Today we meet Traditional Glass for the first time, who join us at Worthing Charmandean next Saturday 17th March. Find out more…
Please introduce yourself and your brand….
My name is David and I am a glass artist who has been working professionally for over 25 years in Stained glass and Illustration, I have in recent years wanted to cross over my skills and have created a new range of products with years of creative development.
How would you describe your style and your creations?
With the use of traditional techniques, I strive to use a cross section of both modern and traditional offering a diverse amount.
What do you enjoy most about your work?
All aspects of my craft I enjoy from initial sketches to the final instillation or sale depending on what I’m working on. Each is just as rewarding as each other and have no preferred aspect.
What can we expect to find on your stall at The Fairy Tale Fair Easter Special in aid of St Barnabas at Worthing Charmandean on Saturday 17th March? And are you looking forward to taking part?
I will be introducing my glassware that includes various hangings and an assortment of decorative glass. Looking forward to being able to talk to people about glass and how it can be used within their homes.
Do you have a best seller?
I have a few products that sell but there are two definite best sellers are the hanging whale and free-standing chickens.
Do you have any plans or ambitions for the future?
To develop my business that is a cottage / lifestyle business with country wide distribution online as well as fairs and events on a regular basis.
Do you have a motto or inspirational quote?
To give pleasure using design, light and colour.
What part of Easter do you enjoy the most?
The fresh smell and growth of flowers and new foliage bringing new colours and life coming through in nature.
How can we find out more about you?
I am a resident craftsman at Amberley Museum, I undertake commissions, courses and restoration of all forms of traditional and modern art glass.