To carry out tests and allow us to take photographs of our garden products more effectively we’re building a demonstration area. It’s coming together well.
Thanks to the Arts Council of Wales and Go Wales we’ve been able to attend several courses this year We’ve just finished the last course of this year at Warm Glass. It’s given us lots of new techniques to try out for our panels. The photos above are of two of the new panels before firing.
Here’s a taster photo of our latest garden installation. Three fused glass panels with a palette of blue and blue green were installed in a small Cardiff garden as part of a garden design by Rogerstone Gardens.
Each panel is 250mm x 250mm and are available from £99.00 each.
If you would like something similar in your garden, or maybe inside please Contact Us.
Here is a picture of our latest piece . It is a glass vessel made using the Pate de Verre technique. This involves using crushed glass as a paste to line a mould which is then fired in a kiln. The granules of glass fuse together to form a fine crystalline texture that looks almost like spun sugar.
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We visited Oriel Ty Coch (Red House Gallery) Art Gallery yesterday in Pontcanna, Cardiff. They are featuring our RHS Cardiff Show water feature as part of an exhibition of outside inspired art. Here’s a quick photo of the water feature in place. The water feature measured 750mm high x 250mm wide and is priced at £1199.99 including reservoir, pump etc.
Oriel Ty Coch will also be showing our other glass pieces on a longer term basis including our range of sushi dishes, coasters and more.
Inspired by Spring blossom this sushi dish is made with opalescent green and powder blue glass separated with a stripe of clear glass with fused blue, green and pink confetti glass inclusions. The dish measures 20cm x 20cm and is priced at £75.00
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Here’s a picture of our flowerbed panel exhibited at the Creative Glass Guild in Bristol as part of Bristol South Bank Arts Trail
This small piece measures 13cm x 8cm and can be used just for decoration or as a candle holder or key rest. It’s made with a range of blue translucent glass which has been fired multiple times up to temperatures of 1400 degrees Fahrenheit.
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