Welcome

to Sarah Luke Glass Artist

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

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Glass Artist and Sculptor

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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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Inspiration

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

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Workshops – Adults & Children

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

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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.

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Commissions for Work

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

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Open Studios

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

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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.

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Children's Parties / Private Craft Parties

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

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Brownies, Scouts & Guides Groups

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About Me

I live is a lovely Leicestershire village with my three grandchildren and two cats. Life is constantly busy, but every available moment I have you will find me at my desk designing and making, or in my workshop adding the finishing touches to a piece.

I love working with glass. It is a medium with endless possibilities, it is unpredictable, sometimes difficult to control but when it works it is just beautiful.

I have been working with glass for over five years. If you look at my work it is clear to see that I am inspired by nature, the sea, flora, trees, landscapes, and I bring elements of all of these into my work.

I am lucky that I have been able to spend time learning from some inspirational UK glass artists, Claire Hall in Somerset, Laura Hart in Suffolk and Roberta Ayles in Devon. All have passed on different and varied skills that have helped me progress as a glass artist.

My signature pieces are my fairy pictures. Each one is individual, each one has a link to nature. Most of these are now commissions and I am always overjoyed when I get asked to make a fairy picture.

This year I am beginning to discover other materials to work with including silver clay and enamel on copper. The future may involve me exploring ways of combining the different materials to see what can be produced and achieved.

Due to a variety of reasons I have come to art later in life, but in retrospect this is the right time for me, what I do makes me happy, I know I am very lucky to be able to say that. Please have a look at my shop and also my events page to see what I am up to next. And thank you for visiting and reading.

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