London Glassblowing is one of Europe’s most prominent studio glass galleries, equally welcoming to collectors, enthusiasts and passers-by who are drawn to the glow of its treasure like vessels. Visitors can not only view pieces from the UK’s finest studio glass artists but can watch them at work in the hotworking studio that lies beyond its white walls.
The gallery is located in Bermondsey Street, a fast growing South East London arts destination, home to the White Cube, Science Gallery, the Fashion & Textile Museum, Eames Fine Art and Vitrine Gallery, a host of independent galleries, artists’ studios and fine restaurants.
62-66 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3UD
Open: Fridays and Saturdays, 11am – 6pm
+44 (0)20 7403 2800
The very best of what we show in our gallery is also presented in our Online Shop and is available to purchase or commission.
Ann is Peter's wife, and oversees the entire business in all its complexity. It is fair to say that much of our success as a gallery and studio over her time here can be attributed to Ann's vision, expertise and attention to detail.
Gena looks after the running of the gallery and ensuring that our events and exhibitions are highly successful in addition to managing our PR. Her keen eye for detail and organisation ensure everything runs like clockwork.
With an encyclopaedic knowledge of the contemporary glass scene and as a glass artist herself, Cathryn's input is key to our gallery strategy decisions and to the curating of our themed exhibitions.
Often the first friendly face you see in the gallery, Sam looks after sales enquiries, and builds and maintains our corporate and hotel partnerships.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Katie manages our marketing, communications and social media. She has a keen eye for the design of our exhibition catalogues and website. She keeps you up to date with What's On at London Glassblowing.
Partner Galleries and Commissions Manager
Louisa looks after the many partner galleries that show Peter's work and any bespoke commissions. Her drive and lively manner have brought several new opportunities to the gallery.
Steve is responsible for dotting the i's and crossing the t's on everything to do with our accounts - a tough ask, but he's up to the challenge! Steve is also a budding glassblower who came to us originally through participating in our glassblowing classes.
Becky helps handle everything from customer enquiries through to the sale and shipping of work, to preparation for our events and exhibitions. If you'd like to come on one of our experience days, Becky will be there to help you secure a place.
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