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  • Layne Rowe Dreams - WP
  • Layne Rowe Woven Forms - WP
  • Layne Rowe White Wovens - WP

Refined Elements

Featured Artist: Layne Rowe

3 - 12 May

Dreams, Layne Rowe

Refined Elements

Featured Artist: Layne Rowe

3 - 12 May

White Woven Panicle, Layne Rowe

Refined Elements

Featured Artist: Layne Rowe

3 - 12 May

White Woven Ovoids, Layne Rowe

Refined Elements

03.05.19 - 12.05.19

We are excited to present Refined Elements, a showcase of work by glass artist, Layne Rowe, coinciding with our Spring Open House in the gallery and the studio’s participation in London Craft Week.

Bringing over 25 years of glassmaking experience, inclusive of 16 years working for Peter Layton, Layne has developed a taste for experimental glass art. Playing with the vulnerabilities of the material, in Layne’s own words “some mistakes can create the greatest pieces .”

Layne’s signature style, his obsession with the detail found in nature, is influenced by his love of the natural landscapes and forms on the Devon coastline, the inspiration behind his ‘Woven Forms’. The artist has an appreciation for the preciousness and fragility of glass, which he uses to explore even the finest details.

Join Layne for Live Glassblowing Demonstrations on Saturday 11 May at 11am, 2pm and 4pm, in our studio.

Refined Elements will display a selection of Layne’s most acclaimed work with outstanding detail and precision. Watch “Out Of The Furnance” by Heist Films below to learn more about Layne’s work.

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Woven Forms

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  • Layne Rowe White Wovens   WP
  • Layne Rowe Woven Forms   WP

Layne working the studio

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  • Layne Rowe and Peter Layton   WP
  • layne at the bench

"All my work begins life as an experiment, and some of the mistakes can become the greatest pieces. I enjoy expressing the vulnerability of the material - it's beautiful, precious and fragile. Maybe the glass suits me, and I suit the glass."

Layne Rowe

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