Artist to open new glass workshop in Denham, near Eye
A craftswoman is opening her new glass workshop and studio over the Easter weekend, and welcomes visitors to see the wide range of decorative stained glass, fused glass, and kiln formed bowls and platters.
Sally McSheehy took over a virtually derelict unit at Shingle Hill, Denham, a year ago, and has spent the last year renovating the premises, which now house the studio and workshop, where she produces innovative stained glass of all types, and is also recycling old glass to produce useful and decorative pieces. Repair work includes re-leading panels for customers, and she has also worked on church windows.
Sally has worked at several playschemes, and will be arranging classes at the workshop.
The vision for the future is to use the outside lawn area as an exhibition space where artists can exhibit their own garden sculptures.
This weekend, the studio will be open Friday to Monday, 10am-4pm, and in future by appointment.
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Further information at www.phoenixglassworks.co.uk
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