Oxfordshire Artweeks 2021

I am very pleased to announce I am once again taking part in the Oxfordshire Artweeks and I’m opening from Saturday the 15th of May, dates and times are below. I am so excited to be able to show off my new pieces, in which I’m exploring the beauty and fragility of nature in glass.

It is so lovely to finally be able to open up the new studio which has been transformed for workshops and displaying my latest art work. The large, light airy space is perfect! It also offers plenty of room for social distancing during your visit. There are several seating areas situated in our garden where you can relax whilst you wait to enter the studio should we be busy, but sadly this year there will be no refreshments – hopefully things will be back to normal next year.

Opening times for Artweeks are: 15-16 & 20-23 May 10am – 6pm each day

Should you prefer to arrange a private viewing please email me: featheredglass@yahoo.com or call me on 07977460919

Here is a sneak preview of what I’ve been up to recently – a definite floral theme going on this year…..

Published by Feathered Glass by Pip Stacey

I am a glass artists, self taught with the help of a few good books and a handful of amazing artists, Mikyoung Jung, Silvia Levenson, Rudi Gritsch and Karl Harron, to name a few. Go on, have a peek at their work, they all have different ways of working with glass. A good word when working with glass is focus. I so often loose myself when forming ideas for a new piece. Making sample after sample until I can get the feeling attached to my idea into the glass in front of me. This repetitiveness calms my mind, slowly reducing the vast noise of an idea into a simple beautiful note. My long time love of gardening and passion for fabrics are huge influencers of my work. I think you will spot these as you wander through my galleries. My roots are in Lancashire, I ventured to the middle east for several years and have now happily settled with my husband in Oxfordshire. Here I have a studio in Marcham, an expanding village managing to keep a valuable community spirit.

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