Treat your senses to the beauty of glass that is both artistic and functional. Glass work comes in all sizes, shapes and colours with dramatic and bold designs of elegant and understated quality. The Mill is home to several exceptional artists working in blown glass.
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Julia Hillyer - Glass
Julia Hillyer is a 2006 graduate of Sheridan College, Oakville. She first discovered glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design, where she also explored the mediums of drawing, painting, jewellery and sculpture.
Andrew Kuntz - Glass
Andrew Kuntz is a renowned Canadian glass artist whose work has been widely praised for its classical grace, contemporary simplicity, and vibrancy of colour.
Tara Marsh - Glass
Tara was born and raised in rural Ontario, instilling in her a love for the outdoors and nature. Her success in the Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Art Fundamentals program encouraged her curiosity in the exploration of a new art form in the Glass Studio. After completing three years in the glass program at Sheridan College in 2004, Tara joined a co-operative studio called Glen Williams Glass.
Carol Nesbitt - Glass
Glass design artist Carol Nesbitt creates original and functional designs, along with one-of-a-kind sculptural pieces.
Her pieces continue to be inspired by nature and the beauty that surrounds us every day.
Andrea Ripley - Glass
Andrea Ripley is a glass artist who is focusing on creating functional work with a creative twist. Colours, patterns and textures fascinate her. She strives to incorporate these elements into her pieces, allowing them to accentuate the clean forms and optic properties of glass.
Doug Scott - Glass
Life is a series of decisions. Anyone of them in isolation is of little or no significance. Attach that decision to a lifetime of others, and the result of any one can become pivotal. It is the effect of the threads pulling on all the other decisions that can mystically (or in current mathematical jargon chaotically) amplify a seemingly insignificant desire into a life-altering event.
Skytree Smith - Glass
Skytree Smith was introduced to glass in 2005 and was immediately taken with its endless possibilities. Having had no formal training, she apprenticed with Doug Scott, and continues to learn her craft by assisting various glass artists, and experimenting with different techniques. Skytree is in awe of the planet she lives on, and this is reflected in much of her work; it's organic and often reflects the four elements.
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