The exhibition, held at West London’s PM Gallery & House, will show a number of works from members of the Just Glass collective.
Alongside the more abstract pieces, a number of more traditional, functional items, such as vessels and chandeliers will be on show, as well as decorative pieces such as wall hangings.
The Just Glass collective creates pieces from ‘warm glass’ – or kiln-formed techniques, as opposed to ‘hot glass’ disciplines such as glass-blowing.
Much of the work is inspired by the gallery that will house the exhibition, in Sir John Soane’s Pitzhanger Manor, which was celebrated for its ‘ground-breaking use of architectural glass’, according to PM Gallery.
The newer pieces are to be shown with work created by Just Glass throughout the last decade, including a reworking of Matt Durran’s Theatre of Glass:
The works will be accompanied by a section explaining kiln-formed glass techniques, giving viewers an insight into casting, fusing and ‘slumping’ glass in a kiln.
Just Glass runs from 24 January – 8 March at PM Gallery & House, Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, Ealing, London W5