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Stained Glass Door Commission

Internal doors for clients home, one part of a several stage commissioned works.

Inspired by Art Deco & modern geometric patterns and designed around the nine panel oak door. 

A simple strong colour palette and making the most of clear glass in different textures to catch the light.

Festive Greetings from the Studio

On this Christmas Day, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers, clients, students, friends & colleagues a Warm & Merry Christmas.

A big ‘Thank You’ for your custom & support this year & wishing you all the best for 2022.

May the New Year be blessed with Peace, Light & Colour.

‘Festive Greetings’

Bruntnell-Astley Contemporary Glass Exhibition

Bruntnell-Astley presents a ‘Pop-Up’ Gallery of Contemporary glasswork on the 25th till 31st May 2015. 

This exhibition of the finest names in Contemporary Glass will be held in Kingswinford Methodist Church, Kingswinford (near Broadfield House Glass Museum) and will be running alongside the ‘International Festival of Glass Weekend’.

Pop-Up Exhibition Bruntnell Astley

THIS exhibition, organised by Bruntnell-Astley, provides a showcase for a number of glass artists, who, although united by medium, make stylistically diverse work through the use of a range of personal skills and approaches.  The works themselves demonstrate the broad scope of glass forming and decorating techniques and processes, including blowing, kiln-casting, lamp-working, slumping and fusing for shaping the glass, to enamelling, sandblasting and engraving to decorate it.  ‘Editorial from Craft Arts International 2015 ‘

Bruntnell-Astley is based in Stourbridge and is an online glass gallery, featuring a selection of the finest names in contemporary British studio glass.  Click Bruntnell-Astley to visit their website.

‘Liquid Light’ Art Commission

We have just finished an Art Glass wall panel for clients using our ‘Liquid Light’ fusing technique.

The commission started from a series of fabric and wall paper samples that the clients had brought in to show us. Their colour theme was red, gold and beige. We used ruby reds, ambers and clear glass to match their colour palette as close as possible. The ‘Liquid Light’ technique creates a wonderful overlay of colour and several tones are formed when these colours mix.

The panel will be mounted on to a canvas backing using polished brass/gold fittings and will hopefully look fantastic as an Art Glass feature in their private residence.

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