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 Heike Brachlow: Equinox II, Romanelli,
Layton, Wrightson & Platt: Hand-Held Bowl
           Heike Brachlow: Equinox II, Romanelli, Layton, Wrightson & Platt: Hand-Held Bowl

 
SEE LONDON GLASSBLOWING GALLERY AT COLLECT 2013

SAATCHI GALLERY


10 - 13 MAY: STAND 9.1


London Glassblowing Gallery is proud to have been selected as one of thirty-two galleries to exhibit at leading international art fair for contemporary objects, COLLECT, in this, its 10th anniversary year.

Established in 1976 by internationally renowned glass artist, Peter Layton, London Glassblowing Gallery aims to bring contemporary glass art to the widest possible audience. Dedicated to seeking out and nurturing new talent, the gallery presents an ever-changing display of museum-quality glass, showcasing work from artists of the highest regard alongside lesser-known artists, tipped for future success.  

The artists selected by London Glassblowing for COLLECT have been chosen for their fresh and challenging approach to this exciting medium. Most have not shown at the fair before. All their work is new.

Peter Layton: Memories IV Detail
Peter Layton: Memories IV Detail
 
In addition to London Glassblowing founder, Peter Layton, featured artists from the London Glassblowing team include:

Louis Thompson - cutting edge glass artist and 2012 winner of the prestigious Jerwood Maker’s prize and Best in Show at the 2012 Glass Biennale - Click here to view his Collect Profile

Anthony Scala - youngest ever Glass Sellers Award Winner in 2005 with a distinctive body of work that reflects his early training as an architectural model maker and fascination in natural repetition - Click here to view his Collect Profile

Layne Rowe - experienced glass artist, whose complex, intricately detailed pieces demonstrate an insatiable desire to explore the medium to the limits - Click here to view his Collect Profile

Jochen Ott - Emerging artist and member of the London Glassblowing team since 2007, whose singular, sculptural objects explore the notions of illusion and perception - Click here to view his Collect Profile

Anthony Scala: Counterpoint
Anthony Scala: Counterpoint
 
Other critically acclaimed artists whose work will be exhibited include Dr. Heike Brachlow, whose stunning balance pieces are guaranteed to intrigue, Catherine Hough, long recognised for her influence and longevity in the British glass scene and Neil Wilkin, whose large-scale mixed media pieces in stone, stainless steel and flame-worked glass will make a striking impression.
 
Louis Thompson: You Reap What You Sow
Louis Thompson: You Reap What You Sow
 
Of particular note will be Memories IV a new freestanding installation by Peter Layton exploring the theme of anti-war and a series of Hand-Held Bowls, combining cast and blown glass, created by Bruno Romanelli in collaboration with Peter Layton and bronze casters, Wrightson & Platt.

For more information on London Glassblowing Gallery and Studio, visit www.londonglassblowing.co.uk
To find out more about Collect and apply for tickets online, please click here

 
Catherine Hough: Interaction
Catherine Hough: Interaction
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