This intricate handmade wall panel is made from ‘Bullseye’ glass sheets and 1mm stringers (rods).
The panel is installed on metal fixtures 20mm from the wall, allowing transmitted light and shadows through the piece, this becomes part of the artwork. At night the buildings becomes more 3D, giving the piece more depth.
This statement piece of art would look amazing in any home or business environment.
60 × 40 cm
Clean with window spray cleaner and kitchen roll or simply use a feather duster or a static cloth.
I have lived in Coventry since 2002 and two years ago returned my studio and gallery back to the city. The cityscape is quickly changing on the run up to the City of Culture 2021, I wanted to capture that abstractly in this wall panel.
This artwork was inspired from a photograph taken from the top of the council house at Friargate One, looking down on Coventry City Centre. I decided to use different tones of blue glass for this artwork, as blue is strongly associated with Coventry.
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I design and make handmade contemporary glass art from concept to installation for a variety of different markets; these include artworks for galleries, corporate and private commissions, public commissions and interiors for the home and businesses. I run my creative business from my industrial loft studio and gallery (Blue Door Gallery) in Earlsdon, Coventry.
I specialise in kiln-form glass techniques to create one off artworks, which have a handmade character. My award winning ‘Interference’ collection was featured in the Vogue Magazine’s Contemporary Collection for the Home. These artworks are constructed with 1mm glass stringers to create geo-metric patterns and abstract cityscape imagery. The relationship between glass, light and space is a key element in my studio practice; by using both transparent and opaque glass I experiment with the transmitted and reflective light created by each piece.
In 2018 & 2019 I was the Crafts Council’s Talent Ambassador for the West Midlands, which involved finding skilled makers who were in the early stages of their creative career.
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