Glass panel ‘Strata’ 5 August – 31 October 2019 Artists and designers have long been inspired by the varied and dramatic landscapes of Nordic countries. This new British Museum touring exhibition explores how nature and landscape is at the heart of post-war Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian design and prints. We are delighted to participate… Read more »
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The Walter Scott glass panel trophy ‘On A Clear Day’ 15 June 2019 Congratulations to Robin Robertson who has won the tenth Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction, becoming both the first Scot and the first poet to win the £25,000 Prize in its ten year history. Accepting the Prize for his book The Long… Read more »
15 June 2019 The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction will be announced at the Borders Book Festival in Melrose on Saturday 15 June. Sponsored by the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch, the winning author will receive £25,000 and a commissioned glass panel made by Lindean Mill Glass. The shortlisted authors are; Peter Carey: A… Read more »
We’d like to wish everyone Happy Holidays and look forward to seeing you at Easter, when the studio will be open again. The studio is closed from 22nd December until Easter 2019. Please email us at [email protected] regarding any glass work enquiries.
Our celebration of 40 years of glassmaking at Lindean Mill is coming to an end, however there is still a chance to see some of our early unique work in the gallery, along with our latest glass panels. The studio will be closed from 22nd Dec until Easter 2019. Please email us at [email protected] regarding… Read more »
We’d like to thank all our loyal customers who came to our Sale. The raffle in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust raised £617.00. Thank you! The winners are: A set of Studio wine glasses — Sarah Kettley A set of Optic tall tumblers — Louise Salvesen A set of Optic tumblers… Read more »
In 1974 Glasgow historian John Hume photographed a series of derelict stone corn mill buildings on the banks of Ettrick Water in the Scottish Borders. His images, archived by Historic Environment Scotland show a place in decline – rusting corrugated iron roofs; boarded-up windows; interiors filled with broken furniture and abandoned tools; grounds potholed and overgrown…. Read more »
16 June 2018 The Walter Scott Prize for Historical Fiction will be announced at the Borders Book Festival on Saturday 16 June. Sponsored by the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch, the shortlisted authors for the literary prize, which includes a commissioned glass panel as well as £25,000, are Jennifer Egan, Jane Harris, Paul Lynch, Patrick… Read more »
Photo by Shannon Tofts Gallery TEN in Edinburgh’s west end exhibits contemporary glass and prints and is at the moment showing our glass panels from the BorderLine Series. 5 William Street, Edinburgh EH3 7NG, 07957855426
Our Optic bowl was featured on Stella Tennant’s Christmas shopping list, in the Telegraph Christmas gifts!