Wendy is a member of the Stourbridge and Midlands branch of the Guild of Glass Engravers. On Saturday 24th August she was a steward at the Guild of Glass Engravers International Exhibition in Holy Trinity Church, Amblecote, Stourbridge. This image shows an engraving by Sally Scott at the Catholic National Shrine of our Lady, Walsingham. Sally's career in glass started with private commissions, moving on to working with interior designs and doing large-scale commissions in hotels. In 1986 she attended a glass architecture conference at the Royal College of Art and this proved to be a turning point in her career.
Her granddaughter, Lily Guy-Vogel, wanted to see Sally's many architectural glass works in-situ so they went on a trip to every church and cathedral where her work is. (Lily has written a book about this.)
Sally Scott has a website if you wish to have a look at her work:
The next image is of a poster showing work by Tracey Sheppard of engraved doors in All Saints, Fulham
At the exhibition there are fabulous exhibits of engraving, using a variety of techniques. Artists with works on display are: Akemi Adams, Sue Burne, James Denison-Pender, Maciej Dyszkiewicz, Junko Eager, Dominic John Fondé, Jonathan Harris, Louise Hawkins, Amanda Lawrence, Gill Manning Cox, Viv Marshall, Reiko F Nojima, Lesley Pyke, Nicholas Rutherford, Tracey Sheppard, Sandra Snaddon, Geoff Thwaites.
It is well worth visiting the exhibition if you can. Please bear in mind that as the exhibition is in a church there may be some services at times, particularly on Sunday.
Members of the church will be there too serving teas, coffee and cake.