These contemporary fused glass coasters are created from 1mm glass stringers and sheet glass. The contrasting colours of grey and yellow work so well together, they will look stunning in any living or office space.
They can be used for both hot and cold drinks and have soft cushions on the bottom in each corner to protect surfaces. Each coaster is unique and measures 10cm x 10cm.
10 × 10 cm
Clean with window spray cleaner and kitchen roll or a cloth.
Do not wash in the dishwasher.
My ‘Stripes’ coasters were inspired by the iconic stripes design by Paul Smith. I first started to create these in multi colours, then over the years I have created them in a variety of different colours.
I recently designed and created a cityscape wall panel of Sitges in Spain for a private commission. I used grey and yellow 1mm stringers (rods) for the architecture in the design. I love how these contrasting colours work so well together. This coaster set is a development of the wall art that I created.
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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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