I work from my studio in the Briggait WASP studios Glasgow, Working mainly with kiln-formed bullseye, opaque glass, I use the techniques of fusing, slumping, draping and sandblasting the glass to create the bold outlines and contrasting colours that define my style.I use a combination of strong colour and fine detail to create functional yet strikingly beautiful pieces. I make a range of distinctive contemporary designs including, tableware,lighting and a collection of work 'Glass Meadow' as well as one-off commission pieces. My work is inspired by a deep love for flowers, colour and contrast. A childhood in rural Southern Ireland, London, India and times spent in my grandmother's garden have given me a lifelong passion for colour and flowers in their many forms. Fresh, vibrant and colourful, my pieces draw on this love of botanical forms, and also give a playful interpretation of the stylised retro designs of the 1950s.
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