Current Exhibition

ONLY ONE WORD RHYMES WITH ORANGE! WITH FEATURED ARTISTS DEMETRA THEOFANOUS AND DEAN BENSON.

Artist:Sandra Young

Photographer:Simon Bruntnell

Details: Artist: Sandra Young
Dragon Lamp
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: Lamp worked borosilicate glass
Lamp and Dragon stand approximately 35cm.

Contact: sandra@firecreation.com

Contact: sandra@firecreation.com

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Artist:Deborah Timperley

Photographer:Sylvain Delau

Details: Artist: Deborah Timperley
Cast orange bowl fired with 23.5ct gold
Photographer: Sylvain Delau
Details: Cast gaffer glass fired with 23.5 ct gold
Textured open cast bowl fired with 23.5ct gold. Cold worked.

Contact: Deborah Timperley

Contact: Deborah Timperley

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Artist:Jianyong Guo

Photographer:Jianyong Guo

Details: Artist: Jianyong Guo
Fruits
Photographer: Jianyong Guo
Details: Blowing glass, Glaze painting, 55x45x25cm, 2019
This work adopts the traditional blowing glass technique, integrates the thinking mode and expression technique of contemporary art, and expresses the author's praise for the golden autumn of nature.While inheriting the traditional Chinese art technique of blowing glass, the author innovatively adopted the technique of glaze colored drawing of ceramics to draw a picture on the first embryo of glass, which could show the harmonious natural artistic viewpoint.Through many sets of material nesting, the creation of a kind of inside painting art effect was produced.

Contact: gjy36900@163.com

Contact: gjy36900@163.com

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Artist:Yoshiko Okada

Photographer:Yoshiko Okada

Details: Artist: Yoshiko Okada
Shifting memories
Photographer: Y Okada
Details: Kiln casting, Sandblasted image on a back
Contact: yoshikookada@hotmial.com

Contact: yoshikookada@hotmial.com

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Artist:Cecilia Villarroel

Details: Artist: Cecilia Villarroel
Autumn in Glass
Photographer: De Casal Photography
Details: This piece is 6.5" H, 2.5"
Contact: cecilia@designsbycecilia.com

Contact: cecilia@designsbycecilia.com

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Artist:Tabitha Burrill

Details: Artist: Tabitha Burrill
Autumn Wood
Details: Murrine and vitrigraph 25cm
This piece is inspired but the wondrous palate of autumn and the forests around where I live, cool pools of water, embraced by trees and the falling leaves that cascade down like fireworks

Contact: info@glassbytabitha.com

Contact: info@glassbytabitha.com

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Artist:Heidi Nicholson

Photographer:Heidi Nicholson

Details: Artist: Heidi Nicholson
Forty
Photographer: Heidi Nicholson
Details: Blown glass with pâte de verre. Size: H:18 x W:14 x D:10cm
This piece is part of a project called The Seven Ages of Woman. In response to Susan Maushart’s radio series of the same name, it explores the female aging process, with each piece representing the age of one of the women she interviewed for the series. They were all produced from an identical cylindrical mould and were distorted during the making process, conveying how life reshapes us as we live it, distorting us both physically and emotionally from the stereotype of the ideal woman. Like women, each piece has beautiful qualities despite its imperfection.

Contact: heidinicholson@live.co.uk

Contact: heidinicholson@live.co.uk

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Artist:Petra Sophia Roffel

Details: Artist: Petra Sophia Roffel
Autum ring.
Original gemstone had fallen out of my mom's ring, I replaced it by this tiny piece of mat polished fused glass.

Contact: www.petrasophiaroffel.com
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Artist:Susan Sinclair

Photographer:Susan Sinclair

Details: Artist: Susan Sinclair
"Deco"
Photographer: Susan Sinclair
Details: Art deco textile design after book lining paper from ”The circus of Dr. Lao.” Illustration by Boris Artzybasheff.
Kiln-formed deep vessel, 110mm diameter x 153mm depth

Contact: churchhouseart@icloud.com

Contact: churchhouseart@icloud.com

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Artist:Valerie Rey

Photographer:Luca Rey

Details: Artist: Valerie Rey
Photographer: Luca Rey
wood, gold leaf 24k, beads glass
SIZE: H9"x 9.5"x 12" > H23, L24 x 30cm

Contact: valerierey@yahoo.com

Contact: valerierey@yahoo.com

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Details: Artist: Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

Demetra Theofanous- President, Glass Alliance of Northern California, www.glancinfo.org

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Details: Artist: Nina Casson McGarva
Autumn
Photographer: Nina Casson McGarva
Details: 32cm x41cm x 23cm, kiln cast crystal glass.
My work is inspired by the cycle of nature. I compare my work process to the spring and summer and the finished piece to being in the autumn.
After the process of making, the sculpture is made and new ideas are ready to be made from the seeds of the last experience.

Contact: Ninacassonmcgarva@gmail.com, Wobage Workshops, Upton Bishop, Ross-on-Wye HR9 7QP, UK
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Artist:Tarasieh Vahdat

Photographer:Christoph Hirtz

Details: Artist: Tarasieh Vahdat
Photographer: Christoph Hirtz
Details: H 25 cm x W 50 cms x D 12 cm
“Burnt Wood” mold formed glass, nail, cold paint

Contact: tvahdat@hotmail.com

Contact: tvahdat@hotmail.com

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Artist:Hannah Gibson

Photographer:Simon Bruntnell

Details: Artist: Hannah Gibson, using Louis Thompson's Glass
"Only One Word Rhymes with Orange!" Sporange Sweet Nothing
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: 27cm tall Cast Glass figure
"Only One Word Rhymes with Orange!"
Sporange Sweet Nothing
Recycling Narratives, Whispering Sweet Nothings
This 27cm tall cast glass figure has been made with the wonderful Louis Thompson's glass

Contact: Hannah@HannahGibsonGlass.co.uk

Contact: Hannah@HannahGibsonGlass.co.uk

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Artist:Alice Mckenzie

Photographer:Victoria Smith

Details: Artist: Alice Mckenzie
Orange series
Photographer: Photography - Victoria Smith
Details: Image shows 7 of the vases in the Orange series collection.
During this project I was considering the composition and arrangements of floral displays within our living spaces. The philosophy behind Ikebana is very poetic. Representing heaven, human and earth, the basic form of Ikebana creates a line drawn through the work, guiding your eyes from bottom to the top. This is why I wanted to create a series of vessels that not only work well once inhabited but can stand alone as beautiful objects. I have tried to achieve a colour palette that in contrasting yet complementary to those found within nature. A flower can be vibrant yet subtle at the same time. Glass allows me to work with opal and transparent colours that achieve different outcomes. The two tonal effect is mimetic of a petal and how the colours bleed into each other. The forms invite you to not only arrange the flowers that go within but also position each vessel for viewing, as the three different forms are designed to fit into each other negative space. Inspired by ‘Ma’ and the quote “Let the flowers sing, let the flowers dance, give the flowers space”, the idea of having multiple vessels allows you to decide how much space to leave between them.

Contact: alice-mckenzie@live.co.uk

Contact: alice-mckenzie@live.co.uk

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Artist:Neil Edwards

Details: Artist: Neil Edwards
Autumn Cup
Details: 37 x 13cm
Engraved, fire-polished goblet

Contact: edington202@gmail.com

Contact: edington202@gmail.com

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Artist:PASCALE PENFOLD

Details: Artist: PASCALE PENFOLD
BOUDICCA'S REVENGE
Photographer: PMP
Details: Leaded and painted stained glass
Boudicca, the red-haired warrior queen of the Iceni, famously ransacked the Roman town of Colchester and burned it to the ground.
Here we see her watching the Temple of Claudius engulfed in the flames.

Contact: paspen@talk21.com

Contact: paspen@talk21.com

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Artist:Shannen Halliwell

Details: Artist: Shannen Halliwell
Emanate
EMANATE - (verb) to flow out, issue, or proceed, as from a source or origin; come forth; originate.

An interaction I had with a small tortoiseshell butterfly inspired this project, It had found its way into my house to transform into its chrysalis and emerge into its final form as a butterfly.
From looking at some extreme macro photographs of butterfly wings, it revealed the striking colourful scale structures that form the wing patterns.
The use of Murrine techniques allows me to communicate and bring a visible sense of the tiny scales that structure the wing and its patterns, which cannot be seen by the human eye.
The final form of each individual piece signifies the chrysalis, which is where the colours of the wings can emanate and be revealed when the butterfly is very close to emerging.

Contact: shannen.halliwell@hotmail.com

Contact: shannen.halliwell@hotmail.com

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Artist:Peter Austin Fused Glass

Photographer:Peter Austin

Details: Artist: Peter Austin Fused Glass
Autumn Leaf
Photographer: Peter Austin
Details: Fused glass bowl 26.5 x 238 mm
Glass bowl with streaky white base and clear glass decorated with an emerald green leaf within halos of crimson, orange and yellow fused powders.

Contact: peteraustinfusedglass@btinternet.com

Contact: peteraustinfusedglass@btinternet.com

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Details: Artist: Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

Demetra Theofanous- President, Glass Alliance of Northern California, www.glancinfo.org

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Photographer:Susan Thorne

Details: Autumnal Estuary
Photographer: Susan Thorne
Details: 340x700mm
Leaded and [painted window.

Contact: Sue Thorne 01874676294 or 07969594529 or suethorne305@gmail.com

Contact: suethorne305@gmail.com

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Artist:Beth Gates

Photographer:Phil Ashley Photography

Details: Artist: Beth Gates
Sunset Vessel
Photographer: Phil Ashley Photography
Details: Free Blown and Cut Glass. Approximately 25cm in height and 20cm in width.
Two layers formed of deep sunset orange and cherry red, hand blown and cut to form a contemporary vessel. This piece emulates the sky of a sunset with it's hues of yellows, oranges and reds. It's opening forming a infinity shape.

Contact: Beth Gates - Bethgatesstudios@gmail.com

Contact: Bethgatesstudios@gmail.com

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Artist:Sue Sills

Details: Artist: Sue Sills
Fall-ing leaves - Autumn glow
Details: 28cm x 20cm Bullseye glass
Bullseye glass, powder formed leaves. Full fuse, tack fuse and slumped over wave mould.

Contact: Sue Sills - suesills@btinternet.com

Contact: suesills@btinternet.com

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Artist:Sharon Le Marinel

Photographer:Sharon Le Marinel

Details: Artist: Sharon Le Marinel
Run, Run Reynard!
Photographer: Sharon Le Marinel
Details: Run, Run Reynard (2016) Stained Glass, 700mm x 700mm, light box.
Social and environmental changes have forced both fox and man to inhabit new environs, causing friction within the local populace; often the very cause of their migration. This piece reflects societies fear of the unknown and the new and often unsettling effect this has on us. This is particularly relevant now, given the media driven hysteria over the arrival of refugees from war torn countries, exploiting these same inner fears. The image of the fox in western folklore is often depicted as devious, sly or cunning and a creature which, although mesmerising and beautiful, also instils a feeling of danger and uncertainty within us.

While we are content observing and admiring from a distance or on our own terms, when we lose personal control of that relationship it can be unnerving and causes us to lash out or reject.

Contact: fernmarknshazza@yahoo.co.uk

Contact: fernmarknshazza@yahoo.co.uk

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Artist:Cheryl Gould MRSS

Photographer:myself

Details: Artist: Cheryl Gould MRSS
Tango Torso
Photographer: myself
Details: One of my unique Torso sculptures pressed and cast in sand with pure orange glass powders & frits.
H=30cms W=17.5 cms

Contact: cherylgouldartist@gmail.com

Contact: cherylgouldartist@gmail.com

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Artist:Sue Tinkler

Photographer:Sylvain Deleu

Details: Artist: Sue Tinkler
Hedgerow
Photographer: Sylvain Deleu (photo)
Details: 23 diameter x 14cm high
Deep slumped vessel. Bullseye glass.
Inspired by the view from my studio, the sun rises through the branches of the farm hedges.
The top of the hedgerow is cut in winter with absolute precision creating sculptural effect.
£995

Contact: Sue TInkler 07762928771

Contact: 07762928771

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Artist:annie white

Photographer:annie white

Details: Artist: annie white
orange wing
Photographer: annie white
Details: screen print black enamel fired on to hand blown glass
w 23cm x h 12.5cm

Contact: annie64white@gmail.com

Contact: annie64white@gmail.com

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Artist:Samantha Schmid

Photographer:Carles Prat-Placis, MAG ART, F-66400 Céret, France

Details: Artist: Samantha Schmid
"Fire and Ice"
Photographer: Carles Prat-Placis, MAG ART, F-66400 Céret, France
Details: Height 36 cm, width 30 cm, depth 20 cm
6 mm extra white float glass, cut, sandblasted, coloured, bonded - made in France - 2019 - sold to a private collector in Switzerland

Contact: samanthaschmid@free.fr - www.samantha-schmid.com

Contact: samanthaschmid@free.fr

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Artist:Marc Fresko

Photographer:Marc Fresko

Details: Artist: Marc Fresko
"Thank you Piet"
Photographer: Marc Fresko
Determinedly not a copy of a Piet Mondrian painting, but directly inspired by - and related to - one of his "Composition" paintings.

Contact: Marc Fresko
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Artist:Beverley Bunn

Photographer:Beverley Bunn

Details: Artist: Beverley Bunn
Sunset over the airfield - west
Photographer: Beverley Bunn
Details: A framed, fused panel made with Bullseye powders.
This year saw some of the most amazing sunsets in Kent and this piece is part of a collection developed from photographs taken near my home. As always, orange is the most striking and vibrant colour in a sunset sky.

Contact: info@beverleybunn.com

Contact: info@beverleybunn.com

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Artist:Richard Roberts.

Photographer:Richard Roberts.

Details: Artist: Richard Roberts.
Glass blown vessel.
Photographer: Richard Roberts.
Details: 11H x 9W cm.
A glass blown piece with glass chips, internal and external stringers, and silver leaf.

Contact: richard.roberts1@homecall.co.uk

Contact: richard.roberts1@homecall.co.uk

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Artist:Judith Howells

Photographer:jlhowells@aol.com

Details: Artist: Judith Howells
Chocolate Tangerine
Photographer: Photography: Artist
Details: 30 x 30 x 5cm
Warm glass sculpture for wall or window hanging.
Created with Bullseye glasses (sheet and frits), including pre-fired handmade elements, kiln-fired to reach through wire frame.

Contact: jlhowells@aol.com
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Artist:Jan O\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Highway

Photographer:Jan O\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Highway

Details: Artist: Jan O'Highway
Cascade at Delamore House May 2019
Photographer: Jan O'Highway
Details: Fused Bullseye glass, approx 8" wide.
"Cascade" is a series of fused glass panels strung on stainless steel hawser wire, weatherproof and designed for garden use.

Contact: information@janohighway.com

Contact: information@janohighway.com

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Artist:Ian Chadwick

Details: Artist: Ian Chadwick
X103
Details: Kiln-formed platter
30cm x 30cm x 5cm constructed from Bullseye glass over four firings and hand cold worked.
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Artist:JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN

Photographer:JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN

Details: Artist: JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN
OBLIVION
Photographer: JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN
Details: MULTI LAYERED PAINTED WITH GLASS FRITS AND POWDERS PÂTE DE VERRE MURAL BAS-RELIEF. WITH LED LIGHT, WOOD FRAME COVERED WITH GLASS FRITS. CM X 90 X 70 X 6
“OBLIVION”

BEING DEEPLY RECONNECTING WITH “ONESELF”. WITH THE MOMENT, FEELING THE BLISS OF OBLIVION.

Contact: JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN -botquelen@icloud.com - www.jacquelinehbotquelen.com

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Artist:Geraldine McLoughlin

Details: Artist: Geraldine McLoughlin
The Ivy path
Details: taken from a photo of Autumn leaves at Stourhead
Handmade leaves in Bullseye glass on a Bullseye glass background with a wooden
frame.

Contact: Geraldine McLoughlin 01747 870390 www.geraldinemcloughlin.glass

Contact: 01747 870390

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Artist:Michelle Mativi

Details: Artist: Michelle Mativi
Lost In Music
Details: Leaded & painted glass panel, Framed size - 35 x 45cm
Lost in Music - I wanted to convey that joyous harmonious feeling of being totally immersed in dance, feeling free and ageless, eyes closed just letting the music flow through your body.

Contact: michellemativi@hotmail.com

Contact: michellemativi@hotmail.com

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Artist:Katharine Coleman

Photographer:Katharine Coleman

Details: Artist: Katharine Coleman
Marmalade
Photographer: K Coleman
Details: 20cmHx11cmD Vase
Ruby over yellow glass overlaid on clear lead crystal, blown to my design by Potter Morgan Glass, cut, polished, wheel and drill engraved 2015. This vase was sold at my solo exhibition at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh "All The Year Round" in 2015.

Contact: katharine@katharinecoleman.co.uk

Contact: katharine@katharinecoleman.co.uk

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Details: Artist: Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

Demetra Theofanous- President, Glass Alliance of Northern California, www.glancinfo.org

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Artist:Bridget Helen Spowart

Details: Artist: Bridget Helen Spowart
Life is fragile.
Details: Pate de Verre technique.
These leaves were inspired by trees that were cut down whilst I was investigating botanical forms in the Pate de Verre technique as a final year student at Swansea University. The gradation of autumnal colours was achieved by using variations of coloured frits.

Contact: Email: bhspowart@yahoo.co.uk

Contact: bhspowart@yahoo.co.uk

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Artist:Mandy Atkinson

Photographer:Mandy Atkinson

Details: Artist: Mandy Atkinson
Fish are all colours and sizes !
Photographer: Mandy Atkinson
Fused and handcoloured glass fish swim over scottish driftwood

Contact: Mandy Atkinson

Contact: Mandy Atkinson

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Details: Artist: Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

Demetra Theofanous- President, Glass Alliance of Northern California, www.glancinfo.org

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Artist:Mercedes Oakley

Photographer:Mercedes Oakley

Details: Artist: Mercedes Oakley
Coral bowl
Photographer: Mercedes Oakley
Details: Fused glass, 30cm diameter
The fragility and beauty of coral represented in glass.

Coral 2019, 30wx5d cm photo Mercedes Oakley

Contact: mercoakley@gmail.com

Contact: mercoakley@gmail.com

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Artist:Amanda Parker

Details: Artist: Amanda Parker
Heart Warming
Details: A mosaic heart made form vitreous glass tiles, beads and millefiori
Other examples from my 'Have a Heart' mosaic range are being shown at the 2019 Christmas Exhibition at Parndon Mill, Harlow from 7th November to 22nd December
For further information please call us on 01279 426042

Contact: thecreativeartscompanyuk@yahoo.com

Contact: thecreativeartscompanyuk@yahoo.com

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Artist:Jenny Hoole

Photographer:By The Artist

Details: Artist: Jenny Hoole
Rust Platter
Photographer: By The Artist
Details: Exercise in mark making - 20 X 20cm
Powdered frit on transparent sheet glass textured and layered using sgraffito techniques

Contact: www.studio-jh.com
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Details: Artist: Lynn Foster
Glorious Orange Platter
Photographer: Lynn Foster
Details: Bullseye streaky orange platter with black stringers
This 30x40 platter was made using a special production piece of Bullseye glass, which I have enhanced with some black stringers and a small black creature at one corner.

Contact: Lynn Foster
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Artist:Frans Wesselman

Photographer:Frans Wesselman

Details: Artist: Frans Wesselman
Message (from Solomon)
Photographer: Frans Wesselman
Details: Stained glass panel, 24x25 cm.
Stained glass panel, 24x25 cm. In Islamic culture, the hoopoe is thought to be the messenger of Solomon.

Contact: franswesselman@gmail.com

Contact: franswesselman@gmail.com

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Artist:Martin Cheek

Photographer:Peter Smith

Details: Artist: Martin Cheek,
Fused Glass Panel Media: Handmade glass fusions, handmade murrini and millefiori, Dimensions: 32cm x 32cm
Photographer: Martin Cheek, Phtographer: Peter Smith
This piece depicts the moment from Dante’s ‘Divine Comedy’, when Matelda emerges from the flowers and looks at Dante with her beautiful eyes.
This work was selection for inclusion in the Ravenna biennale 2019.

Contact: martin cheek: mrtncheek@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: mrtncheek@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Jane Hester

Details: Artist: Jane Hester
Orange Doodle
Details: Size: 280mm X 280mm
Created from a doodle I did while waiting for my computer to do something. I up-scaled the doodle and fine tuned it then coloured it in using various oranges in opal, transparent and iridised Bullseye glass.

Contact: Janehester@metronet.co.uk

Contact: Janehester@metronet.co.uk

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Artist:Bob Leatherbarrow

Photographer:Bob Leatherbarrow

Details: Artist: Bob Leatherbarrow
Autumn Bowl
Photographer: Bob Leatherbarrow
Details: !2.5 inches diameter, 7 inches high
Autumn leaves falling onto water as depicted by orange, red, yellow and umber transparent powder wafers set in clear glass.
The rim is finished with a gold mica lip wrap.

Contact: Bob.Leatherbarrow@gmail.com

Contact: Leatherbarrow@gmail.com

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Artist:Philip Crawford

Photographer:SilPhi Glass

Details: Artist: Philip Crawford
Wild Fire
Photographer: SilPhi Glass
Details: Hand blown tubes of Murano Glass on solid mahogany base
The base is 150mm x 300mm and the work is 50cm tall.
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Artist:Nicholas Rutherford

Photographer:Self

Details: Artist: Nicholas Rutherford
Discworld Librarian
Photographer: Self
Details: Orange cased dish. Flexible drive and Sandblast details. 10cm diameter. Price £200.00
Fans of Terry Pratchett will recognize the magician librarian who was transformed
into an orang-utan. See https://discworld.fandom.com/wiki/The_Librarian

He climbs and swings across book cases with extra long arms and grasping feet.
And shuffles books with a wave of his wand

Contact: 07799796300

Contact: 07799796300

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Artist:Phil Vickery

Photographer:Jo Howell

Details: Artist: Phil Vickery
Helix Sculpture, faceted.
Photographer: Jo Howell
Details: Blown glass, cut, ground, polished, and faceted.
This is a design evolution of the idea that the technique represents nature, life, energy, and movement. These pieces are a representation of the energy that DNA gives all living things within nature. The intrinsic beauty of all living things all comes from the same basic design block and this is an amazing thing. So these sculptures pay homage to this extraordinary fact that almost borders on the sublime, but that results in the beautiful.

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Sharon Korek

Photographer:Sharon Korek

Details: Artist: Sharon Korek
Autumn Leaf
Photographer: Sharon Korek
Details: Leaf in Bullseye powders mounted on Pate de Verre
Autumn Leaf showing glorious autumnal colours mounted on a pate de verre background
to complement the fragile nature of the leaf.

Contact: Sharon@blossomglassworks.co.uk

Contact: Sharon@blossomglassworks.co.uk

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Artist:Rebecca Rowland-Chandler

Photographer:Chloe Ackers

Details: Artist: Rebecca Rowland-Chandler
Yellowstone
Photographer: Chloe Ackers
Details: Cast Glass with Platinum Leaf
@rebecca.mae.glass

Contact: info@rebeccarowland-chandlerglass.com

Contact: info@rebeccarowland-chandlerglass.com

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Artist:Stephanie Else

Photographer:Glass in Fusion

Details: Artist: Stephanie Else
Orange In Black
Photographer: Glass in Fusion
Details: Kiln Formed Glass Panel - 15 x 60 x 3cm
A textured glass panel in shimmering shades of orange which change with the light throughout the day.

Contact: stephanie@glassinfusion.co.uk

Contact: tephanie@glassinfusion.co.uk

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Artist:Kelly Caswell

Details: Artist: Kelly Caswell
They Put Away Their Toys
Details: Cast Class, 7"x 4", Bullseye Glass
Toy soldier cast using lost wax method.
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Artist:Silvana Ferrario

Photographer:Silvana Ferrario

Details: Artist: Silvana Ferrario
Step out of line
Photographer: Silvana Ferrario
Details: 41 x 28 x 30
This vessel is inspired by creating a difference and not following convention. The top is not circular and is cut at an angle. The lines are not straight or parallel. The transparent glass allows a different perspective from every angle, with lines crossing. There is a certain excitement in its form.

Contact: siju@live.com.au

Contact: siju@live.com.au

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Artist:Teresa Apud

Details: Artist: Teresa Apud
Details: Femme in Orange
Made of National Glass from Argentina. 15 cm. x 18 cm.

Contact: teresa.apud@hotmail.com

Contact: teresa.apud@hotmail.com

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Artist:Lisa Pettibone

Photographer:Lisa Pettibone

Details: Artist: Lisa Pettibone
Skin
Photographer: Lisa Pettibone
Details: 41 x 41 x13cm
This slumped glass sculpture was made while considering how gravity is embodied by the sensations of our skin. Neurological signals race to the brain telling us how we are oriented through stretching and pulling the skin. When a child reaches for a colour in a box of crayons to represent people's bodies, it's often the colour orange but its hue so much more subtle than that.

Contact: studio@pettibone.co.uk

Contact: studio@pettibone.co.uk

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Artist:Ann Klem

Details: Artist: Ann Klem
"Tangerine Dream"
Details: Cast, cold-worked glass
A cast brick is created from sheets of glass. Then cold-working begins with the tile saw
removing large pieces of glass. Next grinding creates the shape. Then
finer and finer grinding and polishing bring the piece up to a full shine.

Contact: Ann klem

Contact: Ann klem

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Artist:Sarah Manly

Photographer:Sarah Manly

Details: Artist: Sarah Manly
"There is no blue without yellow and without orange." Vincent Van Gogh
Photographer: Sarah Manly
Details: Fused Bullseye powders.Approx 140mm X 140mm
Fused panel.

Contact: sarahmanly@outlook.com

Contact: sarahmanly@outlook.com

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Artist:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Photographer:Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Details: Artist: Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Celtic Journey
Photographer: Emma Butler-Cole Aiken
Details: One of a series of panels
Painted and stained leaded glass panel

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

Contact: ebcaglass@yahoo.co.uk

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Artist:Crispian Heath

Photographer:Own

Details: Artist: Crispian Heath
Orange Red Cliff edge
Photographer: Own
Details: CRH 307, 32 X 16 X 11cm
Cast glass wedge form

Contact: mail@crispianheath.com

Contact: mail@crispianheath.com

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Artist:Catherine Mahé

Photographer:Catherine Mahé

Details: Artist: Catherine Mahé
orange pop
Photographer: Catherine Mahé
Details: Kilnformed glass platter 30cm x 30cm
Contact: cmglassdesigns@gmail.com

Contact: cmglassdesigns@gmail.com

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Artist:Phil Vickery

Details: Artist: Phil Vickery
Helix Sculpture, faceted.
Photographer: Jo Howell
Details: Blown glass, cut, ground, polished, and faceted.
This is a design evolution of the idea that the technique represents nature, life, energy, and movement. These pieces are a representation of the energy that DNA gives all living things within nature. The intrinsic beauty of all living things all comes from the same basic design block and this is an amazing thing. So these sculptures pay homage to this extraordinary fact that almost borders on the sublime, but that results in the beautiful.

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

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Details: We invited 2 very special international glass artists to headline this show, and we are extremely proud to be able to share their work with you. It is a honour to have them exhibit work in this CGS online exhibition.

Demetra Theofanous is the President of Glass Alliance of Northern California, and along with Dean Bensen they create stunning work that seemlessly fits with this show. You can see more of their work at: www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

To buy any of their work, contact: demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com
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Artist:Frances Arkle

Photographer:Ester Segarra

Details: Artist: Frances Arkle
Autumn Flowers
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Stylised autumn flowers and berries
Wooden framed 50 H x 40 W cm panel in painted,fused and laminated glass with mirror glass mounted
1 cm behind.
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Details: Artist: Nicola Schellander
Liquified Pendants
Photographer: John Russell
Details: Cut lead crystal and studio blown glass
These Liquified Pendants were launched at 100% Design in London in October.

They form part of a brand new collection of works by Nicola Schellander, bringing together her passion for industry,
working with bespoke craftsmen, and a real passion to keep ancient skills alive that are disappearing in the UK.

The launch of her own brand, seeks to explore the range of bespoke colours and interchange forms that to create
visually stunning works for any interior, whilst exclusively being made in the South West of England.

All work is for sale at ww.nicolaschellander.com

Contact: info@nicolaschellander.com
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Artist:ANNITA MCKEE

Photographer:ANNITA MCKEE

Details: Artist: ANNITA MCKEE
UNDERWATER AUTUMN
Photographer: ANNITA MCKEE
Details: CAST GLASS PHOTOGRAPHED UNDERWATER
I take my sculptures scuba diving to see how the sea creatures and colours interact. This is the autumn underwater world which also changes with seasons. Along with sea life regenerating, moving to warmer seas, the changing autumn light impacts on the colours. This is titled 'contemplating'. I used a kiln formed glass process.

Contact: annita@annitamckee.com

Contact: annita@annitamckee.com

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Artist:Su Herbert

Photographer:Zbigniew Mroz

Details: Artist: Su Herbert
Autumn Rhythms #1
Photographer: Zbigniew Mroz
Details: Dimensions: H98 x D45 x L130mm (with wood stand)
Lost wax, open cast using Bullseye Glass. Cold worked.

Contact: Su Herbert
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Artist:Alin Johnson

Details: Artist: Alin Johnson
Details: Orange Vessels
alinejohnsonglassdesign@gmail.com

Contact: alinejohnsonglassdesign@gmail.com

Contact: alinejohnsonglassdesign@gmail.com

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Artist:Janine Altman

Details: Artist: Janine Altman
Joy of Tulips I
Details: Flameworking and Fused glass, bullseye glass. Dimensions: 16 x 30 x 30 cm. Year: 2019
Tulips are plants that have extremely beautiful and exquisite flowers,
are associated with warm and positive feelings. Whose meaning is perfect love.
They are known for their vivid colors and their beautiful shape, most varieties are
in fact almost perfectly symmetrical.

Contact: www.janinealtman.com / janine.altman@gmail.com Country of residence: Uruguay

Contact: janine.altman@gmail.com

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Artist:Roberta Mason

Photographer:Matthew Booth

Details: Artist: Roberta Mason
Amber Planet
Photographer: Photo: Matthew Booth
Details: blown glass
Blown glass sculpture inspired by the perpetual storms in the atmosphere of Jupiter

Contact: roberta@robertamasonartglass

Contact: roberta@robertamasonartglass

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Artist:Adriana Garcia

Photographer:Adriana Garcia

Details: Artist: Adriana Garcia
Adriana Garcia
Photographer: Adriana Garcia
Details: Bullseye & Drift wood
Autumnleaves- This piece has been created with the intention to capture the feeling of an Autumn tree branch. The vibrant yellow from the leaves support the idea that Autumn is upon us and winter is coming! Reflecting changes and struggling not only in our environment but also in many people that gets affected with the winter blues! Trying to reflected on it I created this centre piece with is supported by Drift wood and bring with it the message of the beauty of Autumn colours.
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Artist:Carolyn Barlow

Photographer:Carolyn Barlow

Details: Artist: Carolyn Barlow
The Love of Three Oranges
Photographer: C Barlow
Details: Stained, fused and leaded glass panel
39 x 64 cm
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Artist:Melt.Sky Edon

Details: Artist: Melt.Sky Edon
Angel of Fire
Details: Unframed.size 58cm/48Lcm
Wallart.Created using frit,dichroic and handmade pebbles with a dash of magic

Contact: 07727703978

Contact: 07727703978

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Details: Artist: Morag Reekie
'Another Door Opened'
Photographer: Morag Reekie
Details: 25H,10W,17Dcm
Cast glass mouse with copper wire tail, pulling a handmade wooden trolley with door knob siuated on top.

Contact: reekie39@googlemail.com
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Artist:Emma Lindsay

Photographer:Emma Lindsay

Details: Artist: Emma Lindsay
Honeybee
Photographer: Emma Lindsay
Fused kiln carved platter with honeycomb pattern and hand painted bee.

Contact: emma@emmajanelindsay.com

Contact: emma@emmajanelindsay.com

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Artist:Ruth Shelley

Photographer:Haydn Denman

Details: Artist: Ruth Shelley
Carthen
Photographer: Haydn Denman
Details: Gravity Dropped Vessel
20 x 20cms. Inspired by a woven double warp 'Carthen'- Welsh Blanket

Contact: ruth@ruthshelley.co.uk

Contact: ruth@ruthshelley.co.uk

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Artist:Teresa Chlapowski

Photographer:Teresa Chlapowski

Details: Artist: Teresa Chlapowski
Urban Reflections, Cushion Bowl
Photographer: Teresa Chlapowski
Details: Fused, slumped and screen printed glass, 23 x 35 x 6 cm
The screen print is taken from my photographs of skyscraper windows in London, with reflections of
orange City sunsets in the background.

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

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Details: Artist: Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

Demetra Theofanous- President, Glass Alliance of Northern California, www.glancinfo.org

Contact: demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com
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Details: Artist: Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
Demetra Theofanous and Dean Benson
www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

Demetra Theofanous- President, Glass Alliance of Northern California, www.glancinfo.org

Contact: demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com
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Artist:Tone Orvik

Photographer:Tone Orvik

Details: Artist: Tone Ørvik
"Refugee. Raft."
Photographer: Tone Orvik
Details: 15 H x 10 W x 15 D cm, cast Gaffer glass
One in a series of small sculptures in cast glass about refugees on a raft, the present peril and their dreams for the future.

Contact: Tone Orvik

Contact: Tone Orvik

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Artist:Wendy Wood

Photographer:Wendy Wood

Details: Artist: Wendy Wood
Oranges
Photographer: Wendy Wood
Details: Painted, fused and leaded
Approx 20cm square

Contact: wendy@glassbywendy.com

Contact: wendy@glassbywendy.com

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Current Exhibition

ONLY ONE WORD RHYMES WITH ORANGE! WITH FEATURED ARTISTS DEMETRA THEOFANOUS AND DEAN BENSON.

“Only One Word Rhymes with Orange!”

Once in a while, we like to have a gallery exhibition theme that reflects the seasons, or the time of year. Now the autumnal colours are appearing, we will be launching an online glass exhibition that heralds colours or oranges and umbers.

80 selected glass artists show off a piece of work that is stunning, vibrant, muted, or faded, but one in which the colour ORANGE sings!

We also invited 2 very special international glass artists to headline this show, and we are very proud to be able to share their work with you. It is a honour to have them exhibit work in this CGS online exhibition.

Demetra Theofanous is the President of Glass Alliance of Northern California, and along with Dean Bensen they create stunning work that seemlessly fits with this show. You can see more of their work at: www.sculpturebydemetra.com and www.deanbensen.com

To buy any of their work, contact: demetraglass@comcast.net and dcbglass@gmail.com

As with all our shows, this is a juried exhibition. Thank you to all those that submitted work.

This online exhibition was launched on 8 Dec 2019.

Launched on:8th December 2019

For info please contact Nicola at:wendy@glassbywendy.com

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