Previous commissions


Here are three examples of previous commissions. Additional examples can be see in the portfolio download.

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1. Water design kitchen splashback

Helen had seen a similar panel at one of my exhibitions. We met and discussed the design, matching colours with the existing decoration and fixings, I used an opaque pale grey background to ensure that the tile adhesive was not visible through the glass and incorporated a 'watery edge' into the design. Helen came to view the design to ensure the correct balance of colours was achieved prior to firing the glass in the kiln.


"The splash back is in place and looks magnificent. We all love it and can't stop touching it. Lots of friends have commented on it, and we feel it really finishes the kitchen off beautifully."



2. Chalk stream window mounted hanging

Teresa was keen to hang the glass panel in front of the window so that the sun light shines through the glass.
This was possible using different fixings. The glass panel was fitted into an aluminium strip which was held in place using tension cables fixed to the ceiling and window sill.
Teresa visited the studio just before the panel was fired in the kiln and contributed to the design by adding the final touches such as the millifori (flowers), stringers (wiggly bits) and frits (granules).


"We are delighted with our unique, beautiful, glass panel. Sue helped us to choose colours that would work in our room and with each other. She spent a long time showing us other pieces and talking to us about what we liked so that we felt confident that she knew what we wanted."



3. Triptych leaf design wall art and splash back

With three panels it is possible to be playful with the design. By visually linking them together - in the example shown here the leaves appear to have been blown by the wind across the three panels.


"Having seen some of Sue's work at a craft fair in Winchester we got in touch and she came out to see the kitchen and discuss possibilities; drawing on the colours and shapes of the small Acers outside the kitchen window. She generated ideas, incorporated feedback and accommodated preferences and changes. The design felt like a collaborative effort. Sue delivered what she said she would, when she said she would, at every stage. A good result, from an enjoyable process."



tinklertastic fused glass kitchen splashback


tinklertastic fused glass art panel

Chalk stream

tinklertastic fused glass art panel

Triptych leaf design wall art