I've been working with the Earth Sciences Department at Durham University to make new discoveries in the intersection between glass and volcanology. It's a new and fascinating area for me and an unexpected but exciting direction for my glass art research. More to follow but here is an image from a research presentation by Earth Scientists Lucy Jackson in collaboration with Fabian Wadsworth and myself through Durham University.
Contemporary Glass Society: “CGS at 25: Past, Present, the Future.” Exhibition at the Stourbridge Glass Museum – 23rd July to 30th October 2022 What a spectacular year 2022 is for the Contemporary Glass Society! From humble beginnings 25 years ago, it has developed over the years into a thriving and proactive society supporting a membership of over 1,100 British and international contemporary glass artists. To celebrate our quarter century representing and promoting contempo
I'm thrilled to have received a prize of Honourable Mention for my piece 'Deconstructed Being IV' at the Kanazawa glass prize in Japan. The artwork will be on show in Kanazawa and Notojima from October 2022 to January 2023. https://design-ishikawa.jp/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/glass2022_boshu_e_g.pdf