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Blog 5 hot enamel

Well been back to Edinburgh to do a one to one with Dorothy Cockerell , today we did plaque de jour , I ended up using some pre cast shapes for the task as I mentioned in my last blog […]

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blog 4 enamelling

The saga of the silver casting for my enamelling on 6th June,  well all not well I have made a right cods ear of the dam thing, all you silversmiths and enamellers out there who do your own silver  work […]

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Blog 3

Back on the train to Edinburgh this should have been a two day event but things have been changed slightly today (Saturday) is the silver casting and then on the 6th June we will continue with the enamelling of the […]

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Glass exhibition at Ebeltoft

I went back to Aarhus this week for a quick 2-day trip, doing children’s workshops, more like ten minute chats with groups of children (I have been amazed and impressed by how many schools and kindergartens have been bringing their […]

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Never Done

I am delighted to be showing my new glass work alongside work by 15 other women artists in the exhibition I am curating called Never Done. The aim of the exhibition is to show work by women artists from around […]

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Untitled (inflatable)
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Prizes and awards

Exhibition, residency and bursary opportunities for artists across the UK and beyond.

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Seduction of Trainers
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Urban studios

On the first weekend in October in over thirty venues across the London Borough of Lambeth, artists are opening their work spaces to the public.

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Untitled
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Craft fellowships

‘Re-Route’ at Devon Guild 14 March – 26 April addresses challenges faced by five mid-career makers awarded a contemporary craft fellowship (CCFS). Drawing together research, personal explorations and findings, the exhibition represents the culmination of their year-long fellowships. Developed to […]

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When I'm Sea Queen surely I will need a Sea King
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Prizes and awards

Over 2,500 entries were submitted for the 2008 Jerwood Drawing Prize, advertised through a-n, with sixty-three works shortlisted.

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A day in the life of colour-scape
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Sabrina Cant

Susan Jones looks at the practice of Sabrina Cant, who works with glass, including her commission for Bookham United Reform Church.

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Blue well
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Blue well

Commissioned through the Creative Lewisham Agency for University Hospital Lewisham, London, Chris Marshall’s recently installed Blue Well aims to evoke tranquillity, calm and meditation within the context of a sensitive and critical environment.

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Exocytosis
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International festival of glass

International glass artists from as far afield as the USA, Australia, Prague, Venice and Denmark will converge on Stourbridge – Britain’s historical centre of the glass industry – in August for the second International Festival of Glass.

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Sandblasted, bonded and gilded glass
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Katie Schaverien

‘Painting with light’ was a phrase I first heard whilst studying for my degree in architectural glass.

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Birds
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Glass works

A glasswork is on show at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall until 31 October as part of the festivities around this year’s Birmingham Book Festival. Talking Story by Franki Austin comprises sixteen panels that weave a version of the myths of Orpheus […]

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