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COLLECT 2022

COLLECT 2022

London Glassblowing is delighted to once again be exhibiting in the online version of COLLECT 2022, the international art fair for contemporary craft and design
For the second year, this 18th edition of COLLECT will again be embracing the virtual world by displaying the exhibition online, on the Artsy platform.
COLLECT is an opportunity for artists to present their best work, making it a staple of any art enthusiast’s annual calendar. This year is no exception, with talented glass makers such as Colin Reid, Katharine Coleman MBE, Sabrina Cant, and of course, Peter Layton, producing stunning pieces for this special exhibition.
In addition to featuring some of the glass sector’s most esteemed heavyweights, the established art show will also provide a platform for rising stars to demonstrate their incredible creativity and skill. This year, we are proud to present Sila Yucel, a promising resident glass maker here at London Glassblowing, alongside Sophie Layton, who joins us for her second year at COLLECT. Both of these artists have created breathtaking work that injects fresh excitement into the exhibition.

The best of contemporary European glass engraving

The best of contemporary European glass engraving

Between them the 23 artists participating in galerieGRAVUR represent some of the most
interesting and the most technically proficient glass engraving that is currently available.
The galerieGRAVUR exhibition pages provide high-resolution imagery and the ability to
zoom in on particular works to study fine detail. All artists are contactable through the
website for queries or comments.

Michael Nathan Glass Engravers Lecture 2021

Michael Nathan Glass Engravers Lecture 2021

Michael had been an avid supporter of Glass Engravers and had worked with Katharine over many years along with a long list of other Glass Engravers. He had supported the Guild of Glass Engravers as well as the Company’s Charity Fund.
The now launched Annual Lecture will honour his memory and will raise funds for the Glass Sellers Charity. This year’s lecture has raised enough to support more that 3 Glass in Society Projects that run nationwide and enables through a Glass related project the ability for children to learn the ‘Wonders of Glass’.