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Collect 2018

the landmark art fair for contemporary objects

featuring

new work from peter layton

resident and guest artists

Collect 2018

22.02.18 - 25.02.18

London Glassblowing is delighted to announce we will be exhibiting at Collect in 2018. Organised by the Crafts Council and taking place at the Saatchi Gallery from the 22nd to the 25th of February, the contemporary art fair presents the very best in craft from galleries and makers in the UK and from abroad. Find tickets at this link.

Saatchi Gallery

Duke of York’s HQ
King’s Road
London
SW3 4RY

Karen Browning

In the mirror I see myself there where I am not, in a unreal, virtual space that opens up behind the surface.” Foucault, Of Other Spaces: Utopias and Heterotopias.

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  • Claude's Perspective
  • Claude's Perspective
  • Black Mirror, White Gold
  • Black Mirror, White Gold
  • Black Mirror, White Gold

Sabrina Cant

“Inspired by celestial bodies and the natural world, I use colour to achieve effects that are subtle, harmonious and occasionally mysterious, exploring my affinity for human’s habitat and space.” 

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  • Another New Day, Sabrina Cant
  • Another New Day, Sabrina Cant
  • Another New Day, Sabrina Cant

James Devereux and Peter Layton

“The planet in a pebble, or perhaps a cloud.”

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  • Cloud, James Devereux and Peter Layton
  • Cloud, James Devereux and Peter Layton
  • Cloud, James Devereux and Peter Layton

Monette Larsen

“I am fascinated by the concept of beauty within nature; what makes something beautiful, what are the characteristics that define it as such?”

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  • Rising Movement, Monette Larsen
  • Rising Movement, Monette Larsen
  • Dawning Transformation, Monette Larsen
  • Dawning Transformation, Monette Larsen

Peter Layton

“It’s a hard rain’s a-gonna fall.” -Bob Dylan

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  • Pyramid, Peter Layton
  • Pyramid, Peter Layton
  • Pyramid, Peter Layton

Jochen Ott

What fascinates me about glass is that it’s really hard, sharp and absolutely unforgiving yet at the same time it is so fragile, gentle and beautiful.

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  • Eudaemonia, Jochen Ott
  • Eudaemonia, Jochen Ott
  • Eudaemonia, Jochen Ott

Tim Rawlinson

Imagination is driven by experience.

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  • Dispersion, Tim Rawlinson
  • Dispersion, Tim Rawlinson
  • Dispersion, Tim Rawlinson

David Reekie

“In 1987, Margaret Thatcher when Prime Minister, stated that there is no such thing as society and then her government proceeded to destroy working communities throughout the United Kingdom. We now live in a world weakened by the lack of strong communities leading to trouble, both here in the UK and abroad.”

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  • A Sense of Community, David Reekie
  • A Sense of Community, David Reekie
  • A Sense of Community, David Reekie

Layne Rowe

“Hot glass is the ultimate medium for speed; it is alive. Its constant demand for attention and quick decision making is thrilling.”

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  • Opuris Basket, Layne Rowe
  • Opuris Basket, Layne Rowe

Anthony Scala

“Glass is an unpredictable entity. The ability to bend and manipulate light is the contribution glass makes to our work.  Even after nearly twenty years in the profession, it still has the capacity to surprise. I personally would not have it any other way. The unexpected is what keeps me making. It’s what keeps us all making”.

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  • Annulum, Anthony Scala
  • Annulum, Anthony Scala
  • Spinnaker, Anthony Scala
  • Spinnaker, Anthony Scala
  • Spinnaker, Anthony Scala

Louis Thompson

Desire – seeing through touch. I enjoy making objects that engage an audience beyond purely the visual, inviting the viewer to inspect the work in a closer and more intimate way.

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  • Desire, Louis Thompson
  • Desire, Louis Thompson
  • Desire, Louis Thompson

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