Peter Layton

Peter Layton

Peter Layton has been at the forefront of British Studio Glass since discovering this ‘new’ and exciting art form while teaching Ceramics in the USA during the late 1960’s.  Such is his commitment to the craft, that he has devoted a great deal of his time to promoting the medium and nurturing...Read more

Michael Ruh

Michael Ruh trained at the Institutuut voor Kunst Ambachten and the Corning Museum of Glass (NY) under master glass-blowers William Gudenrath, Ben Edols and Kathy Elliott before setting up his own studio in 2004. His craftmanship has become sought after worldwide.Read more

Jochen Holz

Jochen Holz

Jochen Holz trained as a scientific glassblower in Germany before his undergraduate studies at Edinburgh College of Art and his MA at the Royal College of Art in 2003.

He set up his studio in East London, specialising in lampworking borosilicate glass. Jochen is one of very few glass...Read more

Julia Stephenson

Julia Stephenson

Julia works as Head of Arts at National Glass Centre at the University of Sunderland, where she manages the exhibition and learning and engagement programme.

The recent exhibition programme has included shows ranging from a retrospective of the work of Erwin Eisch to new work in glass by...Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> Celebrating Kosta Boda Glasswork at Vessel Gallery
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An exhibition celebrating Kosta Boda Glasswork’s 275th anniversary. Exclusive new artworks created by five Swedish glass artists take inspiration from Kosta Boda’s rich heritage, marking a new creative chapter in its history.

The artists invited to take part in this unique project are...

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Contemporary craft furniture brand Another Country showcase objects from their Edition by Another Country collection in their Marylebone showroom. This showcase includes beautifully crafted objects designed and made specially for Another Country by Blenheim Forge, Michael Ruh and others....

<em>Edit Event</em> Wearable Glass in Collaboration with the National Glass Centre at Studio Fusion Gallery
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View the only London showing of this touring exhibition, which showcases collaborations between glass artists and jewellers. Julia Stephenson, Head of Arts at the National Glass Centre chairs a talk with James Maskrey and John Moore, two of the artists in the exhibition.

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<em>Edit Event</em> The Alchemy of Glass at FBC London
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Join two emerging glass artists as part of FBC London’s ‘Meeting our Makers’ series. Rebecca Rowland-Chandler, one of the New Ashgate Gallery’s Rising Stars for 2018, and...

Angela Thwaites

Angela Thwaites is an artist, author and educator with more than 30 years of international experience in the field of glass. Her artistic practice focuses on sculpture and she frequently exhibits her visually diverse work, which combines glass with metal, stone, wood and other materials, both in...Read more

Rebecca Rowland-Chandler

Rebecca Rowland-Chandler discovered glass as an artistic medium on her foundation course at City & Guilds of London Art School and became absorbed with the beautiful aesthetic qualities of the material and its relationship with light.Read more

Marco Tullio Siviglia

Marco Tullio Siviglia, an architect and interior designer, draws from the primeval forces of the mineral, botanical and animal worlds. He works with clay, glass and metal oxides combined. Always passionate about biology, his approach is influenced by the dualisms between natural and artificial,...Read more

James Maskrey

James Maskrey is one of Britain’s leading artists working in hot glass.

He exhibits and delivers master classes nationally and internationally and his work is represented in prestigious public and private collections including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Crafts Council and the...Read more