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Alan J. Poole’s Contemporary Glass News Letter.
A monthly, group email listing information relating to British & Irish Contemporary Glass Artist’s
events and activities, at home or internationally. Featuring Artists based at home or abroad and any
foreign nationals that have either resided or studied for any period of time in the UK or Ireland.
SEPTEMBER EDITION
* - indicates new or amended entries since the last edition.
2013.
18/10/1319/10/14. “A Sea Of Glass”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Katharine Coleman M.B.E.
Nationaal Glasmuseum Leerdam. Leerdam. NL. Tel: 00 31 345 614 960. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nationaalglasmuseum.nl
09/11/1301/09/14. “CAUTION! Fragile. Irish Glass: Tradition In Transition”. inc: Róisín De Buitléar,
Fred Curtis, Eamonn Hartley & Greg Sullivan. Museum Of Glass. Tacoma (WA). US.
Tel: 00 1 253 284 4750. Email: [email protected]
Website: http://museumofglass.org/exhibition/caution-fragile
2014.
15/03/1402/11/14. “Material Connections Across The Ages”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Sally
Fawkes & Richard Jackson. National Trust Mompesson House. Salisbury. GB.
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/mompesson-house/things-to-see-and-do/
05/04/1428/09/14. “Bodytalk”. inc: Ned Cantrell, Alison Lowry, Katrin Maurer, Charlotte Morrison,
Cathryn Shilling, Nancy Sutcliffe, David Reekie, Noreen Todd, Hélène Uffren & Emma Woffenden.
Ebeltoft Glasmuseet. Ebeltoft. DK. Tel: 00 45 86 34 17 99. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.glasmuseet.dk/en2010/exhibitions/forthcoming/bodytalk.html
06/04/1414/09/14. “UK Glass”. inc: Sarah Blood, Katharine Coleman M.B.E.,Erin Dickson,
Katharine Dowson, Fiaz Elson, Jerome Harrington, Shelley James, Peter Layton, Julia Malle, James
Maskrey, Helen Maurer, Graham Muir, Keïko Mukaïdé, Michael Petry, Liam Reeves, Michael Ruh,
Jeffrey Sarmiento, Louis Thompson, Andrea Walsh, Richard Wheater, Kathryn Wightman, Emma
Woffenden & Jeff Zimmer. Glazen Huis. Lommel. B. Tel: 00 32 11 541 335.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.hetglazenhuis.be
13/04/1414/09/14. “Coburger Glaspreis 2014”. inc: Karen Akester, Pilar, Aldana-Méndez, Alison
Allum, Galia Amsel, Mark Angus, Andrew Baldwin, Philippa Beveridge, Laura Birdsall, Æsa Björk,
Juliana Bolaños-Durman, Heike Brachlow, Keith Brocklehurst, Effie Burns, Sabrina Cant, Ned
Cantrell, Katharine Coleman M.B.E., Debora Coombs, Keith Cummings, Matt Durran, Rachel Elliott,
Fiaz Elson, Barbara Faludi, Sally Fawkes, Carrie Fertig, ‘Jackson Fawkes’ (Richard Jackson & Sally
Fawkes), Olivia Fink, Angela Jarman, Peter Kucerik, Joanna Manousis, James Maskrey, Alena
Matéjková, Anna Mlasowsky, Karin Mørch-Bentzen, Tracy Nicholls, Stepán Pala, Yi Peng, Anne
Petters, Tim Rawlinson, David Reekie, Colin Reid, Gerhard Ribka, Louise Rice, Bruno Romanelli,
Layne Rowe, Mare Saare, Jeffrey Sarmiento, Max Stewart, Nancy Sutcliffe, Louis Thompson, Lotte
Thorsøe, Deborah Timperley, Robyn Townsend, Sylvie Vandenhoucke, Liz Waugh McManus, Emma
Woffenden, Rachael Woodman, Choong-Mok Yoo & Jeff Zimmer. Kunstsammlungen Der Veste
Coburg. Coburg & Europäisches Museum Für Modernes Glas. Park Rosenau, Rödental. D.
Tel: 00 49 9561 87911. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.kunstsammlungen-coburg.de/en/europaeisches-glasmuseum-glaspreis-2014.php
01/05/1421/09/14. “Sculptour 2014”. Mixed Media External Exhibition. inc: Rebecca Newnham.
Beukenhof. Kluisbergen. B. Tel: 00 32 55 388 387. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.beukenhof.com
10/05/1414/09/14. “A String Of Beads: 10th. Anniversary Exhibition”. inc: Catherine Arrowsmith,
Sarah Brown, Ingrid Brunt, Madeline Bunyan, Julie Anne Denton, Diana East, Ilsa Fatt, Julie
Fountain, Helen Gorick, Becky Haywood, Carol Hennahane, Pauline Holt, Judith Johnston, Sarah
Jones, Phoebe Joy, Geraldine Kaminski, April & Vic Kirk, Barbara Mason, John Mason, Gay
Massender, Laney Mead, Marlene Minhas, Claire Morris, Amanda Muddimer, Keren Panthaki,
Phoebe Shackleton Trevor, Lesley Silver, Mandy Southan, Suzie Sullivan, Charlotte Verity, Sue
Webb & Amy Whittingham. Broadfield House Glass Museum, Kingswinford. GB. Tel: 01384 812 745.
Email: [email protected] Website. www.glassmuseum.org.uk
17/05/1414/09/14. “3 Solo Shows Revised”. Richard Meitner Solo Exhibition (along with De La
Torres Brothers & Petr Stanický). National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland. GB.
Tel: 0191 515 5555. Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
17/05/1419/10/14. “Art In The Garden ‘14”. Mixed Media External Event. inc: Jane Bohane, Cathy &
Lisa Davidson, Jude Howe, Belinda Salmon Harding, Susan Smith, Julia Webster & Muna Zuberi. Sir
Harold Hillier Gardens. Ampfield. GB. Tel: 01794 369 316. Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www3.hants.gov.uk/hilliergardens/hilliers-whatson/whatson-hilliers/hillierseventdetails.htm?id=226456
24/05/1402/11/14. “Wordsworth & Bashō: Walking Poets”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Inge
Panneels & Minako Shirakura. Wordsworth Museum. Grasmere. GB. Tel: 015394 35544.
Website: www.wordsworth.org.uk
25/05/1407/09/14. “Flyttning./Flitting: Moving Home”. inc: Adam Aaronson, Vic Bamforth, Alison
Kinnaird M.B.E. & Nancy Sutcliffe. Johansfors Gallery Broakulla. S. Tel: 00 46 471 40119.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.johansforsgallery.com
31/05/1420/12/14. “Craft Now”. Mixed Media Permanent Collection Exhibition. inc: ‘Lindean Mill
Glass’ (David Kaplan & Annica Sandström) David Reekie & Emma Woffenden. Shipley Art Gallery.
Gateshead. GB. Tel: 0191 477 1495. Email: [email protected]
Website. www.twmuseums.org.uk/shipley
06/06/1430/09/14. “Synthesis 2: Fusing & Kilnforming”. inc: Karl Harron & Amanda Simmons.
Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery. Pittsburg (PA). US. Tel: 00 1 412 441 5200.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.morganglassgallery.com
15/06/1426/10/14. “Art In The Garden 2014”. Mixed Media External Event. Harold Martin Botanical
Garden. University Of Leicester. inc: Halima Cassell Blackburn, Rebecca Newnham & Peter Newsom.
Leicester. GB. Tel: 0116 271 2933. Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www2.le.ac.uk/institution/botanic-garden/events-1/calendar
21/06/1407/09/14. “Materials Matter”. Devon Guild Of Craftsmen Summer Mixed Media Exhibition.
inc: Fabrizia Bazzo, Richard “Will” Shakspeare & Anne Smyth. The Devon Guild Of Craftsmen. Bovey
Tracey. GB. Tel: 01626 832 223. Email: [email protected] Website: www.crafts.org.uk
01/07/1430/09/14. “Jewellery Showcase”. inc: Samantha Donaldson. Ferrers Gallery Ltd. Staunton
Harold. GB. Tel: 01332 863 337. Email: [email protected] Website: www.ferrersgallery.co.uk
04/07/1431/12/14. “Verriales 2014: Art & Le Scaré”. inc: Richard “Ricky” Bernstein, Mark BokeschParsons, Donghai Guan, Clifford Rainey, David Reekie, Colin Reid & Xiao Wei Zhuang. Galerie
International Du Verre À La Verrerie De Biot. Biot. F. Tel: 00 33 4 93 65 03 00.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.galerieduverre.com & www.verreriebiot.com
12/07/1402/11/14. “Harmony”. Dylan Thomas Glass Touring Exhibition. inc: Catherine Brown,
Marion Davies, Maria Fagan, Shelagh Gray, Rita Griskonyte, Wadia Haidar, Siobhan Healey, Joanna
Hedley Blaylock, Kate Henderson, Matthew Le Breton, Lydia Marouf, Michelle Mativi, Ruth Morriss,
Linda Norris, Rachel Phillips, Mare Saare, Kathy Shaw-Urlich, Cathryn Shilling, Wendy Stone, Ruth
Taylor Jacobsen & Sian Williams-Davies. National Waterfront Museum. Swansea./? T.B.C. GB.
Tel: 029 2057 3600. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/swansea/
16/07/1426/09/14. “Xavier White’s Full Circle”. Xavier White Solo Exhibition. Maudsley Hospital.
London. GB. Mob: 07889 972 374. Email: [email protected]
18/07/1407/09/14. “Made In Leicestershire”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Ema Kelly. Ferrers Gallery
Ltd. Ferrers Centre For Arts & Crafts. Staunton Harold. GB. Tel: 01332 863 337.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.ferrersgallery.co.uk
25/07/1404/09/14. “C.G.S. Showcase @ National Glass Centre: Crispian Heath & Ingrid Hunter”.
inc: Crispian Heath & Ingrid Hunter. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland.
GB. Tel: 0191 515 5501. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
26/07/1405/10/14. “Glaskunst Der Niederlande/Glass Art Of The Netherlands”. inc: Mieke Groot,
Richard B. Price & Bibi Smit. Glasmuseum Immenhausen. Immenhausen. D. Tel: 00 49 5673 2060.
Email: [email protected] Website. www.stadt-immenhausen.de/glasmuseum
*02/08/1402/09/14. “Japanned”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Keïko Mukaïdé, Paul Musgrove &
Yoshiko Okada. Gallery Ten. Edinburgh. GB. Mob: 07957 855 426. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.galleryten.co.uk
02/08/1410/09/14. “Summer Exhibition”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Amanda Simmons. Bircham
Gallery. Holt. GB. Tel: 01263 713 312. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.birchamgallery.co.uk
*04/09/1410/10/14. “Royal Dublin Society National Craft Competition”. Royal Dublin Society Touring
Exhibition. inc: Denis Brown, Eva Kelly, Lyndsey McGonigle, Sadhbh Mowlds & Rose Sinclair-Doyle.
R.D.S. Concert Hall, Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show. Dublin./Hunt Museum. Limerick. IRL.
Tel: 00 353 1 240 7255. Email: [email protected] Website: www.rds.ie/crafts
08/08/1414/09/14. “Here We Are At Home”. Mixed Media Pop-Up! Scotland Exhibition @ 1st. Floor,
Besides Debenhams. inc: Jessamy Kelly. Ocean Terminal Shopping Centre. Leith. GB.
Email: [email protected] Website: http://popupedinburgh.org/exhibitions/hwaah/
08/08/1415/10/14. “Resonance”. Kilkenny Arts Festival Exhibition. Róisín De Buitléar Solo
Exhibition. Ccol National Craft Gallery. Crafts Council Of Ireland. Kilkenny. IRL.
Tel: 00 353 56 776 1804. Email: [email protected] Website: www.nationalcraftgallery.ie
08/08/1415/10/14. “Cercle”. Kilkenny Arts Festival Exhibition. Karen Donnellan Solo Exhibition. Ccol
National Craft Gallery. Crafts Council Of Ireland. Kilkenny. IRL. Tel: 00 353 56 776 1804.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.nationalcraftgallery.ie
*09/08/1405/10/14. “International Glass Days: Zwiesler Glastage”. European Prize For Emerging
Glass Artists Exhibition. inc: Priska Jacobs, Julia Malle & Cathryn Shilling. Former Zwiesel Girl’s
School. Zwiesel. D. Tel: 00 49 9922 840 521. Email: [email protected]
Website: http://glastage.zwiesel.de/zwieseler-glastage/glasaktivitaeten/zwieseler-glastage.html
*13/08/1418/09/14. “Ranamok Glass Prize 2014”. Final Touring Exhibition. inc: Judi Elliott, Richard
Morrell, Patricia “Paddy” Robinson, Richard Whiteley, Kathryn Wightman & Nicholas Wirdnam.
Canberra Glassworks. Kingston (ACT)./Foyer, Angel Place Office Tower. Sydney (NSW).
(07/10/1424/10/14)/Foyer, Riverside Centre. Brisbane (QLD). (10/11/1414/11/14). AUS.
*14/08/1406/09/14. Arts Council Of Northern Ireland Collection Mixed Media Exhibition @ Higher
Bridges Gallery. inc: Catherine Keenan. Enniskillen. GB.
Website: www.fermanagh.gov.uk/arts-and-culture/higher-bridges-gallery.html
*14/08/1428/09/14. “Norwegian Glass Now”. inc: Kari Håkonsen, Vidar Koksvik & Ingrid Nord.
Galleri Format. Oslo. N. Tel: 00 47 22 414 540. Email: [email protected] Website: www.format.no
New Dates! 16/08/1421/09/14. “Telling Tales: Summer Exhibition”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc:
James Lethbridge, Charlotte Sale & Ruth Shelley. Crafting Spaces - The Byre Gallery. Millbrook. GB.
Tel: 01752 822 936. Email: [email protected] Website: www.thebyregallery.co.uk
*18/08/14For Six Months. “Showcase”. Jonathan Harris Solo Exhibition. Gray’s Antiques Centre.
London. GB. Tel: 01952 246 381. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jhstudioglass.com
*21/08/1409/09/14. “Beliefs”. Nick Wirdnam Solo Exhibition. Beaver Galleries. Deakin (ACT). AUS.
Tel; 00 61 2 62 82 52 94. Email: [email protected] Website: www.beavergalleries.com.au
*23/08/1414/11/14. “Uncommon Beauty”. inc: Amanda Simmons. Bullseye Resource Centre New
York Gallery. Mamaroneck (NY). US. Tel: 00 1 914 835 3794. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bullseyeglass.com/art/uncommon-beauty.html
25/08/1431/01/15. “Rebecca Newnham”. Rebecca Newnham Solo Exterior Mosaic Installation.
Horatio’s Garden. Duke Of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre. Salisbury. GB. Mob: 07429 140 918.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.horatiosgarden.org.uk
*27/08/1402/11/14. “Glass Fusion”. inc: Jane Charles, ‘Elisa Clare Glass Design’ (Elisa Robinson),
‘’elk studio glass’ (Emma Kelly), Colette Halstead, Peter Layton, Kira Meyer, Annette Sharkey, Nicola
Steel & Helen Tiffany. Colonnade Cabinets, The Craft Shop. Royal Exchange Theatre. Manchester.
GB. Tel: 0161 615 6767. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.royalexchange.co.uk/craftshop
*30/08/1412/10/14. “10e Glas Art Biennale/10th. Glass Art Biennale”. inc: Bibi Smit & Richard B.
Price. Galerie Mariska Dirkx @ Caroluskapel Cloisters. Roermond. NL. Tel/Fax. 00 31 475 317 137.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.galeriemariskadirkx.nl
31/08/1407/09/14. “Cumbrian Contrasts”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Roxanne Denny. Rheged
Centre. Penrith. GB. Tel: 01768 868 000. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rheged.com/cumbrian-contrasts
*03/09/1426/09/14. “Elements: Refined”. Surrey Guild Of Craftsmen 21st. Anniversary Mixed Media
Touring Exhibition. inc: Adam Aaronson, Jenefer Ham & Elizabeth Welch. Surrey Guild Craft Gallery.
Milford./Bourneside Gallery. Dorking./Dorking Library. Dorking./Monteagle Gallery. Yateley./Cranleigh
Arts Centre. Cranleigh./Horsham Museum. Horsham. (05/10/1424/10/14)/The Crafts Study
Centre. University College For The Creative Arts. Farnham. (04/11/1429/11/14)/Art Fund Prize
Gallery. The Lightbox. Woking. (09/12/1421/12/14). GB. Tel: 01483 424 769.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.surreyguild.com/elements-refined/
*03/09/1401/10/14. “To The Letter”. Mixed Media Calligraphy Exhibition. inc: Peter Furlonger. The
Scottish Gallery. Edinburgh. GB. Tel: 0131 558 1200. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.scottish-gallery.co.uk
04/09/1417/10/14. “Sculpture In Context 2014”. Mixed Media Sculpture Exhibition. inc: Merce
Canadell, Sadhbh Mowlds & Margaret Tuffy. National Botanic Gardens Glasshouses. Glasnevin.
Dublin. IRL. Mob: 00 353 87 242 1675. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.sculptureincontext.com
05/09/1407/09/14. “Salisbury Contemporary Craft & Heritage Fayre”. Mixed Media Event. inc: ‘Aline
Johnson Glass Design’ (Aline Johnson), Jenny Ayrton, Ruth Dresman, ‘Glass ReFORM’ (Matthew
Persson) & ‘Stained Glas Workshop’ (?). Salisbury Cathedral. Salisbury. GB.
Website: http://salisburycraftfayre.org/
06/09/1416/10/14. “C.G.S. Showcase @ National Glass Centre: Kee-Ryong Choi & Cathryn
Shilling”. inc: Kee-Ryong Choi & Cathryn Shilling. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland.
Sunderland. GB. Tel: 0191 515 5501. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
*06/09/1421/09/14. “Devon Open Studios”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Adele Retter. Artizan
Gallery. Torquay. GB. Tel: 01803 428 626. Email: [email protected]
Website: http://artizangallery.co.uk/
06/09/201428/09/2014. “Herts Open Studios”. Jenny Hoole. Studio JH. 12 St. Nicholas Mount,
Hemel Hempstead. GB. Mob: 07935 710 126. Email: [email protected]
Websites: www.studio-jh.com & www.hvaf.org.uk
06/09/1415/09/14. “Snapshot”. Wanganui Festival Of Glass, National Glass Exhibition. inc: ? T.B.C.
Sarjeant Gallery. Wanganui. NZ. Tel: 00 64 6 349 0506. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.sarjeant.org.nz
*06/09/1418/10/14. “The Colour Of India”. Bill Swann Solo Touring Exhibition. Oriel Ynys Mon.
Llangefni./Oriel Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Mold./Museum Of Modern Art. Machynlleth.
(27/10/1402/01/15)/The Albany Gallery. Cardiff. (09/01/1530/01/15)/Y Galeri. Caerphilly.
(14/04/1516/05/15)/Oriel Plas Glyn-Y-Weddw. Llanbedrog. (01/09/1530/11/15) GB.
Tel: 01766 770 686. Website: www.billswannglass.co.uk
*06/09/1407/09/14. “Wirksworth Festival 2014:Arts & Architecture Trail”. Kevin Wallhead @
Platform 1, Wirksworth Station. Wirksworth. GB. Website:
www.wirksworthfestival.co.uk/index.php/home/events/art-architecture-trail-2014/artists2014
*07/11/1409/11/14. “The Art Craft & Design Show”. Mixed Media Event. inc: ? T.B.C. The
Millennium Grandstand. Rowley Mile Racecourse. Newmarket. GB. Tel: 01206 263 088.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.artcraftdesignshow.co.uk
*08/09/1420/09/14. “Designed|Crafted”. The Society Of Designer Craftsmen Mixed Media Members
Exhibition. inc: Adam Aaronson, ‘Alex R’ (Alex Robinson), Brett Manley &‘The Edition Collection’
(Lucy Batt). Society Of Design Craftsmen Gallery. London. GB. Email: [email protected]
*08/09/1419/10/14. “Jerwood Makers Open 2014”. Mixed Media Touring Exhibition. inc: Shelley
James. JVA At Jerwood Space. London./Hannahs At Seale-Hayne. Newton Abbot./Gallery Oldham.
Oldham. (16/11/1401/03/15). GB. Tel: 020 7654 0171. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.jerwoodvisualarts.org/3091/On-Tour
*12/09/1420/09/14. “PURE Autumn Art Fair”. Mixed Media Event. inc: Rachel Kruger, Hildegard Pax
& Linda Smith. Powdermills Hotel. Battle. GB. Website: www.pureartsgroup.co.uk
*12/09/1418/10/14. “Vetro”. inc: Scott Benefield, Edmond Byrne, Hanne Enemark, Owen Johnson,
Peter Layton, Bruce Marks, Laura McKinley, Simon Moore, Jochen Ott, Tim Rawlinson, Liam Reeves,
Layne Rowe, Anthony Scala, Cathryn Shilling, Louis Thompson & Elliot Walker. The Gallery At
London Glassblowing. London Glassblowing. London. GB. Tel: 020 7403 2800.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.londonglassblowing.co.uk
*13/09/1430/09/14. “Elements Of Craft”. London Design Festival Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Daniel
Bowran. Mint. London. GB. Tel: 020 7225 2228. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mintshop.co.uk
*13/09/1411/10/14. “Ich Weiß Von Nichts Als Meiner Seligen Insel./Need Not Worry About The
Shipwreck That Is The World) I care About Nothing Other Than My Blessed Island”. Ursula Huth Solo
Exhibition. Künstlerbund Tübingen e.V. Tübingen. D. Email: [email protected]
Websites: www.ursulahuth.de & www.kuenstlerbund-tuebingen.de
*14/09/1416/09/14. “Top Drawer London”. inc: ‘FF Jewellery’ (Frances Federer), ‘Jo Downs
Handmade Glass’ (Jo Downs) & ‘Sara Newman Design’ (Sara Newman). Olympia. London. GB.
Tel: 020 7370 8214. Email: [email protected] Website: www.topdrawer.co.uk
*15/09/1430/08/15. “North Lands Creative Glass: A Selection Of Works From The North Lands
Collection”. inc: ? T.B.C. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland. GB.
Tel: 0191 515 5555. Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
*17/09/1421/09/14. “33 @ OXO”. University For The Creative Arts Staff & Alumni Mixed Media
Exhibition. inc: Fiona Bryer, Aaron Golding, Wendy Green, Sigrun Hill, Anum Khan, Joanna Lloyd,
Emma Rawson, Georgina Rogers, Julia Rutty, Naomi Symmonds, Colin Webster & Julia Webster.
[email protected] Oxo Tower Wharf. London. GB. Tel: 020 7401 2255.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.oxotower.co.uk/events/33oxo/
*18/09/1414/12/14. Stanislav Libenský Award Competition Exhibition 2014. inc: Daniel Bowran,
Austyn Finnegan, Harry Morgan & Christopher Woodley. Art Salon, S Dance House. Prague. CZ.
Mob. 00 420 728 746 108. Email: [email protected] Website: www.libenskyaward.com/en/
18/09/14? T.B.C. Design & Crafts Council Of Ireland Future Makers Mixed Media Exhibition. inc:
Meadhbh McIlgorm. Limerick School Of Art & Design. Limerick. IRL Website: www.dccoi.ie
*18/09/1402/11/14. “Glasshaus IX”. inc: Laura Birdsall, Dan Bowran, Heike Brachlow, Stephanie Da
Silva, Katya Filmus, Amber King, Yuki Kokai, Jon Lewis, James Maskrey, Karen Murphy, Charlotte
Smith, Nancy Sutcliffe, Phil Vickery & Ewa Wawrzyniak. The Gallery At Parndon Mill. Parndon Mill.
GB. Tel: 01279 426 042. Email: [email protected] Website: www.parndonmill.co.uk/gallery.html
*18/09/1421/09/14. “TENT London”. inc: Nicholas Collins. The Truman Brewery. London. GB.
Tel: 020 7739 5655. Email: [email protected] Website: www.tentlondon.co.uk
*19/09/2014→21/09/2014 “North Wales Open Studio Weekend”. Bill Swann Glass. Glaslyn Stwidio,
Glaslyn Street, Porthmadog. GB. Tel: 01766 770 686. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.billswannglass.co.uk
*19/09/1412/10/14. “Sacred Spaces”. Criss Chaney Solo Exhibition. Creative Cohesion.
Sunderland. GB. Tel: 0191 565 5331. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.creativecohesion.org.uk
*20/10/1404/01/15. “James Maskrey: In His Own Works”. James Maskrey Solo & Retrospective
Exhibition. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland. GB. Tel: 0191 515 5555.
Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
*20/09/1405/10/14. “Somerset Art Works Open Studio 2014”. Venue 70. Fabrizia Bazzo. Hall
Cottage, Whitelackington. GB. Tel: 01460 54831. Email: [email protected]
Websites: www.somersetartworks.org.uk & www.fabriziabazzo.co.uk
*20/09/1402/11/14. “The Masters Behind The Glass”. inc: Kari Håkonsen, Vidar Koksvik & James
Lethbridge. Österlens Glashytta & Hantverkare AB. Brösarp. S. Tel: 00 46 414 73125.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.osterlensglashytta.se
22/09/1427/09/14. “Herts Open Studios”. inc: ‘Vitreus Art’ (Mike Caddy & Jenny Timms). St. John’s
Church Hall, London Road, Bourne End. GB. Website: www.vitreus-art.co.uk
*27/09/1416/11/14. “Maker In Focus: Janine Partington”. Janine Partington Solo Exhibition. New
Ashgate Gallery. Farnham. GB. Tel: 01252 713 208. Email: [email protected]
Website. www.newashgate.org.uk
*30/09/1426/10/14. “Syrinx”. Two Person Mixed Media Exhibition With Dominic Fondé & Alison
Wilson, Printmaker. Artistry. Singapore. SGP. Email: [email protected]
*04/10/1405/10/14. “ArtWest Open Studios 2014”. Julie Light. Julie Light Solo Exhibition. Welworth
Studios, The Light Factory, 6 Scrubs Lane, London. GB. Mob: 07961 368 410.
Email: [email protected] Websites: www.artwestopenstudios.co.uk & www.julielightglass.co.uk
*04/10/1405/10/14. “ArtWest Open Studios 2014”. GlassFusion. inc: Frances Arkle, Cathryn Shilling
& Jeff Wood. Unit 1, Gateway Industrial Estate, Hythe Road, London. GB. Mob: 07940 708 275.
Email: [email protected]
Websites: www.artwestopenstudios.co.uk & www.cathrynshilling.co.uk
*05/10/14 FOR ONE DAY ONLY!!!! “Silver Anniversary: 25th. Annual Beadwork & Bead Fair”. Bead
Society Of Great Britain Fair. inc: ? T.B.C. Sports Hall, Uxbridge College. Uxbridge. GB.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.beadsociety.org.uk
*05/10/14 FOR ONE DAY ONLY!!!! “The Art Glass Show”. inc: Vic Bamforth, Alex Breen, Julia Britton,
Sarah Cable, Ian Chadwick, Terri-Louise Colledge, Barry Cooper, Helen Davies, Patricia Foden,
Helen Gorick, Jessica Griffin, Emma Mackintosh, Rebecca Mansbridge, Jane O’Neill, Clare Pritchard,
Guergana Sabkova, Niki Steel & Genevieve Thompson & ‘The World Of Glass (St. Helens) Ltd.’.
Lancaster & Sandon Suits, Haydock Park Racecourse. Newton-Le-Willows. GB.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.art-glass-show.co.uk
*06/10/1429/10/14. The Scottish Gallery. Fiaz Elson 10th. Anniversary Solo Exhibition. Edinburgh.
GB. Tel: 0131 558 1200. Email: [email protected] Website: www.scottish-gallery.co.uk
*08/10/14 @ 19:00 FOR ONE EVENING ONLY!!!! “Contemporary Art Exhibition”. Shooting Star
C.H.A.S.E. Charity Mixed Media Exhibition & Auction. inc: Margaret Alston, Vic Bamforth, Scott
Benefield, Laura Birdsall, Heike Brachlow, Katherine Coleman M.B.E., Shelley Doolan, Ruth Dupré,
Matt Durran, Fiaz Elson, Sally Fawkes, Catherine Forsyth, Stephen Frey, Stewart Hearn, Richard
Jackson, Alison Kinnaird M.B.E., Monette Larsen, Peter Layton, Charlie Macpherson, James
Maskrey, Yoshiko Okada, Ronald Pennell, David Reekie, Liam Reeves, Colin Reid, Anthony Scala,
Amanda Simmons, Nancy Sutcliffe & Louis Thompson. Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College Of Art.
London. GB. Tickets – Mob: 07551 074 714. Email: [email protected]
(Contemporary Glass Email Enquiries: [email protected] ). Website: www.ssc-art.com
*09/10/1423/10/14. “International Contemporary Engraved Glass”. Guild Of Glass Engravers
National Exhibition. inc: Christopher Ainslie, Katharine Coleman M.B.E., Alison Kinnaird M.B.E.,
Nancy Sutcliffe & Guest Artist April Surgent. The Gallery At Morley College. Morley College. London.
GB. Mob: 07834 549 925. Email: [email protected] Website: www.gge.org.uk
*09/10/1412/10/14. “The Great Northern Contemporary Craft Fair 2014”. Mixed Media Fair. inc:
Jane Charles, Rachel Elliott, Heather Gillespie, Vicky Higginson, Kira Meyer, Janine Partington, David
Pascoe, Caroline Rees, Helen Tiffany, Jo Vincent & ‘Vinegar & Brown Paper’ (Andy Poplar). Hardman
Boulevard, Old Granada Studios. Manchester. GB. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.greatnorthernevents.co.uk
*10/10/1412/10/14. “Freeform Glaskunst”. Stephen Thorp & Nina Thorp-Weidinger Solo Exhibition.
UTC+02. Weißenfeld. D. Tel/Fax. 00 49 89 904 5920.Email: [email protected]
Website: www.freeform-glas.de
*11/10/1401/11/14. “Endeavour”. Scottish Glass Society Members Exhibition. inc: Vicky Higginson.
Peter Potter Gallery. Haddington. GB. Tel: 01620 822 080. Email: [email protected]
Websites: www.peterpotter & www.scottishglasssociety.com
*11/10/1411/01/15. “Magdalene Odundo: Transition II: Major New Installation In Glass”. Magdalene
Odundo Solo Exhibition/Installation. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland.
GB. Tel: 0191 515 5555. Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
*13/10/1410/11/14. “Animal Planet”. European Glass Festival Exhibition. inc: Ned Cantrell, Jesse
Günther, Inge Panneels & Mare Saare. Główny Station. Wroclaw. PL. ?
13/10/1419/10/14. “Pavilion Of Art&Design London”. Adrian Sassoon @ Berkeley Square. inc: ?
T.B.C. London. GB. Websites: www.pad-fairs.com/london/en & www.adriansassoon.com
18/10/1427/11/14. “C.G.S. Showcase @ National Glass Centre: Scott Benefield & Jonathan Harris”.
inc: Scott Benefield & Jonathan Harris. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland.
GB. Tel: 0191 515 5501. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nationalglasscentre.com
*18/10/1419/10/14 FOR TWO DAYS ONLY!!!! “Festival Of Crafts 2014”. Mixed Media Exhibition.
inc: ‘Aline Johnson Glass Design’ (Aline Johnson, Helen Dyne & Janine Partington. Farnham
Maltings. Farnham. GB. Tel: 01252 745 405. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.farnhammaltings.com
24/10/1426/10/14. “MADE – London – The Design & Craft Fair”. Mixed Media Fair. inc: Jenny
Ayrton, Samantha Donaldson, Fleur Grenier, Catherine Keenan, ‘Mosquito’ (Amy Cushing), Lisa
Pettibone, Jonathan Rogers & Sam Sweet. One Marylebone. London. GB. Tel: 01903 608 757.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.madelondon.org
*25/10/1426/010/14. “Islington Contemporary Art & Design Fair 2014”. (Design Products, Furniture,
Ceramics & Glass). inc: ? T.B.C. Candid Gallery, Candid Arts Trust. London. GB. Tel: 020 7837 4237.
Email: [email protected] Website: http://icadf.com/
*31/10/1402/11/14. “Made By Hand”. Mixed Media Event. inc: ? T.B.C. City Hall. Cardiff. GB.
Tel: 01626 830 612. Email: [email protected] Website: www.madebyhand-wales.co.uk
*31/10/1411/01/15. “Handmade For Christmas 2014”.Mixed Media Christmas Exhibition. inc: Vicky
Higginson. Millennium Gallery. Museums Sheffield. Sheffield. GB. Tel: 0114 278 2754.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.museums-sheffield.org.uk
*01/11/1430/11/14. “Frosted Earth”. inc: Adam Aaronson, Elena Fleury-Rojo, David Flower,
Caroline Moiret & Peter Newsom. Sculpt Gallery. Tiptree. GB. Mob: 07980 768 616.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.sculptgallery.com
*07/11/1409/11/14. “Sculpture Objects & Functional Art”. Craftscotland Ltd. @ S.O.F.A. 2014
Chicago. inc: Jeff Zimmer. Navy Pier. Chicago (IL). US. Website: www.sofaexpo.com
*07/11/1409/11/14. “Sculpture Objects & Functional Art”. Galleri Format (Oslo) @ S.O.F.A. 2014
Chicago. inc: Beate Einen, Kari Håkonsen & Vidar Koksvik. Navy Pier. Chicago (IL). US.
Website: www.sofaexpo.com
*07/11/1409/11/14. “Sculpture Objects & Functional Art”. Kirra Galleries @ S.O.F.A. 2014 Chicago.
inc: Scott Chaseling, Kevin Gordon Mikyoung Jung & Tim Shaw. Navy Pier. Chicago (IL). US.
Website: www.sofaexpo.com
13/11/1417/11/14. “The Salon: Art+Design”. Mixed Media Event. inc: ? T.B.C. Adrian Sassoon @
Park Avenue Armory. New York (NY). US. ? Websites: & www.adriansassoon.com
*14/11/1416/11/14. “Handmade In Britain 2014”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Adam Aaronson,
‘Aline Johnson Glass Design’ (Aline Johnson), ‘Catherine Carr Glass’ (Catherine Fuga-Carr), Lynn
Foster, ‘FuseModern’ (Ziggie Bergman), Alison Lowry, Jonathan Rogers, Deborah Timperley & Carole
Waller. Chelsea Old Town Hall. London. GB. Tel: 020 7286 5110.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.handmadeinbritain.co.uk
15/11/1416/11/14. “Lustre: Contemporary Craft Makers’ Market 2014”. inc: ? T.B.C. D.H. Lawrence
Pavilion & Djanogly Art Gallery. Lakeside Arts Centre. Nottingham. GB. Tel: 0115 951 3107.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.lakesidearts.org.uk
*19/11/1430/11/14. “Heat And Dust”. Mixed Media Exhibition. inc: Juliana Bolaños-Durman & Sally
Fawkes. Joanna Bird. London. GB. Tel: 020 8995 9960. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.joannabird.com
21/11/1424/12/14. “Christmas Open House & Sale”. inc: Peter Layton. The Gallery At London
Glassblowing. London Glassblowing. London. GB. Tel: 020 7403 2800.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.londonglassblowing.co.uk
*23/11/14 FOR ONE DAY ONLY!!!! “The National Glass Fair”. inc: ‘Elliot Walker’ (Elliot Walker) &
‘Jonathan Harris Studio Glass Ltd.’ (Jonathan Harris). The National Motorcycle Museum. Solihull. GB.
Mob: 07887 762 872. Email: [email protected] Website: www.nationalglassfair.co.uk
*26/11/1429/11/14. “The Affordable Art Fair New York”. inc: Joanne Mitchell. ArtDog London @
West 34th. Street. New York (NY). US. Website: http://affordableartfair.com/newyork/about/
29/11/1408/01/15. “C.G.S. Showcase @ National Glass Centre: Max Lamb & Philippa Beveridge”.
inc: Max Lamb & Philippa Beveridge. National Glass Centre. University Of Sunderland. Sunderland.
GB. Tel: 0191 515 5501. Email: [email protected]
*29/11/14 FOR ONE DAY ONLY!!!! “Jonathan Harris Collectors Event Day”. Jonathan Harris Solo
Exhibition. The Museum Of Iron & Enginuity. Ironbridge. GB. Tel: 01952 246 381.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.jhstudioglass.com
2015.
*11/01/1513/01/15. “CRAFT: Redefining Handmade 2015”. Handmade In Britain Mixed Media
Event. inc: ‘Kira Meyer Glass’ (Kira Meyer). Olympia. London. GB. Tel: 020 7286 5110.
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.handmadeinbritain.co.uk/other-projects/craft2015/about/
14/03/1505/05/15. “Ripples – Glass Inspired By Nature”. Contemporary Glass Society Members
Exhibition. inc: ? T.B.C. Pyramid Gallery. York. GB. Tel: 01904 641 187.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.pyramidgallery.com
*12/04/1514/04/15. “British Craft Trade Fair”. inc: ‘Laura Birdsall Glass’ (Laura Birdsall). Great
Yorkshire Showground. Harrogate. GB. Tel: 01444 246 446. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.bctf.co.uk
25/05/15? T.B.C. “British Glass Biennale 2015”. British Glass Biennale @ The International
Festival Of Glass. Glasshouse Arts Centre & Ruskin Glass Centre. Amblecote. GB.
Website: www.ifg.org.uk
AUCTIONS INCLUDING CONTEMPORARY GLASS.
04/10/14: Charity Auction in support of the International Summer Academy Bild-Werk Frauenau!
Since its inception over 25 years ago, the International Summer Academy Bild-Werk Frauenau has
developed into a globally recognized centre of excellence. With its focus on glass it is unique in the
German summer school landscape. At the interface between a regional glassmaking tradition and
International Studio Glass movement Bild-Werk has become a central forum where the interrelated
traditions of glass craftsmanship and the innovation potential of modern glass art is alive and
evolving. In order to allow this to continue successfully there will be a charity auction on October 4 th.
2014. As nice as the success story of Bild-Werk Frauenau there are also the ever pressing budget
problems, despite many volunteer work hours. Therefore, about one hundred internationally
renowned artists, mostly teachers from the Academy, have spontaneously donated works of art for a
charity auction in support of the school. These diverse artworks reflect the world of studio glass and
its numerous connections reflected in the visual arts, and the connections of Frauenau from all over
the world. From all continents and from 15 countries, the objects have been sent, and the organizers
are happy that they travel - have survived - often from halfway around the world. The picturesque
imagery and spontaneous expressiveness seen in the work of Erwin Eisch, one of the founding
fathers of Bild-Werk, illustrate the versatile material of glass, which, combined with other media of
expression in fine art is reflected in the diverse auction pieces. Whether regional or international all
together they make Bild-Werk Frauenau and open up a wide range for our auction: paintings, prints,
sculpture and of course glass - flat or sculptural, hot or cold, transparent and coloured, all ranging
from the pictorial, to the poetic, from calm to furious and always brilliant.
Hot from the furnace and the flame: Many objects are very touching, like the piece of B. Jane Cowie,
the Australian artists who for years has worked at the furnace in Singapore and who’s piece “Memory
Touchstone” has installed glass travel memories in an old suitcases. Or they show colour and joie de
vivre as seen in the assemblage of furnace and lamp-worked glass of two Mexican brothers Einar and
Jamex de la Torre. The doyen of the American studio glass are represented by Stephen Dee
Edwards, successor to the legendary Studio Glass founder Harvey K. Littleton at the Albert University
in Wisconsin, which will be blown this summer at the new studio of Bild-werk. Or Shane Fero, longtime President of the International Glass Art Society, with a lamp-blown bird piece. The long-term
relationships with Bohemia are also represented, among others by the artist at the blowpipe Jiří
Suhajek.
Warm glass: The exciting and versatile British studio glass scene dominated this year's Coburg Glass
Prize and this is also the case with our auction with artists Max Jacquard, Mark Angus, Sue
Woolhouse and Davina Kirkpatrick represented. As in Coburg they also demonstrate in Frauenau the
current trend in the studio glass towards "warm glass", for delicate Pate de Verre and kiln cast
sculptures as seen in the glass object chosen as the title piece of the auction, the of kiln cast glass
with enamel inclusions work "Measure for Measure, 2013" by Marion Mack and Max Jacquard (winner
of the British Glass Biennial 2008).
Cold glass: engraving and painting: Glass engraving in all of its picturesque variations shows in the
Graal technique vase engraved by Pavlina Čambalová, a shooting star of the young glass scene
currently working for Lobmeyr, Vienna. Poetically, the Lithophanie of Jaroslava Votrubová shows in
diaphanous light. The great play of light and form in ground glass shows, among other things, in the
large glass plates of regional artists Fanz Xaver Höller and Eduard Deubzer. The region is further
represented at an international level by the Ark builder Ronald Fischer, and by G. Jo. Hruschka,
Stefan Stangl, - these three from the studio “Männerhaut”, - and by engraver Christian Schmidt.
The internationality and the creative diversity of Bild-Werk is also found for example in the vases
series from the legendary exhibition "50 Artists 50 Vases", a collaboration with the Eisch factory.
Written large in Bild-Werk Frauenau has always been the connections to other media of the visual
arts. Wonderful auction pieces from the fields of painting and graphic arts, wood and ceramics all
reflect the spirit of Bild-Werk, a fruitful enriching combination in all art directions, representing the full
scope of the academy. A detailed auction catalog will be published in late August, both as a pdf
download as well as in a printed version, and which will be sent upon request. The auction will be
conducted by Dr. Joachim Haas, from the Art Society Schweinfurt, and held in the Academy building
Tom's Hall in Frauenau. Written bids and bidding by telephone are both possible. Details of the
auction can be found in the near future under Website: www.bild-werk-frauenau.de
Bild-Werk Frauenau e.V. Email: [email protected] Moosaustr. 18a / Postfach 105 Tel: +49
(0)9926/ 180 895. D94258 Frauenau.
AWARDS-COMPETITIONS/EXHIBITIONS,
GRANTS/PRIZES/SCHOLARSHIPS.
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BOOKS/MAGAZINES.
*‘Coburger Glaspreis 2014’ Hardback Exhibition catalogues Just In!!! Pref. Dr. Klaus Weschenfelder.
Price £35.00 + p&p to anyone with a UK or Irish postal address.
(Anyone outside of the UK or Republic Of Ireland please contact Sven Hauschke in Coburg,
Germany, on Email: [email protected] )
I also have a number of ‘Dan Klein & Alan J. Poole Collection’ booklets from the National Glass
Centre still available at £5.00 + p&p. Please contact Alan on Email: [email protected] for
further details and enquires about other glass titles in stock.
CALL TO ARTISTS:
*‘Wish You Were Here!’ C.G.S. Open Exhibition Sponsored by Mark Holford. A chance to
participate in a vibrant Contemporary Glass Society exhibition and be at the heart of what’s
happening at the International Festival Of Glass in May 2015. The C.G.S. challenges its
members to send us a glass postcard. What will you say? Full details on our
Website: www.cgs.org.uk or contact Email: [email protected] . Open to C.G.S. Members
only. This show has been made possible by the generous support of Mark Holford, our main
private donor and craft & design magazine, our corporate sponsor. We would also like to
thank supporters Kilncare, Alan J. Poole (‘People’s Prize’) and John Agnew (Winning Prize).
*01/09/14: Open Call. International Glass Prize. Charlotte J. Van Der Seijs Foundation. We are proud
to announce the second edition of the International Glass Prize (IGP2), a triennial competition for arts,
design and crafts. This project is an initiative of the Private Foundation Charlotte Van Der Seijs and is
organized by the glass museum GlazenHuis in Lommel, Belgium. The jury will award €12,000.00 of
prize money and two residency periods at the studio of the GlazenHuis. This edition's theme is: ‘The
Process’. Application can be submitted online from 1 September 2014. We would greatly appreciate it
if you could promote this competition's second edition by forwarding this
link: www.internationalglassprize.be to all glass related institutes, organizations, artists and students
within your network. Website: www.internationalglassprize.be
*Application Goes Live 15/09/14 & Deadline 13/10/14: ‘Hothouse 5’ Support For Emerging Makers.
Call For Applications. Are you looking for support and advice, tailor-made for your contemporary craft
practice? Are you within three years of setting up a craft business? Are you looking to develop a
strong foundation and peer-group to help you make the best start? Hothouse has 46 places available
in four areas across England and Scotland, providing emerging makers with a six-month programme
of focussed business skills and creative development, complemented by 1:1 support. Hothouse 5
runs from February to July 2015. For more information on the programme please visit
Website: www.craftscouncil.org.uk/hothouse
Deadline 01/10/14: ‘New Glass Review’ Call To Entries. The Corning Museum Of Glass invites artists,
craftspeople, designers, and architects worldwide to submit images of new works using glass. In late
November or early December, a jury will select 100 images from the submissions. ‘New Glass
Review’ is published every spring by The Corning Museum Of Glass in conjunction with ‘Neues Glas New Glass: Art & Architecture’, Germany, and ‘GLASS: The Urban Glass Art Quarterly’, published by
UrbanGlass, Brooklyn, US. Participants are requested to complete the entry form, submitting a total of
three digital images illustrating one work per image by the 1st. October 2014. Three images of different
pieces are preferred, although participants may send multiple views of one or two pieces. Digital
photographs must be of actual objects designed and made between October 1, 2013, and October 1,
2014. Find all the details of how to submit at
Website: www.cmog.org/content/new-glass-review-juriedsubmission?utm_source=ngr_search&utm_medium=web&utm_campaign=ngr2014
Closing Date For Applications 06/10/14: The Stephen Procter Fellowship 2015 is now open for
proposals. The upcoming Fellowship will be awarded to an artist based in Australia. The Stephen
Procter Fellow 2015 will receive AU$5,000.00 towards travel, and a 4 to 6 week residency at The
Australian National University, in the School Of Art Glass Workshop.
About The Stephen Procter Fellowship: The Stephen Procter Fellowship was established in 2001 in
memory of Stephen Procter, Head of the Glass Workshop at The Australian National University 1993–
2000. The aim of the Fellowship is to assist Australian and international artists working in glass to
work/study abroad. Travel and the experience of other cultures were very important to Stephen and
this Fellowship is intended to be a significant and exciting link between glass communities around the
world. Each year the Fellowship provides AU$5,00000 towards travel and a residency (4 to 8 weeks)
within the glass workshop at A.N.U. to an artist working with glass. The fellowship aims to support
artists with working or educational opportunities significant to their artistic practice. In 2015 this money
will be made available for an artist based in Australia to travel overseas and undertake a residency in
the Glass Workshop at the Australian National University in Canberra upon their return. The
fellowship needs to start in 2015, and ideally be completed the same year. See the application
instructions for further details, Website: http://soa.anu.edu.au/glass/stephen-procterfellowship/outline-2015
Deadline 01/12/14: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., a leading publisher of art reference, decorative art, and
design books, is calling for images for ‘Art Glass Today 2’. We are looking for beautiful, professional
quality photography of the art glass you have created in any style or works by artists you represent,
as well as interesting, engaging information about you or your artists for potential inclusion in this new
publication. All materials submitted will be reviewed. Those artists chosen will receive a letter of
acceptance listing their pieces that will be featured in the book.
Schiffer Publishing takes pride in these books. For the artists involved, it is like a juried show in
permanent, published form that will be available for years to come and available globally. The book’s
listing of artist contact information and gallery locations are an excellent way to expand an artist’s or
gallery’s patron base.
Unlike most juried shows, submission and inclusion in this book are absolutely FREE! An artist’s only
cost for participation is a little time, creative writing, and professional-level photography. A gallery’s
involvement would be to encourage their artists to participate. Contributing artists are credited on the
page with the photo caption information, the introductory information about themselves, as well as in
the listings providing their contact information and gallery and museum locations where their work is
on exhibit.
In order to help keep the publishing house’s overhead low and avoid charging a submission fee as
some publishers do, Schiffer Publishing does not provide complimentary copies of the book to
contributing artists. However, every participant is offered an initial 40% discount should they wish to
purchase copies of this book or any of our 5200 titles.
Our website has a complete listing of our titles in print. Interested in participating? Contact me for
more information and a submission form. We are extending our submission deadline for all materials
to December 1, 2014 in accommodate more submissions. If you have already submitted materials,
please, do not resend your submission and thank you for your patience. Sincerely, Carey Massimini.
Schiffer Publishing Ltd. 4880 Lower Valley Road, Atglen, PA19310. USA. Tel: 00 1 610 593 1777.
Fax: 00 1 610 593 2002. Email: [email protected] Website: www.schifferbooks.com
Call To Glass Artists - ‘The Art Glass Show’ at Haydock Park Racecourse near Liverpool and
Manchester in the North West of England is devoted entirely to contemporary glass artists. All of the
exhibitors must be the actual maker of the glass being exhibited for sale, or a member of their
immediate family. This is not an exhibition for the secondary market, or for dealers in collectable or
antique glass, it is exclusively for Contemporary Glass Art. Staged by a team with considerable
experience, with space initially for 67 tables priced at just £54.00 a table to make the event affordable
to new glass artists and even students, Sunday October 5th. 2014, followed by Sunday April 19th. 2015
and then Sunday October 4th. 2015. Further details and Booking forms from David Smith,
Email: [email protected] . All stands on first come first allocated basis. Best wishes, David
Smith.
CONFERENCES/MEETINGS/
SYMPOSIUMS & TALKS
‘The Place And The Work’. North Lands Creative Glass 2014 International Conference & Master
Classes. ‘The Place And The Work’ Conference will be held on Saturday 6, Sunday 7 September.
Class sessions run 27 August – 4 September and 9 – 16 September. Making art works in relation to
place is the focus of the North Lands Creative Glass Conference and Master Classes 2014;
acknowledging how artists and their work connect to their surroundings, landscape, architecture,
history and social context. We see more interactive public art, more artists responding to and working
with communities. Artists are making works that respond to weather, nature or urban environments, to
political discourse and social situations. It seems that some artists and public demand less
autonomous disconnected sculpture favouring instead a more connected vision. We ask questions
about what it means to experience remoteness, how this and being in a place away from home affect
an artist’s work. What influences the particularities of a landscape can have and what it means to
collaborate with artists in close proximity, to work intensively with no distractions and to embrace or
reject the surroundings. What can happen when we go beyond our familiar studio environment and
step outside into a bigger picture? What does it mean to be a glass specialist in this place, at this
time? More details for the Classes and Conference programme will be announced shortly.
Grace Macbeath. North Lands Creative Glass. Quatre Bras, Lybster. Caithness KW3 6BN.
Tel: 01593 721 229. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.northlandsglass.com/events/master-classes
04/09/1406/09/14. The British Society Of Scientific Glassblowers 53rd. Annual Symposium. 4th. – 6th.
September 2014. Capital Hotel, Edinburgh. Capital Hotel is close to airport, trains and bus routes
within easy access to city centre. 2014 will be a big year for Scotland with the independence vote and
the Commonwealth Games taking place. In addition it is the year of “Homecoming” where families and
friends reunite in their “home” country, (natural or adopted) to share that special bond and hospitality
that Scotland is so well known for. The B.S.S.G. Symposium is planned to reflect this and opens its
doors to all with a passion for glass. Primarily for scientific glassblowers the event will also include
something for everyone, from artistic flame workers to those looking for the latest in glass working
equipment. Practical demonstrations will be included in the programme. The B.S.S.G. extend a warm
welcome to all and look forward to see you soon. Further details contact: Ian Pearson, B.S.S.G.
Symposium 2014 Chair, “Glendale”, Sinclair Street, Thurso. Caithness. KW14 7AQ. Tel 01847 802
629 (business) & 01847 895 637 (home) Fax. 01847 802 971. Email: [email protected] or
[email protected] . Further details are available on Website: www.bssg.co.uk
15/09/1403/10/14: ‘Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture In The Wild International Sculpture Symposium’.
September 15th. - October 3rd. 2014. Lincoln , Montana. US.
Artists: Steven Siegel (US), Jorn Ronnau (DK), Alan Counihan (IRL), Jaakko Pernu (SF) & Kevin
O'Dwyer (IRL). Lincoln (MT), a community nestled in the Blackfoot Valley of Montana, has been the
center of rich, often times conflicting, social, cultural and environmental values. Mining, logging and
ranching has been the key economic factors that have sustained the community throughout its
history. As the logging and mining industries have subsided over the past 25 years the community
finds itself at a crossroads in both economic and cultural development. Reflecting on its history and
looking towards the future, the community has chosen contemporary art practice to act as both a
creative and economic catalyst. The proposed sculpture symposium will bring internationally
respected symposium artists Steven Siegel, Jorn Ronnau, Jaakko Pernu, Alan Counihan, Brandon
Ballengee and Kevin O’Dwyer on site to engage with it’s landscape, exploring it’s historical,
environmental and industrial history, through contemporary art practice. This engagement will:
Place artists and art at the center of planning, execution and activity.
Provide community engagement through hands-on participation and education thus encouraging
creative expression.
Create a community identity and a “sense of place”.
Promote Lincoln as an “art destination” providing cultural and economic development.
Provide long term opportunities for economic and cultural agencies to invest in the community.
Provide the framework for the development of a vibrant artist community thus improving the quality of
life in rural Montana.
Encourage social, cultural and economic vibrancy in the Blackfoot Valley. Additional information and
updates at Website: www.facebook.com/pages/Sculpture-in-the-Wild/443462522429266
Kevin O'Dwyer, Artistic Director. Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture In The Wild.
Email: [email protected]
15/09/1421/09/14: International Symposium Of Engraved Glass.
The 6th. International Symposium of Engraved Glass will be held in Kamenický Šenov, Czech
Republic from September 15 to September 21, 2014. Tradition of triennal symposiums was
interrupted in 2011 due to uncertain situation of Glass School that has been essential partner of the
symposiums since 1996. Thanks to consolidation of situation at the School and support of town
Kamenický Šenov the 6th. year of the symposium will be again a meeting of glass engravers, artists,
students, experts and enthusiasts. The Association of the Symposium of Engraved Glass decided to
continue in organising the Symposium as a triennal event with connection to other international glass
events. The organising committee also decided to frame the symposium primarily as a workshop
concentrated on engraving work and presentations of smaller community of engravers. More space
for social events and informal meeting of participants, guests, visitors and experts will take a place
during weekend September 20 – 21. 21 engravers will participate in the Symposium this year. 7 from
Czech Republic, 7 from abroad and 7 students from Czech and foreign schools. Working part of the
Symposium will be realised at Glass School workshops. Invited engravers are admitted to bring also
one finished work that will be exhibited together with work executed during the Symposium. Exhibition
will be opened on Saturday 20. Works donated to the Museum will become part of permanent
collection and temporary exhibitions. Along with the exhibition of new works the Museum will present
works of previous Symposiums from Museum´s collection in a special exhibition opened on the same
day. From September 22 to September 24 the Symposium will be followed by optional workshop
School of Jiří Harcuba in Glass Work František in Sázava where new Centre of Glass Art was recently
opened. Ms. Pavlína Čambalová will be a lecturer of the school. On 21 September morning bus
transit of all interested participants and guests will be provided as well as guided Centre tour including
seeing show of I.G.S. works and opening of Jiří Harcuba exhibition. Those who will not participate at
the School of Jiří Harcuba may return to Kamenický Šenov by bus on Sunday 21. Information on
School of Jiří Harcuba at Website: www.cestyskla.cz . Organisers of the Symposium are: Association
of the Symposium of Engraved Glass, Town Kamenický Šenov, Glass Making School in Kamenický
Šenov, Glass Museum of Kamenický Šenov, Czech Glass Society. Jaroslav J. Polanecký, Chairman
of the Association of the Symposium of Engraved Glass. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.engravedglass.cz
‘Radiance And Reflection’. Glass Collections In East Anglia. A series of afternoon talks at the
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Talks take place on Thursdays at 14:00 in the Seminar Room.
18/09/14: ‘Masterpieces in colour and design: Medieval to contemporary stained glass at the Stained
Glass Museum’. Dr. Jasmine Allen, Curator, The Stained Glass Museum, Ely.
25/09/14. ‘From Renaissance Venice to Post-Modern London: Highlights from the glass collection at
the Fitzwilliam’. Dr. Vicky Avery, Keeper of Applied Arts, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
02/10/14. ‘Symbolism, naturalism, and decadence: Art Nouveau glass at the Sainsbury Centre for
Visual Arts’. Prof. Paul Greenhalgh, Director, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich.
09/10/14. ‘A Museum in mind: Glass in the Cecil Higgins Collection’. Tom Perrett, Head of The
Higgins Bedford. Tickets: £6.00 per talk (£5.00 conc.) or £20.00 for whole series. To book
Tel: 01223 332 904 or Email: [email protected]
Website: www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk
10/10/1413/10/14. ‘Glassac14’ is the most recent in a series of international conferences on glass
science in art and conservation. It is to be held at the University of Durham from 10 th. to 13th.
September 2014, with the final day being a visit to York Minster and its famous mediaeval glazing.
The core of the conference is a three day programme of oral presentations (40 of them!) including
contributions from five eminent Keynote Speakers. Full details may be found on the conference
Website: www.glassac14.sgt.org . The major objective of this conference is to promote interaction and
discussion between people from all specialisms within the arena of glass interest. When artists meet
scientists, conservators meet contemporary glass artists, and business executives meet art historians
you can rely on fascinating and creative discussions taking place! The rich variety of topics on offer is
designed to encourage such fertile interactions. To this end we have devised the "ePoster" concept,
replacing the traditional cardboard panels with much more accessible electronic equivalents - full
details are on the web page at Website: www.glassac14.sgt.org/ePosters.htm> . We'd like to invite
you most warmly to come as a delegate to this conference and participate to the full. Early bookings
enjoy discounted fees!"
Australian Association Of Glass Artists Ltd. (Ausglass). Ausglass Conference 2015.
“States Of Illumination” - Light & The Illumination Of Ideas. Press Release.
The 17th. Ausglass Biennial Conference will be held from February 12th. to 15th., 2015 in Adelaide,
South Australia. It will include lectures, discussions, exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations.
Presenters from both Australia and across the world will offer an array of aesthetic, technical and
personal reflections upon contemporary glass.
Adelaide, the state capital has long been a centre of contemporary glass in Australia. Artists and
craftspeople are attracted to the glass studies courses at the University Of South Australia and The
JamFactory Contemporary Craft & Design Centre, located adjacently in the city centre. Adelaide is a
city of more than one million residents nestled between white sand beaches and the Mt. Lofty
Ranges. It has an international airport serviced by many airlines. The conference venue is a short
distance from the Art Gallery Of South Australia, the South Australian Museum, Tandanya Aboriginal
Visual Arts Centre, leading restaurants and public transport hubs. The Adelaide area is highly
regarded for local wines and its proximity to the wineries of the Southern Vales and the Barossa
Valley. It is also the direct gateway to the Flinders Ranges National Park, Uluru [Ayers Rock], Alice
Springs and the outback. With such a diverse landscape & culturally enriched population we look
forward to welcoming Artists, Makers & Craft Practitioners from the global glass community to share
our passion of glass by bridging the gap through creativity. Verity Jasmin Burley, Ausglass President.
Tel: 00 61 4 2688 5027. Email: [email protected] Website: www.ausglass.org.au
COURSES/DEMONSTRATIONS/LECTURES/
MASTERCLASSES & WORKSHOPS.
‘The Place And The Work’. North Lands Creative Glass 2014 International Conference & Master
Classes. ‘The Place And The Work’ Conference will be held on Saturday 6, Sunday 7 September.
Class sessions run 27 August – 4 September and 9 – 16 September. Making art works in relation to
place is the focus of the North Lands Creative Glass Conference and Master Classes 2014;
acknowledging how artists and their work connect to their surroundings, landscape, architecture,
history and social context. We see more interactive public art, more artists responding to and working
with communities. Artists are making works that respond to weather, nature or urban environments, to
political discourse and social situations. It seems that some artists and public demand less
autonomous disconnected sculpture favouring instead a more connected vision. We ask questions
about what it means to experience remoteness, how this and being in a place away from home affect
an artist’s work. What influences the particularities of a landscape can have and what it means to
collaborate with artists in close proximity, to work intensively with no distractions and to embrace or
reject the surroundings. What can happen when we go beyond our familiar studio environment and
step outside into a bigger picture? What does it mean to be a glass specialist in this place, at this
time? More details for the Classes and Conference programme will be announced shortly.
Grace Macbeath. North Lands Creative Glass. Quatre Bras, Lybster. Caithness KW3 6BN.
Tel: 01593 721 229. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.northlandsglass.com/events/master-classes
02/09/1410/09/14. Short Course In Wheel Engraving & Diamond Point – also sandblast and drill).
All levels, at the Escuela Superior del Vidrio at San Ildefonso de La Granja, Segovia, Spain, teaching
in Spanish and English. Tutor: Katharine Coleman M.B.E. Website: www.esvidrio.es
*06/09/14. Glass Workshop. Microwave Glass & Mosaic. Fire glass in your microwave! Recycled
glass workshop for the adventurous, who are not put off by variable results. The participants will be
able to make small individual glass pieces that can be used for embellishment, pendants, etc. The
children will also be able to make a mosaic while the glass ‘cooks’ in the microwave. 10:30-12:00
children over seven (7) years, £10.00 each, 13:00-16:00 adults £25.oo each. Booking is eesential.
Contact Karin Walland on Email: [email protected] Mob: 07709 907 199 or book in at the Hub.
Palace Hub. 28-29 Esplanade. Redcar. GB.
08/09/1414/09/14. “The Perfect Vessel”, under Karl Harron. Marc Leib Art Glass Studio. Morley
(WA) AUS. Tel: 00 61 8 93 75 98 10. Email: [email protected]
Summer/Autumn Courses 2014 At The Glass Hub.
One Day Glassblowing 13 September
Further Lampworking 13 September
Kiln Forming with Sand 13 September
Kiln Carving 14 September
Back to Basics Glassblowing 18 – 19 September
Masterclass: Angela Jarman - Kilncasting 26 – 28 September
Masterclass: Sonja Klingler - Graal 4 - 5 October
Stencils for Glass 4 – 5 October
One Day Glassblowing 11 October
One Day Further Glassblowing 12 October
Controlling Flow 11 – 12 October
Masterclass: Louis Thompson 24 – 26 October
Box Casting 7 November
Introduction to Hot Glass7 November
One Day Further Glassblowing 8 November
Sculptural Slumping 8 – 9 November
Glassblowing Weekend 22 – 23 November
Hot Glass Sculpture 6 – 7 December
Kiln Casting 6 - 7 December
Christmas Baubles 13/14 December
One Day Glassblowing 19 December
For information on any of our courses, our location and accommodation options please visit our
Website: www.theglasshub.co.uk or call us on Tel: 01225 768 888. Email: [email protected]
*Richmond Adult Community College - Parkshot Centre, Parkshot, Richmond, Surrey TW9 2RE. For
full details and booking, go to Website: www.racc.ac.uk
Note New Venue.
Taster Studio Glass - 3D Design Level 1 BTEC Award.
C01122-141501 10:00 - 13:00 | 23/09/2014 | Tue | 1 wk | Fee: £18.00
Stained Glass Traditional and Contemporary for Beginners/ Improvers.
C00827-141501 10:00 - 13:00 | 23/09/2014 | Tue | 12 wks | Fee: £252.00
Studio Glass Intermediate Workshop (tutored)
C00102-141501 14:00 - 17:00 | 25/09/2014 | Thu | 17 wks | Fee: £357.00
C00102-141502 18:30 - 21:30 | 25/09/2014 | Thu | 17 wks | Fee: £357.00
C00102-141503 10:00 - 13:00 | 26/02/2015 | Thu | 16 wks | Fee: £336.00
C00102-141504 14:00 - 17:00 | 26/02/2015 | Thu | 16 wks | Fee: £336.00
Glass - Fusing for Beginners/improvers.
C00106-141501 18:30 - 21:30 | 29/09/2014 | Mon | 4 wks | Fee: £84.00
C00106-141502 13:30 - 16:45 | 08/11/2014 | Sat | 4 wks | Fee: £92.00
Studio Glass - 3D Design BTEC Level 2 Certificate.
C00355-141501 10:00 - 16:00 | 01/10/2014 | Wed | 34 wks | Fee: £1040.00 | Conc: £30
C00355-141502 10:00 - 16:00 | 14/01/2015 | Wed | 20 wks | Fee: £740.00 | Conc: £30
C00355-131402 10:00 - 16:00 | 15/01/2014 | Wed | 20 wks | Fee: £650.00 | Conc: £30
Glass - Slumping for Beginners/improvers.
C00107-141501 18:30 - 21:30 | 03/11/2014 | Mon | 4 wks | Fee: £84.00
C00107-141502 13:30 - 16:45 | 28/02/2015 | Sat | 4 wks | Fee: £92.00
Stained Glass Traditional and Contemporary for Beginners.
C00994-141501 14:00 - 17:00 | 13/01/2015 | Tue | 10 wks | Fee: £210.00
C00994-141502 14:00 - 17:00 | 21/04/2015 | Tue | 10 wks | Fee: £210.00
Stained Glass Traditional and Contemporary for Improvers.
C00992-141501 10:00 - 13:00 | 13/01/2015 | Tue | 10 wks | Fee: £210.00
C00992-141502 10:00 - 13:00 | 21/04/2015 | Tue | 10 wks | Fee: £210.00
Studio Glass - 3D Design Beginners BTEC Level 1 Award.
C00104-141501 18:30 - 21:30 | 25/02/2015 | Wed | 16 wks | Fee: £302.00 | Conc: £25
Taster Studio Glass - 3D Design BTEC Level 2 Certificate.
C01121-141501 10:00 - 10:00 | 24/02/2015 | Wed | 1 wk | Fee: £18.00
Studio Glass - L1 BTEC Award 3D Design Beginners/Improvers.
C00716-141501 18:30 - 21:30 | 03/03/2015 | Tue | 17 wks | Fee: £309.00 | Conc: £20
Su Herbert Email: [email protected]
Courses At Anla Glas, Denmark:
26/09/1430/09/14: Taking a Leap: Grab your powders. Teacher: Cathrine Newell. The course will
be taught in English. Fri. 26-30 September. Price €740.00 inc. materials and lunch. If you want to see
more. Website:
http://www.anlaglas.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=222&Itemid=205&lang=en
03/11/1407/11/14: Deep Slumped Forms: A Perfect Introduction. A Glass Master Class Teacher:
Karl Harron. The course will be taught in English. Mon. 3-7 November or Mon. 10-14 November.
Price: €700.00. inc. materials and lunch. If you want to see more. Website:
http://www.anlaglas.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=220&Itemid=204&lang=en
Venlig Hilsen. Anla Glas A/S. Søren Bredahl, Nørreskov Bakke 107, DK8600 Silkeborg. DK.
Tel: 00 45 86 80 42 88. Websites: www.anlaglas.com & www.anlakeramik.dk
*Kiln Casting Workshops With Fiaz Elson.
10/10/1412/10/14: Workshop 1: Core Casting. Date: 10th-12th Oct 2014. Places limited to 6
students. Cost £380.00, materials and lunch included.
22/10/1424/10/14: Workshop 2: Casting The Vessel. Date: 22nd-24th Oct 2014. Places limited to 6
students. Cost £380.00, materials and lunch included.
The 3 day workshops will be run from Fiaz Elson’s studio in Stroud, Gloucestershire. For more
detailed information please contact Fiaz direct Mob: 07745 573 397. Email: [email protected]
Website: www.fiazelson.com
*25/10/14. 'Glass+: Material Ambition'. The Just Glass Biennial Seminar is dedicated to developing
the skills and profile of British Studio Glass. As in previous years, glass-makers, collectors, students
and indeed anyone with an interest in the creation of studio glass is invited to join Just Glass to hear
some of the country’s most innovative glass artists share their skills and experiences of breaking
boundaries by combining glass with a range of other materials. Hear Sarah Blood talk about her use
of inert gases with glass and mixed media to create her work, and Kirsty Brooks explain digital
manipulation and application of images to her architectural glass. Anna Dickinson will talk about how
she incorporates metal with glass, exploring the use of cast and blown pieces, while Shirley Eccles
will reveal her approach to using found objects in wood, metal or stone with glass. Making works that
explore the power of myth, Emma Woffenden will discuss how she uses a variety of materials
combined with glass to create challenging sculptures and installations. All these artists share a strong
drive to explore and to respond to their environment and true material ambition. Venue: Brockway
Room, Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London. WC1R 4R. Time: 10:30-16:30. Early booking is
essential. Tickets: £25.00 (£22.50 if booked prior to 14 September 2014). For further information and
booking go to Website: www.just-glass.co.uk . Su Herbert, Email: [email protected]
*28/10/1431/10/14: Jeffrey Sarmiento & Kathryn Wightman ‘Graphic Glass’. Patterns and Image in
Glass. 28th. October to 31st. October. 10 students, NZ$720.00 each. Venue: Wanganui (various). This
class has been designed to introduce participants to the possibilities of combining glassmaking and
printmaking. The class will survey a variety of processes suitable for application to kiln and hot glass
processes. The class will include practical demonstrations and exercises as well as tutorials and
discussions. Students will learn basic Photoshop and Illustrator techniques to edit and create images.
Technical aspects covered include direct screenprinting on glass with enamel and powdered glass,
screenprinting a decal (transfer), photo-sensitive sandblast resist and low relief glass imagery.
Outcomes will include the development of a number of samples as well as a layered graphic
composition. This masterclass is a great opportunity to expand your creative path through the
blending of two exciting artistic mediums. No prior experience in printmaking is required, some
experience in glassmaking is desirable although not essential. Contact Kathryn Wightman,
Email: [email protected] or Mob: 00 64 27 652 9319.
03/11/1407/11/14.“Deep Slumped Forms”, under Karl Harron. Anla Glas. Silkeborg. DK.
Tel: 00 45 86 80 42 88. Email: [email protected] Website: www.anlaglas.com
FOR HIRE/FOR SALE/FOR RENT/LOOKING FOR.
*I’d like to sell my Studio including:
1x Kiln 2.5x1.6meter
1x Kiln 1x0.5meter
1x Kiln 0.3x0.3meter
Worktable
Hand Glass saw
Foil cutting press
Lots of Fusing glass and metal foil
Lots and lots of accessories
Show stands
transport boxes
Show lighting
Big customer base
Any offers welcome !
Contact details Email: [email protected] Tel: 0845 486 2222. Website: www.frankneikes.co.uk
Thanx for doing the newsletter for me. Kind Regards, Frank Neikes. Frank Neikes Glass Works.
Launceston, Cornwall. GB.
Kiln For Sale: Kilncare GT 25 Front loading kiln ideal for casing. Interior dimensions - height 480mm,
width 365mm, depth 410mm. 3Phase Max temp 1100’c With IPCO Studio 3000 controller. Pick up
only £1,500.00. Contact Sarah Cable, Email: [email protected] for more details.
*Rachel Elliott is selling her flatbed kiln. It was built in May 2007 and has been in its current location
since September 2008. This kiln has been kept indoors in a dry, ground floor, studio location and is in
excellent working condition. Due to the location of the kiln, it requires dismantling in situ before
removal from the building into collection vehicle.
Kilncare Glass Flatbed Kiln
Model - FK9/270
Controller – IPCO 3300/3
Internal Size w x d x h 2050mm x 1050mm x 265mm
External Size 2450mm x 1600mm x 1240mm
Power 18.5 KW
Supply Voltage Three Phase and Neutral
Maximum Temperature 960c
Price £5,000.00. For further details please contact Rachel directly by Email: [email protected]
or call her on Mob: 07709 499 845. Address: Rachel Elliott Glassworks. Unit 10, Castebrae Business
Centre, 40 Peffer Place, Edinburgh, EH16 4BB. Please also see the manufacturers website for further
details – Website: www.kilncare.co.uk/kilns_glass_fusingandslumping_fkrange.html
*Studio Equipment! Studio Glass Crucible Melting Furnace and two 50kg zircon sillimanite pots (one
is unused). Constructed from high quality high temperature castable refractory backed by insulating
refractory in a steel casing with hydraulic door control mechanism. Powered by a Nu Way multiplex
gas burner (propane or natural gas) with a digital programmable temperature DCP100T controller and
Type R thermocouple. (1200mm w x1220mm d x1700mm h)!!!!!!
Large capacity Electric annealing lehr with electrical safety interlock on door opening, fan assisted for
even heat/cool down / Cal 9500P programmable process controller. Easy open door (1270mm w
x1000mm d x1900mm h)!
Bespoke wall mounted pipe warmer
Casting Kiln with controller
Stainless steel Studio Marver on casters x5 small & x2 medium blowing irons
Pick up irons x 5
Punty irons x 5
x2 gather balls
Glassmakers bench
Foot pedal operated gadget to blow air into pipe and also a hand held air gun to assist with cooling
glass.
Selection of misc workshop tools / gadgets
Several pairs of High Temperature Safety Gloves also goggles / masks etc
Refurbished flat bed (single phase) with bulk containers of various grits
Refurbished linisher with a supply of new replacement belts!
Approx 750kg of K-glass crystal melting glass pillows
Large selection of coloured rods/grits kugler/gaeffer etc!!
£6,000.00 the lot for a quick sale. Deborah Holloway. Email: [email protected]
*Kiln For Sale. Essex Kilns SG2 with annealing chamber. Four trays with fire brick base. New spare
element, handles for hot trays. Platform for adjusting shelf height. Location Yorkshire £400.00 ono.
Transport can be arranged at extra cost. Director, Jonathan & Ruth Cooke Ltd. Stained Glass
Conservation. Tel: 01943 602 521. Mob: 07968 967 490. Email: [email protected]
Websites: www.stainedglassconservation.co.uk & www.jonathancookeglasspainter.com
For Sale: Established Glass Supplies and Studio Business based in Stirling, Central Scotland. The
business has grown significantly since it initially started trading three years ago and currently operates
with a mixed range of income streams including:
1. Glass Supplies Shop selling both fused and stained glass supplies.
2. Glass Studio & Showroom.
3. Tuition delivered via workshops, group classes & private tuition.
4. Hire Services including kiln-hire, bench-hire and studio-hire.
5. Special bespoke services including corporate workshops and team building events, hen parties,
birthday and other special occasion and holiday celebrations.
6. Fused Glass and Stained Glass Commissions - both domestic & commercial.
Supplies and Stock - Comprising large selection of fusible glass, stained glass, glass accessories,
glass paints, tools & equipment.
The Studio is fully equipped, including;
Equipment - 4 x electric kilns, taurus ring saw, grinder, bench drill, light box table and over 60 moulds
together with lots of other smaller essentials and consumables.
Tools - Large range of handheld tools for teaching and other tools and accessories for studio use. All
are of high quality standard.
Fittings - 2 large work benches, full shelving, cabinets, drawers, racking, various seating, tables,
desks and storage. EPOS system and IT equipment.
Fully Functional Website - customers can transact online through the
Website: www.showcaseglass.co.uk and continue to book additional classes together with an on-line
shopping facility.
Social Media Accounts - promotion using Facebook and Twitter social media yields best results from
the large majority of followers who are located within a 30 mile radius of Stirling. Email accounts
including large customer database.
Branding & Identity - instantly recognisable logo and corporate identity.
Operating Premises: The light industrial unit is located within Central Stirling with good connections to
public transport, road and rail services. It is secure, featuring disability access, disabled toilet, fitted
kitchen, with ample free car parking facilities. It has been fitted out to very high standard and the
landlord can provide on a flexible lease basis. Deliveries can be accepted using large lorries and
goods access gained through a roller shutter door.
Utilities - include 3 Phase electricity, telephone line, fast broadband service, shared fire alarm system
and water.
Extra Information: Owing to an unfortunate change in personal circumstances the owner has decided
to offer the business as a going concern. He would be interested to discuss offers to secure the
transfer of the goodwill and extensive customer base. There is plenty of potential for further expansion
and extra income opportunities available to purchaser. For further details please contact Owner, Jon
Piccolo. Mob: 07812 812 812. Email: [email protected]
Showcase Glass, Art and Craft. Unit 7, Imex Business Centre, Craigleith Road, Broadleys Industrial
Park, Stirling. FK7 7WU. Tel: 01786 359 252 Mob: 07812 812 812. Website:
www.showcaseglass.co.uk Email: [email protected] facebook.com/ShowcaseGlass T:
@showcaseglass
Glass Gallery & Shop with a selection of glassware all Handmade in Central Scotland.
Glass Supplies Shop – fused & stained glass, glass accessories, glass paints & resins, tools &
equipment.
Kiln Hire Training Studio Art and Craft Workshops Group Classes and Individual Tuition.
Make your own Jewellery Glass & Jewellery Parties – Hosts Wanted.
Kitchen & Bathroom Splash-backs Corporate Team Building Workshops Commissions Welcomed.
Weddings (Unique Gifts, Stationary, Favours, Hen Parties) Gift Vouchers Available.
At the Broadleys roundabout by the BMW and Mini Showroom (A905) turn into Broadleys Industrial
Park, go straight past all the car showrooms, take the 2nd. exit at roundabout opposite Audi
Showroom, 2nd. left into Imex Business Centre and Showcase Glass is the first unit around the back.
*Hot Glass Studio Equipment For Sale. Due to a change in product design direction we have a
practically brand new glass furnace which is a bespoke furnace (designed by Dartington Glass) and
the capacity for a KZ1 pot. (at present small 50 kg inside)
was £7,000.00 NOW £4,000.00.
Please contact Matthew Persson at Glass ReFORM on Mob: 07870 604 019 or
Email: [email protected] . Glass ReFORM. (Who's Glassworks Ltd.). 6 Mill Road, Barnstaple.
Devon. EX31 1JQ. Tel: 01271 267 110. Website: www.glassreform.co.uk
JOBS.
*Devereux & Huskie Glassworks are looking for an apprentice to join their team based in Wiltshire 2-3
days a week. The successful applicant will have the chance to learn a wide range of glass skills and
assist the team making work for a variety of artists and designers. Basic experience in the hot shop
and cold shop is required but full training will be given. If you are interested and would like further
information please email James Devereux & Katie Huskie on Email: [email protected]
Website: www.devereuxandhuskie.co.uk
NEWS.
Dan Klein Memorial Fund: North Lands Creative Glass expands with new workshop and
accommodation. North Lands Creative Glass, one of the world’s most prestigious centres for the
study and development of glass as an art form is expanding both physically and creatively with
financial support from the Dan Klein Memorial Fund, Wm Grant & Sons Charitable Trust and
Highlands & Islands Partnership Programme. The new workshop and purpose built residential
accommodation at North Lands Creative Glass in Lybster will not only widen the scope of the
techniques taught at the Alastair Pilkington Studio but also develop North Lands’ range of activities.
Our current programme is described in the Website: www.northlandsglass.com . The new workshop,
designed by Michael Roper, Chartered Architect, from East Lothian and local architect, Karlyn
Sutherland, is bright and spacious with natural light providing clean working space for artists to draw,
develop ideas, photograph work and hold seminars, while the new lodge will increase the
accommodation currently provided in the School House which together with the adjacent grounds
were leased from the Highland Council. Now that they have been purchased with the generous
support of Creative Scotland, North Lands can enjoy the long term security needed to improve and
develop the building and land. The capital project stems from a development project funded through
Highland LEADER 2007-2013, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, aimed at building economic,
environmental and creative sustainability for the organisation.
The £60,000 donated to the fund set up in memory of Dan Klein, who along with Robert Maclennan,
the then MP for Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross, instigated the establishment of North Lands
Creative Glass in 1995 contributed to the cost of the new workshop which was officially opened on 4
April by Alan J. Poole, Dan’s Partner. Lord Maclennan recorded his appreciation and that of the Board
of North Lands for all Dan had done for North Lands in establishing it as one of Europe’s principal
centres of excellence in glass making attracting both internationally acclaimed artists as master class
leaders and students from all parts of the world. In recognition of Dan’s great contribution to North
Lands he renamed the School House which accommodates class leaders and artists in residence
“Dan Klein House”. 2016 marks the 20th. anniversary of North Lands’ first Master Class led by Bertil
Vallien, when North Lands plans to mount a retrospective exhibition of works from its significant
Collection of Contemporary Glass, donated by masters and artists in residence over the past twenty
years, in collaboration with Dovecot Studio in Edinburgh. It is also hoped to tour the exhibition to other
venues in the UK and abroad.
The Board of North Lands is deeply grateful to all Dan’s friends, associates and colleagues within the
great glass community, who contributed so generously to his Memorial Fund and feels sure that Dan
would have been happy to see the splendid new work shop and to know that School House now
bears his name. The Board of North Lands is also grateful to the Friends of North Lands for
contributing to the cost of equipping the residence and for their continuing financial support for master
class students who require additional funding to enable them to attend the classes. Further
information is available on the NLCG website on how to become a Friend for anyone who would like
to contribute to the North Lands’ Students’ Fund. Grace MacBeath. North Lands Creative Glass.
Quatre Bras, Lybster. Caithness. KW3 6BN. Tel: 01593 721 229.
Email: [email protected] Website: www.northlandsglass.com
New & Updated Artist Websites & Blogs:
*Fabrizia Bazzo: - www.fabriziabazzo.co.uk
*Frances Federer: - www.ffjewellery.com
*Patricia Foden: - www.babydragonglass.com
*Lynn Foster: - www.lynn-foster.co.uk
*Joanna Hedley Blaylock: - www.joannahedley.com
*Kate Henderson: - www.katehenderson.co.uk
*Matthew Le Breton: - www.lebretontraditional.co.uk
*Michelle Mativi: - www.michellemativiglass.co.uk
*Kira Meyer: - www.kirameyerglass.com
*Rachel Phillips: - www.rachelphillipsglass.com
*Michelle Ryan: - http://iammichelleryan.tumblr.com/
*Mare Saare: - www.maresaare.wordpress.com
*David Stephens: - www.davidstephensglassart.co.uk
New Acquisitions: -
OBITUARY/IN MEMORIAM.
*Bill Weston: 1940-2014. It is with sadness that I have to announce that Glass and Art Collector Bill
Weston died in early August after several years of ill health. A kind and generous man that Family
friends and myself included, will miss very much. He is survived by his Wife Madeleine and his two
Daughters, Flo and Ams.
RESIDENCIES/APPRENTICESHIPS.
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The next edition will be on or near 01/10/14.
Please note that these news letters go out on, or as near as possible to the 1st. of every month,
except January. Information will be accepted for inclusion at any time priory to mailing dates,
but not on the actual day of circulation.
_____________________________________________________________________
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that all information is correct at the time of mailing, you should
always contact either the venue(s) or Artist(s) concerned before attending any event in order to avoid
disappointment, should details, dates and or, Artist participation changed or be amended.
Alan J. Poole and or ‘Dan Klein Associates’ cannot be held responsible
for any changes or cancelations that may occur.
Reproduction of this information in any form is strictly forbidden
without prior permission from Alan J. Poole.
Credit and acknowledgement must always be printed.
© Alan J. Poole. London. GB. 2014.
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