My Story

Hello! My name is Sarah and I’m a self employed glass artist from

Leek in Staffordshire.

I’ve been running my business for over twelve years and I work from

my studio, which is based in my garden at home accompanied

by my dog called Boo.

I graduated in 2000 from the University of Wolverhampton with a

2:1 BA (Hons) in 3D Glass Design. It feels (and is) a very long time ago!

We learned many different glass techniques from stained glass,

casting and glass blowing, but it was kiln forming that I fell in love

with and that’s what I use now in my practice.

I love everything about glass: the huge array of colours and patterns,

the feel of glass and the way light can completely change a piece.

It can be quite an unpredictable material but it keeps you on your toes!

Sometimes the pieces that don’t come out of the kiln exactly as you

planned can spark an idea for something else.

I primarily use Bullseye glass and just love the endless possibilities,

colour combinations and flexibility.
My studio consists of materials such as sheet glass, rods, frits

and metals which are fused together using kiln formed

glass techniques.


All of my work is cut, decorated and finished by hand.

A natural theme runs through my work and my range mainly

consists of suncatchers that are perfect for windows, walls and

even the garden...Birds, Bees, Bunnies and much more besides!

I want my work to bring joy, a burst of colour and to make you smile!

I absolutely love being able to create something unique that you can

treasure in your home and garden for many years to come.

 

I take part in many craft fairs in the area, I am a regular trader at the Sunday Supplement in Leek, Staffordshire (first Sunday of every month) and also the

Treacle Market in Macclesfield, Cheshire (last Sunday of every month).....

but there are many more too!

Please go to the 'Events' tab and keep updated.

If you want to find out more about my practice (and a sneaky look into my studio), then take a gander at the lovely 'Meet the Maker' interview I did with Folksy!