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.



 Alison Kinnaird - Unknown


Guild Fellow, Alison Kinnaird MBE FGE

has been invited to show her installation 'Unknown' in St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh from 1st-15th November, marking Remembrance Week 2018.

This artwork is the artist's response to the present state of conflict in so many parts of the world and the fact that we never seem to learn from the experiences of the past. The work was completed over a three year period and is made up of uniquely engraved soldiers arranged in ranks - though they appear uniform, each is an individual.
Photo: Dominique Remi



National Glass Fair

Sunday 4th November 2018

National Motorcycle Museum, West Midlands, B92 0EJ
10.30 am - 4.00 pm
Admission £5 (accompanied children free)

Featuring up to 90 exhibitors offering fine glass from throughout the ages, including 18th century drinking glasses, Victorian glassware, Art Nouveau and Art Deco glass paperweights and more.

Tel:      07887 762872 
Web:    www.national

Future Fair dates:
The Glass Fair at Knebworth   Sunday 24th February 2019
The National Glass Fair        Sunday 5th May 2019,   Sunday 3rd November 2019

Sally Scott - Retrospective exhibition


The opening of a retrospective exhibition of the work of Sally Scott FGE
at Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU.
22nd January 2019

Exhibition will be on until 2nd February.
Open 11am to 6pm, Monday to Saturday.  Closed Sunday




 War Flowers Touring Art Exhibition

WAR FLOWERS - Touring Art Exhibition
By Raynes Art + Design Ltd 
Ottawa | Toronto | Vimy | Montreal

“I believe people have an ability to find beauty and hope, even amidst the horrors of war. This exhibition examines human nature in wartime through a series of artistic representations, multisensory experiences and portraits of ten Canadians who were involved in the First World War.

Optical crystal sculptures created by Mark Raynes Roberts portray scenes that illustrate different aspects of human nature while scents developed by Alexandra Bachand evoke personal memory.

WAR Flowers is inspired by the pressed flowers picked by George Stephen Cantlie
in the gardens, fields and hedges of war-torn Europe and sent to his baby daughter
in Montreal. I examine these century-old flowers using floriography, a method of communicating emotion through flowers, to tell the story of human nature in the
landscape of war.”  – Viveka Melki, curator

Next showing:  Château Ramezay, Montréal — 24 October 2018 to 31March 2019

WAR FLOWERS | FLEUR D'ARMES has been made possible by the Government
of Canada and by the generosity of private partners.
For scheduled exhibition dates and venues please visit: