David Gee Glass

My work

As a beginner, my work in glass is about experimenting, learning, trying out new ideas, and most of all, enjoying the huge satisfaction of making something attractive!  I feel that most of what I've made reflects my amateur status, but there are a few pieces that I'm really proud of.

Overall I do just love the rich, vivid colours and wonderful effects that light on glass produces.  Beauty being in the eye of the beholder, I'd love to hear what you think!

Playing with glass

I was a fairly reluctant participant in an introduction to glassblowing class at London Glassblowing in 2009 but it was a present from my lovely wife so I went along.  To my great surprise I was thouroughly absorbed by every moment of it and returned home with a big smile and full of satisfaction.  I was smitten!  I loved working with the hot glass at such close quarters, how it moves and flows.  I loved the vibrant colours and how even simple pieces of glass transform light.

Feel free to look through these pictures of a sample of my work. Forgive the photography - that's mine too and I've discovered that photographing glass is a specialist art form in itself!  I'll try to get better photos sometime.  If you have any questions, please contact me.


Recent pieces

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Large vase inspired by Hugh Murdoch's "Glen Etive", and a large splash platter, both for the show in the Doubtfire Gallery, Edinburgh.
Please click on to the the next page to see the gallery of photos.