Glass Landscapes & Jewellery

  • Springtime

Glass landscapes & jewellery from Carmarthenshire


This little patch I call home is a very special place, imbued with a sense of peace and tranquility, filled with plants and wildlife and offering endless inspiration for my work.

My home and studio are tucked away in a secluded valley near Newcastle Emlyn in west Wales. 

Up a tree-lined track you’ll find a small pond, maybe a couple of cats, possibly a black dog.

The studio is watched over by a guardian fir, a tall landscape marker.

The gallery also features a selection of gorgeous work by Aled Jenkins made from reclaimed Welsh slate – clocks, vases, pendants – all incredibly tactile and with a wonderful history. 

Post lockdown, ring me on 01559 371585 to arrange a visit – you will have the gallery to yourself to browse safely at your leisure.

In the meantime, there’s my online shop – I will be adding new pieces regularly – and remember to follow me on Facebook and Instagram to see latest creations and glimpses inside the studio – click on the icons at the top of the page.

All work sold is currently part of the #artistsupportpledge

Set up by the artist Matthew Burrows on Instagram during the first Covid-19 lockdown when shops and galleries closed, each artist/maker taking part pledges to sell work for £200 or less and reinvest 20% back into the creative world. After £1,000 of sales, the artists/makers taking part pledge to buy other artists’ work to a value of £200, so you are supporting a network of generosity and support which is much greater than the sum of its parts. With thanks in advance.

please go to the find me page for a full list of shops and galleries stocking my work – some are establishing Click&Collect services while closed.