Brighton Rd Baptist Church, Horsham – two-storey feature window: large panels of silkscreened glass enamels and toughened. Dedicated by the President of the World Baptist Alliance
Chertsey Hospital – sculptural wall feature: glass hot formed, bevelled, glass enamelled, front lit and entrance door. Hospital wing opened by HRH Prince Edward
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Jane Campbell Fellow
Jane Campbell is an established contemporary architectural glass artist and has dynamic large-scale glass artworks and stained glass installed in many public, corporate, ecclesiastical and secular buildings. Working with glass, light and colour has always had a strong fascination for this architectural glass artist. She is a Churchill Fellow, Prince of Wales Craft Scholar, Court Assistant of The Worshipful Company of Glaziers, member of the Glaziers Trust and the BSMGP’s Artists General Benevolent Institution Fundraising Steward.
Working on all scales, she has created series of windows spanning building facades and large toughened and laminated glass panels that extend across building elevations as well as on smaller commissions. Glass techniques are used in combinations of large-scale glass enamelling, screen printing, bevelling, fusing, bonding, handblown glass, moulding, painting and staining, sandblasting, acid etching and contemporary stained glass for feature windows, sculptural features, installations and entrances.
Jane Campbell always stresses that collaboration and discussion with clients and architects are very important to create the most meaningful creative design whether conveying a symbolic message or theme, figurative or purely abstract.
- Keswick Conference Centre: partition between reception and office. Fused glass laminated panels – symbolic design
- Winwick West Window: contemporary stained glass window. Dedicated by the Bishop of Brixworth
- Bedford Church Centre Foyer: glass sculpture – moulded glass, glass enamelled, sandblasted and front lit. Dedicated by the Bishop of Bedford
- Shakespeare Globe Exhibition Centre, London: internal panels – etched handblown glass, laminated and silvered.
- St Lukes Church, Watford: series of windows and large central cross – silkscreened enamelled and toughened glass.
- Lightwater Church: entrance doors – sandblasted and acid etched
- High Cross Church, Somerford: sanctuary windows – silkscreened and glass enamelled
- Reigate First School: foyer entrance – silkscreened, glass enamelled, painted and laminated
- Shillington Church: ‘Celebration of bellringing’ contemporary stained glass window
- Tunbridge Wells Theatre and Arts Centre: partition with integral door and entrance door – glass enamelled and toughened
- Churches Media Council Glass Trophies: waterjet cut, sandblasted, acid etched with platinum detailing, and presentation awards