Linda Philp

Glass Artist
glass art

Alongside Susan Burton, I work in glass in our new garden studio at Kenswick Manor, Worcestershire making glass art for the home and garden.
I came to glass fusing after retiring from my career in the Civil Service and later in education. Having a love of arts and nature, glass fusing, or kiln-forming, has given me the chance to explore different techniques and reactions in the glass. The transformation of the glass in the kiln is amazing. Mixing a bit of science with creativity holds no bounds in glass fusing!
Most of my work is tack-fused meaning that the glass is fired at a slightly lower temperature in the kiln so each piece retains it's tactile texture.
In addition to working with bright, colourful bullseye glass, I particularly like using the accessory glasses like powder, frit, ribbon and stringers to create pieces of art that are completely unique. I continue to explore translucency and all the ways glass interacts with light.
I am really looking forward to welcoming people to our studio, showcasing our work and sharing our love of all things glass!

Venue address
4 Kenswick Manor
Lower Broadheath
Travelling from Worcester to Martley on B4204, Kenswick Manor is on the left approximately one mile past Lower Broadheath church. Turn left into the grounds, then immediately right and park in the orchard. There is signage to no. 4.
07774 804901
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