Stained glass gifts at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Hampshire

by | 18th May, 2024 | 0 comments

I have been busy making new stained glass designs for my display and sale at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, near Romsey in Hampshire (4-9 June 2024, 10am-5pm daily). I’ll be exhibiting with the talented makers of the Wessex Guild of Craftsmen once again, so there will be plenty of top quality art and design to see.

On my display table will be lots of fun little sculptures (including new fairy toadstools) – some mounted on wood, some mounted on rocks, plus some standing on their own wire feet, or slithering on their glass bodies, in the case of the glass snails!

There will be a selection of light catchers, including new fish designs, plus wall art featuring swimming koi carp in bright colours, unique wall mirrors, mini wire handbags with glass tags, millefiori flowers in mini wire vases, and beautiful free-standing panels of fish and flowers, plus much more besides.

Whether you are looking for a gift or something to brighten your home, there are pieces at a range of prices to suit all budgets. Each item is individually hand made, so come along and browse everything on display.

The exhibition is located in the membership centre building, just to the left once you pass the entrance kiosk. There is a lovely cafe in the same building so you can enjoy refreshments while you decide what to buy.

Also exhibiting alongside me will be a textile artist, a printmaker, a woodturner, artists using assorted styles and techniques, a jeweller and a willow sculptor.

The exhibition is free to enter once you have paid your garden entry fee. Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is 180 acres of award-winning gardens and an arboretum, so well worth a visit. There is ample free parking.

I’ll be in attendance on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June if you would like to ask any questions about my work or chat through your ideas for a commission.

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is at Ampfield, Nr. Romsey, Hampshire SO51 0QA. Website here.

Looking forward to seeing you!


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