Exhibition at the White House Cone Museum of Glass
24th Aug – 9th Sept
20 People (representing the 20 years) have been invited to create an exhibition with Allister at the White House Cone Museum of Glass. These artists and professionals are folk that Allister has been lucky enough to either simply cross paths/ collaborate and or work alongside. In addition Allister will be displaying a series of special pieces from his back catalogue. This event is due to take place in August during the International Festival of Glass.
I am proud to announce that there is a great line up of artists shaping up to show their latest work.
Simon Bruntnell has now been snapping away at my creations for over 15 years. On the back of his recent success at “Collect” in London I have invited Bruntnell Astley to join the celebrations with a pop up exhibition on the first floor of the museum – This will guarantee that a really diverse range of work will be on show.
Line up of Artists joining Allister for his 20 year celebrations
(on the grounds floor of the White House Cone Museum of Glass) and the year of their association with Allister.
- 1997 – Vanessa Cutler – kiln/water jet
- 1998 – Terri Malcolm – kiln worker
- 1999 – E&M Glass – hot glass
- 2000. – Bruntnell Astley – Simon Bruntnell has photographed AM work now for over 15 years.
- 2001 – Malcolm Sier – Stone carver – whom was based in a studio at Himley Hall. AM collaborated on some amazing projects as Malcolm could not resist incorporating glass into his work.
- 2002 – Jonathan Harris – studio glass
- 2003 – Laura Birdsall – hot glass
- 2004 – Lynn baker – hot glass
- 2005 – Simon Eccles – Technician at University of Wolverhampton – Hot glass
- 2006 – Vic Bamforth – hot glass
- 2007 – Darren Weed – hot glass
- 2008 – Helen Millard – Cameo artist –
- 2009 – Jenny Pickford – – jenny’s work will be on the doorstep of the museum
- 2010 – Elliot Walker and the bandits of glass
- 2011 – Steve Piper – Copper Wheel engraver
- 2012 – Max Stewart & University of Wolverhampton –
- 2013 – Mellissa Nicholls – Hot Glass
- 2014 – Nadia Lammas – Kiln worker
- 2015 – David Johnson – Painter
- 2016 – Chloe Winter Taylor – First reflections within her new role as Keeper of Glass on the collection
- 2017 – Hayley Gammon – hot glass