Feb 2017 Saatchi Gallery

I am extremely excited to announce that my latest work, my stunning large ‘Ice Vugs’ will be going to the Saatchi Gallery as part of the Craft Council’s International Art Fair for Contemporary Objects: COLLECT 2017.

I have visited this inspiring exhibition every year since I began my design studies 10 years ago. Wandering around in absolute awe with my note pad, I could only dream to myself “One day Samantha, perhaps one day!!”

Represented by VESSEL Gallery, I will feature on Stand 2.3 from the 2nd-6th of February and can not thank them enough for selecting my glass for this opportunity to be part of the 13th edition of the COLLECT experience.

Derek 2016 Testimonial

 "I am always rotating my stunning contemporary art work to capture the light around its endless depths of movement. Others admire and I adore this very playful yet calming glass work, thank you Samantha"

Alison 2016 - testimonial

There is a definite buzz having Samantha’s work in our home. It is not a passive ownership, we take immense pride in showing people our growing collection. Knowing we own a unique one off piece of art work is a great feeling and we look forward to continuing this journey….”

May 2016 - Collective VESSEL

VESSEL Gallery in London’s Notting Hill presented some of the finest contemporary British studio art glass being made at the Devereux & Huskie Glassworks, based in Wiltshire. Featuring work from over 17 internationally renowned artists and designers all of whom have an association with this highly acclaimed studio. I was extremely proud to develop my latest large scale pieces and to have been selected for this showcase where I began my relationship with this stunning gallery.

January 2016 - The National Glass Centre

The National Glass Centre collaborate with The Contemporary Glass Society to select glass artist to feature in their showcase program throughout the year. I was thrilled to have been selected for this fantastic opportunity and had a selection of pieces for sale to kick off 2016 inside one of Britain's most prestigious museums for contemporary glass.