Brusselton Incline in May


This glass curve art was inspired by Brusselton Incline in May when the distant fields are blooming with bright yellow rapeseed. Glass artist Judith Gill of Stockton has made this gently curving glass with clever firing techniques to create the landscape colours and tactile sleeper stone blocks and then gently slumped the glass in the kiln to create a curve. Place it in a window to see the sunlight catch the colours or place a tea light behind it and bring the scene to life. (If using a tea light place it on a stable hard surface to avoid damaging any surfaces or use a battery operated tea light instead). Like all of our bespoke products, the glass curve comes with a certificate explaining how it was inspired by railway history.

The glass curve measures 9 x 9 cm.

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We are proud to support artists who live and work along the line of the Stockton & Darlington Railway. Judith lives in Stockton and specialises in art made from glass. In addition to studying textile design at Huddersfield, Judith also trained at the renowned Sunderland glass centre. Her glassware has been exhibited at the V&A and she is a member of Cohesion Glass Group, Digital City, Redcar and Cleveland Creative Hub, Contemporary Glass Society, AXIS and the Northern branch of the Guild of Glass Engravers.


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