GLASSHAUS XII is Pardon Mill’s latest art exhibition with some pieces earning world wide recognition.
The exhibition at The Gallery includes spectacular glass works, ranging from £21 to more than £17,000 with many unusual and decorative exhibits as well as more practical expressions based on a theme.
The GlassHaus XII show is in its eighth year and is running at The Gallery, Pardon Mill, until October 29 from 10 am to 5 pm.
Glasshaus XII is curated by Roger Lee and Sally Anderson, who are now retired ceramists, with Sally having been at the Mill since1968. Pardon Mill is a beautiful converted mill next to the river surrounded by animals and vintage barges. There are 30 art studios with artists showcasing events and running workshops and classes with one-to-one tuition available.
The exhibition features Pardon’s Mill’s several glass artists and Royal College of Art lecturer and Harlow resident Heike Brachlow who has just won the Glass Sellers prize at the British Glass Biennalei. She is collecting the award from London’s Lord Mayor at the Mansion House soon.
Other exhibitors at The Gallery include Jon Lewis who produces blown glass works as well as stained and well-cast items. Karen Murphy who experiments with colour mediums and James Lethbridge a newly appointed associate of Pardon Mill well known for his unique chandeliers.