Ruth Shelley’s gravity dropped vessels create an interplay of light, form and colour. The vessels take on their own persona and become artworks in their own right as glass sculptures.
Cat’s work is created to be cheerful, bold and full of texture. She wants to uplift the viewer with her use of colour and clean feminine shapes. Her inspirations come from the world around her - the woods in her native Scotland or the street art and graffiti of Bristol where she now lives.
Benjamin Lintell is one the UK's most exciting young glass artists. A graduate of Plymouth College of Art, Benjamin is currently working on Murano in Italy - the internationally recognised home of glass; we're thrilled that he's one of our regular artists.
Cornwall glass artist, Mim Brigham draws on the microscopic details in the cross section of a blade of Marram grass to inspire her stunning sculptural work.