So often glass art is forming an important link between old and new; modern and ancient architecture, old and new ideas, contemporary and traditional decoration. My latest project is a link between all of these.
The suspended artwork for St Michael’s Church, set within the idyllic surrey village of Betchworth, will complete the newly re-ordered vestry.
Large glazing panels will grace a void between a bespoke oak folding screen, and the majestic roof beams overhead.
The art which is in progress at present focuses on the theme of St Michael. It will reside in the musical hub of the church, adjacent to a beautiful new organ case. The glass art will be complete with its own choir of trumpets, in an etched, polished, semi-abstract, and monochromatic design.