I enjoy working to commission, collaborating with a client to create a gloriously individual piece of glass, and some of my favourite pieces have sprung from this process.
If you have never considered commissioning an artwork before - it's easier than you think. Why settle for a ready-made item, when you yourself could be part of the creative process?
Here are some examples of commissions I have worked on over the years.
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“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”
Kiln formed and engraved sculpture made for the 80th birthday of Mme Eliane de Lencquesaing, owner of Chateau Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande
Pond Life Bowl: kiln formed bowl with engraved dichroic glass details made for a former teacher with happy memories of taking her classes on pond-dipping expeditions.
Mission Hill Trophy for the Best Chardonnay in the World, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2006. Kiln formed and engraved charger.
Sea to Mountain by way of the Plains: kiln formed wall triptych for private clients in memory of their travels
Churches Together: kiln formed and engraved dish made as a retirement gift for a Slad Valley vicar
Abstract Sails: kiln formed wall sculpture for private clients
Whale breaching: Kiln formed sculpture with engraved detail commissioned as a gift for a lady who intended to spend her retirement whale-watching
Gloucester Cathedral West Front: one of six engraved glasses commissioned for the retirement of the Dean of Gloucester Cathedral
Exmoor Window: engraved window for clients who wanted to celebrate the wildlife they saw around their Exmoor farm.