stained glass artist at work

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Location: South East
Settings: Homes, Places of worship, Public buildings
Techniques: Acid etching, Painting / staining
Specialisms: Exhibition work, New commissions

Alisoun Howie’s work can be seen in churches and public buildings. Working in South London, she also designs for private dwellings.

Graduating from Edinburgh College of Art, she gained further experience at Goddard & Gibbs Studios and as Assistant to Lawrence Lee.

Recently she studied sacred geometry at the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts and this interest in geometry often underpins her stained glass designs. Intricately handpainted patterns complete her richly coloured and vibrant work.

Derek Hill Memorial Window 2014
St Columba’s Church, Church Hill, Co Donegal, Ireland. 1.3m x 0.4m
Exhibition panel. 670mm x 670mm
Exhibition panel. 710mm x 530mm
stained glass
Small Pink Flower
Private collection. 320mm x 320mm
Phoenix West Tower Tracery 1991
St George’s Church, Bickley, Kent. Approx. 5m sq
Library window 1992
Wantage Library, Oxfordshire. 1.7m x 0.5m