Stephen Lindars & Léona Lindars work in partnership as Slyglass, designing and producing a unique style of modern studio glass. Each piece is conceived, made and finished entirely by them. This ensures a very high quality and a desirable exclusivity.
Central to their artwork is a collection of blown and hand formed glass bottles, bowls and vases.
One of Britain’s highly recognised hot glassblowers, renown for high quality work, skilfully made forms, with the highest attention to detail and innovative colour work and surface treatments. His designs offer a fresh and tactile approach. Martin has been producing hand blown glass over 15 years. His work has been exhibited at international level and in noted exhibitions in Germany, Holland, Scandinavia, Canada and the USA, alongside many exhibitions at home in the UK. He has also worked on commissions for hotels, architectural projects, film and television companies, corporate awards and restoration work. Martin supplies galleries throughout the UK and internationally.Each piece is made by hand and signed by Martin. His work is often inspired by the earth’s natural forms and architecture, geometric patterns, movement and power. Most recently, he was stimulated to produce a new body of work from a fascinating trip to Borneo.
Glass artist Phil Atrill produces a range of work including sculptural pieces, one-off vessels and production items. His modern designs coupled with his colourful palette have produced some wonderfully unique designs popular throughout the UK
Julie Langan Glass is an inspirational contemporary design studio who specialise in the creation of unique and innovative pieces of glass art. The pieces usually in the form of panels can be integrated into both interior and exterior architectural spaces or simply displayed as individual pieces of art.
Now with over 10 years experience within the industry Julie Langan Glass have built up a reputation for quality, innovation and individuality. Pieces can be seen in many prestigious homes, offices and collections both here in the UK and internationally.
Kinki Glass is located in rural Shropshire within the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge Gorge. This is a family owned British company run by glass artist and designer Nikki Williams.
At the heart of Kinki Glass lies the ethos of designing and creating beautiful contemporary pieces by combining elegant, dynamic form with vibrant, intense colour. All pieces are made by hand using traditional hot glass techniques.
Advanced, contemporary design combined with the raw Cornish landscape has inspired Internationally renowned glass designer Frank Niekes’ work for the last 20 years.
Frank continues to push the boundaries of glass design and production from his workshop on the North Cornish Coast, constantly developing and experimenting with shape, space and vibrant colour.
The Harrison Lord Gallery carries an extensive range of unique and designer glassware to suit all tastes and budgets. The list below highlights some of the main brands we carry in the gallery but is not exclusive.
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Genevieve Thompson is a glass artist based in Halifax, West Yorkshire, where she lives with her partner and two small children. Gen launched her business full-time just over a year ago, after working towards a career change from IT processing, to live her dream of making a living by creating beautiful artefacts in glass. She began working in glass as a hobby after joining a number of evening classes, starting with mosaics, then learning about glass fusing and stained glass techniques. Her passion for the craft grew and grew – and she progressed to selling her work at craft fairs, until it became clear to her that this was the path she needed to follow. Gen wrote a resignation letter in a sealed envelope, then worked on building up her glass enterprise in her spare time – until 12 months to the day, she handed in that letter. She now has a thriving business, creating artworks in her beloved glass. Her favourite medium is fused glass - a technique which involves heating up different textured and coloured pieces of glass in a kiln until they ‘melt’ together to create pictures or design – but she also works in stained glass and mosaic and runs courses from her workshop in Swires Road, Halifax.