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Sabrina Cant

"subtle, harmonious and mysterious..."

meet sabrina cant

Sabrina Cant’s work is inspired by Celestial bodies and the natural world. Using colour to achieve effects that are subtle, harmonious and occasionally mysterious, Sabrina’s affinity with her own habitat and space is often explored in her work. Specific colour combinations are carefully selected and arranged to provoke nostalgia, encouraging an emotional response from the viewer. Her new work incorporates a combination of techniques and skills developed from 15 years experience, with some pieces requiring up to 5 kiln firings. Gold leaf and lustre are increasingly being explored in her current work.


Sabrina Cant was born in Chelmsford, Essex and received her Bachelor of Arts in Ceramics and Glass from Buckinghamshire College, Brunel in 1999. She then proceeded in earning her MA from The Royal College of Art in 2004, when her graduating piece won the Bombay Sapphire New Designers Prize. Sabrina has exhibited internationally through the Bombay Sapphire Prize (2008) in Milan, Italy and the BIGG (Breakthrough Ideas In Global Glass) Exhibition, Ohio, US, in 2009.

In 2009, she was invited to participate in the Bonhams Contemporary Glass auction, where her piece sold to the Dan Klein Glass Collection. Sabrina has featured in the Australian publication Craft Arts, 2013 issue no 88 and various other publications including ‘Past and Present, Peter Layton and London Glassblowing 2012’.

Recently, Sabrina has been selected for two of the most prestigious exhibitions in contemporary glass, The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa 2013 and The Coburg Prize for Contemporary Glass 2014. She was also part of London Glassblowing’s exhibit in Collect at the Saatchi Gallery in 2015 and 2014.


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