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.


 Geoff Thwaites FGE

Glorious Glass exhibition
Bucks County Museum, Church Street, Aylesbury
Tuesday to Saturday until the 23rd March

Celebrating 20 years of the Contemporary Glass Society. Work by Guild Fellow, Geoff Thwaites, is included.


 Dominic Fonde -  Homecoming

Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Japan
23rd February to 24th March 2019

Guild member Dominic Fonde will be participating in an exhibition at the Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Japan
The exhibition is on the theme of Kisei and Dominic has engraved a short story titled ‘Homecoming’


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

Click here to see more details:

 Viv Marshall - It's a bind
Viv Marshall AFGE - Dorset Centre for the Creative Arts

Viv Marshall, will be teaching at Dorset Centre for the Creative Arts, Poundbury, Dorset
1st March - 29th March 2019 every Friday 
10.00 am - 1.00pm
Cost £140 for all 5 sessions

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Robert Page  - Durlston Country Park, Swanage

Guild Chairman, Robert Page, together with Viv Marshall, will be teaching at Durlston Country Park, Near Swanage on 11th May 2019, 23rd June 2019 and the 13th July 2019:
This will be a 90 minute session for beginners starting at 11:00am, Cost £10 per session




 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

Now 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: