Current Exhibition

THE CGS FEBRUARY OPEN 2019

Current Exhibition

THE CGS FEBRUARY OPEN 2019

The CGS February Open 2019

This wonderfully varied online Contemporary Glass Exhibition culminated after a call for artists to take part in an open show.

There was no specific theme for this exhibition………however, we asked that the images selected, exhibited a high quality of work, and a successful level of photography, following the CGS photography guidelines.

45 CGS glass artists were eventually selected, from a large number of entries.

It was launched on 8th March 2019.

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Launched on:8th March 2019



Artist:Linzi Wetherell

Email:Linzi Wetherell

Description: Artist: Linzi Wetherell
Contrasting Cityscape
Photographer: Linzi Wetherell
Details: Mainly bullseye powders Dimensions: 13 x 9.5 x 3 cm
This 3 dimensional Cityscape is inspired by my travels around the Baltic’s, and experiencing the picturesque contrast between the traditional houses and the modern skyline.

Contact: Linzi.wetherell@googlemail.com

Contact: Linzi.wetherell@googlemail.com

Details: Mainly bullseye powders Dimensions: 13 x 9.5 x 3 cm

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Artist:ClaireHall

Email:Claire Hall

Description: Artist: ClaireHall
Searching for Peace - Enso Series
Photographer: Claire Hall
Details: Bullseye glass and enamel. Pate de Verre. 15x5x130cm
My work explores human emotion through abstract form. In Zen, enso is a circle that is hand drawn in one or two uninhibited brush strokes to express a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. Using this concept as a starting point the installation was created over seven consecutive days, beginning with a circular brush stroke onto plaster.

Contact: clairehallglass@aol.com clairehall.co.uk

Contact: clairehallglass@aol.com clairehall.co.uk

Details: Bullseye glass and enamel. Pate de Verre. 15x5x130cm

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Artist:Sarah Wiberley

Email:Sylvain Deleu

Description: Artist: Sarah Wiberley
3 Billion Solutions But Only One Problem
Photographer: Sylvain Deleu
Details: height 26cm approx
Blown glass with sandblasted detail

Contact: sarah@sarahwiberley.co.uk

Contact: sarah@sarahwiberley.co.uk

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Artist:Lois Parker

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Lois Parker
Washday Installation
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: kiln formed, mouthblown and vintage and found glass with sound
Installation, approx 70x70x1000cm. Vintage washboards and kiln formed powder printed frit 'fabric'. Sound piece five minutes looped, three tracks, washing sounds, interview and extracts from research paper on the impact of laundry activities in social housing.

Contact: loismayparker@gmail.com

Contact: loismayparker@gmail.com

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Artist:Hannah Gibson Glass Mindful

Email:Beytan Erkmen

Description: Artist: Hannah Gibson Glass
Mindful
Photographer: Photography Beytan Erkmen
Details: Cast Glass, made using 100% recycled glass and watch parts
Passionate about Sustainability and Recycling, I spend a considerable amount of time trying to think of
different ways to recycle glass.The opportunities are limitless.
This Cast Glass figure (made using the lost wax casting method) is made from recycled marmalade jars are watch parts.

Contact: Hannah@HannahGibsonGlass.co.uk

Contact: Hannah@HannahGibsonGlass.co.uk

Details: Cast Glass, made using 100% recycled glass and watch parts

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Artist:Morag Reekie

Email:Morag Reekie

Description: Artist: Morag Reekie
Come Along Now
Photographer: Morag Reekie
Details: Cast glass mouse with dinky toy.
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

Contact: reekie39@googlemail.com

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Artist:Anna Alsina Bardagí

Email:Gary Willis

Description: Artist: Anna Alsina Bardagí
PENDULUM (displayed against a mirror)
Photographer: Gary Willis
Details: Eco-optical glass sculpture. Cast, polished and sandblasted. Size: 22.5 H x 22 W x 11.5 cm (8.8 H x 8.6 W x 4.5 in)
This artwork was inspired by Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei’s scientific investigations of the pendulum, an object with unique properties to restore force due to gravity. The pendulum's swing marks a fundamental system in nature that ties the rhythm of time to the existence of matter in the universe.

Contact: anna@annaalsina.com

Contact: anna@annaalsina.com

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Artist:Beverley Bunn

Email:Tony Bunn

Description: Artist: Beverley Bunn
Bonnie Scotland
Photographer: Tony Bunn
Details: Large oval drop vessel (33w x 16d x 10h) made with bullseye stringer and sheet glass
The original tapestry panel made in the colours of the Highland Violet and the Green Menzies tartans, was backed with violet striker, giving this vessel a completely different look inside - like day and night across the glenn.

Contact: Beverley Bunn - bevbunn@yahoo.co.uk - 07966461572

Contact: bevbunn@yahoo.co.uk - 07966461572

Details: Large oval drop vessel (33w x 16d x 10h) made with bullseye stringer and sheet glass

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Artist:Charles Sharpe

Email:Charles Sharpe

Description: Artist: Charles Sharpe
Oval Bowl with stand.
Photographer: Charles Sharpe
Details: Bullseye 3mm tints, 440mm x 208mm x 100mm
Strip construction from 10mm high pieces of glass .

Contact: Charles Sharpe

Contact: Charles Sharpe

Details: Bullseye 3mm tints, 440mm x 208mm x 100mm Strip construction from 10mm high pieces of glass .

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Artist:Roberta Mason

Email:Matthew Booth

Description: Artist: Roberta Mason
Maelstrom
Photographer: Matthew Booth
Details: 19-26 cm dia x 15 cm H
Blown glass sculpture

Contact: info@bluechromisglass.com

Contact: info@bluechromisglass.com

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Artist:Katie Fawcett

Email:Katie Fawcett

Description: Artist: Katie Fawcett
Studio Door Panel
Photographer: Katie Fawcett
Details: Opaque door panel (570x355mm) with glass screenprinted in blue and white enamels.
Door panel made to replace plain reeded glass in my studio door. The glass was sandblasted and screen printed before being leaded into the replacement panel. The image shows the panel backlit by daylight. The designs are initially drawn up by hand and then drawn up digitally so that they can be scaled as required.

Contact: katiefawcettglass@gmail.com

Contact: katiefawcettglass@gmail.com

Details: Opaque door panel (570x355mm) with glass screenprinted in blue and white enamels.

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Artist:Petra Sophia Roffel

Email:Frieda Mellema

Description: Artist: Petra Sophia Roffel
Oloid I
Photographer: Frieda Mellema | Uniquole
Details: 31x20x20 cm
For this object I was inspired by the industrial form called oloid. This form is used as a closed container to mix heavy metals with its binders more efficiently or to purify water up to 15% faster. Centrifugal - and centripetal forces are naturally balanced when this container-oloide-form is being moved and turned in its natural tottering motion.

I only used cold working techniques. It consists of 5 layers of 3 mm float glass, laminated, grinded, sandblasted and a light touch of white oil paint for a balanced serenity.

Contact: Www.petrasophiaroffel.com
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Artist:Rita Neumann

Email:Sebastian Gringauz

Description: Artist: Rita Neumann
My little towel
Photographer: Sebastian Gringauz
Details: Pate de verre.
I love fabric, their movement and textures. I like to work with clay to shape and move.
Dimensiones: 30x13x7cm

Contact: www.ritaneumann.com.ar
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Artist:Angie Packer

Email:Nigel Essex

Description: Artist: Angie Packer
Fluidity
Photographer: Nigel Essex - Photographer
Details: 35cm tall x 30cm wide (approx.)
A beautiful uncomplicated piece of blown glass and using a copper tool to form the sculptural element

Contact: angie.packer@hotmail.co.uk / 07732435643

Contact: angie.packer@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Maria Zulueta

Description: Artist: Maria Zulueta
https://www.mariazulueta.com/sculptures

Contact: formzulueta@hotmail.com

Contact: formzulueta@hotmail.com

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Artist:Margaret Foster

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Margaret Foster
Iris Disc
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: Double-cased disc, blue over ruby, sand carved, 28cms dia.
The iris is such a beautiful, complex flower.
I have tried to catch its intensity and glowing depth by engraving through the layers of coloured glass.
Glass blown by Neil Wilkin

Contact: margaretfoster@btinternet.com

Contact: margaretfoster@btinternet.com

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Artist:Lee Howes

Email:Lee Howes

Description: Artist: Lee Howes
Puffer Fish
Photographer: Lee Howes
Details: Reverse Cast Glass
28cm x 25cm x 8cm

Contact: lee@leehowesglass.com.au

Contact: lee@leehowesglass.com.au

Details: Reverse Cast Glass 28cm x 25cm x 8cm

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Artist:Tai XIAO

Email:Tai XIAO

Description: Artist: Tai XIAO
IMAGE FLOWERS SERIOUS - RIPPLE?
Photographer: Tai XIAO
Details: 42*40*12cm
The work combines the implicative and realistic from a solid to a half liquid state, it kilnformed by Diversiform Fusing and Casting Technique of Tai XIAO.

Contact: taiglass@outlook.com

Contact: taiglass@outlook.com

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Artist:Chris Jeffree

Description: Artist: Chris Jeffree
Dragon fruit box
Details: a kilnformed lidded glass box in pate de verre. 220 high x 147 mm wide.
Dragon fruit box and lid. A kiln formed lidded glass box in pate de verre with an inner liner. Bullseye glass.

Contact: c.e.jeffree@gmail.com

Contact: c.e.jeffree@gmail.com

Details: a kilnformed lidded glass box in pate de verre. 220 high x 147 mm wide.

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Artist:Silvana Ferrario

Email:Silvana Ferrario

Description: Artist: Silvana Ferrario
The Pond 1
Photographer: Silvana Ferrario
Details: 42 x 20 cm
We installed a new pond at our house and we sit by it every day and watch the eco system it has created. This piece is inspired by our pond.

Made of fused layered glass, kiln carved and ground to bring up the different layers, then refired.

Contact: siju@live.com.au

Contact: siju@live.com.au

Details: 42 x 20 cm

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Artist:Jonas Noël Niedermann

Email:Jonas Noël Niedermann

Description: Artist: Jonas Noël Niedermann
Floating Lines
Photographer: Jonas Noël Niedermann
Details: 35x25x8 cm
A work INSPIRED by photography of fumes. On top of that this work represents my fascination for glass: its transparency, multiple layers - and therefore - its illusionary. White and black lines are flowing in the transparent glass imitating smoke lines in the air. This self invented technique working with folding coloured lines in transparent hot and glowing glass, allows to work on multiple layers. Not knowing where the start and the end of the string is - similar to such on a DNA string – the pieces have unique details. The surface of intertwined strings are in a high contrast to the monochrome inside, and because of its complicated technique they will never meet. Transparent glass is always in between in order to let the strings float up and down in the material. A new and unique approach letting the lines flow not only in one of the consecutive layers but exploring different depths of the glass.
This technique is a result of working experiences as a glassblower made during my 36 months of glass journey in Murano | Italy, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Sweden, and the USA.

Contact: Jonas Noël Niedermann

Contact: Jonas Noël Niedermann

Details: 35x25x8 cm

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Artist:Cathryn Shilling

Email:Ester Segarra

Description: Artist: Cathryn Shilling
Cloaked - Jocasta & Oedipus
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Free blown glass with kiln formed glass cloak applied hot
Cloaked are large figurative pieces that are the culmination of the development of ideas and processes made over a long period of time. The process of slow, considered exploration of the material cold and rigid in the studio. The technical exploration of hot glass processes requiring quick judgements in order to create a form, drawn from observation. And the process of resolution, so by bringing these elements together, produces something that is greater than the sum of the parts.

These pieces stand tall like a character in a play, conveying the essence of inevitable tragedy to be found in life, love, war and death.

Contact: glass@cathrynshilling.co.uk

Contact: glass@cathrynshilling.co.uk

Details: Free blown glass with kiln formed glass cloak applied hot

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Artist:Richard Roberts

Email:Richard Roberts

Description: Artist: Richard Roberts
Glass blown vessel
Photographer: Richard Roberts
Details: 16H x 10W x 8.5D cm
A blue glass blown piece with a pinkish hued trail, red & yellow stringers and bubbles.

Contact: richard.roberts1@homecall.co.uk

Contact: richard.roberts1@homecall.co.uk

Details: 16H x 10W x 8.5D cm

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Artist:Anne Zorner (Alfeze)

Email:Anne Zorner (Alfeze)

Description: Artist: Anne Zorner (Alfeze)
A bouget of Lilies
Photographer: Anne Zorner (Alfeze)
Details: 5 lilies
Each glass Lily has been separately kiln formed, enamel painted, fused and slumped. Exploring the capabilities of different bullseye 2 and 3mm white glasses to see which best forms a base to capture the delicacy of all species lilium.

Details: 5 lilies

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Artist:Helen Slater Stokes

Email:Helen Stokes

Description: Artist: Helen Slater Stokes
Gateway
Photographer: Helen Stokes
Details: Cast glass, 13cm diameter x 4.5cm deep
This work explores the creation of the 3D or spatial image, within glass, and the notion of glass as a facilitator, in working with and challenging our perception of space. Works address traditional artistic spatial illusionary methods, via drawing, such as perspective and tonality in order to create virtual landscapes that capture and preserve this space

Contact: helenslaterglass@aol.com

Contact: helenslaterglass@aol.com

Details: Cast glass, 13cm diameter x 4.5cm deep

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Artist:Jan Langdale

Email:Chris Lord

Description: Artist: Jan Langdale (formerly Taylor)
'Avenia in blues' #00612
Photographer: Photo Credit: Chris Lord
Details: Hand-painted, mulit-layered, kiln-cast glass artwork. L 10" x H 8" x D 36mm's.
Through my artwork I aim to capture the simplicity and beauty of the natural landscape in deep dimension.
This piece has 12 layers of glass. Each layer is hand-painted and pre-fired, sometimes 2-3 times, to add more detail to the layers.
The layers are then stacked together and kiln-cast into one solid piece of glass artwork.

Contact: jan@janlangdale.com

Contact: jan@janlangdale.com

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Artist:Antonis Koutouzis

Description: Artist: Antonis Koutouzis
"Reunion" 2018
Details: Cast glass chain,12 links (9,5x6,5cm) 79cm long
'Reunion' wants to research the topic of unity and explore the act of breaking relationships, with regards to Great Britain’s choice of leaving the European Union after 45 years.

Contact: contact@antoniskoutouzis.com

Contact: contact@antoniskoutouzis.com

Details: Cast glass chain,12 links (9,5x6,5cm) 79cm long

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Artist:Crispian Heath

Email:Own

Description: Artist: Crispian Heath
Bronze/ Grey Cliff
Photographer: Own
Details: Cast glass, 30 X 14 X 10cm
Cast glass, V shaped form, 30 X 14 X 10cm

Contact: mail@crispianheath.com

Contact: mail@crispianheath.com

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Artist:Bob Leatherbarrow

Email:Bob Leatherbarrow

Description: Artist: Bob Leatherbarrow
The Usual Suspects
Photographer: Bob Leatherbarrow
Details: Six Kilnformed goblets, each of which is about 20 cm tall.
"The Usual Suspects" were created to honour the functional history of glass in the most beautiful way I can.

This collection of goblets, each of which rests on a matching foot, showcase various textural styles created with kilnformed glass powders. These textures have been attenuated during slumping in a drop-out mould. Textured powders also occur at various levels throughout each piece resulting in features such as the small cups at the base of several goblets. The dark boundaries between colours result from careful placement of chemically reactive colours.

Contact: Bob.Leatherbarrow@gmail.com

Contact: Bob.Leatherbarrow@gmail.com

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Artist:Louise Ward

Email:Louise Ward

Description: Artist: Louise Ward
'A few experiences in France'
Photographer: Louise Ward
Details: Pate de Verre, roughly 30cm x 20cm x 10cm
This is one piece taken from a series of Pate de verre glass faces created to mark the centenary of WW1. My Great grandfather was a Corporal during the war and left a short diary which he named 'A few experiences in France'. My work depicts faces covered in war injuries and extracts from his diary with the objective and getting the viewer to consider the sacrifices of the men who fought for their country on a more personal level. This photo was taken in a preserved trench which was used during WW1 in the Battle of The Somme in France.

Contact: louiseward46@msn.com

Contact: louiseward46@msn.com

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Artist:Tlws Johnson

Email:John Credland

Description: Artist: Tlws Johnson
Together
Photographer: John Credland
Details: Cast Glass; Apricot Gaffer Glass. Weighs 14 kilograms.
Made with my 52nd wedding anniversary in mind. Lovingly polished with diamond pads to a smooth polish it is very tactile.
It can be viewed as something else and that is fine too.

Contact: tlws.j@sky.com

Contact: tlws.j@sky.com

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Artist:Jianyong Guo

Description: Artist: Jianyong Guo
Golden Autumn
Photographer: This is a recently new work, the first time show on public.
Details: 40x60x25cm, made in 2019.
It is an inside glaze painting blowing glass work, expressing the harvest of autumn and the idea of man and the nature should be harmony.

Contact: gjy36900@163.com

Contact: gjy36900@163.com

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Artist:Tingting Zhao

Description: Artist: Tingting Zhao
Violet Gold Purple Crown
Photographer: Associate Professor;Artist;Tutor
Details: 61x23x55cm,Cast Glass,Photo by Hongkong Gallery
Violet Gold Purple Crown is the highest social status hat of Mongolian Ladies.
A symbolic of noble,elegance,auspicious,with the sound of the horn and victory flag.

Contact: zhaotingting1995@163.com

Contact: zhaotingting1995@163.com

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Artist:Geoff Thwaites

Email:Geoff Thwaites

Description: Artist: Geoff Thwaites
Peony. Entrance to Hughes Hall Library, Cambridge
Photographer: Geoff Thwaites
Details: Commission: Engraved panel, engraving area 750 x 350 mm
Design developed from 17th century Chinese watercolour.
Drill engraved using diamond and stone burrs and rubber polishers.

Contact: grthwaites@hotmail.com

Contact: grthwaites@hotmail.com

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Artist:Dina Priess dos Santos

Email:Astarita

Description: Artist: Dina Priess dos Santos
Noli me tangere, barbariae sum
Photographer: Astarita
Details: H25xW23xD18cm, casted foam glass
casting foamed glass, one of my latest projects.
The mythological animal weighs 4kg instaed 10kg, when regularly casted

Contact: dinadossantos09@gmail.com

Contact: dinadossantos09@gmail.com

Details: H25xW23xD18cm, casted foam glass

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Artist:Natsumi Jones

Email:Courtesy of artist

Description: Artist: Natsumi Jones
May Your Wish Come True
Photographer: Courtesy of artist
Details: 2018, Screen-printed and kiln-formed glass powder
This installation artwork consists of hundreds of delicately powder printed glass leaves hanging from the ceiling. Each leaf has a different person’s wish written on it, which is collected from anonymous people through the wish box I set up in a public space. The idea comes from the myths and the traditional custom from my origin country Japan. The leaf was often used as a device to deliver a person’s wish or prayer and connects the physical and spiritual world. The leaf itself is a physical manifestation of a person’s wish, whilst the reflected shadow of the wish on the wall is the alter bridge to where the fulfillment of the wish maybe answered from.

Contact: natsumi.jones.art@gmail.com

Contact: natsumi.jones.art@gmail.com

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Artist:Morgan Stockton

Email:Nigel Essex

Description: Artist: Morgan Stockton
Coiled 1 (2018)
Photographer: Nigel Essex
Details: Blown Glass and Steel Wire Grid. H: 31 cm x W: 17cm
Birmingham’s architectural, industrial and manufacturing heritage have informed my work conceptually and aesthetically, through my materials and using a restricted colour palette of greys to bring this to the foreground. Characterised by a minimal aesthetic and inspired by brutalist architecture, represented by the steel grid structures I create, that dictates the forms and surface pattern of the glass. Steel is habitually seen as strong while glass is known for its fragility. However, in my work these roles are reversed as I explore the innumerable possibilities of the materials, the annealed steel is soft and delicate yet still the supporting structure in the sculptures. To create these sculptures, I use an experimental approach to traditional cage glass blowing.

Contact: morgan.stockton@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: morgan.stockton@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Sandra Young

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Sandra Young
Exhilaration
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: 25 x 20 x 18cm
Flame worked borosilicate glass.

Contact: Sandra Young

Contact: sandra@firecreation.com

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Artist:Phil Vickery

Email:Jo Howell

Description: Artist: Phil Vickery
Faceted Vortex Wave Sculpture, 2018
Photographer: Jo Howell
Details: Free blown glass, cut, ground, polished, and faceted.
An abstract expressionist glass sculpture with the base of nature and sea life as a starting point.

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Dawid Stroyny

Email:David Williams

Description: Artist: Dawid Stroyny
Embrace
Photographer: David Williams
Details: 55x40cm each
Contact: stroyny@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: stroyny@hotmail.co.uk

Details: 55x40cm each

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Artist:Ana Laura Quintana

Email:Luciano Garetto

Description: Artist: Ana Laura Quintana
Floating vessels
Photographer: Luciano Garetto
Details: Five pâte de verre vessels. The larger one has a diameter of 12 cm.
These "Floating Vessels" are the result of experimenting with the pâte de verre technique using the paste of glass without a mold. The result are ethereal pieces, very thin and translucent, but that can contain water and also float. Like all my works, I take nature as a source of inspiration.
I love to give them the detail of gold on the edges.

Contact: analauraquintana@icloud.com

Contact: analauraquintana@icloud.com

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Artist:Teresa Chlapowski

Email:Ester Segarra

Description: Artist: Teresa Chlapowski
Body Within II
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: 47 x 15 x 5 cm, sand cast with copper inclusion, back partly polished, on a ceramic base
Inspired by an Egyptian Ushabti (a funerary figurine intended to act as a servant for the deceased)
and by the multi layers that make us who we are.

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

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Artist:Jill Bagnall

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Jill Bagnall
Electrum Wave
Photographer: Photgraphy by Simon Bruntnell
Details: Large wave form, with 'tapestry' formed wave design.
A multi faceted piece where most of the 'texture' is in fact an optical illusion.
The wave pattern requires several hot & cold processes and finally slumping over a large wave form ceramic mould.
I find people cannot resist touching it, which I actively encourage, allowing their hand to follow the shape and being amazed that the surface is not actually 3-Dimensional.
This piece is as tactile as it visual.

Contact: jill@fusingideas.co.uk

Contact: jill@fusingideas.co.uk

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Artist:Karina Del Savio

Email:Florencia Downes

Description: Artist: Karina Del Savio
"Something else does Exist"
Photographer: Florencia Downes
Details: Cast Glass with gold lusters 32 x 20 x 12 inches ( Installed)
Contact: instagram : kdelsavio

Contact: instagram : kdelsavio

Details: Cast Glass with gold lusters 32 x 20 x 12 inches ( Installed)

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Artist:Linzi Wetherell

Email:Linzi Wetherell

Description: Artist: Linzi Wetherell
Contrasting Cityscape
Photographer: Linzi Wetherell
Details: Mainly bullseye powders Dimensions: 13 x 9.5 x 3 cm
This 3 dimensional Cityscape is inspired by my travels around the Baltic’s, and experiencing the picturesque contrast between the traditional houses and the modern skyline.

Contact: Linzi.wetherell@googlemail.com

Contact: Linzi.wetherell@googlemail.com

Details: Mainly bullseye powders Dimensions: 13 x 9.5 x 3 cm

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Artist:ClaireHall

Email:Claire Hall

Description: Artist: ClaireHall
Searching for Peace - Enso Series
Photographer: Claire Hall
Details: Bullseye glass and enamel. Pate de Verre. 15x5x130cm
My work explores human emotion through abstract form. In Zen, enso is a circle that is hand drawn in one or two uninhibited brush strokes to express a moment when the mind is free to let the body create. Using this concept as a starting point the installation was created over seven consecutive days, beginning with a circular brush stroke onto plaster.

Contact: clairehallglass@aol.com clairehall.co.uk

Contact: clairehallglass@aol.com clairehall.co.uk

Details: Bullseye glass and enamel. Pate de Verre. 15x5x130cm

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Artist:Sarah Wiberley

Email:Sylvain Deleu

Description: Artist: Sarah Wiberley
3 Billion Solutions But Only One Problem
Photographer: Sylvain Deleu
Details: height 26cm approx
Blown glass with sandblasted detail

Contact: sarah@sarahwiberley.co.uk

Contact: sarah@sarahwiberley.co.uk

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Artist:Lois Parker

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Lois Parker
Washday Installation
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: kiln formed, mouthblown and vintage and found glass with sound
Installation, approx 70x70x1000cm. Vintage washboards and kiln formed powder printed frit 'fabric'. Sound piece five minutes looped, three tracks, washing sounds, interview and extracts from research paper on the impact of laundry activities in social housing.

Contact: loismayparker@gmail.com

Contact: loismayparker@gmail.com

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Artist:Hannah Gibson Glass Mindful

Email:Beytan Erkmen

Description: Artist: Hannah Gibson Glass
Mindful
Photographer: Photography Beytan Erkmen
Details: Cast Glass, made using 100% recycled glass and watch parts
Passionate about Sustainability and Recycling, I spend a considerable amount of time trying to think of
different ways to recycle glass.The opportunities are limitless.
This Cast Glass figure (made using the lost wax casting method) is made from recycled marmalade jars are watch parts.

Contact: Hannah@HannahGibsonGlass.co.uk

Contact: Hannah@HannahGibsonGlass.co.uk

Details: Cast Glass, made using 100% recycled glass and watch parts

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Artist:Morag Reekie

Email:Morag Reekie

Description: Artist: Morag Reekie
Come Along Now
Photographer: Morag Reekie
Details: Cast glass mouse with dinky toy.
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

Contact: reekie39@googlemail.com

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Artist:Anna Alsina Bardagí

Email:Gary Willis

Description: Artist: Anna Alsina Bardagí
PENDULUM (displayed against a mirror)
Photographer: Gary Willis
Details: Eco-optical glass sculpture. Cast, polished and sandblasted. Size: 22.5 H x 22 W x 11.5 cm (8.8 H x 8.6 W x 4.5 in)
This artwork was inspired by Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei’s scientific investigations of the pendulum, an object with unique properties to restore force due to gravity. The pendulum's swing marks a fundamental system in nature that ties the rhythm of time to the existence of matter in the universe.

Contact: anna@annaalsina.com

Contact: anna@annaalsina.com

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Artist:Beverley Bunn

Email:Tony Bunn

Description: Artist: Beverley Bunn
Bonnie Scotland
Photographer: Tony Bunn
Details: Large oval drop vessel (33w x 16d x 10h) made with bullseye stringer and sheet glass
The original tapestry panel made in the colours of the Highland Violet and the Green Menzies tartans, was backed with violet striker, giving this vessel a completely different look inside - like day and night across the glenn.

Contact: Beverley Bunn - bevbunn@yahoo.co.uk - 07966461572

Contact: bevbunn@yahoo.co.uk - 07966461572

Details: Large oval drop vessel (33w x 16d x 10h) made with bullseye stringer and sheet glass

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Artist:Charles Sharpe

Email:Charles Sharpe

Description: Artist: Charles Sharpe
Oval Bowl with stand.
Photographer: Charles Sharpe
Details: Bullseye 3mm tints, 440mm x 208mm x 100mm
Strip construction from 10mm high pieces of glass .

Contact: Charles Sharpe

Contact: Charles Sharpe

Details: Bullseye 3mm tints, 440mm x 208mm x 100mm Strip construction from 10mm high pieces of glass .

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Artist:Roberta Mason

Email:Matthew Booth

Description: Artist: Roberta Mason
Maelstrom
Photographer: Matthew Booth
Details: 19-26 cm dia x 15 cm H
Blown glass sculpture

Contact: info@bluechromisglass.com

Contact: info@bluechromisglass.com

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Artist:Katie Fawcett

Email:Katie Fawcett

Description: Artist: Katie Fawcett
Studio Door Panel
Photographer: Katie Fawcett
Details: Opaque door panel (570x355mm) with glass screenprinted in blue and white enamels.
Door panel made to replace plain reeded glass in my studio door. The glass was sandblasted and screen printed before being leaded into the replacement panel. The image shows the panel backlit by daylight. The designs are initially drawn up by hand and then drawn up digitally so that they can be scaled as required.

Contact: katiefawcettglass@gmail.com

Contact: katiefawcettglass@gmail.com

Details: Opaque door panel (570x355mm) with glass screenprinted in blue and white enamels.

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Artist:Petra Sophia Roffel

Email:Frieda Mellema

Description: Artist: Petra Sophia Roffel
Oloid I
Photographer: Frieda Mellema | Uniquole
Details: 31x20x20 cm
For this object I was inspired by the industrial form called oloid. This form is used as a closed container to mix heavy metals with its binders more efficiently or to purify water up to 15% faster. Centrifugal - and centripetal forces are naturally balanced when this container-oloide-form is being moved and turned in its natural tottering motion.

I only used cold working techniques. It consists of 5 layers of 3 mm float glass, laminated, grinded, sandblasted and a light touch of white oil paint for a balanced serenity.

Contact: Www.petrasophiaroffel.com
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Artist:Rita Neumann

Email:Sebastian Gringauz

Description: Artist: Rita Neumann
My little towel
Photographer: Sebastian Gringauz
Details: Pate de verre.
I love fabric, their movement and textures. I like to work with clay to shape and move.
Dimensiones: 30x13x7cm

Contact: www.ritaneumann.com.ar
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Artist:Angie Packer

Email:Nigel Essex

Description: Artist: Angie Packer
Fluidity
Photographer: Nigel Essex - Photographer
Details: 35cm tall x 30cm wide (approx.)
A beautiful uncomplicated piece of blown glass and using a copper tool to form the sculptural element

Contact: angie.packer@hotmail.co.uk / 07732435643

Contact: angie.packer@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Maria Zulueta

Description: Artist: Maria Zulueta
https://www.mariazulueta.com/sculptures

Contact: formzulueta@hotmail.com

Contact: formzulueta@hotmail.com

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Artist:Margaret Foster

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Margaret Foster
Iris Disc
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: Double-cased disc, blue over ruby, sand carved, 28cms dia.
The iris is such a beautiful, complex flower.
I have tried to catch its intensity and glowing depth by engraving through the layers of coloured glass.
Glass blown by Neil Wilkin

Contact: margaretfoster@btinternet.com

Contact: margaretfoster@btinternet.com

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Artist:Lee Howes

Email:Lee Howes

Description: Artist: Lee Howes
Puffer Fish
Photographer: Lee Howes
Details: Reverse Cast Glass
28cm x 25cm x 8cm

Contact: lee@leehowesglass.com.au

Contact: lee@leehowesglass.com.au

Details: Reverse Cast Glass 28cm x 25cm x 8cm

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Artist:Tai XIAO

Email:Tai XIAO

Description: Artist: Tai XIAO
IMAGE FLOWERS SERIOUS - RIPPLE?
Photographer: Tai XIAO
Details: 42*40*12cm
The work combines the implicative and realistic from a solid to a half liquid state, it kilnformed by Diversiform Fusing and Casting Technique of Tai XIAO.

Contact: taiglass@outlook.com

Contact: taiglass@outlook.com

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Artist:Chris Jeffree

Description: Artist: Chris Jeffree
Dragon fruit box
Details: a kilnformed lidded glass box in pate de verre. 220 high x 147 mm wide.
Dragon fruit box and lid. A kiln formed lidded glass box in pate de verre with an inner liner. Bullseye glass.

Contact: c.e.jeffree@gmail.com

Contact: c.e.jeffree@gmail.com

Details: a kilnformed lidded glass box in pate de verre. 220 high x 147 mm wide.

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Artist:Silvana Ferrario

Email:Silvana Ferrario

Description: Artist: Silvana Ferrario
The Pond 1
Photographer: Silvana Ferrario
Details: 42 x 20 cm
We installed a new pond at our house and we sit by it every day and watch the eco system it has created. This piece is inspired by our pond.

Made of fused layered glass, kiln carved and ground to bring up the different layers, then refired.

Contact: siju@live.com.au

Contact: siju@live.com.au

Details: 42 x 20 cm

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Artist:Jonas Noël Niedermann

Email:Jonas Noël Niedermann

Description: Artist: Jonas Noël Niedermann
Floating Lines
Photographer: Jonas Noël Niedermann
Details: 35x25x8 cm
A work INSPIRED by photography of fumes. On top of that this work represents my fascination for glass: its transparency, multiple layers - and therefore - its illusionary. White and black lines are flowing in the transparent glass imitating smoke lines in the air. This self invented technique working with folding coloured lines in transparent hot and glowing glass, allows to work on multiple layers. Not knowing where the start and the end of the string is - similar to such on a DNA string – the pieces have unique details. The surface of intertwined strings are in a high contrast to the monochrome inside, and because of its complicated technique they will never meet. Transparent glass is always in between in order to let the strings float up and down in the material. A new and unique approach letting the lines flow not only in one of the consecutive layers but exploring different depths of the glass.
This technique is a result of working experiences as a glassblower made during my 36 months of glass journey in Murano | Italy, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Sweden, and the USA.

Contact: Jonas Noël Niedermann

Contact: Jonas Noël Niedermann

Details: 35x25x8 cm

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Artist:Cathryn Shilling

Email:Ester Segarra

Description: Artist: Cathryn Shilling
Cloaked - Jocasta & Oedipus
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Free blown glass with kiln formed glass cloak applied hot
Cloaked are large figurative pieces that are the culmination of the development of ideas and processes made over a long period of time. The process of slow, considered exploration of the material cold and rigid in the studio. The technical exploration of hot glass processes requiring quick judgements in order to create a form, drawn from observation. And the process of resolution, so by bringing these elements together, produces something that is greater than the sum of the parts.

These pieces stand tall like a character in a play, conveying the essence of inevitable tragedy to be found in life, love, war and death.

Contact: glass@cathrynshilling.co.uk

Contact: glass@cathrynshilling.co.uk

Details: Free blown glass with kiln formed glass cloak applied hot

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Artist:Richard Roberts

Email:Richard Roberts

Description: Artist: Richard Roberts
Glass blown vessel
Photographer: Richard Roberts
Details: 16H x 10W x 8.5D cm
A blue glass blown piece with a pinkish hued trail, red & yellow stringers and bubbles.

Contact: richard.roberts1@homecall.co.uk

Contact: richard.roberts1@homecall.co.uk

Details: 16H x 10W x 8.5D cm

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Artist:Anne Zorner (Alfeze)

Email:Anne Zorner (Alfeze)

Description: Artist: Anne Zorner (Alfeze)
A bouget of Lilies
Photographer: Anne Zorner (Alfeze)
Details: 5 lilies
Each glass Lily has been separately kiln formed, enamel painted, fused and slumped. Exploring the capabilities of different bullseye 2 and 3mm white glasses to see which best forms a base to capture the delicacy of all species lilium.

Details: 5 lilies

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Artist:Helen Slater Stokes

Email:Helen Stokes

Description: Artist: Helen Slater Stokes
Gateway
Photographer: Helen Stokes
Details: Cast glass, 13cm diameter x 4.5cm deep
This work explores the creation of the 3D or spatial image, within glass, and the notion of glass as a facilitator, in working with and challenging our perception of space. Works address traditional artistic spatial illusionary methods, via drawing, such as perspective and tonality in order to create virtual landscapes that capture and preserve this space

Contact: helenslaterglass@aol.com

Contact: helenslaterglass@aol.com

Details: Cast glass, 13cm diameter x 4.5cm deep

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Artist:Jan Langdale

Email:Chris Lord

Description: Artist: Jan Langdale (formerly Taylor)
'Avenia in blues' #00612
Photographer: Photo Credit: Chris Lord
Details: Hand-painted, mulit-layered, kiln-cast glass artwork. L 10" x H 8" x D 36mm's.
Through my artwork I aim to capture the simplicity and beauty of the natural landscape in deep dimension.
This piece has 12 layers of glass. Each layer is hand-painted and pre-fired, sometimes 2-3 times, to add more detail to the layers.
The layers are then stacked together and kiln-cast into one solid piece of glass artwork.

Contact: jan@janlangdale.com

Contact: jan@janlangdale.com

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Artist:Antonis Koutouzis

Description: Artist: Antonis Koutouzis
"Reunion" 2018
Details: Cast glass chain,12 links (9,5x6,5cm) 79cm long
'Reunion' wants to research the topic of unity and explore the act of breaking relationships, with regards to Great Britain’s choice of leaving the European Union after 45 years.

Contact: contact@antoniskoutouzis.com

Contact: contact@antoniskoutouzis.com

Details: Cast glass chain,12 links (9,5x6,5cm) 79cm long

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Artist:Crispian Heath

Email:Own

Description: Artist: Crispian Heath
Bronze/ Grey Cliff
Photographer: Own
Details: Cast glass, 30 X 14 X 10cm
Cast glass, V shaped form, 30 X 14 X 10cm

Contact: mail@crispianheath.com

Contact: mail@crispianheath.com

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Artist:Bob Leatherbarrow

Email:Bob Leatherbarrow

Description: Artist: Bob Leatherbarrow
The Usual Suspects
Photographer: Bob Leatherbarrow
Details: Six Kilnformed goblets, each of which is about 20 cm tall.
"The Usual Suspects" were created to honour the functional history of glass in the most beautiful way I can.

This collection of goblets, each of which rests on a matching foot, showcase various textural styles created with kilnformed glass powders. These textures have been attenuated during slumping in a drop-out mould. Textured powders also occur at various levels throughout each piece resulting in features such as the small cups at the base of several goblets. The dark boundaries between colours result from careful placement of chemically reactive colours.

Contact: Bob.Leatherbarrow@gmail.com

Contact: Bob.Leatherbarrow@gmail.com

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Artist:Louise Ward

Email:Louise Ward

Description: Artist: Louise Ward
'A few experiences in France'
Photographer: Louise Ward
Details: Pate de Verre, roughly 30cm x 20cm x 10cm
This is one piece taken from a series of Pate de verre glass faces created to mark the centenary of WW1. My Great grandfather was a Corporal during the war and left a short diary which he named 'A few experiences in France'. My work depicts faces covered in war injuries and extracts from his diary with the objective and getting the viewer to consider the sacrifices of the men who fought for their country on a more personal level. This photo was taken in a preserved trench which was used during WW1 in the Battle of The Somme in France.

Contact: louiseward46@msn.com

Contact: louiseward46@msn.com

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Artist:Tlws Johnson

Email:John Credland

Description: Artist: Tlws Johnson
Together
Photographer: John Credland
Details: Cast Glass; Apricot Gaffer Glass. Weighs 14 kilograms.
Made with my 52nd wedding anniversary in mind. Lovingly polished with diamond pads to a smooth polish it is very tactile.
It can be viewed as something else and that is fine too.

Contact: tlws.j@sky.com

Contact: tlws.j@sky.com

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Artist:Jianyong Guo

Description: Artist: Jianyong Guo
Golden Autumn
Photographer: This is a recently new work, the first time show on public.
Details: 40x60x25cm, made in 2019.
It is an inside glaze painting blowing glass work, expressing the harvest of autumn and the idea of man and the nature should be harmony.

Contact: gjy36900@163.com

Contact: gjy36900@163.com

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Artist:Tingting Zhao

Description: Artist: Tingting Zhao
Violet Gold Purple Crown
Photographer: Associate Professor;Artist;Tutor
Details: 61x23x55cm,Cast Glass,Photo by Hongkong Gallery
Violet Gold Purple Crown is the highest social status hat of Mongolian Ladies.
A symbolic of noble,elegance,auspicious,with the sound of the horn and victory flag.

Contact: zhaotingting1995@163.com

Contact: zhaotingting1995@163.com

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Artist:Geoff Thwaites

Email:Geoff Thwaites

Description: Artist: Geoff Thwaites
Peony. Entrance to Hughes Hall Library, Cambridge
Photographer: Geoff Thwaites
Details: Commission: Engraved panel, engraving area 750 x 350 mm
Design developed from 17th century Chinese watercolour.
Drill engraved using diamond and stone burrs and rubber polishers.

Contact: grthwaites@hotmail.com

Contact: grthwaites@hotmail.com

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Artist:Dina Priess dos Santos

Email:Astarita

Description: Artist: Dina Priess dos Santos
Noli me tangere, barbariae sum
Photographer: Astarita
Details: H25xW23xD18cm, casted foam glass
casting foamed glass, one of my latest projects.
The mythological animal weighs 4kg instaed 10kg, when regularly casted

Contact: dinadossantos09@gmail.com

Contact: dinadossantos09@gmail.com

Details: H25xW23xD18cm, casted foam glass

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Artist:Natsumi Jones

Email:Courtesy of artist

Description: Artist: Natsumi Jones
May Your Wish Come True
Photographer: Courtesy of artist
Details: 2018, Screen-printed and kiln-formed glass powder
This installation artwork consists of hundreds of delicately powder printed glass leaves hanging from the ceiling. Each leaf has a different person’s wish written on it, which is collected from anonymous people through the wish box I set up in a public space. The idea comes from the myths and the traditional custom from my origin country Japan. The leaf was often used as a device to deliver a person’s wish or prayer and connects the physical and spiritual world. The leaf itself is a physical manifestation of a person’s wish, whilst the reflected shadow of the wish on the wall is the alter bridge to where the fulfillment of the wish maybe answered from.

Contact: natsumi.jones.art@gmail.com

Contact: natsumi.jones.art@gmail.com

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Artist:Morgan Stockton

Email:Nigel Essex

Description: Artist: Morgan Stockton
Coiled 1 (2018)
Photographer: Nigel Essex
Details: Blown Glass and Steel Wire Grid. H: 31 cm x W: 17cm
Birmingham’s architectural, industrial and manufacturing heritage have informed my work conceptually and aesthetically, through my materials and using a restricted colour palette of greys to bring this to the foreground. Characterised by a minimal aesthetic and inspired by brutalist architecture, represented by the steel grid structures I create, that dictates the forms and surface pattern of the glass. Steel is habitually seen as strong while glass is known for its fragility. However, in my work these roles are reversed as I explore the innumerable possibilities of the materials, the annealed steel is soft and delicate yet still the supporting structure in the sculptures. To create these sculptures, I use an experimental approach to traditional cage glass blowing.

Contact: morgan.stockton@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: morgan.stockton@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Sandra Young

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Sandra Young
Exhilaration
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: 25 x 20 x 18cm
Flame worked borosilicate glass.

Contact: Sandra Young

Contact: sandra@firecreation.com

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Artist:Phil Vickery

Email:Jo Howell

Description: Artist: Phil Vickery
Faceted Vortex Wave Sculpture, 2018
Photographer: Jo Howell
Details: Free blown glass, cut, ground, polished, and faceted.
An abstract expressionist glass sculpture with the base of nature and sea life as a starting point.

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: philvickeryglass@hotmail.co.uk

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Artist:Dawid Stroyny

Email:David Williams

Description: Artist: Dawid Stroyny
Embrace
Photographer: David Williams
Details: 55x40cm each
Contact: stroyny@hotmail.co.uk

Contact: stroyny@hotmail.co.uk

Details: 55x40cm each

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Artist:Ana Laura Quintana

Email:Luciano Garetto

Description: Artist: Ana Laura Quintana
Floating vessels
Photographer: Luciano Garetto
Details: Five pâte de verre vessels. The larger one has a diameter of 12 cm.
These "Floating Vessels" are the result of experimenting with the pâte de verre technique using the paste of glass without a mold. The result are ethereal pieces, very thin and translucent, but that can contain water and also float. Like all my works, I take nature as a source of inspiration.
I love to give them the detail of gold on the edges.

Contact: analauraquintana@icloud.com

Contact: analauraquintana@icloud.com

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Artist:Teresa Chlapowski

Email:Ester Segarra

Description: Artist: Teresa Chlapowski
Body Within II
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: 47 x 15 x 5 cm, sand cast with copper inclusion, back partly polished, on a ceramic base
Inspired by an Egyptian Ushabti (a funerary figurine intended to act as a servant for the deceased)
and by the multi layers that make us who we are.

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

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Artist:Jill Bagnall

Email:Simon Bruntnell

Description: Artist: Jill Bagnall
Electrum Wave
Photographer: Photgraphy by Simon Bruntnell
Details: Large wave form, with 'tapestry' formed wave design.
A multi faceted piece where most of the 'texture' is in fact an optical illusion.
The wave pattern requires several hot & cold processes and finally slumping over a large wave form ceramic mould.
I find people cannot resist touching it, which I actively encourage, allowing their hand to follow the shape and being amazed that the surface is not actually 3-Dimensional.
This piece is as tactile as it visual.

Contact: jill@fusingideas.co.uk

Contact: jill@fusingideas.co.uk

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Artist:Karina Del Savio

Email:Florencia Downes

Description: Artist: Karina Del Savio
"Something else does Exist"
Photographer: Florencia Downes
Details: Cast Glass with gold lusters 32 x 20 x 12 inches ( Installed)
Contact: instagram : kdelsavio

Contact: instagram : kdelsavio

Details: Cast Glass with gold lusters 32 x 20 x 12 inches ( Installed)

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