Sense of place and invisible energy was the main inspiration for my work, further engaging the sense of place site specific installations had been developed to ‘Light of the North’ at Tate St Ives 2006 and Memory of Place at the York St Mary’s Church 2007 and 2008.
My concepts been developed from each site then the appropriate techniques were chosen. The glass is the material to present the quality of transience in our lives.
Glass panels and sculpture commissions include Windows in the Bishop Palace Inverness, Multifaith Centre Leeds St James’s University hospital, Courtyard sculpture & Faith centre at Lanchester Road Hospital Durham.
Series of dichroic glass panels and cast glass flower have been developed from installations for domestic space and galleries.
Selected Second European Triennial of Ceramic and Glass, Belgium 2010
One of ten UK artists, curate by Julian Stair
Invited British Glass Biennale 2010, the glass panel ‘Halo of Spiral’ has been bought by the
Ruskin Glass Centre for their collection.
Invited artists for the Pittenweem Art Festival 2010, Site-specific installation ‘Still Thinking of You’ at the Old men’s club.
Public Art Commissions-
Street Numbering Disks in Imagine Alloa regeneration project, Scotland 2010
Contemporary Glass Society
Year Established: April 1994
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