and the plants they can yet be.
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Artist:Dina Priess dos Santos
Tang´eau de Sagittaire
Details: H10xW3xD2.5cm, foam, pate de verre, cast glass
from the scent bar of my overall theme "the Wunderkammer" The bubbly foam-pdv absorbs smell
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Photographer: Henry Amos
Details: 9m x 6m x 5.4m
39 re-tasked windshields creating a reflective space on Brightblue Studio's emerging glass gallery space, Fish Quay North ShieldsNE30 1JE
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Artist:Linda Scott Glass
Rose Petals Immortalised in Glass
Photographer: Photograph - Peter Mehta
Details: Bullseye powders - two shades of red, two shades of yellow, plus opaque white and clear
Two glass petals (one little, one large) have been inspired by the six small petals shed by a rose
Little - maximum dimensions 8cm x 7cm
Large - maximum dimensions 9cm x 8cm; both 1.5cm height
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'Look Through Any Window'
Photographer: Vic Bamforth
Details: 10cm x 10cm
Blown sphere, cut off bubble, hand painted. External colour imagery brush painted, internal imagery black & white sgraffito viewed through multiple 'windows', clear cased.
Contact: www.vicbamforthglass.com/email: email@example.com/Ruskin Glass Centre, Stourbridge
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Photographer: Elva Tehan
Details: 10mm x 10mm
Tiger Lily - 10mm square fused glass panel.
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Photographer: Rob Vanderplank Photography
Details: 215 x 30 x 30 cm
This piece is made up of several graal components stacked to form a totem-like composition. Each component features its own unique pattern, relating to to colour used, recalling the carved patterns found on Taiwanese Aboriginal ceremonial items, the form also echoing the bead-making traditions on an enlarged scale.
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In the Garden of my Mother
Photographer: Mare Saare
Details: Glass; fused, engraved
My mother never had a garden. She loved flowers, animals, birds. She loved me. I wished her to have a real garden. But it may now only be a glass garden into which I every year add flowers.
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Email:Deb Wilson studio 9 Elland
Suffragette Violet necklace 2018
Photographer: Photography Deb Wilson studio 9 Elland
Details: Fused glass with Copper inlay
Necklace 5-5cm / 5cm
Liz's theme during 2018 is contemporary Suffragette jewellery, she has been working at trying to merge femininity and feminism in pieces of art.
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Artist:Ana Laura Quintana
Little blue anemone
Photographer: Luciano Garetto
Details: "Little blue anemone" is one of my works from the series "Colours from the deep" My question is always the same: how many forms of life are there in the deep, waiting to be discovered?
Technique; pâte de verre, sand cast pâte de verre
Size: 7cm diameter
Glass: Bullseye frits, powder and stringers.
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Pond Life # 1/3
Photographer: Zbigniew Mroz
Details: Dimensions: H. 56mm x Diameter.70mm.
Lost-wax cast using Bullseye sheet glass of various colours and tints. Engraved and sandblasted with the rim and bowl polished. The piece was made for the Just Glass exhibition 'Clone' at Courtyard Arts Gallery, Hertford, 2017.
Contact: Su Herbert
Photographer: Photo Phil Parr
A pair of glass earrings in a silver setting
Inspired from the microscopic view of the cells inside marram grass. This is the grass that hold together sand dunes which is a beautiful circle as glass is made from sand
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Photographer: K Coleman
Details: 9cm diam x 9cm high 30% lead crystal
Lens cut and wheel engraved and polished old 1960s Whitefriars lead crystal paperweight with ginkgo leaf design. The Whitefriars factory closed in the 1960s in Kenton, Middx and glass engraver Peter Dreiser rescued several old blanks, which his widow Tina kindly passed to me recently. Ginkgo is a sympol of mourning in Japan.
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Photographer: Teresa Chlapowski
Details: 9cm and 7cm long, lost wax, kiln cast
Two 'eggheads' that fit into the palm of your hand, needing to be consoled.
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Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: Size 100 x 100 x 100cm
A 1 metre suspended cube which comprises five layers of lacy fused, slumped glass and sandblasted glass.
Each cube layer decreases in size as they move inwards, creating a more dense centre.
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THE HUMAN CONDITION
Photographer: PASCALE PENFOLD
Details: SMALL GLASS SCULPTURE
Cast glass sculpture of the negative space of my own hand, with copper inclusion.
It represents the invisible hand that holds human fate.
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Photographer: Photography Anthony McCabe
Details: Blown glass paperweight.
Blown glass paperweight, enamel decoration with iridised black stringers.
Contact: Anthony McCabe
Details: Fused glass panels, triple glazed, 2m high by 1m wide.
Designed to be a focal point in a barn conversion,this is the largest window I have yet tackled!
The fused glass was made in five curved sections, waterjet cut to fit together, and built into a triple glazed unit. Waterjet cutting is so accurate that I no longer feel limited by the size of my kiln, or that I need make only straight line breaks in a multi-piece design.
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Details: 1M x 0.43 cms
Fused glass panels set into 300yr oak from the Stourhead Estate
Picture taken in a gallery set into a stand for garden display
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Artist:Peter Newsome FRBS, RBA
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“Interplay” 154 x 43 x 9cm. Bonded, toughened and annealed glass on a stainless steel base
Photographer: Peter Newsome FRBS, RBA
Details: “Interplay” 154 x 43 x 9cm. Bonded, toughened and annealed glass on a stainless steel base
“Interplay” 154 x 43 x 9cm. Bonded, toughened and annealed glass on a stainless steel base.
Number 2 of a limited series of eight unique sculptures.
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Communication model Babel
Photographer: Thomas Dischinger
Details: Installation of seven 3dimensional forms with fused grids lowest 100 cm wide, 480 cm high
Transparency, clear statements and comprehensibility are the goal of a good communication. The story of the Babylonian confusion and the tower with its 7 levels is the matching synonym. There are different directions and different levels of communication (the 7 elements are flexible). Sender and receiver don’t have the same perception/understanding and the information can be easily manipulated. Information from top – down or bottom – up doesn’t work efficiently. Nobody wants to be the bearer of bad news. It is too much and too fast with the modern communication tools.
The 7 levels are called: word, language, information, dialogue, listening, understanding, meaning
Contact: Karola Dischinger
Photographer: Jan Davis
Details: Fused glass panels, joined by add-ons
The piece was for a commission after the owners had seen a set of glass panels on 'Billions'
The wall it is on is between a living room and conservatory.
The inspiration came from the Hokusai Wave and being blues it cools the room as it is sunlit
most of the day.
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Artist:Lynda Addison, Unique Glass Art, Helsinki, Finland.
Sand Cast Sea Shells
Photographer: Johnny Korkman
Details: Cast sea shells, sizes vary, maximum in any direction under 10 cm.
The glass sea shells were exhibited at the Finnish Glass Museum 18.5.–5.11.2017. The exhibition “100 x Glass, 100 Years – 100 Objects” celebrated 100 years of Finnish Independence through stories related to one hundred glass objects, one for each year from 1917 to 2017. The exhibition was part of the program for the centenary of Finland’s Independence in 2017, and the book is available for purchase from the Museum. www.suomenlasimuseo.fi
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Photographer: Catherine Mahe
Details: Fused glass drop out vessel - 7cm high x 6.5 cm wide
This is a small gravity vessel which has been dropped through a small ceramic ring. After cutting the rim off at a slant, the edge was ground and polished.
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Photographer: Self -
Details: 5 cm cystal cube
Internal head carved with flexible drive. Decorative circuit patterns with sandblast.
A modern day "Delphic oracle" with a head as man/machine interface.
Contact: Nicholas Rutherford 07799796300
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A large set of screens in front of A&E dept. Margate Hospital. These were made using acid etching and sandblasting
Contact: Annie Ross
Photographer: Keay Edwards
Details: 100 vessels each one is 8 x 8 x 8 cm entire installation size is 213 x 81 x 76 cm
The ever-changing life of landscape inspires me—particularly the serenity and strength of my homeland, Israel, and of my present home, Northern California. I search for connection as I explore childhood memories while weaving them into present experiences.
In my work, I consider themes such as hope, loss, memory and the fleetingness of time. I constantly enter the unknown, striving to create intimate spaces where I can reflect, from different perspectives, on our emotional existence and the journey we go through in life.
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Photographer: Ash Brammer
Details: Kiln Cast Bullseye Glass - 60 x 60 mm
A Dram is often taken to celebrate or mark an occasion.
Here the glass is something to remember that special moment forever.
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Details: Glass and goldleaf. Size: 10cm x 10cm.
Medium: Glass and goldleaf
Size: 10cm x 10cm
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Photographer: Mike Coles
Details: 85 x 85cm sand cast glass
While experimenting with inclusions in sand casting I came up with a series of small pieces influenced by Michelangelo's David. The piece is sand cast with inclusions which are then removed.
Stylised floral installation
Photographer: Clive campbell
Details: Large floral design made of 7 interlocking panels
This installation is made of bullseye fused glass, bonded onto toughhened glass panels. It is backlit with Led’s and is 3.6 mtrs from top to bottom
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Photographer: Anne Purkiss
Details: Cast glass thimble and cotton bobbin.
Lost wax cast of my grandmother's silver thimble and one of my mother's wooden cotton bobbins. Ghosts of lost skills.
Contact: Joanna Lloyd
Photographer: Susan Sinclair
Details: Sintered glass powders and sheet; 4cm depth by 13.5cm diameter
Sintered glass powders and sheet; 4cm depth by 13.5cm diameter
Contact: Susan Sinclair www.churchhouseart.co.uk
Artist:JanHein van Stiphout
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Photographer: JanHein van Stiphout
Details: Dimensions: 18 x 2 meters / glass, wood and bakelite.
The Donjon; defence through fragility. A stronghold tower rebuilt on the fundaments of the former stronghold tower of Castle Horn (13th century). Unanimous chosen as the winner by an expert jury for the Foundation of Art and Culture, Horn 2003.
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Lunar Markings & White Tor
Photographer: Rebecca Rowland-Chandler
Details: Lunar Markings: 6.5cm x 3.5cm x 10cm, White Tor: 6.5cm x 3cm x 8.5cm
Lunar Markings and White Tor - inspired by the craters of the moon from images from Michael Benson's planetary photography, and the mysterious rocky outcrops of Dartmoor.
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Tiny Amber Biclops
Photographer: Photo by Dave Lawson
Details: Glass cast from a sacrificial 3D print. Tiny is approx 10mm long
Tiny Amber Biclops was created as a CAD model, 3D printed and then kiln cast in glass. The mould had a double layer core resulting in very fine inner detail in the casting. This is one of the smallest pieces I have made - yet!
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Et cetera per terras....An imaginary bedroom
Photographer: Pippa Beveridge
Details: Installation approximately 3m x 3m
The boat symbolises a bed inside which you can travel in your dreams, appearing both protective, like a cot, but also strong like a Viking boat. The pillow, an everyday object associated with sleep, also represents a container for dreams.
The glass panels, suspended in the air, are the tangible reality of dreams in space and the shadows they cast represent another more ephemeral reality, playing with the idea of subconscious and conscious, of existing between sleep and wakefulness.
The table and the cabinet contain mementoes of journeys, elements found by the artist during her travels.
Photographer: 12 mounths
Details: 120x120cm included 100 pieces each piece 10x10cm
My work is about the combination of tradition and modernity.It represents my country s ancient culture .I used traditional patterns from Iran s architecture then I change them and make them modern.
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Details: float glass pendant with metal inclusions
I've made many brooches using float glass with metal inclusions. This was a collaboration with a local silversmith who made a hallmarked silver setting for one of my pieces of glass. I used a rubber necklet for a contemporary 'everyday' pendan
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Email:Dayve Ward photography
Fern schnapps glass
Photographer: Dayve Ward photography
Details: 7.5cm high
Borosilicate glass, blown into a mould that has been lined with local ferns
which have left an imprinton the glass. Solid foot with red swirl.
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Sea Butterfly - Chromodoris "Estelleei" nudibranch
Photographer: Photo by Shaun Tierney, See through sand
Details: Bullseye glass, fused into 3-D with a solid base. 8cm long.
Sea slugs are one of the most beautiful animals on coral reefs. Unlike garden slugs, they are often brightly coloured and highly patterned, which notifies potential predators that they are toxic. For those of us who dive, spotting one of the 3,000 odd species can be a challenge as the smallest are only 5mm long. This one was made for a close friend who is passionate about these creatures; we named it Chromodoris Estelleei for her. It's a species that grows to around 8cm long, also the size of this piece.
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Photographer: Michèle Riley
Details: H 8 cm x W 13 cm x D 8.5 cm
Lost wax cast crystal
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Photographer: Geoff Thwaites
Details: 5cm wide. Fused, drill carved and part polished
Green Desag Artista, kiln fused and carved with diamond and stone burrs.
Polished with fine stones and emery.
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Artist:Karina Del Savio
Photographer: photo/Maru Colosimo
Details: Cast Glass /Bullseye Glass
1,18 x 1,18 inches
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