Each hanging Rainbow is individually crafted from fused glass. £2 from the sale of each rainbow will be donated to support local NHS charities. So far over £200 has been used to buy fabric for new scrubs.
A handmade fused glass nativity scene in blue marbled glass with gold accents. This piece features Mary and Joseph with the Baby Jesus under a raised glass stable with the shepherds and kings following the star.
A beautiful handmade tealight holder with a snowy Christmas tree design with dichroic shards for some extra sparkle.
I fell in love with glass several years ago, first as a student, then a teacher and now as an artist myself.
My first encounter with fused glass was on holiday in Cornwall where I discovered the beautiful work of Jo Downs. Then I was fortunate enough to be able to take a workshop with the fab Siobhan Jones.
After teaching glass fusing for five years I began to develop my own range of artwork and gifts with which I hope to produce beautiful and unique pieces that will be treasured by their owners for years to come.
Commissions taken for personalised fused glass pieces for any occasion - new baby, wedding, anniversary, birthday..... If you can think it I can make it!
Family trees are now available. Contact me for details.
Fused Glass in High Wycombe
Personalised gifts in Buckinghamshire
My popular ‘Meadow’ range comes in a variety of colours and styles. Have a look in the gallery to explore the range.
Full fused from beautiful rainbow iridescent streaky blue Glass each piece is unique. Ideal to be placed on a windowsill, or on a shelf with a candle or two behind.
2019 decoration set includes an Angel, Rudolph and Santa. £9 each or £25 for the set.
Every piece is individually handmade and each has it’s own look and personality.
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Where to find me
Current and new work can be found at the Craft Coop shop in the Eden Centre, High Wycombe, and until the end of February at the Wycombe Museum on Priory Road.