In the Field

Stopped Clock in Stourbridge

Stourbridge Glass Museum is situated within the heart of the Stourbridge Glass Quarter, and although it is only in it’s third year, it hosts a “globally significant collection” whilst paying homage to the industrial heritage of the area.

I am very happy to announce that I now have two pieces on display within the museum and both are available to purchase.

Stood proud on a spalted beech base, ‘Sashiko’ is a deep blue translucent glass panel, carefully and dutifully decorated by small “stiches” of opaque white glass. With a clear link to the Japanese textiles technique of the same name, ‘Sashiko’ is a unique piece that took many hours to create with a steady hand and a lot of patience.

Fitting within my botanical range, ‘Fall’ is a shallow glass dish of golden yellow hues. Featuring fired on real leaves and grasses around the periphery, ‘Fall’ echoes the sensation of the warm autumn sun.

Please contact Stourbridge Glass Museum to purchase either item.

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