We fuse our different knowledge and experience to make both functional and decorative hand-blown glass items. The beauty of our work lies in this collaborative effort. The movement and fluidity of the material in the making process are essential to the creation of our free blown work and act as a key source of inspiration during the design and development stages.

Professionally we have developed three strands to our practice – a production range, the development of limited edition and installation work and visiting lecturing at a small number of colleges. All are interrelated, and all support each other.

Graeme Hawes
1993 - Royal College of Art - BA (Hons) in 3D Design in ceramics & glass
1995 - Masters Degree

Michaela Grimshaw
BC University College – BA (Hons) in Ceramics with Glass

Graeme and Michaela made an installation “Falling Feather”: four glass feathers suspended from ceiling eyebolts and the lowest feather resting on a plinth, which was selected by the New London Glass Society for “Tracks”, an exhibition of 13 glass artists in the London Underground station, Gloucester Road December 2001 - January 2002. It is currently on display in the gallery ‘Espai Vidre’ in the city centre of Barcelona, running from 16th May - 30th July 2002. 
Work has also been featured in the Guardian weekend supplement, The Sunday Times Style Magazine, Elle Decoration, Intra Magazine, Kitchens Bedrooms and Bathrooms and The Evening Standard.




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