to Sarah Luke Glass Artist

It’s not about the object, it’s about form, colour, light and shape.

Therman Staton

Glass Artist and Sculptor


On the Blog

I often wonder if I’m obsessed with glass

I often wonder whether I am obsessed with glass, or simply in love with it. I’m certainly in awe. I can while away hours humouring myself with dreams of my next piece which will usually be a magnificent sculpture of a wave lifting itself from the sea and collapsing...

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I have to admit that I can’t abide clichés and yet I find myself using them when I’m at a loss for words, I cringe into my coffee whilst typing, or indeed uttering a clichéd statement, but there are times when only a cliché will do. Every time someone asks me where I...

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What I Do


Workshops – Adults & Children

At the Leicestershire Craft Centre, No 56 Kibworth and Occasions Tearoom in Syston. Sign up to my newsletter for more information.


Craft Fairs & Exhibitions

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Online Shop

Please take a look at my fused Glassware below. All payments taken by PayPal and I offer FREE postage too.


Commissions for Work

Please contact me to discuss if you have a particular piece you would like making.


Open Studios

As part of the Market Harborough (Leicestershire) Artists Cluster – These are in May annually.


WI Talks & Demonstrations

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121 / 221 Private Sessions

If you have a particular project you want to work on please contact me for details and to book.


Children's Parties / Private Craft Parties

In your own home or a hired hall. Please contact me to discuss.


Brownies, Scouts & Guides Groups

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About Me

Welcome to my website, this is a little bit about me and what glass means to me. I live in a rural Leicestershire village with my 3 granddaughters and 2 cats. I have been experimenting and working with glass since 2014 and I am totally in awe of it as an art medium, the fluidity of fused glass, the attention and concentration it takes to create a finished piece, the role light plays in the energy of a piece.

Two and a half years ago I was devastated to be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Following a major operation I spent nine months recovering. Glass art became my therapy as I sat at my kitchen table day after day, absorbed in what I was doing with no regard for the time, no stopping to eat or drink until I was too tired to continue. At the end of my recovery I knew that I would never give up glass art because it had become part of my everyday life.

When I made the decision to turn what I was doing into a business I travelled the country spending time with Glass Artists I had admired for some time, including Roberta Ayles, Laura Hart and Claire Hall, in order to gain insight into their techniques, and inspiration from their work and experience. Learning from these artists gave me a great foundation to develop my own skills and knowledge, and the confidence to experiment, learning from every piece I made.

When you commission a piece of work, or indeed buy something that has already been produced, you can be sure that you are purchasing a unique piece of glass art, handmade with love and passion for your pleasure and enjoyment.

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