Artist info

I trained at the Central School of Art in London and have worked in glass for several years now.

I have always liked the sculptural effect of glass, and the ability of glass to both reflect and transmit light, so that a finished piece can be either wall mounted like a painting or used, for example, in a window or door in an architectural setting.

Glass fusion combines pieces in a glass kiln at temperatures up to 800 degrees centigrade, predicting and exploiting the effects of the glass as it melts together. This can also involve underpainting the glass with enamels or acrylics and the use of copper and aluminium wire and foil inserts.

 

Contact

+44 (0) 7725 546 589
david@davidgrahamglass.com

Rodhus Studios

16—30 Hollingdean Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 4AA