Stained Glass Maker
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By rebelglass, May 9 2019 06:39PM
Really excited to part of the summer programme of events at the Piece Hall in Halifax . This amazing Grade 1 building host a huge array of events from contemporary and classical music concerts to intimate site specific performances, circus spectacle and street theatre. I've taken part in the programme of workshops before and its always such a great experience , with top support from the wonderful team there. Click here for the website
By rebelglass, Jul 16 2018 11:49AM
I was really excited to go to the launch of the Shiny Cowbird Spirirt Company , an independent distillery , they commissioned me to make two shiny cowbirds for them and then chose one to go on the label of their spirits. Such a great project to be involved in and the launch night was really fun.
By rebelglass, Apr 5 2018 10:53AM
I've fallen in love with the little postcard I've made for Saltaire Arts Trail in May 2018. The postcards are on sale for £5 each and all the money raised goes to the Cellar Trust Project, a local mental health project.
By rebelglass, Dec 10 2017 05:04PM
Great time last week at the Piece Hall in Halifax, had 15 people on my workshop and everyone made Xmas Trees . The workshop was only 2 hours long , yet everyone made a practice piece in picture glass and then at least 1 Xmas Tree if not 2 !
By rebelglass, Nov 18 2017 12:31PM
Blown away that I have two pieces of work in 'Glisten and Shine : Glass' This is a small exhibition of contemporary glass at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery running until the 8th April 2018 .
If you fancy chatting to me and some of the other glass artists then come along to 'Meet The Makers' Sun 26th November, 1-3pm
On the same afternoon there will also be a launch of two new exhibitions, 250 Years Of Circus and Cupola A Circus Installation which features the work of the awesome Skinning the Cat. There's going to be popcorn, candyfloss, roving characters and accordian music from one of Chumbawumba!