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£25.00
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Fused glass dish (GAR001)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 130 x 130 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR001

 

Description
A simple square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 130 x 130 mm, with a depth of 40 mm.
This dish is priced at £20.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Fused glass dish (GAR001)

£25.00 This piece is currently out of stock
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 130 x 130 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR001

 

Description
A simple square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 130 x 130 mm, with a depth of 40 mm.
This dish is priced at £20.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£45.00
This piece is currently out of stock

Fused glass dish (GAR002)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 180 x 180 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR002

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 180 x 180 mm, with a depth of 60 mm.
This dish is priced at £40.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

Display more >>


Fused glass dish (GAR002)

£45.00 This piece is currently out of stock
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 180 x 180 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR002

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 180 x 180 mm, with a depth of 60 mm.
This dish is priced at £40.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£105.00
Including UK shipping.
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Fused glass bowl (GAR013)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR013

 

Description
A beautiful round bowl, produced from two flat pieces of glass with layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The bowl measures 300 x 300 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This bowl is priced at £95.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
This piece has been sold and we are awaiting new stock.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

Display more >>


Fused glass bowl (GAR013)

£105.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR013

 

Description
A beautiful round bowl, produced from two flat pieces of glass with layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The bowl measures 300 x 300 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This bowl is priced at £95.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
This piece has been sold and we are awaiting new stock.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£120.00
Including UK shipping.
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Fused glass dish (GAR012)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 mm diameter
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR012

 

Description
A beautiful round dish, produced from two flat pieces of glass with three strips of glass and layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Viridis' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection and the 'Java' collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Viridis' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep charcoal colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 300 mm in diameter, with a depth of 80 mm.
This dish is priced at £110.00 plus £10.00 UK postage & packaging.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

Display more >>


Fused glass dish (GAR012)

£120.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 mm diameter
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR012

 

Description
A beautiful round dish, produced from two flat pieces of glass with three strips of glass and layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Viridis' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection and the 'Java' collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Viridis' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep charcoal colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 300 mm in diameter, with a depth of 80 mm.
This dish is priced at £110.00 plus £10.00 UK postage & packaging.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£80.00
Including UK shipping.
Add to shopping cart

Fused glass dish (GAR014)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 235 x 235 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR014

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two flat pieces of glass with two strips of glass and layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Delta' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection and the 'Java' collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Interactions' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of olive green and a deep blue colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 235 x 235 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This dish is priced at £70.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

Display more >>


Fused glass dish (GAR014)

£80.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 235 x 235 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR014

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two flat pieces of glass with two strips of glass and layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Delta' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection and the 'Java' collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Interactions' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of olive green and a deep blue colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 235 x 235 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This dish is priced at £70.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


Display more >>


£25.00
including UK shipping
Add to shopping cart

Pair of fused glass coasters (GAR003)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused glass
Size: 100 x 100 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR003

 

Description
A pair square coasters, each one is produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. The edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
The coasters are from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that they will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
Each coaster measures 130 x 130 mm, and are supplied in a white lidded gift box.
The coasters are priced at £20.00 plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

Display more >>


Pair of fused glass coasters (GAR003)

£25.00 including UK shipping
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused glass
Size: 100 x 100 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR003

 

Description
A pair square coasters, each one is produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. The edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
The coasters are from the 'Java' collection, the colour palette used means that they will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Java' uses bright and fresh green tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
Each coaster measures 130 x 130 mm, and are supplied in a white lidded gift box.
The coasters are priced at £20.00 plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


Display more >>


£25.00
Including UK shipping.
Add to shopping cart

Fused glass dish (GAR004)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 130 x 130 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR004

 

Description
A simple square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses rich purple tones, with a subtle hint of white and a sparkle of turquoise to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 130 x 130 mm, with a depth of 40 mm.
This dish is priced at £20.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

Display more >>


Fused glass dish (GAR004)

£25.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 130 x 130 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR004

 

Description
A simple square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses rich purple tones, with a subtle hint of white and a sparkle of turquoise to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 130 x 130 mm, with a depth of 40 mm.
This dish is priced at £20.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


Display more >>


£45.00
Including UK shipping.
Add to shopping cart

Fused glass dish (GAR005)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 180 x 180 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR005

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses rich purple tones, with a subtle hint of white and a sparkle of turquoise to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 180 x 180 mm, with a depth of 60 mm.
This dish is priced at £40.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Fused glass dish (GAR005)

£45.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 180 x 180 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR005

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses rich purple tones, with a subtle hint of white and a sparkle of turquoise to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 180 x 180 mm, with a depth of 60 mm.
This dish is priced at £40.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£105.00
Including UK shipping.
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Fused glass bowl (GAR007)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR007

 

Description
A beautiful round bowl, produced from two flat pieces of glass with layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses bright and fresh purple tones, with a sparkle of white and a turquoise to add highlights and depth.
The bowl measures 300 x 300 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This bowl is priced at £95.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
This piece has been sold and we are awaiting new stock.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Fused glass bowl (GAR007)

£105.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR007

 

Description
A beautiful round bowl, produced from two flat pieces of glass with layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses bright and fresh purple tones, with a sparkle of white and a turquoise to add highlights and depth.
The bowl measures 300 x 300 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This bowl is priced at £95.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
This piece has been sold and we are awaiting new stock.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£25.00
Including UK shipping.
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Pair of fused glass coasters (GAR006)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused glass
Size: 100 x 100 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR006

 

Description
A pair square coasters, each one is produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. The edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
The coasters are from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that they will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses bright and fresh turquoise blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
Each coaster measures 130 x 130 mm, and are supplied in a white lidded gift box.
The coasters are priced at £20.00 plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Pair of fused glass coasters (GAR006)

£25.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused glass
Size: 100 x 100 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR006

 

Description
A pair square coasters, each one is produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. The edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
The coasters are from the 'Aurora' collection, the colour palette used means that they will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Aurora' uses bright and fresh turquoise blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
Each coaster measures 130 x 130 mm, and are supplied in a white lidded gift box.
The coasters are priced at £20.00 plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£45.00
Including UK shipping
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Fused glass dish (GAR008)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 180 x 180 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR008

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Shoreline' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Shoreline' uses bright and fresh blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 180 x 180 mm, with a depth of 60 mm.
This dish is priced at £40.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Fused glass dish (GAR008)

£45.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 180 x 180 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR008

 

Description
A beautiful square dish, produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Shoreline' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Shoreline' uses bright and fresh blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 180 x 180 mm, with a depth of 60 mm.
This dish is priced at £40.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£105.00
Including UK shipping.
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Fused glass bowl (GAR010)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR010

 

Description
A beautiful round bowl, produced from two flat pieces of glass with layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Shoreline' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Shoreline' uses bright and fresh turquoise blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep royal blue colour to add highlights and depth.
The bowl measures 300 x 300 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This bowl is priced at £95.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
This piece has been sold and we are awaiting new stock.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Fused glass bowl (GAR010)

£105.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 x 300 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR010

 

Description
A beautiful round bowl, produced from two flat pieces of glass with layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Shoreline' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Shoreline' uses bright and fresh turquoise blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep royal blue colour to add highlights and depth.
The bowl measures 300 x 300 mm, with a depth of 70 mm.
This bowl is priced at £95.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
This piece has been sold and we are awaiting new stock.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£25.00
Including UK shipping
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Pair of fused glass coasters (GAR009)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused glass
Size: 100 x 100 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR009

 

Description
A pair square coasters, each one is produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. The edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
The coasters are from the 'Shoreline' collection, the colour palette used means that they will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Shoreline' uses bright and fresh blue and sandy-pink tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
Each coaster measures 130 x 130 mm, and are supplied in a white lidded gift box.
The coasters are priced at £20.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Pair of fused glass coasters (GAR009)

£25.00 Including UK shipping
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused glass
Size: 100 x 100 mm
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR009

 

Description
A pair square coasters, each one is produced from two pieces of glass with a layer of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. The edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
The coasters are from the 'Shoreline' collection, the colour palette used means that they will match with other dishes and coasters from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Shoreline' uses bright and fresh blue and sandy-pink tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep plum colour to add highlights and depth.
Each coaster measures 130 x 130 mm, and are supplied in a white lidded gift box.
The coasters are priced at £20.00, plus £5.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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£120.00
Including UK shipping.
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Fused glass dish (GAR011)

Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 mm diameter
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR011

 

Description
A beautiful round dish, produced from two flat pieces of glass with three strips of glass and layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Interactions' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Interactions' uses bright and fresh turquoise blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep royal blue colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 300 mm in diameter, with a depth of 80 mm.
This dish is priced at £110.00 plus £10.00 UK postage & packaging.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.

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Fused glass dish (GAR011)

£120.00 Including UK shipping.
Artist: Gregg Anston-Race
Medium: Fused & slumped glass
Size: 300 mm diameter
Style: Contemporary
Item number: GAR011

 

Description
A beautiful round dish, produced from two flat pieces of glass with three strips of glass and layers of coloured glass powder between them all fused together in the kiln. A further firing over a ceramic form gives the dish its final shape, the edges are then polished smooth with a diamond tipped tool.
Producing pieces by hand in this way ensures each one is unique in design, no two pieces are ever exactly alike.
This dish is from the 'Interactions' collection, the colour palette used means that it will match with other dishes from this collection whilst each individual piece is unique in design.
'Interactions' uses bright and fresh turquoise blue tones, with a subtle hint of white and a deep royal blue colour to add highlights and depth.
The dish measures 300 mm in diameter, with a depth of 80 mm.
This dish is priced at £110.00 plus £10.00 UK postage & packaging.
About the artist

Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border. 

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. He now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike.


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Gregg produces a range of fabulous kiln-formed fused and slumped glass in his 'Creative Fusion' studio on the Devon/Cornwall border.

Born in Truro, Gregg has always lived in Cornwall and draws on the rugged coast, moors and landscape along with the mining history of the area to fuel his artistic inspiration.

Originally working with coloured glass, he went on to use mineral foils in the glass. This work was greatly influenced by the colours and effects he found in the deposits of metal ores in the old mine workings he had explored as a child, he stayed working in mineral foils until he felt he had developed this medium as far as it could go.

Feeling the need to stretch himself and to take his work on to a higher level, to create more flowing and organic lines in the work and develop new textures, more creative techniques and exciting colours. he now works mostly with coloured glass powder, producing vibrant and organic works of art.

Through experimentation, Gregg has been able to develop techniques for working with glass powders that are unique to his work, which creates an unusual textured look in the glass, a process that requires a very long time in the kiln. The end results of this process allows the work to take on its organic forms.

Each piece is produced individually by hand ensuring no two are ever exactly alike. 

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