Tel: 01749 679967 Email: email@example.com
Gillian is a qualified teacher and has run workshops with a wide range of groups - in particular in schools and with vulnerable adults. Areas have included glasswork, illustration, ceramics and textiles. She also offers day or weekend tuition at her studio (for a maximum of two people) and can organize sessions for larger groups at other venues.
She is experienced at talking about and demonstrating her work and can usually be quite flexible about booking arrangements, please contact her for more details.
Visual Arts Centre
20-21 Church Square, Scunthorpe, DN15 6TB.
First-View Gallery(on the National Trust's Stourhead Estate in the Spread Eagle Courtyard at Stourton Wiltshire)
Shakspeare Glass (near the Brewhouse Theatre, Taunton, Somerset.)
Meet Two Somerset Artists at Work
MAY BANK HOLIDAY 25-27 MAY 2013 11am - 5pm
An Exhibition of Stone Sculpture, Ceramics, & Kiln-Formed Glasswork
2010 - Feature in Somerset Life Magazine February issue.
2009 - "Inspirations in Kiln-formed Glass" published by A & C Black London and St. Martin's Griffin New York.
1992 - "Daisy Pig" by Margaret Robson (Illustrations)
1988 - "Morris Where Are You?" published by Methuen, London and Oxford University Press USA ( Was short listed for Best Books for Babies Award by Parent magazine)
Stonecarving, sculpture and organic stoneware garden ceramics.
Jo Lucksted's work contains religious, mythological and nature inspired themes. Jo works from her studio in Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
Teacher, writer and therapist based in Innishannon County Cork, Ireland.
Web design and consultation services, Shepton Mallet Somerset.
If you would like Gillian to contact you regarding a commission or any other matter, please feel free to use the contact form below.