JohnMooreGlassGlass jewellery made through exciting collaborations between glass artists and jewellers.

Originated by the National Glass Centre, Sunderland, this exibition also toured to Studio Fusion Gallery, London. 2018. Details here

image: John Moore, courtesy of the National Glass Centre


In 2018 the National Glass Centre presented a new national exhibition of glass jewellery, made by bringing together four glass artists and eight exciting UK jewellers, including ACJ advisor John Moore and ACJ members Chris Boland and Heather Woof.

Four glass artists specialising in different techniques shared their expertise with eight jewellers who had ten days each to create experimental new work in glass.

This exciting new ‘wearable glass’ was presented alongside the twelve artist’s more established work, allowing the viewer to compare the difference between artist’s work in glass and jewellery.

The exhibition was originated by the National Glass Centre, Liberty Way, Sunderland, see info here

The twelve artists have worked in the following groups:

Hot Glass - James Maskrey
Jeweller - Kate Haywood*
Jeweller - John Moore

Lampwork Glass - Ayako Tani
Jeweller - Chris Boland
Jeweller - Christopher Thompson-Royds

Waterjet & Fusing Glass - Joanne Mitchell
Jeweller - Kaz Robertson
Jeweller - Heather Woof

Casting Glass - Angela Thwaites
Jeweller - Emmeline Hastings
Jeweller - Maud Traon

*Kate Haywood is a ceramist working mainly in porcelain. She was selected for this project as her work has strong connections with jewellery