Carrie Fertig interweaves sculpture, performance and installation in flameworked glass for exhibitions, institutions, and commissions.
Functional pieces and panels made with float glass with applied frits and enamels. Matching items in fabric and paper.
Contemporary Glass and Glass Jewellery. Functional and sculptural forms and vessels. Importance of colour, layering, pattern and texture. Use of hot and cold techniques to create individual pieces with a graphic bent/twist. Bold colour and subtle tones are used to create pattern while cold working creates pattern and surface texture.
Kiln fired enamel on copper jewellery and gifts, hand made in the Highlands of Scotland for the quality retail gift and craft outlet. Each item individually made but economically priced.
Charonne Ruth produces glass sculptures that integrate light and movement into a physical object. Colour and imagery changes as we move around the piece.
Working in fused glass I create bold and contemporary pieces of jewellery as well as limited ranges of tiles, coasters and plaques. My inspiration comes from a diverse sourcebook; the colours and minute detail within natural landscapes, urban architecture and fifties textile design.
I am happy to discuss ideas you may have for commission. Please look at my website for examples of my work.
Tweedsmuir Glass design and produce hand-made ornamental glassware including paperweights, animals, perfume bottles, paper-knifes etc.
Chris Pellow Designs offers bold, colourful and funky wearable art and whimsical home décor items created using Polymer clay, metals and other found materials.
My work is created in much the same way as water creates our landscape with its intricate patterns and textures shared at every level from mountain ranges to a pebble on the beach.
I design and hand craft Silver Jewellery. I work mainly with .925 Sterling Silver. I also incorporate Copper and Brass in some pieces. I enjoy using quality gemstone cabochons, beads and dichroic glass. Recently I have been using Seashore 'found' objects such as Sea glass and slate, as they are in plentiful supply on the local beaches!
I like to make simple yet eye-catching and attractive Jewellery that people will take pleasure from looking at and wearing.