Current Exhibition

THE POLITICS OF SAMENESS- BOWLS- PART OF OUR CGS ‘LOCKDOWN’ SERIES 1/6

Artist:Noreen Todd

Photographer:Noreen Todd

Details: Artist: Noreen Todd
In Deep
Photographer: Noreen Todd
Details: H: 175 mm Diam: 260mm. Weight 2.2kg
Glass Vessel using French Vanilla strips interspersed with various transparent and opaque blues and lavender strips. Sandblasted. This piece plays on the chemical reactions which happen when different coloured glass are juxta-positioned and fired; and the effects when non-sandblasted transparent and sandblasted opaque glasses are next to each other.

Contact: Noreen Todd on 01326574693

Contact: 01326574693

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Hannah Facey

Photographer:Beytan Erkmen

Details: Artist: Hannah Facey
Calming Energy Bowl III (from Series I)
Photographer: photo by Beytan Erkmen
Details: 15cm x 6.5 cm, Gaffer casting crystal
The bowls in this series capture both the stillness and the movement of ponds, giving you the opportunity to reflect on their beauty, and peace, in your own home.

Contact: email: hannah@hannahfacey.co.uk Instagram: @hannahfaceyartist

Contact: hannah@hannahfacey.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Priska Jacobs

Photographer:PJ

Details: Artist: Priska Jacobs
Handbowl
Photographer: PJ
Details: lost-wax-cast
Drawing a handful of water from a babbling brook for refreshment
is always part of my hikes in the mountains. This bowl captures that moment.

Contact: www.priskajacobs.ch

Contact: www.priskajacobs.ch

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Hannah Gibson Glass

Photographer:Hannah Gibson

Details: Artist: Hannah Gibson Glass
Irregular Shadows
Photographer: Hannah Gibson
Details: 27cm diameter circular bowl
The Story of Sameness

Irregular Shadows

27cm diameter circular bowl
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Petra Sophia Roffel

Photographer:Frieda Mellema

Details: Artist: Petra Sophia Roffel
Lines
Photographer: Frieda Mellema - Uniquole
Details: 26 x 7 cm
drop-out bowl

Contact: psroffel@gmail.com

Contact: psroffel@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Vivienne Jagger

Photographer:Vivienne Jagger

Details: Artist: Vivienne Jagger
Trees in Winter
Photographer: Vivienne Jagger
Details: A bowl can be a circular picture. Kiln formed multi layered glass. fused, slumped and cold worked.
30cm x 30 cm

Contact: Vivienne Jagger. viviennej@me.com

Contact: Vivienne Jagger. viviennej@me.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jacqueline Allwood

Photographer:Geoff Allwood

Details: Artist: Jacqueline Allwood
Camellias
Photographer: Geoff Allwood
Details: A shallow bowl 26cm diameter, 10cm high and engraved with camellias
Contact: glass@jacqueline-allwood.com

Contact: glass@jacqueline-allwood.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Colin Reid

Photographer:Colin Reid

Details: Artist: Colin Reid
Carved Vessel R1979
Photographer: Colin Reid
Details: Kilncast glass, carved, polished
H:7.5 W:46cm 2020

Contact: colin@colinreidglass.co.uk

Contact: colin@colinreidglass.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Katie "Silverwings" Hinton

Details: Artist: Katie "Silverwings" Hinton
Green and Brown Patchwork Murrine Bowl
Details: Height: 14cm Diameter: 16cm
This bowl was an exploration of using patterns from traditional patchwork quilts to create simple vessel forms. The colors and swirled lines of frit were inspired by the landscape of cotton farms in my northwestern Texas homeland.

Contact: KatieSilverwings@gmail.com

Contact: KatieSilverwings@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Lesley Pyke

Photographer:Lesley Pyke

Details: Artist: Lesley Pyke
Bowl of Sea 1
Photographer: Lesley Pyke
Details: Hand engraved, crystal overlay bowl
I hand engraved this hand blown crystal overlay bowl (blue over clear)
Bowl not available.

Contact: www.lesleypyke.com
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Beverley Bunn

Photographer:Beverley Bunn

Details: Artist: Beverley Bunn
Introspection
Photographer: Beverley Bunn
Details: Curled round blue & green bowl
A shallow round drop vessel, made from transparent Bullseye glass, was curled by applying further kiln-forming techniques.
The resulting shape reflects the current need for introspection in the current climate and challenging the idea of sameness.

Contact: info@beverleybunn.com

Contact: info@beverleybunn.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN

Photographer:FRANK SCHWARZBACH ZÜRICH

Details: Artist: JACQUELINE H-BOTQUELEN
ROOT'S VESSEL
Photographer: FRANK SCHWARZBACH ZÜRICH
Details: 3 LAYERED PÂTE DE VERRE
ROOT'S VESSEL FROMMY SERIES "TRIBAL SPIRIT".
3 LAYERS OF PÂTE DE VERRE IN 3 STEPS, 3 FIRINGS, ONE PIECE.
ROUNDED VESSEL INSIDE A ROUNDED ROOTS CAGE.

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

Contact: botquelen@icloud.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Mandy Atkinson

Photographer:Mandy Atkinson

Details: Artist: Mandy Atkinson
Photographer: Mandy Atkinson
Details: dichroic and clear glass rod bowl
Organic shape using dichroic glass which appears pink in daylight and green hues in artificial light. in filled with cut clear glass rods

Contact: Mandy Atkinson

Contact: Mandy Atkinson

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Nancy Goodens

Photographer:Nancy Goodens

Details: Artist: Nancy Goodens
Bluebells
Photographer: Nancy Goodens
Details: bowl 26cm diameter
Fused glass bowl inspired by local bluebell woodlands, remembered but not visited this year; Bullseye clear Tekta base, image created using various coloured frits and glass enamel painting.

Contact: Nancy Goodens

Contact: Nancy Goodens

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Patrick Stern

Photographer:photo PJSS

Details: Artist: Patrick Stern
Gold in Glass Bowl
Photographer: photo PJSS
Details: Dia 125mm ht 100mm
Gold between two layers of glass, traditional technique.

Contact: mail@patrickstern.co.uk

Contact: mail@patrickstern.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Tania Le Marinel

Photographer:Tania Le Marinel

Details: Artist: Tania Le Marinel
Floral Celebration
Photographer: Tania Le Marinel
Details: Fused glass bowl
Small contour-fused glass bowl with enticing texture and shine

Contact: Tania Le Marinel

Contact: Tania Le Marinel

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Nicola Schellander

Photographer:John Russell

Details: Artist: Nicola Schellander
Bull Horn Centrepieces
Photographer: John Russell
Nicola launched this new collection at 100% Design in Oct 2019. The show took place at Earl's Court.
2019 marked the 25th anniversary of 100% Design, the UK’s leading design trade event.

This Bull Horn Collection was inspired by the strength, power and courage of bulls, a creature that has long captivated the imagination of humans, and sadly mistreated.

These pieces are available as bespoke pieces. Each one is unique,
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Katharine Dowson

Photographer:Katharine Dowson

Details: Artist: Katharine Dowson
Dune 2
Photographer: Katharine dowson
Details: Cast glass h24 x w28 x d18 cm
I have been working on making bowls inspired by landscapes. The Dune series reflects the colours and textures of deserts.

Contact: www.katharinedowson.com
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jennifer Anne Brown

Details: Artist: Jennifer Anne Brown
Always a delicate balance
Hand pulled stringers combined with fine crystallised frits to create a delicate balance. 12cm diameter.

Contact: info@jenniferannebrown.co.uk www.jenniferannebrown.co.uk 07935 065022

Contact: 07935 065022

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jerre Davidson

Photographer:Jerre Davidson

Details: Artist: Jerre Davidson
Vulcan's Cauldron.
Photographer: Jerre Davidson
Details: 35 cm diam. x 7.5 cm h
Kiln-formed and manipulated glass. Part of my Strata series depicting the rock formations close to my studio in Ontario, Canada

Contact: jerredavidson@gmail.com

Contact: jerredavidson@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Cheryl Gould MRSS

Photographer:Myself

Details: Artist: Cheryl Gould MRSS
Blue Nude in Isolation
Photographer: Myself
Details: Small fused bowl 16cms diameter
The image,taken from one of my life drawings,drawn with glass pen lines onto two circles of glass,fused and slumped to a gentle bowl with aqua and blue and red powders and frits seemed to be relevant today as it depicts a young girl in isolation holding it altogether -keeping calm -waiting for the isolation to end.

Contact: cherylgouldartist@gmail.com

Contact: cherylgouldartist@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Martin Cheek

Photographer:Martin Cheek

Details: Artist: Martin Cheek
Peacock Bowl
Photographer: Martin Cheek
Details: Fused glass bowl: Media: Handmade glass fusions and miurrini. Dimensions: 38 cm diameter
Fused glass bowl Featuring a Cheeky Peacock

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

Contact: mrtncheek@hotmail.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Claire Hall

Photographer:Claire Hall

Details: Artist: Claire Hall
Peaceful Isolation
Photographer: Claire Hall
Details: Bullseye glass frit and powder, kiln formed, slumped. 36x30x6cm
From a series exploring the meditative process of creating works in a quiet, solitary space.

Contact: claire@clairehall.co.uk clairehall.co.uk

Contact: claire@clairehall.co.uk clairehall.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Sharon Korek

Photographer:Sharon Korek

Details: Artist: Sharon Korek
Fibonacci Bowl
Photographer: Sharon Korek
Details: Iridised Red and Amber Bowl
The Fibonacci sequence is seen throughout nature in ammonites, the arrangement of petals
in a flower, or the seeds in a sunflower. So this bowl is a representation of that
sequence:- 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8. The coloured bands are 1cm wide, 1cm wide, then 2cm, then 3cm,
then 5cm and finally 8cm

Contact: Sharon@Blossomglassworks.co.uk

Contact: Sharon@Blossomglassworks.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Sue Jones

Photographer:Sue Jones

Details: Artist: Sue Jones
Sky vessel
Photographer: S. Jones
Approx 20x18x15cm
Lost-wax cast in Gaffer glass, polished base and interior
2019
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Ana Laura Quintana

Photographer:Luciano Garetto

Details: Artist: Ana Laura Quintana
Polka Dots, from de series "Silk vessels"
Photographer: Luciano Garetto
Details: Non traditional pâte de verre technique. 10 cm diameter.
This pâte de verre piece is made using my own technique, in which I work with the paste of glass as if it were a cloth without using silica molds. The result are very delicate pieces that capture the spontaneity of a moment

Contact: analauraquintana@icloud.com

Contact: analauraquintana@icloud.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Nancy Goodens

Photographer:Nancy Goodens

Details: Artist: Nancy Goodens
Bluebells
Photographer: Nancy Goodens
Details: bowl 26cm diameter
Fused glass bowl inspired by local bluebell woodlands, remembered but not visited this year; Bullseye clear Tekta base, image created using various coloured frits and glass enamel painting.

Contact: Nancy Goodens

Contact: Nancy Goodens

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Tony Caroli

Photographer:Original fused glass

Details: Artist: Tony Caroli
Praxis Bowl
Photographer: Original fused glass
Details: Fused & slumped bowl system 96 including diachroic
This bow was inspired by an architect I knew who was doodling something similar when bored in a meeting. The name is from an explosive film effect

Contact: tony.caroli@yahoo.co.uk

Contact: tony.caroli@yahoo.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:PASCALE PENFOLD

Photographer:PMP

Details: Artist: PASCALE PENFOLD
SNAIL BOWL
Photographer: PMP
Details: GLASS, FUSED AND SLUMPED
This bowl was inspired by Matisse's cut out snail.
I like the way it has lost its circular shape due to the arrangement of the pieces of glass before fusing

Contact: paspen@talk21.com

Contact: paspen@talk21.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Kate Pasvol

Photographer:Mike Coles

Details: Artist: Kate Pasvol
Glass lined stainless steel bowl
Photographer: Photo Mike Coles
Details: 28cm dia
This bowl combines an existing Alessi stainless steel bowl with a free flowing form.
I was interested in combining different materials that enhance each other.

Contact: www.katepasvol.co.uk

Contact: www.katepasvol.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Silvana Ferrario

Photographer:Silvana Ferrario

Details: Artist: Silvana Ferrario
A Good Foundation
Photographer: Silvana Ferrario
Details: 15 x 23 x 23, lost wax cast gaffer glass
Bowls have been used for millennia in human history and have had many uses, the most basic for holding food. I've cast the base of this bowl from a thresher used to separate grain from the head of wheat.

Contact: siju@live.com.au

Contact: siju@live.com.au

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Susan Purser Hope

Photographer:Susan Purser Hope

Details: Artist: Susan Purser Hope
Little Fishy Dishy
Photographer: Susan Purser Hope
Details: Fused and slumped bowl with freeze fused details. 18cms dia. £65.00
I live by the sea and this bowl is a celebration of the environment that surrounds me. Here is my dish at home on the beach, sitting on the deck of one of the crabbing boats that go out to sea every day, come calm seas or raging storms.

Contact: Susan Purser Hope - 07970 419125 susan@purserhope.co.uk

Contact: susan@purserhope.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jane Hester

Details: Artist: Jane Hester
Just for the fun of it!
Details: Size: 21cm x 21cm (approx)
I wanted to try something different and thought a ‘coral’ type bowl looked fun. I was right, I had great fun creating this bowl using mainly offcuts and oddments. The process of sifting powders, blending colours and creating patterns was vary therapeutic. I used Bullseye glass French Vanilla, Cream and Dense White for the framework and Pimento Red, Burnt Orange and Black for the decoration.

Contact: Janehester@metro

Contact: Janehester@metro

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Katharine Coleman

Photographer:Katharine Coleman

Details: Artist: Katharine Coleman
Gold Flustra Bowls
Photographer: K Coleman
Details: yellow glass overlaid and engraved bowls.
Each 8.5 cm high x 12cm diameter yellow topaz glass overlaid on clear lead crystal, blown to my design by Andy Potter. Cut, polished and wheel engraved 2020.
Flustra is a form of bryozoa, sometimes confused with seaweed, usually pale gold in colour, floating in bunches in the water.

Contact: katharine@katharinecoleman.co.uk

Contact: katharine@katharinecoleman.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Cathryn Shilling

Photographer:Ester Segarra

Details: Artist: Cathryn Shilling
Woven Pink Bowl
Photographer: Ester Segarra
Details: Kiln formed glass
Contact: glass@cathrynshilling.co.uk

Contact: glass@cathrynshilling.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Alison Vincent

Photographer:Alison Vincent

Details: Artist: Alison Vincent
Lime ‘bird’s nest’ bowl
Photographer: Alison Vincent
Details: Hot hand blown glass
This work is inspired by a bird’s nest. A bird’s nest appears to be very simple but in reality it’s deceptively complex.
This piece was made as one of a series in different colourways when I revisited earlier work.
Diameter 180 x Height 80mm
Hot hand blown clear glass wrapped with a two-tone trail - translucent lime green over opaque white - encased in more clear then another trail then anot

Contact: alison@AlisonVincentGlass.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Wendy Wood

Photographer:Wendy Wood

Details: Artist: Wendy Wood
Pond bowl
Photographer: Wendy Wood
Details: Deep fused glass bowl with iridised pebbles
Approx 17cm diameter, 5cm height.
£40

Contact: wendy@glassbywendy.com

Contact: wendy@glassbywendy.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Bob Leatherbarrow

Photographer:Bob Leatherbarrow

Details: Artist: Bob Leatherbarrow
4 x 12
Photographer: Bob Leatherbarrow
Details: All bowls started as a 12 inch diameter flat blank
A recent series of bowls with linear patterning lead to questioning how shape would affect the patterning. Each piece started as a flat glass sheet 12 inches in diameter.

Contact: bob.leatherbarrow@gmail.com

Contact: bob.leatherbarrow@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Natsumi Jones

Photographer:Natsumi Jones

Details: Artist: Natsumi Jones
Captured
Photographer: Courtesy of the artist
Details: 2016, Kiln-formed
Two snowflake bowls stuck together to make a snowflake ball.

Contact: natsumi.jones.art@gmail.com

Contact: natsumi.jones.art@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Janine Altman

Details: Artist: Janine Altman
Nest
Details: Flameworking and Fused glass, bullseye glass. Dimensions: 32 x 9.5 x 32 cm. Year: 2016
As well as birds feel safe in their nest after hours of searching for food and exposure to danger, human
beings should feel peace and tranquillity at home.
Home and family are like a nest, warm and safe, able to provide emotional and spiritual stability.
In times of permanent change, insecurity and instability, the nest becomes a safe place.
Happiness can be only achieved in

Contact: www.janinealtman.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Gabrielle Argent

Photographer:Gabrielle Argent

Details: Artist: Gabrielle Argent
Oriental Sun
Photographer: G Argent
Details: 20cm fused glass dish
Contact: Gabrielle Argent 07887812346

Contact: 07887812346

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Teresa Chlapowski

Photographer:Teresa Chlapowski

Details: Artist: Teresa Chlapowski
Shell Bowl
Photographer: Teresa Chlapowski
Details: Kiln carved glass, 1.5 cm thick, 40 cm diameter with sandblasted detail
For Sale: £200 excl delivery (forged steel black stand can be included)

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

Contact: aquarelledesign@chlapowski.plus.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:O'Connor, Michael

Photographer:Michael O\'Connor

Details: Artist: O'Connor, Michael
BARRIER REEF
Photographer: Michael O'Connor
Details: The Bowl is 30 cms diameter and 8 cms high
This bowl is inspired by a visit to the Barrier reef . It is a shallow bowl as are areas of the barrier reef and it depicts the ocean and the coral found there. the bubbles are deliberate to show the ocean movement . The the different blues also show the different colours of the ocean at the Barrier sea.

Contact: Michael O'Connor

Contact: Michael O\'Connor

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Anne Notebaert

Photographer:Anne Notebaert

Details: Artist: Anne Notebaert
Sea-perfume
Photographer: Anne Notebaert
Details: 25 -25 -20 cm
Sea perfume has grown from the fascination and sensory experience with the sea.

Contact: annenotebaert@outlook.com

Contact: annenotebaert@outlook.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Adam Aaronson

Photographer:Adam Aaronson

Details: Artist: Adam Aaronson
Rainbow Bowl
Photographer: Adam Aaronson
Details: Freeblown Glass 150mm diameter 100 mm tall
Contact: adam@adamaaronson.com

Contact: adam@adamaaronson.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Iain Smith

Photographer:Iain Smith

Details: Artist: Iain Smith
Green grass
Photographer: Iain Smith
Details: Drop out bowl made from fused murrine. 20cm dia., 8cm height.
For Sale £340

The murrine were made in a self-built kiln. They were cut to 12 mm and fused together to make a disk.
The disk was then dropped through a stainless steel drop-out.

Contact: Iain Smith

Contact: Iain Smith

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Marc Fresko

Photographer:Marc Fresko

Details: Artist: Marc Fresko
Same, Same, but Different
Photographer: Marc Fresko
Three in a series of contrasty bowls.

Contact: Marc Fresko

Contact: Marc Fresko

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Stevie Davies

Photographer:Chris Webb

Details: Artist: Stevie Davies
Calm Waters Bowl Form
Photographer: Chris Webb
Details: Approx 35cm.
Stevie has created this highly textured fused glass form in her signature style "Interfused Glass". Various subtle tones of transparent blues, this piece is inspiring a new series for 2020.

Contact: Stevie Davies

Contact: Stevie Davies

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Fiona Fawcett

Photographer:Fiona Fawcett

Details: Artist: Fiona Fawcett
Pebble Bowl, 2020
Photographer: Fiona Fawcett
Details: Pate de Verre. Approx 100mm diameter x 40mm depth
Inspired by pebbles on the beach.

Contact: www.firedglass.org

Contact: www.firedglass.org

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jenia Gorfunkel

Photographer:Jenia Gorfunkel

Details: Artist: Jenia Gorfunkel
Painted Bowl
Photographer: Jenia Gorfunkel
Details: 39 cm diameter, 15 cm high
Shallow green bowl, 24cm diameter, 9cm deep, engraved with a Viking theme.

Contact: jgorfunkel@hotmail.com

Contact: jgorfunkel@hotmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Tabitha Burril

Photographer:info@glassbytabitha.com

Details: Artist: Tabitha Burril
Feather Drop
Details: 7cm x 5cm each
This series of three bowls was a study in using the same base glass and murine detail in different combinations. How something similar can come different using heat working during the shaping process. Like three children from the same family.

Contact: info@glassbytabitha.com
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Roberta Ayles

Details: Artist: Roberta Ayles
Small Fruit Bowl
Details: Fused glass
Kiln-formed Bullseye glass. 170mm diameter.
This bowl has sold, but I have two similar for sale at about £40. If you are interested, please contact me at info@aylesglass.com and I can send you a photo.

Contact: www.aylesglass.com

Contact: www.aylesglass.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Helen Restorick

Photographer:Helen Restorick

Details: Artist: Helen Restorick
Orange Linear Bowl
Photographer: Helen Restorick
Details: Drop slumped bowl 20cm
Part of a series of work exploring simple line forms distorted by heat and gravity in the kiln.

Contact: helen.restorick@googlemail.com

Contact: helen.restorick@googlemail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Wendy Newhofer

Photographer:Simon Bruntnell

Details: Artist: Wendy Newhofer
Grey seed bowl
Photographer: Simon Bruntnell
Details: Float glass with inclusions of metal leaf and wire, fused and slumped.
One of a series of bowls using seedpod imagery within the glass. 24 cm diameter

Contact: www.wendynewhofer.com

Contact: www.wendynewhofer.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Layne Rowe

Details: Artist: Layne Rowe
Woven open form
Details: Blown. Overlay cane roll up ,cut and fire polished.
14cmx15cmx16cm

Contact: Laynerowe@hotmail.com. mob07908753821

Contact: Laynerowe@hotmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Alison Jardine

Photographer:Alison Jardine

Details: Artist: Alison Jardine
Green ivy bowl
Photographer: Alison Jardine
17cm diameter bowl inspired by ivy growing in woodland I see every day on my lock down walks

Contact: Alison.jardine@blueyonder.co.uk

Contact: Alison.jardine@blueyonder.co.uk

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Simon Alderson

Photographer:Simon Alderson

Details: Artist: Simon Alderson
A study in Reaction
Photographer: Simon Alderson
Details: approx 26cm System96 frrt and sheet glass
This piece was a study in reactive glass, and dilution, exploring textures and pattern through layering reactive glass
TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Charlotte McClelland

Photographer:artist photo

Details: Artist: Charlotte McClelland
just a bowl 2016
Photographer: artist photo
Details: round bowl with kitchen foil inclusions, diameter 36cm
Contact: charlx.mcc@gmail.com

Contact: charlx.mcc@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Paul Mellor

Photographer:Paul Mellor

Details: Artist: Paul Mellor
Brutalist Reflection
Photographer: Paul Mellor
Details: Spectrum Cathedral recycled pieces & high aluminia concrete 8cm x 8cm
This was inspired by the contrast between the delicate glass scraps and the quick setting hardness and weight of the concrete

Contact: p.r.mellor@btinternet.com

Contact: p.r.mellor@btinternet.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Jenny Hoole

Photographer:Jenny Hoole

Details: Artist: Jenny Hoole
Correlative Circles Bowl
Photographer: Photography by the artist
Details: Spherical bowl 30 x 30cm
Manipulated, layered frit on clear glass

Contact: www.studio-jh.com

Contact: www.studio-jh.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Dominic Fonde

Photographer:Yasutaka Akane

Details: Artist: Dominic Fonde
Fear of Ghosts
Photographer: Yasutaka Akane
Details: Hand blown bowl with original story by written and engraved by Dominic Fonde
Fear of Ghosts by Dominic Fonde

It was on Tuesday morning that David announced his plan to capture a ghost. They were skulking in the corner of the schoolyard, hands jammed in blazer pockets to keep warm.
“It’s called a Ouija board,” said David. Both Richard and Paul rolled the unfamiliar word around their tongues. It came out as “weejee”.

Contact: Dominicfondeglass@gmail.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Helen Smith

Photographer:Helen Smith

Details: Artist: Helen Smith
Striations Bowl
Photographer: Helen Smith
Details: Textured fused glass powder and fused glass bowl, 30cm diameter.
Contact: helen@helen-smith.com

Contact: helen@helen-smith.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Photographer:I Funnell

Details: Artist: Irene Funnell
Funnel by Funnell
Photographer: I Funnell
Details: 15cm circle
White glass topped with red, orange, yellow frit "crackle technique" with appliqué wafer.
Slumped over bespoke, plaster, cone-shaped prop.

Contact: irenefunnellglass@aol.com

Contact: irenefunnellglass@aol.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Artist:Bethan Yates

Photographer:Bethan Yates

Details: Artist: Bethan Yates
Natures Cells
Photographer: Bethan Yates
This piece has been slumped over a mould in the kiln as was inspired by the microscopic, structural cells and the organic patterns found in nature.

Contact: bethanyatesglass@outlook.com

Contact: bethanyatesglass@outlook.com

TAKE PART IN NEXT EXHIBITION HERE

Current Exhibition

THE POLITICS OF SAMENESS- BOWLS- PART OF OUR CGS ‘LOCKDOWN’ SERIES 1/6

An exhibition of 63 glass artists selected by the CGS

The Politics of Sameness- Bowls  (1st of the lockdown series)

In a time of uncertainty and fear surrounding Covid-19, the virus, the CGS thought it would be constructive to set up a more frequent series of exhibitions, to engage and occupy our members. For this first exhibition, we set a challenge to our glass artist members, to see how many variations of a round bowl members could imagine!

The humble bowl is a vessel, that is used in so many different ways, and is a simple iconic shape. We know however, that the creativity and artistic imagination that our CGS glass artists will put into their work- the results will be spectacular.

63 glass artists that are CGS members took part in the exhibition. The exhibition, as with all others, was juried.

There will be 1 calendar month between each ‘lockdown’ show.

This 1st on-line exhibition was launched on 29th April 2020.

 

Work and quality of images needs to meet our photography criteria. There is guidance HERE for photography for our other online shows.

Launched on:29th April 2020

For info please contact Nicola at:bethanyatesglass@outlook.com

Corporate

Our corporate members are a vital part of our network, offering support, information and discounts to CGS members. You can support them too by clicking through.

Learn More

Support Us

Your support is invaluable to our charity and makes a real difference. Share in the excitement of contemporary glass, sustaining ground-breaking exhibitions, world-class conferences and award-winning learning programmes and events.

Learn More