‘From Above’ is one of my latest collections, inspired by satellite imagery of the landscapes and cities. Each piece of glass is hand cut and the edges are finished on a grinding wheel. The glass is then placed in an intricate design, creating an abstract pattern. Lustres are used the surface of the glass, giving this collection a beautiful quality.
‘Heatwave’ is a development from this, looking at satellite imagery of temperature maps with hot and cold spots. I have chosen to use warm hues with splashes of blue to represent these images abstractly in glass.
30 × 3.5 cm
This artwork can be cleaned easily with glass cleaner window spray and kitchen roll paper.
It is not dishwasher safe.
This handmade kiln-formed artwork is inspired by satellite imagery of the beautiful English countryside. Its intricate and abstract design would look beautiful in any home or working environment.
The warm colours with the contrast of blue in places, work beautifully together. Some of the piece of glass have lustres on the surface, which shimmer. ?The transmitted light and shadows through the artwork, are an integral part of the piece.
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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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