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RE-GATHER

5 August - 29 August

RE-GATHER

05.08.20 - 29.08.20

Online exhibition & in the gallery on Fridays & Saturdays.

Our annual exhibition, GATHER, fell by the wayside in the wake of the pandemic, which meant that hardly anyone saw it.

It is being resurrected, and we are pleased to announce RE-GATHER, the resurgence of this outstanding show, principally as an online exhibition. It will also be on view in our gallery from Wednesday 5 August to Saturday 29 August by appointment and regularly on Fridays and Saturdays, when our gallery is open to the public.

It features exceptional work by many of the UK’s leading established Glass Artists and some of the most exciting emerging talents.

 

Exhibiting Artists

Anthony Scala . Bruce Marks . Bruno Romanelli . Cathryn Shilling . Colin Reid . Davide Penso . Elliot Walker . Hanne Enemark . Hanne Enemark & Louis Thompson . Jackson Fawkes . James Devereux . Jochen Ott . Karen Browning . Katharine Coleman MBE . Laura McKinley . Layne Rowe .  Louis Thompson . Louis Thompson & Sophie Thomas . Morten Klitgaard . Peter Layton . Richard Jackson . Sally Fawkes . Sarah Wiberley . Tim Rawlinson

Bruno Romanelli

Iro/Hikari I

Iro/Hikari I

Peter Layton

Blue Wedge

Blue Wedge

Tim Rawlinson

Icosphere

Icosphere

Laura McKinley

Imagine X

Imagine X

Colin Reid

Battuto Blue Vessel (R1985)

Battuto Blue Vessel (R1985)

Morten Klitgaard

Voir & Oro

Voir & Oro

Davide Penso

Skinny Parrot Seaweed

Skinny Parrot Seaweed

Louis Thompson and Sophie Thomas

Barnacle Vessels -Broken Ocean

Barnacle Vessels -Broken Ocean

Bruce Marks

Birds

Birds

Cathryn Shilling

Diorama - Glacial Ice

Diorama - Glacial Ice

Sally Fawkes

Eternal Exchange XII

Eternal Exchange XII

Anthony Scala

Nexus

Nexus

Richard Jackson

From Past Memory XV

From Past Memory XV

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