Jane and Katharine Edwards are sisters who make vibrant colourful fused glass. Their wall pieces, bowls and plates are fired in a kiln to around 800°C and then slumped in another firing in ceramic moulds.

From their respective backgrounds in ceramics and painting, their work combines influences of landscape, memories of travels and painters such as Terry Frost and Howard Hodgkins.

Bowls tend to evolve intuitively into a series of work, some based on reflections within water or emotional responses to colour and particular details observed in nature. Some of their work uses inclusions of foils and copper wire.

The sisters share a studio on a farm in Hertfordshire under huge skies, large fields, an area rich in Roman archaeology and these elements also seep into their work.

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