Now completed in time for my upcoming exhibition at the Ryedale Folk Museum. The glass Boat Setting. This has been in the making for some time now and it is great to have finally completed this work.
Still in production this glass Dolmen is nearly ready for completion…… Not quite there but nearly! Plus an early set up for the new “Boat Setting” that I am currently working on.
A new pair of glass “Menhirs” or standing stones. Set on a found stone from Skara Brae in Orkney. Each of the stones has hand engraved markings and a pressed mark formed when hot. They are hot formed pieces the tallest being approximately 25 cms in height.
Two new glass vase forms made over my last couple of visits to Graham Muir’s studio in the Borders. Now available from Gallery TEN in Edinburgh.
Glass Sentinels in Vitrine #1.
The latest in the Axis Series which is also a new Vitreograph.
During this years Traquair Fair I will be giving glass blowing demonstrations.
One of the last things to come out of the original Glassworks were a series of standing stones made from glass. These are the first in a new series of similar objects which will form the core of a new sculptural group. They are at present not completed.
The first prints from the first engraved and sand blasted plates – all went well – no broken plates!! Very vibrant colours and brilliant paper white.
Most recent attempts at glass blowing – these three sided vase forms will have cut and polished tops when completed.