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2011 what’s going on- exhibitions, demonstrations and an International glass festival.

The first quarter  of 2011 has been taken up with commission work, mainly from last years Glass Biennale. Exhibitions begin in March.  I’ll be taking part in two in Scotland at the Strathearn gallery in Crieff and the Green gallery near Stirling. The Broadfield House Glass Museum is showing a Wave as part of a sea theme exhibition, on until the autumn. In May I was due to exhibit in Germany at the...

GNCCF Manchester 2010 update- another award

Rather embarrassing  all this. Rather like waiting for buses are receiving awards. You wait and wait, nothing comes and then they all come at once. Still thanks to James Photography for awarding me with the ‘Best Selected Maker’ award which includes shooting 360 degree photographs of my work which allows the viewer to scroll around the piece. I have already seen a 360 degree photograph using a perfume...

Essence at London Glassblowing

As a follow on from the Biennale exhibition, some of the exhibitors were asked to show their work at Peter Layton’s London Glassblowing Gallery in London. Here is the piece I sent. The show opens 24th Sept, see more details here

British Glass Biennale 2010

I have been accepted to exhibit at this years event. An Ocean bowl was chosen to represent my work. Part of the International Festival of Glass the show runs from 27th of August to 11th of September. [Update] Here is the piece I exhibited. Unfortunately I could not make the opening but a fellow exhibitor kindly sent some pictures to me. This piece sold at the opening and I have been asked to do several commissions...

Art in Action 2010 1st prize

What an amazing event ‘Art in Action’ is. Glass blowing in a stately homes garden is the way ahead! 25000 visitors and I think I spoke to them all. What an honour it is winning this award. I’ll update more when my head clears.  Here is a wee link for now- AnA Being shy I asked my stupid identical  twin brother to pose for photographers...

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