Niki Guy
Shropshire based Niki Guy is inspired by the jewel-like qualities of sea tumbled glass washed up on the shore and the way the harsh edges of the broken glass gradually take on a smooth pebble-like quality over time. The glass she collects from seashores and riverbanks can be very old, and she delights in turning something that has ceased to be of use into something lasting and beautiful.

Amanda Anderson

Amanda Anderson is a West Midlands based artist who originally studied Fine Art at Liverpool John Moore’s University.

“My mosaics aim to have a vibrant and lyrical quality. I use birds and other creatures to convey narratives that explore themes of family, love and relationships. I use ceramic pieces, stained glass and millefiori in vivid colours to represent feathers, scales and fur.”.

Mollie Meager

Glass Art

Mollie Meager, stained glass artist from The Forest Of Dean creates both small pieces and larger commissions. As well as working with glass, Mollie designs ceramics. Mollie has worked as an architectural stained glass artist on commissions in the public and private sector for the past 20 years. In blue-ginger you can see a selection of her glass art, many depicting beautiful faces and figures etched into the stained glass. She also decorates unique pieces of pottery in collaborative work with Forest of Dean potter Victor Hugo.

Rowan McOnegal
Glass Hangings & Glass Panels
Trained as a painter, Rowan uses painting and sandblasting in her unique handmade stained glass commissions and panels, which are often inspired by a dialogue with nature. She also loves to work with clients to make special pieces that reflect their own lives, incorporating their personal iconography in her own distinctive style. She hopes that her work nurtures the contemplative spirit, enriches peoples' environments and encourages creative expression - in domestic, public or sacred spaces. She also teaches practical herbal making courses, using the skills and experience gained whilst working as a medical herbalist for 20 years. She hopes that this will promote our native traditional of herbal medicine and the concomitant valuing of our environment, building peoples' confidence and knowledge to work in harmony with plants and the world around us.

Tamsin Abbott

Tamsin's inspiration comes from her interest in medieval literature and our ancient connections to the British landscape. Her magical etched glass pieces depict the natural world around her in the Herefordshire countryside.