Guild of Glass Engravers

The Guild provides an insight into contemporary Glass Engraving. It aims to promote the highest standards of glass engraving.The website contains techniques, a gallery of members engraved glass, where to see it and where to learn to engrave.


    S Burne - Cuboids  

   Exhibition of Engraved Glass 
   Red House Glass Cone, Wordsley, Stourbridge DY8 4AZ
 Sunday 23rd October 2016 - Friday 13th January 2017 
   Mon-Fri   10am – 3pm      Sat & Sun:   11am – 4pm

   The Guild of Glass Engravers will be holding an
   exhibition of engraved glass at the Red House Glass
   Cone in Stourbridge in the run-up to Christmas.

   The exhibition will feature work by members of the
   Stourbridge & Midlands Branch and the South West
   Branch of the Guild.  There will be plenty of lovely
   work on display from some very talented engravers,
   together with a range of smaller items such as Christmas
   decorations.  Most of the work will be for sale.

   The exhibition will also include a retrospective
   display of stipple engraving by the late Doug Burgess. 

 Amanda Lawrence -  Life & Death in Slad Valley


Nature in Art Museum & Art Gallery,Twigworth,
near Gloucester, GL2 9PA, UK

22 November - 18 December 2016
Tues-Sun 10 am-5 pm  
Tel:  01452 731422   e-mail: 


An exhibition of engraved and kiln-formed
glass sculpture, photographs and sounds by
Amanda Lawrence, inspired by five years of
walking, looking and listening in Gloucestershire's
iconic Slad Valley. 

Amanda will be running a two-day beginners’
workshop to accompany the exhibition on
10-11 December.  It’s an introduction to using
glass fusing, enamelling and engraving to make
images inspired by nature.  (More information
and bookings on the Nature in Art website)

Also, Nature in Art are running a ‘meet the artist’
evening event on Friday 25th November at which
Amanda will be giving a short talk about the project. 
It’s free entry, but if possible people should please
call Nature in Art in advance on 01452 731422 so
they have an idea of numbers.

For more details of the exhibition and the project
which inspired it, see: