My work ranges from small, framed glass hangings to full-scale architectural commissions, which can be incorporated as a unique artwork in your home.
I am happy to work with clients on any scale to produce a bespoke piece of glass which resonates with the individual person and setting. I can use colours and formal elements including landscape features, plants and animals which have a particular significance for people. I also enjoy working with designers and architects to explore the impact that colour and the reflective properties of glass can have on a space.
Mounted in either Copper-Foil for the decorative artworks or lead for the larger commissions, each piece transforms its surroundings as light passes through it, filling rooms with magical light and mysterious reflections.
I can provide example images and designs via e-mail but I am also always happy to welcome clients to my studio in Cornwall, where inspiration awaits. In the studio, surrounded by work in progress and images of past commissions, you will find a wealth of ideas for your own glass feature.
Here are some examples of past commissions.
Commissioned by a customer living in Greece, the brief was to depict both the Greek landscape (this is at the top with the mountains) and Cornwall.
The client chose colours to match a particularly striking pinky quartz floor. She also wanted hedgerow flowers and a hare.
This large oak door depicts the client’s view at Perranporth. A sandblasted sea design was produced in the window above.
This was created for a client living in Marazion and depicts St Michael’s Mount. It is an internal window.